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Selected type: Paperback. Added to Your Shopping Cart. This is a dummy description. Learn how to make the switch from PC to Mac a completely smooth transition The number of Mac users continues to increase significantly each year.
Dives in to helping you make the switch from PC to Mac as smooth and effortless as possible Walks you through the latest features of Mac OS X Lion to help you take advantage of all the cool things your Mac can do that you might not know about Offers clear instructions for working with the iLife applications, running Windows on your Mac via Boot Camp, networking your Mac, and switching your family or your business to a Mac Shares essential advice for troubleshooting common problems and provides easy tips for keeping your Mac happy Switching to Mac For Dummies, Mac OS X Lion Edition is all you need to switch to a Mac and never look back!
About the Author Arnold Reinhold has more than three decades of experience in the software industry. They range from the widgets page to your desktop to all your open full-screen apps.
However, if you move your mouse toward the upper right corner, a plus icon appears. Virtual desktops in Mac OS are an amazing feature. One of my favorite features on my old Windows 7 machine was its unified search.
Just tap the Windows key and start typing to search your hard drive. Thankfully, OS X has something similar. You can also use it to search Google and Wikipedia. The keyboard on a Mac is laid out slightly differently than on Windows. Apple machines eschew the traditional set of extra keys found on Windows machines, including the Delete key. The Apple way of deleting things is to drag it to the trash can on your bottom app dock.
Some of you may find this annoying.
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Download CheatSheet to get a list of available keyboard shortcuts with a simple long-press of the Command key. CheatSheet is context-sensitive, so it presents the correct shortcuts depending upon the program currently in use. Good luck remembering to reach for the Cmd key instead of Ctrl when you go to copy something. I will leave that exercise in Googling to you.
But many people were using those keyboards, and when people refer to changes that Apple made to the keyboard, that is what they are referring to. I am aware of all that, thank you. Learn how to make the switch from PC to Mac a completely smooth transition The number of Mac users continues to increase significantly each year. If you are one of those people and are eager but also anxious about making the switch, then fear not!
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This friendly guide skips the jargon to deliver you an easy-to-read, understandable introduction to the Macintosh computer. You'll learn how to set up your Mac, move your files from your PC to your Mac, switch applications, get your Mac online, network your Mac, secure your Mac, work with the iLife suite, troubleshoot common problems, and more.
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