updated 07:50 pm EDT, Mon August 31, 2009
MW Snow Leopard sessions
IDG World Expo on Monday announced a wide range of Macworld 2010 conference sessions dedicated to the updated Snow Leopard operating system. The expo is set to host two full days of training related to Mac OS X, with content ranging from basic installation tips to 'power user' techniques.
The "Upgrading to Snow Leopard" session provides details on the installation process, necessary preparations and avoiding or troubleshooting problems. "Working with Services in Snow Leopard" details a variety of available services and capabilities, along with their limitations, while "Text Magic in Snow Leopard" explains features such as bidirectional language support, the Keyboard Viewer, text substitutions, and more.
"Don't enter data twice!" is geared for users aiming to reduce the time it takes to perform basic functions. Topics include window customization and data organization, along with tips on how to use Smart folders and Spotlight to quickly find information. "Working Between Multiple Apps" delves deeper into the methods for exchanging information between various apps.
"Video with Snow Leopard: Putting QuickTime X to Work" includes demonstrations for navigating the new user interface, along with tips for using the new features. "Taking Accessibility to the Next Level in Snow Leopard" offers instructions for users with disabilities, including explanations of accessibility features included in the Snow Leopard update.
Macworld 2010 is scheduled to take place from February 9th through the 13th, instead of the previous January timing. The upcoming five-day event will also open on a Saturday.