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MacBook Essentials provides all the information you need to set up and start using your new MacBook. Learn about the hardware and included apps, plus tips to help you get the most out of your MacBook and macOS.
As a lifelong DOS and Windows user, this book helped me to quickly make the transition to Mac and MacOS. Very straightforward and concise. The integration with iPhone is amazing!
Great Learning tool
By Windows to Mac
This will help those who have made the transition from PC to Mac to understand the excellent details that make their MacBook their individual MacBook. I was able to customize the way I wanted and learned a lot of things I was unaware of. This has made me a more knowledgeable and effective MacBook user and it will you as well.
Easy to Read and Implement
By Ohio consumer
I was easily able to read and practice on each section. I would recommend this for anyne new to Mac like myself.
Liver of Dreams
By Mr. Cavetoad
It’s ok but I was looking for more detail on how to perform certain tasks. e.g. How do you drag and drop on a Mac, or how to copy files into ICloud from OneDrive, etc. There must be some basic training videos or something to help with those new to a Mac.
By Robbie w8vlg
To simple for the most part but it doesn't tell you how to get out of a freeze out which happens too often. Give me back my PC.👧
Very helpful especially how to use compatible Mac products with my newest Mac product.
Sweet little book
I really like these new apple books. Better than anything one could pay for. Quite pleased.
Good to get you started!
This book was good to get you started once you purchase your first Mac. Strongly recommend it to get you to understand the essentials on how to work your Mac. The title says it all i guess.
Not everything I hoped for
It should be titled Macbook Basics, not Macbook Essentials. I wish it gave a list of keyboard shortcuts.
This really is a helpful introduction to a Mac. I’ve been a PC user forever, and am not sorry to have finally made the switch.