OS X El Capitan in easy steps

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OS X El Capitan in effortless steps opens up the gateway to the rules of OS X: the Dock and the Finder. Then, it unearths a raft of the way within which you can also make the main of OS X El Capitan:

Multi-Touch navigation ideas for purchasing round in OS X El Capitan.
Working with and dealing with your apps.
Productivity innovations in your Mac.
Getting on-line with Safari, Mail, Messages and FaceTime.
Managing your electronic way of life for images, track, video, books and games.
The priceless iCloud on-line functionality for backing up and sharing your files.

There can also be a bankruptcy on troubleshooting and retaining your El Capitan in tiptop shape

OS X El Capitan in effortless steps additionally covers the recent beneficial properties within the working procedure, which include:

A streamlined venture regulate function.
An stronger Notes app
Enhanced highlight seek functionality
An up to date Mail app
Additional modifying techniques within the pictures app.
An stronger Safari app

Whether you’re new to the Mac or simply upgrading, use this ebook to grasp the necessities after which unharness the facility of OS X El Capitan.

Covers OS X El Capitan (10.11), due Fall 2015.

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Create different Spaces for different types of content, e. g. one for productivity and one for entertainment. When you create a new Space it can subsequently be deleted by moving the cursor over it and clicking on the cross at the left-hand corner. Any items that have been added to this Space are returned to the default Desktop Space. five OS X El Capitan Apps Apps are the programs with which you start putting OS X El Capitan to use, either for work or for fun. This chapter looks at using apps and the online App Store. Launchpad Full Screen Apps OS X Apps Accessing the App Store Downloading Apps Finding Apps Managing Your Apps Launchpad Even though the Dock can be used to store shortcuts to your applications, it is limited in terms of space. The full set of applications on your Mac can be found in the Finder (see Chapter Three) but OS X El Capitan has a feature that allows you to quickly access and manage all of your applications. These include the ones that are pre-installed on your Mac and also any that you install yourself or download from the Apple App Store. This feature is called Launchpad. To use it: Click once on this button on the Dock If the apps take up more than one screen, swipe from right to left with two fingers to view the additional pages, or click on the buttons at the bottom of the window. All of the apps (applications) are displayed To launch an app from within Launchpad, click on it once. Similar types of apps can be grouped together in individual folders. By default, the Utilities are grouped in this way One of the apps in Utilities is Boot Camp Assistant, which can be used to run Windows on your Mac, if required. To create a group of similar apps, drag the icon for one over another The apps are grouped together in a new folder and Launchpad gives it a name, based on the types of apps within the folder, usually the one into which the selected app is placed To change the name, click on it once and overtype it with the new name System apps, i. e. the ones that already come with your Mac, cannot be removed from the Launchpad, only ones you have downloaded. The folder appears within the Launchpad window To remove an app, click and hold on it until it starts to jiggle and a cross appears. Click on the cross to remove it Full Screen Apps When working with apps, we all like to be able to see as much of a window as possible. With OS X El Capitan this is possible with the full screen app option. This functionality allows you to expand an app so that it takes up the whole of your monitor or screen with a minimum of toolbars visible. Some apps have this functionality but some do not. To use full screen apps: By default, an app appears on the Desktop with other windows behind it Click on this button at the top left-hand corner of the app’s window If the button in Step 2 is not visible then the app does not have the full screen performance. The app is expanded to take up the whole window. The main Apple Menu bar and the Dock are hidden To view the main Menu bar, move the cursor over the top of the screen You can move between all full screen apps by swiping with three fingers left or right on a trackpad or Magic Mouse For more information about navigating with Multi-Touch Gestures see here.

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