Learn how to drive the coolest laptop on the planet
You took the plunge, paid extra, and--even though it looks and feels like perfection--have that fleeting doubt: is my MacBook really worth the investment? You'll be pleased to know that the answer is totally yes, and MacBook For Dummies is the ultimate way to learn the thousand and one reasons why the MacBook Pro or Air you now own is a modern masterpiece--as well as the ten thousand and one (and counting) things you can do with it. With its super-smooth performance, top-shelf LED screen, rugged reliability, and powerful, trouble-free operating system, you're going to have a lot of fun.
Keeping jargon to a minimum, Mark L. Chambers--prolific tech author and all-round Mac whiz--gives you a friendly, step-by-step welcome to everything MacBook, from reviewing the hardware and powering up for the first time to getting familiar with files, security settings, launching apps, and entering the digital netherworld of iCloud. Then, with the basics reassuringly in place, you can begin your journey to power-user mastery in whatever areas of MacBook-ing you're most interested in, from doing the accounts in Numbers to perfecting that soon-to-be-released cinematic classic (with original score) using iMovie and GarageBand.
- Get familiar with the latest macOS, Big Sur
- Communicate with Messages and FaceTime
- Stream music, movies, and TV shows
- Manage and edit photos and video clips
Whether you're a PC convert, Mac veteran, or completely new to the astonishing potential of the MacBook world, you'll find everything you need to get the most out of the technical marvel that's now at your command.
About the Author
Mark L. Chambers has written more than thirty computer books. His recent titles include Macs For Seniors For Dummies, 4th Edition and iMac For Dummies, 10th Edition. Mark is currently a full-time author and tech editor--and an unabashed Mac fan.