macOS Mojave Is Here – Get Up to Speed with Two Great New Take Control Books

Tc umojaveToday, Apple is releasing macOS Mojave. Most Mac users are going to upgrade – if their hardware is compatible – and it’s good to know what you need to do to prepare for upgrading. In Take Control of Upgrading to Mojave, Mac expert Joe Kissell has updated his trusted advice on upgrading to the latest version of macOS. Learn what you need to know to make the process go smoothly and efficiently, and what has changed from previous versions, including revisions to the APFS file system and important new ways of keeping your Mac secure. Includes troubleshooting advice in case things go wrong!

Tc mojaveAnd once you’ve got Mojave running on your Mac, you need to know how to get the most out of it. Learn all about it with Take Control of Mojave by Scholle McFarland. Like her previous book on High Sierra, this book covers all the new features and options in macOS 10.14, and also provides a good overview of the entire operating system. Find out about all the changes to your Mac’s apps and system-wide tools, and learn useful tricks that may be not be obvious at first glance.

Get Take Control of Upgrading to Mojave and Take Control of Mojave.

2 thoughts on “macOS Mojave Is Here – Get Up to Speed with Two Great New Take Control Books

  1. “if their hardware is compatible”

    That’s the question, this upgrade is going to cause a lot of stuff to become inop. Better to wait and have a plan B ready, and the money to upgrade whatever no longer works.

  2. Anyone know how to toggle between light and dark mode in Mojave? I know how to change modes it in System Preferences > General, but am looking for a single-keystroke solution. Or do I need to create an Automator action?

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