Getting Started With A New Apple Mac Computer

A Website For Absolute Beginners And Intermediate Users

At last! You have found an Apple MAC Computer Lessons website that really is FREE. Whether or not it is any good is not for me, John Cairns, to say. What I will say though is that I have written the Apple MAC computer lessons on this website with the Absolute Beginner and Intermediate in mind, without the usual patronising associated with teaching Computer Illiterates and Senior Citizens for example.

The lessons on this website are aimed at all Apple Mac operating systems, unless otherwise stated. Meaning, the basic foundations of OS X Lion versus MacOS Sierra for example are the same - You move a window, create a folder, copy and paste, etc in the same way with all these operating systems. If something is specific to a particular operating system (i.e. a feature that is unique to it) I will point this out in the lesson.

In Mid-June 2018 this website will be updated to reflex the newer MacOS operating system (i.e. Sierra) and the latest Mac hardware (i.e. examples of installing a modern Router and setting up the latest Airport Express) among other hardware/software examples.

This website is dedicated to teaching the Absolute Beginner, and Intermediate, The Basics, and More Advanced Features, of using the Apple MAC Operating System for FREE in a non-technical way. So if you don't know a Click from a Double Click, a Hard Drive from a Floppy Drive, How to install general Hardware/Software and/or just want to learn how to use an Apple MAC computer then continue reading! You will be taught From Scratch and in Plain English - No Waffle. Just computer lessons that show you how something should be done.

Here are what some of the lessons explain/teach:

Continue to read this web page because it takes you through the first important steps of computing. Explaining - The Desktop, Computer Start-Up, Moving the Mouse, Mouse Pointers and Mouse Buttons (Click and Double Click). The menu on the left-side has been categorised so that you can learn one section at a time. Although the categories and sections are in no particular order, they have been designed to be learnt from top to bottom; as opposed to being learnt randomly.

Read EVERYTHING On This Website Carefully - I give out Valuable Information that you would normally pay for, that is not taught in universities and books.