Moving from Windows to a Mac? Are you new to the Mac? Here’s the only course you’ll need!
What you will learn
☑ How to move from Windows to the Mac
☑ Differences between Windows and macOS
☑ Mac Basics Overview
☑ Working with Files and Apps
So are you new to the Mac or thinking of switching over from Windows?
Want to know the differences between macOS and Windows?
We’ll help you get started, giving you an overview on all things Mac.
In this course we’ll cover
- Top Differences between Windows and the Mac
- How to Migrate from Windows PC to Mac
- What is a Mac and macOS
- Mac basics and how to navigate around a Mac
- How to perform basic functions on a Mac
- How to create multiple user accounts, so that you and your family/friends can enjoy the Mac
Do I need to be an expert?
No, this course is designed for people who may never have used a Mac before or are just getting started. You could also already be familiar with Windows and thinking about making the move.
What hardware or software do I need?
Having a Mac computer running macOS would be great, but it’s not essential. You could already have a Windows computer and thining about switching.
We’ll be demoing most features on macOS Big Sur and Windows 10, but if you have an earlier or later version of the macOS or Windows that’s fine, features are very similar.
Why this course?
This course will be easy to understand and follow. It’s also self paced, designed for you to go and try it yourself throughout your learning. It’s even better if you take this course on your Mac and follow along if you can.
You’ll soon start to see why so many people love Mac’s and why they are so popular.
Of course this is only the beginning of your learning journey, using your Mac more and more will help to learn more and more and will assist you in being more comfortable using your Mac.
Introduction to macOS
Windows and the Mac
Top Differences between Windows and the Mac
Migrate from Windows PC to Mac
Let’s look at the Mac
The Desktop, Finder, Search, File Extensions
Using iCloud & AirDrop
Email and Messaging
Read and Write Windows (NTFS) Hard Drive on a Mac (Bonus)
Protecting your data with encryption – Windows vs Mac (Bonus)
Installing Windows 10 onto Mac (Bonus)
It’s now your turn
Summary and Final Thoughts