OSX

Mac OS, or Apple's operating system, comes preinstalled on all NMU-issued MacBooks.  Below is a list of training resources for OSX.  Using OSX (...
It's a good idea to password protect your screen when you are away from your computer, particularly when you are working in a public place. To do...
NMU-issued Macbooks come pre-installed with Microsoft Word 2011. This is a basic guide on how to nagivate Word if you are new to the program....
Some applications are not signed by Apple and will not be able to be installed. If you trust the application and know you want to install it, follow...
If you need to connect to NMU resources on your home network (or other non-NMU network), such as art servers or department servers, you will need to...
Time Machine is the built-in backup that works with your Mac and an external drive. Connect the drive, assign it to Time machine and start enjoying...
These instructions tell how to connect to the campus network using AirPort. They assume your network settings are already configured. Make sure...
1. Launch the Mail application from the dock.      2. Click "Mail" and select "Preferences" at the top of the screen.       3. Click on "Accounts" ...
When the MacBook is connected to the Internet, it will automatically check for updates on a weekly basis. Before any major system updates, for...
Using the Dock Starting Applications Without Using the Dock Adding Items to the Dock Removing items from the Dock Changing the Dock Appearance Stacks...
Viewing the Inbox Checking for New Messages Reading a Message Writing and Sending a New Message Replying to an Existing Message Viewing a List of...
Mac OSX Mail is an application you can utilize to check your @nmu.edu mail. Instructions for setting up Mac Mail as a POP account are below. To learn...
Fetch is a MAC OS X application for transferring files between your computer and a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server. Using Fetch, you can connect...
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