Apple has done it again with a new awesome update! With more than 200 new features coming in the fall, OS X Mavericks brings Maps and iBooks to the Mac, introduces Finder Tags and Tabs, and enhances multi-display support for power users.
This course will keep you up to speed on all the new tips and tricks.
We will move quickly to make sure you catch it all in one setting. You will learn all you need to know in less then an hour.
Here are a few things you will learn in the course.
The new Sidebar is the new home of Bookmarks, Reading List, and the new Shared Links feature. It’s a gray bar (minimum width: 300 pixels) that lives on the left side of the browser window. To open it, click on that book-shaped Sidebar icon on the toolbar, or choose Show Bookmarks Sidebar, Show Reading List Sidebar, or Show Shared Links Sidebar from the View menu. (There are also keyboard shortcuts—Command-Control-1, 2, and 3, respectively. You can toggle the Sidebar on and off by pressing Command-Shift-L.)
We are not going to spend a lot of time here. We are going to hop right into it and show you how to get down =)
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