MacBook Air M1 Basics – Mac Manual Guide for Beginners – New to Mac
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Amazing content 👏 thanks a ton 🙏👍
Thanks for the share 😊
I plan on getting the 2020 MacBook Air M1. When I went from Windows to tablets and finally landed on the Chromebook which I've used for several years now. However, I'm looking at the 2020 MacBook Air M1 for my first Apple laptop. Since I am looking for something safe and pretty good specs, I think this will provide everything I need for a first time buyer of an Apple product. I like that it is fanless and it's pretty good for what I am looking for. I have an Asus which I use on a regular basis. My needs are simple since all I do is email, occasional shopping and stream content with various platforms. I am watching your channel to see what I am in for since I am a first time user of this device. I have a good safe internet program and a VPN on my network so I feel pretty safe with this. I like the idea of it being fanless. And it's my first device of Apple so I'm looking forward to this when it happens.
Learned from gestures, thanks, only knew about swiping up. You can subtract one finger though. The ones you stated with 4 fingers can be done with three and the 5 with 4.
Technically you never actually click, its a haptic feedback that makes it feel like a click lol.
I recommend talking about essentials like the dock, the menu bar, setting wifi and bluetooth, etc at first.
Then all customization and optimizations later, maybe as a second video even
Very good video. Thanks for upload.
This is helpful because I am getting a MacBook air with m1
Your accent is hard to understand, you need subtitles
Such a good video for those of us who switch over from windows to Mac for the first time! Thank you very much for taking the time to create it. I know I really appreciated this!
Does being an iPhone user make navigating Apple computers easier?
Thank you so much 🙂
Very useful video it's so easy to understand everything the way you describe ❤
I never knew that mac had these crazy good features like the track pad gestures
Very nice video explaning it alll
Ive been a windows user all my life but now i will be buying macbook
Why need of chrome
Excellent video, thanks.
Just purchased my first Mac, watched this 3 times now! Mine will be here Feb 2
Thank you so much. This video is very helpful. I clicked on another video by a different person and this guy is like okay so this is MacBook, this is a keyboard and this is a track pad…….. Like bro i know what a computer is. I'm just switching from Windows to Mac.
So excited to do this on my macbook air m1. Switching from windows to mac, I really need to explore more lol
My first Mac Book Pro just arrived, complete novice so thank you for your video. Learned so much already 👍👍👍
Thank you so much for this lesson, I learn so much.
is there any reason why its better to have fast tracking speed
Вы очень помогли! Спасибо огромное! You helped a lot! Thank you a looooot🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳
Just started a new teaching job and have been given a Mac. Wow! Anxiety! Thanks so much for talking me down from the ledge! 👍🏻🙏😂
I purchased a new MacBook Air and I'm trying to follow your video. The first thing about system preferences doesn't match anything in mine. I have system settings, and I can't find anything about the trackpad or mouse.
Thanks a lot! i just got my first ever M1 and i was really confused. the touchpad click was the best thing ever!!!
Thanks for the video , very detailed and useful !
Thank you for the tips! I've had my MacBook Air for years and hadn't really taken the time to learn. This video is going to massively change my usage!!
Great video. My pc crashed mid way through an exam. I got home yesterday afternoon and switched to Macbook Air M1 and I love it!!! thank you for all your help.
Thanks a lot,it was really helpful, best regards.
i installed chrome step by step but is not opening. it is installed, is in the application menu and in the lower bar, i click on it and it does not open. what do i have to do? please help!
Thank you so much brother and this video was so useful.😊🙏🏽👍🏽
When you're working with such a small, wider-than-tall screen – in which the Mac already has the menu bar and window title bars – it doesn't make sense to me to use even more of your precious vertical space by having the dock along the bottom. The first setup thing I would do is move the Dock to the side of the screen (in User Preferences > Dock > Position On Screen).
This vedio was very imformative and helpful.
❤ This video is so helpful as I just ordered this computer. I have saved this video to help with setup.
I just purchased my first Mac , before I had the windows pro which I rarely used and it became useless. Anyway I am not the slightest tech savvy what so ever and it took me about five videos to get to yours and you showed exactly what I needed ! Very basic steps but ALL the difference and I feel more confident in having this device so THANK YOU for your knowledge.
Thanks, one of the better instruction videos👍
Your voice is soothing, I am learning more from you than my teachers 🥺💖
This is a very helpful video for anyone transitioning. Thanks for creating this and going straight to the point and making the video user friendly.
Very helpful video for all folks switching and have switched to MacBook.
Great Tutorial!! Thank you!!