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Windows and Macintosh Operating System Environments Demonstration of the Features and Functions of the Windows and Macintosh Systems DIG 2000- Introduction

Mar 26, 2015

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Windows and Macintosh Operating System Environments Demonstration of the Features and Functions of the Windows and Macintosh Systems DIG 2000- Introduction to Digital Media- 2097-7876 Professor: Michael Kappers Student: Sean Cunningham June 1, 2009 Slide 2 Overview: The Mac OS X environment The Windows Vista environment Macs and Windows working together Managing files and folders Summary Slide 3 Objectives: Learn the basics of the new Mac OS X and Windows Vista operating systems Use basic file management techniques to help organize workflow Learn keystroke combinations to increase productivity Slide 4 Basic Definitions: An operating system enables hardware and software to work together Applications are software programs for a particular use Slide 5 The Mac OS X Environment The Desktop HD Icons The Dock Menu Bar Slide 6 The Desktop This Screen Displays When Your System Is Loaded The Mac OS X displays your drives, portable media devices and most frequently used applications, files and folders Slide 7 The Desktop Icon> Slide 8 HD Icon Double click Macintosh HD icon to display contents of hard drive in window Slide 9 The Dock The Dock Displays the applications, files and folders Slide 10 Menu Bar: Finder The Finder menu at the top of the screen lets you navigate the computer Slide 11 The File Menu Slide 12 Finder Icon Box Opened Can navigate all controls of your hard drive, add in external, disks and attach devices All programs (applications) and recent work can be accessed 1. 2.2. 3. 4. 5. 6.