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With the release of the Leopard operating system for Macs, Apple has added or updated more than 300 features. In Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training, Macworld senior editor Christopher Breen explores each of Leopard's vital features. He walks viewers through the installation, then goes over how to use the interface and navigational elements, work with the Dock's stacking feature, and take advantage of the iLife applications, Safari, and Mail. These tutorials are designed for people who are new to the Mac or who are upgrading to the Leopard operating system.
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen discusses the first things you need to do before you get comfortable with you new Mac and one of them is to go to the store to get an external USB/FireWire hard drive to take advantage of Time Machine, which enables you to essentially reset your computer to a different day, restoring your files, how your system loooked and so forth.
External hard drives and Time Machine
|External hard drives and Time Machine|
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