Monitoring, Configuring & Optimizing in macOS Ventura

macOS Ventura    |    Intermediate
  • 9 videos | 33m 5s
  • Includes Assessment
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You can configure a number of settings to optimize your Mac. If your Mac is slow or is not responding, learn how to use the Activity Monitor to find the problematic app or process and quit it. See how to change the sound effects, adjust the volume, and select a different sound output or input device for your Mac. When working with multiple languages, learn how to add input sources to match your keyboard language and allow you to type in another language. Explore how to use text replacements and keyboard shortcuts to perform tasks more quickly. See how to use the Voice dictation tool to insert text while speaking rather than using your keyboard. If you need additional services for visual accessibility, you can use VoiceOver. See how VoiceOver can read the text, menus, and the location of your mouse cursor out loud. And to aid motor accessibility needs, learn to add sticky keys and use the accessibility menu within macOS Ventura.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discover the key concepts covered in this monitoring, configuring & optimizing in macos ventura course
    Analyze and monitor your device activity in macos ventura
    Configure and adjust your sound settings in macos ventura
    Access and configure external devices in macos ventura
    Configure keyboard settings and input sources in macos ventura
  • Use and configure text replacements and keyboard shortcuts in macos ventura
    Use your voice to insert text in macos ventura
    Use voice over to improve the accessibility requirements in macos ventura
    Configure your keyboard's accessibility settings in macos ventura

IN THIS COURSE

  • 55s
    This video outlines the key content covered in this Monitoring, Configuring & Optimizing in macOS Ventura course, including how to analyze and monitor your device activity, use the VoiceOver tool, and adapt the accessibility of the keyboard. FREE ACCESS
  • 4m 54s
    If your Mac seems slow or is not responding, an app or process may be the source of the problem. You can use the Activity Monitor to find the problematic app or process and quit it. See how to access and analyze your Mac's activity within macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Adjusting the sound on your Mac in macOS Ventura
    3m 5s
    On your Mac, you can adjust your device’s audio output and input via the Sound settings. See how to change the sound effects, adjust the volume, and select a different sound output or input device in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Configuring your devices in macOS Ventura
    3m 16s
    Using Bluetooth settings, your Mac can wirelessly connect with devices such as a Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, trackpad, or headphones. Learn how to find and set up Bluetooth connections. To work more comfortably, you can also change the way your mouse responds and moves. See how to configure your mouse or trackpad's double-click and scroll speed in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Configuring a keyboard in macOS Ventura
    3m 36s
    If you work with multiple languages, you may need to add input sources to match your keyboard language and allow you to type in another language. When you use an input source, you can type in any language that uses the same script or alphabet. Learn how to add and manage input sources on macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Using text replacements and keyboard shortcuts in macOS Ventura
    4m 16s
    Keyboard shortcuts can save you time by allowing you to perform tasks more quickly on your Mac. You can change or disable keyboard shortcuts to make them easier to use. In many apps, you can also automatically replace text and punctuation. For example, you can replace a double-space with a full stop and a space, or replace ‘omw’ with ‘On the way’. In this video, learn how to use text replacements and keyboard shortcuts in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Using voice dictation in macOS Ventura
    3m 25s
    Voice dictation allows you to insert text while speaking rather than using your keyboard. From the Dictation settings, you can activate Dictation, and configure the language, microphone source, and shortcut. See how to activate and use voice dictation on macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Using VoiceOver in macOS Ventura
    4m 44s
    If you need additional services for visual accessibility you can use VoiceOver. VoiceOver can read the text, menus, and the location of your mouse cursor out loud. There is also the possibility to read within the caption box to help follow along and find keyboard shortcuts to perform tasks. In this video, learn how to activate and use VoiceOver on macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Adapting the accessibility of your keyboard in macOS Ventura
    4m 55s
    To add sticky keys to aid motor accessibility needs, you can use the accessibility menu within macOS Ventura. See how to configure the advanced keyboard settings to set up key repeats and slow keys. Also, learn how to activate the accessibility keyboard and change its appearance in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS

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