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Comparing PC and Mac

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These slides were created to illustrate the differences between PC and Mac. The move is focusing on PC users transferring to Macs

These slides were created to illustrate the differences between PC and Mac. The move is focusing on PC users transferring to Macs

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    • 1. ComparingMac to PCM a c T r a i n i n g
    • 2. More than a mouTrackpad se.
    • 3. Controls and applicationsPC Task Bar &Start Menu Mac Dock
    • 4. Menus
    • 5. Window controlsPC Controls Mac Controls Red to Close Yellow to Minimize Green to Enlarge Maximize
    • 6. Quit ProgramsQuit programs in order to completelyclose out of a program. Otherwise, programs will run in the background.
    • 7. App StorePurchase and find free applications for your Mac.
    • 8. LaunchpadContains all of your applications
    • 9. Launchpadapplications
    • 10. System preferencesSystem Preferences is like PC’s Control Panel.
    • 11. System Preference’s Menu Use this menu to change settings or review functions.
    • 12. Using the Internet Main PC Browser Main Mac Browser Internet Explorer SafariLook for the compass on your dock. This is Safari, and itwill allow you to search the Internet.
    • 13. Alternative BrowsersGoogle Chrome Firefox RockMelt
    • 14. Word Processing & morePC Office Mac iWorks Numbers Keynote Pages
    • 15. Deleting in Word Processing PC Word ProcessingBackspace Key to deleteDelete Key to forward delete Mac Word Processing Backspace Key to delete fn +Backspace Key to forward delete
    • 16. Mission Control Use to switch between multiple applications Three ways to view Mission Control:Trackpad Dock Press F3
    • 17. Mission Control View Two applications are open here.
    • 18. FinderFinder is like “My Computer” for PC users.
    • 19. Finder MenuAccess all of your files through Finder.
    • 20. Spotlight
    • 21. How do I Right Click?1.Two finger click on the Trackpad OR2.Hold Control and Click
    • 22. Shortcuts PC ControlControl+C: to copy Mac Command Command+C: to copy
    • 23. Unresponsive Applications PC ControlControl+ALT+Delete:used to shut down for cenonworking programs. qu it Mac Command Command+Option+Escape: used to force quit nonworking programs.
    • 24. Ending a TaskPC Task Manager Use to end frozen applications. Mac Activity Monitor Find in the Launchpad under Utilities.
    • 25. Deleting filesPC Recycling Bin Mac Trash There are two ways to move items to the Trash.
    • 26. Drag to trash
    • 27. Move to Trash“Right-Click” toopen a contextualmenu and choose“Move to Trash”
    • 28. Ejecting1 2 Drag the icon to the Trash to eject.3 Press the eject button on the keyboard.
    • 29. That’s just the beginningUse your MacBook Pro to create somethingcompletely unique to education. Enhance your profession, and let your Mac become so integrated within your instruction that it becomes invisible. Share your work with other professionals.

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