The Guide to macOS Mojave is a complete course with more than 60 video tutorials, more than 7 hours of video instruction. It begins by showing you the basics of managing your files and using the system, and then goes into detail about using Safari, Mail, TextEdit, Preview and other basic apps. This course includes lots of tips, tricks and techniques.
Each tutorial clearly presents a topic and shows you how to use macOS Mojave. You can watch while trying out techniques for yourself. Presented by the host of the MacMost video podcast, the creator of hundreds of online video tutorials and the author of books on the Mac and iPad.
The information in the course is the equivalent to a book you might buy on macOS: it contains a lot of getting-started information covering the basics, while also throwing in power-user tips and tricks. I have many videos labelled “Mojave New Feature,” but as Mojave builds upon the versions of macOS before it, much of what you will see isn’t necessarily new. I built this course as a way for existing Mac users to broaden their skills and for new Mac users to get up to speed fast.
Want to know more? You can read about the course, check out sample videos, and see a complete table of contents at the special coupon link below.
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Looking forward to new course.
You're always very helpful Gary
Thanks for the opportunity.
Looking forward to your new course on Mojave.
Thanks and am looking forward to it
Should be most informative.
Looking forward to your new Operating System course.
Eagerly awaiting this new course.
I’d like to get a head start on Mohave.
Thank you, it will be helpful
Having seen some YouTube about what's new in Mojave, I will definitely need to jump start my knowledge of the new OS.
Looking no forward to it!
Looking forward to another excellent course!
I’m looking forward to it.
Very good. I look forward to the day when I can put a helmet on and Blue Tooth will transfer my thoughts to the computer, which will respond immediately. Go Gary go!
Looking forward to it!
Thanks Gary. As always you are a great support guy for us.
Good one - would like to attend it
Thank you for taking your time to help others in this manner.
Looking forward to another of your first rate courses.
Looking forward to the course
Looking forward to the new changes.
Great to have the course. Thanks for your hard work putting it togethet.
Looking forward to it
I look forward to your clear and concise information.
I seek to know the NEW(Mojave) so I don't get lost and frustrated. Thanks Gary
Thank you. That will be very helpful.
Thank you :-)
Although my computer will not accept Mojave, I still want to see what the new OS has to offer.
Thank you. Looking forward to it.
Gary, You are always on top of what the new OS is all about!
Thank you Gary I am looking forward to learn the new features.
I cannot wait. When I was 65 year I changed from windows to Mac. Now I am 71 BOX 1 INKOMEN year and I am studying all new things
Just recently I was working with an Apple supervisor who has the same computer that I have. MacBook Pro 2011. We were working out some issues I had with downloading macOS Sierra. Apparently an older computer as mine will not be compatible with macOS Mojave. Is this your understanding?
Jean: Apple has a list of which Mac models will be compatible here: https://support.apple.com/macos/mojave
just need to know before i enrol on course,that will or is there any way that my imac mid 2011 can get mojave???
michael: see the link in the comment to Jean above. Looks like you need a 2012 mini or newer.
When will it be released in the UK?
David: Mojave or the course? Same day as everywhere in both cases.
standing by in anticipation
Looking forward to the operating sustem and learning how to use it
Even thought by computer (mid 2011) will not be able to use Mojave, I will be looking forward to it - it may convince me to purchase a new computer!
Thanks Gary your videos have been very helpful to me over the years.
I love your teaching courses. You explain them simply clearly and slowly
Thank You for keeping us informed!
Look forward to the course.
Look forward to the course.
Thanks and looking forward!
Gary! Like so many, getting this course is like an early Christmas gift. Thanks
Looking forward to this
Great look forward to your new work on new OS
Should be good. Looking forward to it.
Will be great, I am sure. Thanks!
Thanks for putting this together.
I’m sure this course is pricless, but exactly what is the price? All your instructs are very good.
Joseph: I'll have that posted on Monday. There will be a special coupon for the first 10 days or so as well.
Looking forward to your course!
MacOs Mojave- have a iMac late 2015 running Sierra 10.12.6 has a fusion drive. I didn't upgrade to high sierra due to the issues with the fusion drives. Apple message board seems to be issues with Mojave. I had no issues with my MacBook 13w/touch ID 2017 with high sierra I was able to update it by downloading it from the apple store then installed it. But it would not show up when I try to check for updates. The same goes for my iMac? I back up to my Apple 3 GB time capsule. Need to update iMac!
Robin: What sort of Fusion drive problem prevented you from installing High Sierra the whole year? High Sierra didn’t do anything to Fusion drives, it just left them as they were formatted before.
As for Mojave, go to the Mac App Store to get it.
Gary Rosenzweig: Fusion drive were not able to do APFS part of the MacOS Sierra. Which I still have no clue what it is. My MacBook had MacOs high sierra with the APFS but now running MacOs Mojave. I can't believe the apple forum is so overwhelming in post related to issues with the MacOS Mojave many without fusion drives. Seems to be a lot of issues with this new MacOS Mojave have you notice any issues? They also saying that its draining the battery faster even after charging. A lot of issues!
Robin: You are right that the Fusion drives weren't able to use APFS with Fusion drives. But that didn't stop anyone from using High Sierra. It just didn't update the drive to APFS and stuck with the old file system. No big deal.
Every time there is a new OS, whether it is Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, etc, there are people that complain online. No reason to post if nothing is bothering you so it always looks like that in Apple Discussions. I've been using Mojave for a while now and so have many others, no real problems.
Another excellent course. I learned a great deal, and not just on the Mojave sections.
My MacBook Pro is mid 2012. I run OS X El Capitan. Can I download Mac OS Mojave directly or would I have to download the previous system beforehand thanks Gary. Love your site