New Features of Mac OS X Leopard

How to use the new features of Apple's new operating system OS X Leopard; learn more about Macintosh computers in this free instructional video series.

Series Summary

In 2007 Apple computers launched the sixth major release of the Mac operating system, Leopard. Mac OS X Leopard succeeds the Tiger operating system, and offers over 300 new features, changes and enhancements. The Doc has been redesigned, the Finder uses the Cover Flow navigation interface you may have seen in iTunes, and the Stacks feature allows you to have quicker access to more programs and applications from the menu bar.

In these free videos you'll learn more about the new features of Mac OS X Leopard from Mac aficionado Brandon Sarkis. He demonstrates how to use some of the new features of the operating system, including how to use the Quick Look feature, how to use the Time Machine automated backup utility, and how to set up Stacks. He shows you how to use the new features in iChat, how to use the movies dashboard widget, and how to use the screen sharing feature to show your friends all of those interesting things you can find on the internet. And for those of you who don't particularly care for the glossy, semi-transparent look of the menu bar, Brandon shows you how to change that as well.

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