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macOS Monterey For Dummies

By: Bob LeVitus Published: 12-02-2021

Unlock the potential of macOS Monterey with this updated guide from "Dr. Mac" himself

Macs are famously an absolute pleasure to use. But it's even more fun discovering all the cool things a new version of macOS can do. macOS Monterey, introduced in 2021, makes the latest macOS features available to Mac users everywhere. macOS Monterey For Dummies is your personal roadmap to finding every single awesome new bell and whistle in this world-famous operating system.

You'll read about upgrades to the accessibility options, how to use Live Text to grab text from all of your photos, manage your iPhone from your Mac and vice versa, and use the new Universal Control to seamlessly transition between Apple devices.

You can also:

  • Learn how to watch TV or a movie with friends while you're on a FaceTime call
  • Explore the new "Shared With You" feature so you can access the content people send to you directly in the relevant app
  • Explore the online world with the Safari browser included with every installation of MacOS Monterey

Perfect for anyone who wants to take full advantage of the latest version of Apple's intuitive and user-friendly operating system, macOS Monterey For Dummies is the fastest, easiest way to master the newest features and the coolest capabilities included with macOS Monterey. With hundreds of pages of simple instructions and images of the macOS interface, this is the last handbook you'll need to make the most of the newest macOS.

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MacOS Monterey For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Cheat Sheet / Updated 09-22-2021

Whether you’ve purchased a new Mac with macOS Monterey pre-installed or you’ve upgraded from a previous version of macOS, you’ll find that Monterey makes your Mac easier to use and offers myriad improvements to make you more productive. Get additional information on things you should never do to your Mac; a compendium of useful and timesaving keyboard shortcuts; a discussion of when folders are too full and when (and when not) to create subfolders; recommendations for backing up data; and a short discussion of iDevices and Continuity.

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