We had to wait for it kinda long but now it is available - the operating system Mac OS X Yosemite. It is an operating system with lots of features and tools you cannot find at a first glance. That is by reason: even as an unexperienced Mac User you should have a good experience with your OS and get easily along with it. But it really can’t be wrong to dig in a bit deeper and learn more about all the great tools you already have on board.
Mac OS X Yosemite has so many tools on board that you do not need to install a lot of software additionally. From creating PDFs to sorting your bookmarks or adapting the Mac OS X Yosemite background and screensaver, it´s all in already.
The Mac OS X Yosemite Quicktips 2 Course is a colourful mix of all programs Mac OS X comes with. Each tip will give you something new which will result in this special “Aha” moment and leaves you amazed how easy it is to understand your Mac OS X Yosemite better, step-by-step.
Who doesn’t want to be able to help himself when the computer is running slow, you have forgotten a password or simply do a screenshot?
With these 20 Tips in the Mac OS X Yosemite Quicktips 2 course you will not just learn that but much more. Because each single tip shows not just new features of the operating system but also the possibilities it comes with. This way, the beginner gets over his fear to simply try out the features of the system - there is nothing that can go wrong.
Our course, Mac OS X Yosemite Quicktips 2, also helps you to work more effectively. We show you some productivity tools which help you to get rid of the chaos on your desk. We look at the program Stickies as well as the Notification Center which helps you to get an overview of all and everything you need to know - if you know how to set that up.
And even if you do not like typing that much, we will show you how to make your Mac understand your words.
I've first studied energy system electric but worked then as an administrator for computers, both Windows and Mac Computers. I know both systems inside out. Today I repair computer systems for small and large companies, both in hard- and software. I also help people to get started with their computer and teach them how to use the software they have. I also visit my customers to set up all their telecommunication systems.
While teaching, I try hard to give my students some real-life examples to make them understand the essentials of computer technology. I know that abstract thinking doesn't come easy so I always try to connect my teaching with real life experiences. This way my students can easily imagine what is going on on their computer.
I've also trained myself to use Adobe Programs and know a lot about Photoshop, Lightroom and all the other Programs of the Adobe Creative Suit.
I enjoy photography and sometimes I take pictures and do panorama photography for the websites of my clients.
So for years I have been teaching others now how to set up and use their computers. Now it's time for me to go digitally so people can watch the courses over and over again.
I'm for and into everything creative and believe that everything is figureoutable - if I can do it, you can do it as well and I show you how.