In this lesson for iTunes on the Mac we look at how we change the media information. This includes the release date, album name, artist, track number, and more. With movies we can change information like director and release date.
In this lesson, we look at how to use key commands to take screenshots of the Mac. This includes taking the screenshots of the entire display or screen, a screenshot of a window, or taking a screenshot of a selection.
In this video for the Books app on the Mac, I look at browsing the Books Store including how to find the top sellers, books by an author, download a sample, add a book to the Wish List, and more.
In this lesson for Stickies on the Mac we look at how we add media, such as photos and videos, to a sticky note.
In this lesson for iTunes on the Mac we look at how to show duplicates in iTunes.
In this lesson for What's New in macOS Mojave, we look at the new privacy options macOS Mojave has, including how we can see which apps are using our camera, microphone, contacts, calendars, and more.
In this lesson for iTunes on the Mac we look at the interface and how we get around iTunes on the Mac.
In this lesson for iTunes on the Mac we look at viewing movies in iTunes and the different options we have when we view movies.
Download Tutor for What's New in macOS Mojave as an iBook. This iBook contains all the lessons from our tutorial.
In this lesson for iTunes on the Mac we are going to take a look at how we create a standard playlist. A standard playlist is when we manually add our media, such as songs, to a playlist.
In this lesson for Screenshots on the Mac, we look at how we take a screenshot of your entire screen with the new screenshot tool introduced with macOS Mojave.
In this lesson for the Books app on the Mac, I look at the library in the Books app. The library is where you will find all the books that you've added to the Books app as well as any books you have in iCloud. It's also where you can download books from iCloud, update your books, and view them in collections or by the author.