With all the amazing things a Mac can do, we can help you get the most out of owning one. Our lessons are customized to you, never scripted. So, what would you like to learn today?
With all the excitement surrounding the Apple brand lately, many people are buying their first Mac after many years using a Windows PC. This course will focus on teaching the translated differences between platforms, how to migrate files between Windows and Mac, and learning the core Mac functions.
Are you new to computers in general? We can help you get up to speed. Our instructors are patient and excellent in translating all the geek-speak into regular plain English terms. This course focuses on understanding the core functions of a Mac computer. We’ll explore how to get on the Internet, load pictures off of a digital camera, and write an email to a friend.
The new suite of Apple iLife ‘11 applications includes iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, iWeb, and Garageband. This course we’ll explore the functions of each application and how to get the most from them.
In our experience, iPhoto is the most popular application in the iLife suite. Over the past decade iPhoto has matured into a robust photo storage, editing, and sharing application. In this course we will explore all of the many features and functions iPhoto ‘11 has to offer. Also along the way we’ll share best-practices to get the best results from your photos.
Today its never been easier to shoot a video and create a presentable movie. iMovie ‘11 provides a simple and powerful set of tools to import, organize, and edit your movies so that you can quickly share them on DVD, YouTube, or by QuickTime video. We’ll explore best practices, along with basic and advanced editing techniques.
Did you know that you can run Microsoft Windows on your Mac?
Since 2006, Mac computers have Intel processors which enable them to run both the Mac OS and Windows. In this course we’ll teach you how to configure your Mac to run Windows, and the advantages of a Virtual Machine versus Apple Boot Camp. Additionally we’ll configure a virtual machine, install Microsoft Windows, and teach best-practices along the way.