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Windows to Mac made easy – training course at Udemy.com!

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imageExciting news! We've just finished a brand new video course which is now available at Udemy.com!

The course is aimed at users that currently use Windows and are considering moving to Mac. It covers such things as:

• Why you should switch to Mac
• Commonly asked questions and concerns
• Similarities & Differences between Windows & Mac
• Super cool Mac features that you MUST know about

The course contains over 3 hours of content, delivered using high-tech screen recording technology to allow us to present both Windows and Mac operating systems side-by-side, delivering the best comparison available!

If you are a Windows user, or you know people that use Windows and that should be using Mac, this course is for you! It's even possible to gift the course to a friend if you wish.

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https://www.udemy.com/making-the-switch-from-windows-to-mac/?couponCode=machelp

Moving from Windows to Mac OS X – eBook

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It's lovely to see so many people making the move from Windows to Mac these days and rightly so!  It's probably the best decision most people will ever make with regard to their computer needs.

It can be challenging from some people though, since they've always used Windows and are a little reluctant (dare I say nervous or even afraid!) to make the change because they think they'll have to start all over again, learning a whole new operating system and way of working.  What they don't realise is that it's just not like that anymore!

Mac OS X has been absolutely revolutionary in terms of its features, stability, security and overall usability.  In the past 5 years or so, I have not met one person that has made the move to Mac and regretted it.  In fact, the majority tell me that it's the best thing they've ever done and they wonder why they ever used Windows.

One thing that most of these people have in common though, is a difficulty in equating the way Windows used to do things to the way the Mac does them, or rather how you do something on the Mac that you used to do on Windows.  To be honest, the differences are not that great.  But there are some, and without the proper knowledge and a simple explanation of the differences, it's easy to get frustrated.

That's why I decided to write an eBook on the subject.  It's not going to be a massively thick book with millions of pages, it's going to be concise and cover the core issues that people face when moving from Windows to Mac OS X.  Keep it simple, but solve the problem.

If you are thinking of changing to Mac, or you know someone that is, and you're interested in pre-registering so that you can be informed as soon as it's released, just click through to the following page:

Moving from Windows to Mac - Made Easy!

Not only can you register your interest in being notified when the eBook is ready, but you will also receive a Free PDF which will explain why I believe moving to Mac is the best thing you will ever do.  Take a look - I think you'll enjoy reading the free PDF either way!

Video Tutorial – Using The Dock in Mac OS X

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In past posts I've given some tips on using the Dock in Mac OS X.  This Video Tutorial will show you everything you need to know about using the Dock and its features.

The tutorial resolution is 1280 x 800 and is high quality.  It's based on Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion but also applies to most of the recent operating system versions.  Not too much has changed in the dock over the past releases.

Click the link below and sit back and enjoy our latest Video Tutorial:

Using The Dock in Mac OS X Video Tutorial

Have fun!

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