As with many applications, the Mac operating system (OS) user interface is pretty much consistent from one version to another, but if you are using a version other than OS 10.6, some features may work a little differently.
This guide includes the following sections:
Mac User Interface Essentials
Working with Applications
Resources for Learning
The Apple Macintosh is known for its innovative user interface and features. And it is a favorite platform of graphics and media professionals. Having a Mac computer also has the advantage of offering better integration with other Apple products, such as iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Most of the best selling software programs available for Microsoft Windows are also available on the Mac platform. For example, Microsoft Office and the Adobe software programs are available for both platforms. There are often minor differences between the Windows and Mac versions of software applications, but the differences are minor enough that for most people, the transition is easy.
The CCI Printing service enables users to send print jobs to ITS and resident-hall computing labs from their personal computer. This document instructs Mac users on how to install and configure this remote printing service.