Kevin Wilson

Essential Macs Mojave Edition

The twenty-first century offers more technology than we have ever seen before, but with new updates and apps coming out all the time, it’s hard to keep up.

Essential Macs: Mojave Edition is here to help. Along with easy to follow step-by-step instructions, illustrations, and photographs, this guide offers specifics in…

Setting up your Mac and exploring Mojave’s new features

Navigating your Mac using the Dock, Finder, Dashboard, Spotlight, Spaces, Mission Control, and LaunchPad

Using touch gestures on the trackpad, magic mouse, as well as some useful keyboard shortcuts

Using Handoff, MailDrop, iMessage, Universal Clipboard, Auto Unlock, and Apple Pay

The new AppStore, Pages, Keynote, Apple Books, Continuity Camera and Maps

Using new apps such as News and Voice Memos Security considerations, malware, and backing with Time Machine

Maintaining your Mac with updates and keeping your machine running smoothly

Setting up WiFi, using the internet, email, emojis, iMessage, and FaceTime

Using calendar and reminders to keep track of appointments & events, taking notes, and using Siri

Downloading and upgrading to Mojave Organising and listening to your favourite music with iTunes and Apple Music

Storing, organising, enhancing your photos, as well as sharing them on social media

Creating photo albums, slideshows, photo books, greetings cards, calendars, and printing photos

Watching Films and TV Programmes, and much more…

Unlike other books and manuals that assume a computing background not possessed by beginners, Essential Macs: Mojave Edition tackles the fundamentals of the Mac, so that everyone from students, to senior citizens, to home users pressed for time, can understand.

So, if you’re looking for a Mac manual, Essential Macs: Mojave Edition will help you maximize the potential of your Mac to increase your productivity, and help you take advantage of the digital revolution.
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