The Guide To macOS Mojave
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- Use macOS Mojave to perform basic tasks
- Find out how to use new Mojave features like Continuity Camera, Dark Mode, Quick Actions and much more.
- Know how to organize folders and files
- Use macOS organizational tools like Contacts, Reminders, Calendar and Notes
- Understand the basics of maintaining their Mac and security
- Use notifications, widgets and other macOS interface elements
- Understand the uses for other standard Mac apps like Messages, Maps and Books
- Use critical Mac apps like Safari, Mail, TextEdit, QuickTime Player, Preview and iTunes
- Students should know the very basics, such as being able to use a mouse/trackpad and keyboard
Learn the ins and outs of using macOS Mojave, the latest operating system for your Mac. This course includes more than 60 video tutorials and more than 7 hours of video instruction. It begins by showing you the basics of the desktop and then goes into detail about using the Finder, Safari, Mail, TextEdit, Preview and other basic apps. This course includes lots of tips, tricks and techniques.
Each tutorial clearly presents a topic and shows you how to use macOS Mojave. You can watch while trying out techniques for yourself. Presented by the host of the MacMost video podcast, the creator of hundreds of online video tutorials and the author of books on the Mac and iPad.
The Guide to macOS Mojave is brought to you by MacMost. The MacMost website contains hundreds of free video tutorials, but the ones in this course are unique to the course and give a deeper look at Mojave.
- This course will help new Mac users learn their way around
- This course will help current Mac users fill in gaps in their knowledge
- This course will help current Mac users see how old and new features work in Mojave
- This course is not for those who are already experts at using Macs
The macOS menu bar is almost always present at the very top of the screen. Learn how to access menus, submenus, and menu items. You'll also learn how to spot keyboard shortcuts, search for menu items, and bring up context menus.
Most of the work you do on your Mac will be within applications, also called apps or programs. To launch an app, you can use The Dock, Launchpad, or Spotlight. While working with several apps at once, you can use the App Switcher and the Dock to easily switch between apps.
While your Mac may only have one screen, you can make it feel like you have more by placing apps on different desktops and learning how you can switch between them. You can also view an app in Full Screen mode to give it its own desktop, or split a desktop between two apps.
The Finder is the main tool you will use to view files and folders and organize your documents. There are four different ways to view files and folders: Icon view, List view, Column view and the new Gallery view. You can also use Quick Look to preview files without opening them.
Your Mac comes with a standard set of folders that should be used for specific purposes, such as storing your Photos library in the Pictures folder. You will also have a Documents folder that you can use to place all of your files and organize them as you wish into subfolders. If you use iCloud Drive, these files will be accessible on all of your Macs and iOS devices as well.
The Desktop is a special folder where files are also visible over your Desktop background behind all windows. A new tool in Mojave allows you to gather together similar files into Desktop Stacks.