Mac OS X is the operating system on your Mac. It's a fast, secure and easy-to-use operating system that you will fall in love with immediately.
Mac OS X is the operating system of your Mac. It is incredibly powerful yet very simple to use. With our simple guide you will become an OS X pro in no time.
Browsing files on your Mac is easy. We'll teach you how to create folders, organize files and much more that will make you a more efficient Mac user.
Installing applications on a Mac couldn't be easier. In a few minutes, you can fill your Mac with new apps that you can download online.
Mac OS X has a great built-it search function called Spotlight that helps you find any file on your Mac. Never loose an email or a document again!
The Dock gives you quick access to your applications from anywhere on your Mac. It's the fastest and most convenient way of opening any application.
Your Mac is full of settings that will help you configure it to better suit your needs. Just click System Preferences to get started.
Using keyboard shortcuts is the best way for beginners to become more efficient Mac users. Close? Open? Minimize? There is a shortcut for that.
It's very easy to change the desktop background (or “wallpaper”) of your Mac. Our short guide will show you how in just a few clicks.
Looking for fun new ways of making your Mac more personal? If you want, you can replace the icons of any application on your Mac.
Mac users can easily take a “print screen”, which means saving a copy of what's on your Mac's screen at the moment. This copy will be saved as an image on your desktop. It's a great way of sharing what exactly you're seeing on your Mac's screen.
Your Mac makes it incredibly easy to burn CDs and DVDs with your own files. Just create a new folder, add your personal files and press burn.
Guest logins is a convenient and secure way of letting friends (or strangers) use your Mac without letting them access your personal files.
Mac OS X supports mini-programs call Widgets that gives you easy and fast access to basic information like weather, sports results and traffic information.
If you have many applications and windows open at the same time, it may be hard to find the right window. Using exposé your problems are solved.
Sometimes, even the best of apps get stuck and won't quit, no matter how hard you try. Don't worry, you can always force quit applications.
Protecting your Mac with a screensaver password is a good way to make sure your personal data stays private, even when leaving your Mac among friends and colleagues.
Macs doesn't have right click buttons, something that often confuses new “switchers”. Instead, it has the right-click which work similarly.
If you keep your Mac in a public place like an office or a university, you should definitely add a password to your screensaver. It only takes a minute!
The purpose of screensavers is to keep your screen from aging prematurely. As an added bonus, it makes your Mac look gorgeous when not used.
There are lots of great applications for your Mac. Web browsers, games, word processors, movie editing programs to mention a few. We'll guide you through some of the most popular Mac applications.
Keynote is Apple's own presentation application. Like PowerPoint, it allows you to put on impressive presentations, but faster and with better end results.
The Adress Book app on your Mac is a great and convenient way of keeping track of phone numbers, email addresses and other information.
iCal is the Mac's built-in calendar applications. It's the easiest way to keep track of appointments, events, holidays and birthdays.
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Torrents are a great way of downloading large files from the internet. Our article will teach you how torrents work and how to use Transmission — a popular torrent application.
FTP is a popular way of sending large files over the internet, used by designers, publishers and other professionals. There are many great FTP clients for the Mac.
There are thousands and thousands of free apps for the Mac available for downloading online. We will guide you through some of our favorites.
Using an application called Handbrake, you can import your favorite DVD movies to your Mac. We'll guide you through the entire process.
Many Mac users instinctively try to download Internet Explorer as soon as their new Mac arrives. This is not always such a great idea.
Mac OS X is a gorgeous operating system, but the creators of Uno think they can do better. Their app helps you change the look of Mac OS X.
Macs come in many different models, both laptops and desktop computers. Our Mac Computers guide will guide you through each computer separately.
Is something wrong with your Mac? We know the feeling. Our simple guide will walk you through some of the most common problems that affect Mac-users.
The Macbook Air is a thin yet powerful laptop that is great for Mac users who wants to take their work with them at all times. You will love it!
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