Snow Leopard is possibly the most advanced Operating System ever! It's easy to use but underneath the surface it's packed with many hidden tricks and features that can transform your workflow. Whether you use your Mac for work or pleasure, this series is designed to make you a more efficient user, help you to customize your Mac to work the way you want it to and have fun in the process!
You'll start by discovering advanced tips on how to customize and navigate around the Finder with ease. Using built-in features and select free 3rd party add-ons, you'll find out how to make Menu items practical in your day to day tasks.
As we progress, you'll learn how to expand the clipboard's memory, navigate any text document without a mouse and take an in depth look at which System Preferences can increase your productivity.
Beyond these workflow tips, this title will teach you the best ways to capture contents on your screen and from a camera, scanner or even an iPhone straight to your Mac.
By creating workflows in Automator you'll explore you how to make any repetitive tasks on your Mac a breeze, so you can put your feet up and let Snow leopard do the work. In doing this you'll learn how to turn an Automator workflow into a Mac application or a Service command available to you in virtually any application you choose. Finally we'll dig deeper beneath the interface of Mac OSX and discover the world of Unix: Terminal. This will give you access to change the behaviour and appearance of many aspects of OSX not available in the GUI.
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Morry wrote on November 13, 2011
I consider myself a pretty advanced Mac user. And yet, in this tutorial, Rounik shows me stuff about the OS I simply did not know about, and it has significantly changed my work flow for the better. Some great inside tips and tricks. Worth going through, even if you think you know your Mac.
Dave Robinson wrote on September 26, 2011
A great video and a must for OS X users.
Rounik's presentation is excellent as he is a great teacher. I've moved on to Lion now but I still go back over this video as it's easy to watch and covers subjects that are a must for Mac users.
Great to see a section on using the Terminal.
Ru wrote on October 14, 2010
useful tricks! good tutorial.
Spatialdrift wrote on July 31, 2010
Very useful Leopard Tutorials
Victor Mason wrote on May 18, 2010
Again, another excellent and valuable video from Mac Pro Video.com. This particular video shares work flow technique and ideas from a professional who knows his stuff. I immediately got into the key command mode with this video and started to see lots of new ways to do things. I can also see there are a host of custom things I can do now. Thanks for this video. I really like the presentation by Rounik Sethi, he offers smooth easy to follow guidelines and simple ways to speed up work flow. Now people ask me, How do you do that again?
Glenn wrote on April 22, 2010
I really enjoyed Rounik's Tutorial. There's a couple of things I would've liked to have seen, and a few that aren't really relevant to me (yet), but I look forward to more tutorials from you, Rounik!
Les Titford wrote on April 8, 2010
Following on from the Core Snow Leopard Tutorial I found this very useful.
Rounik is an excellent teacher and he guides you through tons of stuff in a friendly and involving way.
Ok, you could probably sit there with your Mac for several days figuring these tips out for yourself but it's definitely more cost-effective to buy this title and sit back and be shown.
Five stars all the way!!
Big T wrote on April 3, 2010
Great series. I am a learner so have found both Snow Leopard tutorials invaluable. Now for an advanced advanced series.....
Peter Vogl wrote on March 31, 2010
Appreciate RounikÂ´s tutorial even though there are applications that are not applicable with my Snow Leopard for german language.