Pdf Book Name: Teach Yourself VISUALLY MacBook Pro and MacBook Air 5th Edition
Author: Guy Hart-Davis
ISBN-10, 13: 1119683890,9781119683896
Pages: 384 / 387Pages
File size: 192 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB
Teach Yourself VISUALLY MacBook Pro and MacBook Air 5th Edition Pdf Book Description:
MacBook is the family name for Apple’s laptop computers. As of this writing, the MacBook family includes only the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air, since Apple in 2019 discontinued the MacBook usually called simply “MacBook” but also known as “12‐inch MacBook” or “Retina MacBook” for clarity. Each MacBook has similar core features, such as the display for viewing information and the keyboard and trackpad for entering data and controlling the computer. Beyond that, the MacBook models differ in various ways, from design, size, and weight to screen size, memory and storage capacity, and processor type and speed. The MacBook Air includes a row of hardware function keys above the top row of the keyboard, as shown in the illustration here. By contrast, the MacBook Pro models include the Touch Bar, a multitouch control strip whose contents change to suit the current app and selection. See the next section, “Understanding and Using the Touch Bar,” for more information. Current MacBook Pro models include the Touch Bar, a flat sensor strip that replaces the row of physical function keys at the top of the keyboard with virtual keys that change depending on the app and the actions available to you. The current MacBook Air retains the row of physical functions keys, so it does not have the Touch Bar.
You can take a wide variety of actions from the Touch Bar, depending on the apps you use and what you do in them. This section illustrates some of the possibilities with the apps that come installed on the MacBook. If you have just bought your MacBook, you need to set up macOS and create your user account before you can use it. Your user account is where you store your files and settings on the MacBook. This section shows you the key decisions you make when setting up your MacBook. The first user account you create is an administrator account, which can create other accounts later for other users. You may also choose to create a personal account for yourself, leaving the administrator account strictly for administration. When creating an account, you can use either your full name or a shortened version. You can edit the username that macOS suggests based on that name. You can choose whether to set a password hint to help yourself remember your password. You can also choose whether to let your Apple ID reset the password, enabling you to recover from a lost password by logging in using your Apple ID. When you are ready to start a computing session, start your MacBook and log in to macOS with the credentials for the user account you have set up or an administrator has created for you. After you start your MacBook, macOS loads and automatically displays the login screen by default or logs you in automatically. From the login screen, you can select your username and type your password.
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