OS X basic tasks

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Learn how to create a new user account for your kids, for your wife or husband. You will also lear how to delete an existing user account.
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Learn how to change your user account password or if you have administration rights, how to change the password of another user.
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Learn how to setup or modify the trackpad settings on your Mac.
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Learn how to setup or modify the amazing Apple Magic Mouse on your Mac.
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Learn how to edit file informations. This is very useful when you need to know a file size, changes permissions or change the default application to open each file type.

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Learn how to show your computer IP address, network mask and DNS servers with Apple Network Utility.
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Lear how to share local folders to allow other computers to access your files. Make your Mac a file server.
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Learn how to connect your Mac to another computer to access remote files and folders (Windows server or Mac server).
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Learn how to show local drives and remote network connected drives.
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Learn how to add a folder to the Apple OS X Doc. This is very useful to have direct access to some files or applications.

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Learn how to install a local printer directly connected to your Mac with a USB cable.
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Learn how to share a printer directly connected to your Mac and allow other Mac to print via your computer (print server).
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Learn how to install a printer directly connected and installed on another Mac (print server).
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Learn how to install a network printer with the printer IP address.
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Learn how to change your mouse settings.

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Learn how to show the clock and date in the top right of your Mac screen. Very useful to know date and time of the day.
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Learn how to get all the information you need about you hard disk drive, solid state drive, usb external drive…
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Learn how to change the default icon of a file or of a folder. Personalise you Mac OS and make it trendy the way you want it.
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Learn how to show all filename extensions in the Finder to see all types of files on your systems.
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Learn how to create rules in Mac OS X Mail client to move or sort all your incoming messages.