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Learn how to customize macOS to your liking. Create an easy-to-navigate and more personalized experience on your computer with these simple tips and tricks.
Learn all the ins and outs of macOS Sierra, Apple's latest operating system. Find out how to organize files and folders; use Mail, Calendar, and iMessage; install new apps and games; back up your Mac computer; and more.
macOS Sierra is here. Find out how to upgrade to Sierra and use all the cool new features, including optimized storage and picture-in-picture video.
Use your Mac to create movies to share with family and friends. Learn how to edit video, add music and effects, and export movies for sharing with iMovie.
Become a better, more efficient user of Mac OS X El Capitan with these productivity-boosting Mac tips and tricks.
Make the switch from Windows to Mac. Learn about the similarities and differences between the two operating systems, and find out how to transfer files from a Windows 10 PC to Mac.
Create your own great looking movies to share with family and friends in iMovie.
Keep your documents, apps, contacts, and more synchronized and secure across multiple devices and computers—Windows and Mac alike—with iCloud.
Explore the new features in El Capitan, the newest version of Mac OS X.
Discover how to be more productive and have more fun with your iPad.
Get started with iTunes 12. Learn how to import music and videos, play and share content, and manage your library.
Learn how to use an RSS reader to keep tabs on blogs, podcasts, and news, and subscribe to podcasts.
Learn how to use a Mac computer. Get introductory computer skills training for working with Mac OS X files and applications, connecting to the Internet, sending email, and more.
Keep your data and device safe with these proactive and easy-to-implement security tips for iPhone and iPad users.
Get the most from your Mac with these fun productivity-enhancing tips and tricks for the newest Mac operating system, Yosemite. Learn how to clear hard-drive space, record your screen, automate routine tasks, recover passwords, and more.
Speed up your Mac! Learn how to diagnose and solve basic Mac performance problems, including processor, RAM, and hard-drive-related issues.
Learn about all the cool new features in Mac OS X Yosemite, including continuity, personal hotspots, and updates to the built-in apps like Safari and Mail.
Learn how to analyze and present your data with Numbers, Apple's intuitive spreadsheet program
Make your documents stunning with Pages, Apple's powerful word processing and page layout application.
Learn to create and deliver Keynote presentations that entertain and inform.
Provides a comprehensive overview of Mac OS X Lion, complete with key recommendations for getting the most out of the operating system.
Shows how to organize, edit, and share videos using iMovie 11.
Demonstrates the features and tools of this spreadsheet application, including building great charts and creating effective formulas.
Presentation designer Craig Syverson teaches Keynote users how to use this program to its full potential.
Reveals creative, time-saving features in Apple's word processing and page layout tool.
Reveals how to make an iPhoto library easily searchable using the new automated facial recognition technology.
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