These tutorials will help you guide you through the features of Mac OS, including multi-touch gestures, Launchpad, Mission Control, Finder, and more.
Whether you're new to OS X or just want to brush up on the basics, this tutorial will cover the most important things you'll need to know. We'll show you how to create folders, work with files, adjust settings, and much more.
UPDATE: Apple announced macOS Sierra on June 13, 2016. For more information, check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
macOS Sierra is an upcoming operating system for Mac desktops and laptops. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more!
OS X El Capitan, released in September 2015, is an operating system for Mac desktops and laptops. It is similar to previous versions of OS X, and it adds Spotlight improvements, better window management, new security features, and more.
OS X Yosemite, released in 2014, is an operating system for Mac desktops and laptops. It has a redesigned interface, Spotlight improvements, iOS and iCloud integration, and many other features.
OS X Mavericks is Apple's 2013 operating system for Mac desktops and laptops. It has better energy efficiency, redesigned apps, a more powerful Finder, and many other features. This tutorial will cover some of the new features, as well as the fundamental skills you'll need to navigate Mavericks.
OS X Mountain Lion is Apple's 2012 operating system for Mac desktops and laptops. Learn about the new features in Mountain Lion, including the Notification Center, iCloud integration, and the Share button, as well as older features like Finder.
OS X Lion is Apple's 2011 operating system for Mac desktop and laptop computers. Learn how Lion transformed the way users interact with their computers with features like multi-touch gestures, Launchpad, and Mission Control.