Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Switching from Windows 10 to Mac.
- [Voiceover] If you have access to the exercise files, you'll be able to follow along with me, exactly, step by step, as we move through some of the movies and chapters in this course. So if you planned on using them, I highly recommend placing them in a convenient location, such as right here on the desktop. And when you double-click the Exercise Files folder, you'll see a list of subfolders, representing the chapters where we'll actually use exercise files. Now, if you don't have access to the exercise files, not to worry. You can try following along with your own files, or you can still earn lots by simply sitting back, relaxing, and watching.
- Using the keyboard and gestures
- Exploring the desktop, Apple menu, Finder, and dock
- Finding files and folders
- Locating files with Spotlight
- Launching and quitting applications
- Task switching with Mission Control
- Transferring files from Windows to Mac
- Transferring mail and address books
- Connecting printers, cameras, and Bluetooth devices
- Getting online
- Adjusting settings in System Preferences
- Getting the best free apps from the App Store
Skill Level Intermediate
Mac OS X El Capitan Essential Trainingwith Nick Brazzi8h 13m Appropriate for all
Office for Mac 2016 New Featureswith David Rivers1h 31m Beginner
1. Navigate the Mac
2. The Mac Interface
3. Work with Files and Folders
4. Search on the Mac
5. Work with Applications on the Mac
6. Moving Day
7. Hardware on the Mac
8. Get Online with Your Mac
9. Set System Preferences
10. Top 5 Free Mac Apps
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