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Date: 2008-10-06
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Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: External hard drives and Time Machine
Video 2 covers Finder menus
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen discusses the first things you need to do before you get comfortable with you new Mac and one of them is to go to the store to get an external USB/FireWire hard drive to take advantage of Time Machine, which enables you to essentially reset your computer to a different day, restoring your files, how your system loooked and so forth.

Thinking about switching to a Mac?
A lot of PC owners are looking at an Apple Mac for their next machine.
My original plan was for this to be a straightforward review of Apple's updated 24-inch iMac that was announced in April. In such cases I ask the manufacturer for a review unit, they send it to me on loan, I TEST it for a few weeks, write my review and finally pack everything back in its box and ship it back.

Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: The Apple Menu
Video 2 covers the GUI
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen discusses the Apple Menu, which you should pay special attention to because it is going to be there all the time, the Apple Menu, located in the upper left corner. Breen covers all of the commands that are under the Apple menu, including About this Mac, the Build of the OS, and the serial number. He also covers how to configure the Dock, Recent items, Force Quit, Sleep, Restart, Shut Down, and Log out.

Entourage 2008 for the Mac Essential Training: Add items to your project
Video 2: Backup your project files
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Garrick Chow discusses how to add items and associate them with your project so that you can keep everything that has to do with your project right in the project center.

Entourage 2008 for the Mac Essential Training: Add items to your project
Video 2: Backup your project files
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Garrick Chow discusses how to add items and associate them with your project so that you can keep everything that has to do with your project right in the project center.

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