TutsPlus’s Johnny Winter notes that it’s been four months since Apple released OS X 10.9 Mavericks, marking the first time that a version of OS X has been made available, to Mac owners, free of charge. Winters observes that it’s been estimated that one-third of the Mac installed base had been updated to Mavericks within weeks of its launch in late October 2013, and deduces that that figure is, no doubt, much higher now.
Following on from TutsPlus’s Mastering Mountain Lion series, relating to OS X 10.8, the Mac Computer Skills authors have written a number of Mavericks tutorials to help familiarise you with some of the changes.
In this series, the experts tell you what you really need to know to make the most of this new operating system. We answer your biggest questions, show off the best features and even guide you through those little but important things that you’re likely to miss.
From preparing your Mac for Mavericks and setting up back-up USB drives to getting up and running with Maps and sending route directions to your iOS device and more.
The tutorials you need for Mavericks:
50 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About OS X Mavericks
Preparing for OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Quick Tip: Install OS X Mavericks on a USB Drive
Two More Ways to Create an OS X 10.9 Mavericks USB Drive
Getting the Most From Maps in OS X Mavericks
Quick Tip: Send Directions From Your Mac to Your iPhone
Quick Tip: A Tour of the Notification Center Changes in Mavericks
The Complete Guide to iCloud Keychain
Master Desktop Images in OS X Mavericks
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