Using & Managing Apps in macOS Ventura

macOS Ventura    |    Beginner
  • 11 videos | 40m 35s
  • Includes Assessment
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There are several ways to access an application on macOS Ventura. Learn how to open apps from the Finder, from using Spotlight Search as well as using Siri. To save energy on your computer, you may want to close the apps you're no longer using. In macOS Ventura, you can easily quit an application you no longer need. And if an application freezes or is not responding, you can use the Force Quit feature. The Launchpad is a central location to quickly access your applications. See how to arrange your apps to meet your needs in the macOS Ventura Launchpad. Discover how to set up your login items to easily open the applications or files you use most. Learn how to use the Mission Control dashboard to manage multiple windows from one or multiple applications, and how to create new desktops, customize their background color, and re-organize and move windows between different desktops. Explore how to activate the Use Stage Manager and arrange multiple windows as a group. Finally, Stacks on the macOS Ventura desktop keep your files neatly organized into groups. See how to activate stacks and customize their grouping on your desktop. Also, learn how to display a Dock folder as a stack and customize its display.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discover the key concepts covered in this using & managing apps in macos ventura course
    Find and open applications in macos ventura
    Close and quit an application in macos ventura
    Organize applications in the launchpad in macos ventura
    Configure and customize startup apps in macos ventura
    Use mission control to manage apps and windows in macos ventura
  • Create, customize and delete desktops in macos ventura
    Associate and relocate apps in different spaces in macos ventura
    Configure mission control options in macos ventura
    Use and customize the stage manager in macos ventura
    Organize files with stacks in macos ventura

IN THIS COURSE

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    This video outlines the key content covered in this Using & Managing Apps in macOS Ventura course, including how to quit an application, work with multiple desktops in Mission Control, and use Stage Manager in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    macOS Ventura offers many possibilities for quickly finding and opening an application. Learn how to open apps from the Finder, from using Spotlight Search as well as using Siri. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Closing & quitting an application in macOS Ventura
    3m 54s
    To save energy on your computer, you may want to close the apps you’re no longer using. In macOS Ventura, you can easily quit an application you no longer need. And if an application freezes or is not responding, you can use the Force Quit feature. See how to access this feature and force quit applications rather than restarting your computer. You will also see how to use this option to relaunch the Finder. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Organizing your applications with Launchpad in macOS Ventura
    4m 9s
    The Launchpad on your macOS Ventura is a central location to quickly access your applications. You can easily find apps by scrolling through or searching for them using the search bar. Keep your applications organized by learning how to move apps, and create and rename folders. See how to arrange your apps to meet your needs in the macOS Ventura Launchpad. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Configuring your startup applications in macOS Ventura
    4m 6s
    In macOS Ventura, you can have apps, documents, or folders open automatically when you log in. In this video, learn how to add automatic items from the Dock and System Settings. Also see how to allow certain apps to run in the background, as well as how to remove a login item. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Using multiple applications and windows in macOS Ventura
    3m 16s
    In macOS Ventura, Mission Control has an intuitive dashboard that allows you to manage multiple windows from one or multiple applications. Mission Control arranges all of your windows into a single layer, so it’s easy to find the one you need. See how to view and manage multiple windows. And learn how to open applications in Mission Control or by using keyboard shortcuts. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Working on multiple desktops with Mission Control in macOS Ventura
    4m 33s
    To help you multitask you may find it useful to create multiple desktops. Mission Control in macOS Ventura allows you to create and manage multiple desktops quickly and easily. In this video, learn how to create new desktops, customize their background color, and re-organize and move windows between different desktops. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Working in multiple spaces in macOS Ventura
    3m 41s
    In macOS Ventura, you can use Mission Control to create additional desktops, known as spaces, to manage multiple windows. If you are using two or more spaces, you can assign an application to a specific space, so that it's always open there. See how to assign apps and manage your spaces easily from Mission Control in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Configuring Mission Control in macOS Ventura
    4m 8s
    Mission Control enables you to manage multiple windows and apps in different Spaces. You can easily access Mission Control using a keyboard shortcut. In this video, see how to access and configure your Mission Control settings. And learn how to change the default keyboard shortcut and set Mission Control to a Hot Corner in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Using the Stage Manager in macOS Ventura
    4m 2s
    In macOS Ventura, there’s a new feature called Stage Manager. This feature helps keep your windows organized by allowing you to easily switch between applications and files. Use Stage Manager to keep the window you’re working on in the center and have your recently used apps displayed along the left side of the screen. In this video, learn how to activate Stage Manager, and arrange multiple windows as a group in macOS Ventura. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Using Stacks in macOS Ventura
    4m 55s
    Stacks on the macOS Ventura desktop keep your files neatly organized into groups. When you save a file to your desktop, it’ll be automatically added to its appropriate stack. See how to activate stacks and customize their grouping on your desktop. Also, learn how to display a Dock folder as a stack and customize its display. FREE ACCESS

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