Updated: 15/08/2016 Over the past few weeks I’ve had a surge in queries relating to adware, malware, and ‘viruses’. I put viruses in quotes because they’re not actual viruses but, to the end user, what’s the difference: they’re all infections of sorts. When I get such queries it’s not so much my job to investigate […]
I recently carried out training for a company who’s sales team travelled worldwide, presenting the company’s wares using Macbook Pros. They felt that, in this day and age, the presentations could be more slick, by presenting wirelessly, using iPads, and Apple’s Keynote. I found that, how one might prepare for, and perform a presentation, is […]
Apple Mac Fundamentals is a quick, easy, condensed guide for those starting out using an Apple Mac, or anyone feels a little confused as to where their files, folders, music, or photos actually live inside their computer.
A while ago I put this document together to leave with clients at the end of a training session, which covers the basics, focusing mainly on using the Mac OS Finder (which you use every time you switch on your Mac). You can download for free here: