Skill Level Intermediate
- [Nick Brazzi] In the fall of 2020, Apple released macOS Big Sur. The next major update to the Macintosh Operating System. For the first time since MacOS 10 came out in 2001, macOS Big Sur is being identified by a new full-version number. This is no longer MacOS 10, we're officially using MacOS 11. With this new version comes a complete visual redesign and lots of other changes. I'm Nick Brazzi and I've put together a short training course to help you adjust to these changes. This includes changes to how preferences and settings work including the addition of the control center for quick access to important settings. As always. Apple has updated several of the applications that come bundled with MacOS, so we'll also spend some time with the new features in the Safari web browser, new options in the Messages application, adjusting videos in the Photos application, the completely redesigned Maps application, and more. So if you're planning to upgrade or just thinking about upgrading to macOS Big Sur, I think my course will help you with the transition.