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How to use Spotlight on the Mac

Spotlight is a search engine for your Mac that helps you find documents, contacts, apps, dictionary definitions, and much more. Spotlight Suggestions help you find relevant info on the web, too. Find out how to get the most out of Spotlight on your Mac!

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How to migrate your old Mac's data to your new Mac

Thanks to Migration Assistant, moving your old Mac's data to your new Mac is as simple as can be.

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How to view activity levels on Apple Watch

side the Activity app on your Apple Watch you can view how close you are to meeting each of your goals.

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How to set up and use Notification Center on your Mac

Master your Mac's Notification Center and take control of your Today widgets with this handy guide.

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How to start using Safari on Mac

Safari is Apple’s web browser — your portal to the internet. You can visit websites, bookmark favorite pages, and more. Here’s what you need to know to get started!

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How to screenshot your Mac

macOS makes it incredibly easy to screenshot your Mac, either the full screen, the full app window, or any area you like. Here's how!

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How to quickly close your Apple Watch's Move ring

Missing a few crucial calories from your Move ring for the day? Here's a quick tip for closing that circle.

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How to send your location with Apple Watch

Learn how to quickly send your location using your Apple Watch to make meeting up with your friends much easier.

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How to set up and use Zoom on Apple Watch

Zoom increases the magnification of the Apple Watch interface, making it bigger for those who need to see it more easily. Here's how to set up and use it.

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How to set up and start using Mail for Mac

The Mail app for Mac lets you use any email account you have without having to constantly go to that service’s website. You can sync your Gmail accounts, Outlook accounts, carrier-specific accounts, school accounts, work accounts… You get the picture. All you have to do is set things up. Here’s how!

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