Whether you just recently joined the Apple family or you need some pointers, Mac|Life has put together a wonderful Mac Resource guide. This guide covers everything from just getting started with your computer, keyboard shortcuts, to installing Windows with Boot Camp.
So, you finally let Windows out to rot and made the switch to the Mac. Feeling a little anxious about it? Well, first of all, relax. There are plenty of resources out there to help you get situation, not to mention an amazing community of enthusiasts who have no problem helping you find your way. To get you started, here’s a list of 9 essential resources you should add to your arsenal right now. No matter your experience level with computers, these resources can surely help you find your way.
1. Apple Mac 101
Apple’s Mac 101 learning site lets you discover all of the ins-and-outs of your new Macintosh computer. This is a great site if you’re new to OS X or if you want to learn about all of the features of the Mac. If you’re moving from Windows to the Mac, be sure to check out Apple’s switcher guide.
2. Apple Discussion Board
When you’re new to a platform, you often have tons of questions, like where a setting might be located or if if you need to perform routine hard drive maintenace. Apple’s Discussion Board is a great place to get started with these types of questions and receive answers from the Mac community at large.
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