Tutor for OS X Mountain Lion
Developer: Noteboom Productions, Ltd.
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 785.1 MB - Download
- "An excellent training tool. Highly recommended. Worth every penny."
- "The best tutorial out there for Mountain Lion."
- "Packed with useful information."
Download today and let us show you how to use how to use Apple's latest operating system Mac OS X Mountain Lion with our video tutorial Tutor for OS X Mountain Lion. Tutor for OS X Mountain Lion includes 49 easy-to-follow videos on how to use OS X Mountain Lion, Apple's latest operating system.
We not only tell you about OS X Mountain Lion, but we also show you how to use the major features of OS X as well as what is new in Mountain Lion including the Notification Center, iCloud, Software Updates, Dictation, Gatekeeper, the new Accessibility preference pane, the new Reminders app, the new Notes app, the updated Messages app, and more! This video tutorial is geared for both the new user to OS X and the new user to Mountain Lion.
Included in the tutorial is Notes! Now you can take notes while watching the tutorial!
- Basic Terminology
- Migrating from Windows
- Finder and the Finder Windows
- The Menu Bar
- Using The Dock
- OS X Folder Hierarchy
Setting Up Your Mac
- System Preferences
- Desktop Pictures and Screen Savers
- Printing and Scanning
- Mail, Contacts, and Calendars
- Social Networking
- Displays and Airplay
- Software Updates
- Security and Gatekeeper
- Notification Center
- Multiple User Accounts
- Parental Controls and Guest Accounts
Working with Applications
- Launchpad and Application Folder
- Installing and Deleting Apps
- Using Apps Full-Screen Mode
- Using Mission Control
Working with Documents and Folders
- Saving and Autosaving Documents
- Saving Documents with iCloud
- Sharing Documents
- Searching with Spotlight
Applications Up Close
- Discovering Apps with the Mac App Store
- Managing Events with Calendar
- Organizing Contacts
- Emailing with Mail
- Browsing the Internet with Safari
- Organizing Photos with iPhoto
- Organizing Media with iTunes 10
- Using the Preview App
- Using the Reminders App
- Using the Notes App
- Communicating with Messages
- Using the Dashboard
Syncing and Backing Up
- Syncing your iOS Device
- Backing Up with Time Machine
Get the most out of OS X Mountain Lion with this Video Tutorial!
Most Helpful Reviews
Tutor for OS X Mountain Lion - Easy to follow Very clear and precise The best tutorial out there for Mountain Lion Lots of great information Open it whenever I have a problem Will purchase any and all tutorials that Noteboom comes out with
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Tutor for OS X Mountain Lion - Outstanding! Easy to follow and understand. Well worth the price.
From Nothing . . . to . . . THIS! - I did the upgrade-train form measly Leopard, thru Snow Leopard; which I didn't even open, to Mountain Lion. So I went from "yeah, I know what I'm doing - got all the tricks down and life is beautiful" to the error messages; "Uh oh - you don't have the ultimate versions of This and That, so you'd better get on the ball toute suite, mister and take this Mountain Lion from my hand . . ." (cricket, or beetle - whatever the upstart was called). Afternoon turned into night and night followed the Star and Binky led me to the other side as daylight approached. (The next morning . . .): I could tell some of these things were not like the others, and didn't want to waste any time "just foolin' around", so bought the tutorial. Guy (Dan) has a nice voice, the ideas were well put forth and all, but what I found lacking was where he'd say (paraphrasing here) - " . . . and we're walking, and here are some of the available thingies which I'll only mention but won't tell you how they work, as my main focus is "over here . . ." At least a few times (but not many), Dan threw out the carrot, said: "LOOK! A baby Wolf!" and substituted an avocado in it's stead. One such instance was in Reminders. His list showed about a half dozen items on the left (mine only had two), and groceries was on his list. He didn't tell me how to put groceries on mine! Perhaps I was asking too much from a quick tutorial, I dunno. On the whole the presentation was informative and I had to take notes even! I'm glad I bought it. (I still don't understand the "flipping thru one screen after another - when I try this - I don't have a pad. [trackpad?] - just a mouse. If I "run thru" some pages, and one had involved a purchase - I get the " you've made a double purchase" message . . hmmmmm (durn the luck anyway). Dan's a great guy, seemingly and I wish him and Beth all the best. Thanks for the tuna fish sandwich, Dan!
Tutor for Mt Lion - This is the 5th of the Noteboom tutors that I have purchased Like all of them the information is clearly presented in small segments that make it easy to follow and comprehend An ideal source of information for anyone new to the application