Tips for Making the Transition Easier

There are a number of things you can do that will make the transition to working in Mac OS X a little easier.

Have Classic open on startup. If you have old applications that cannot run in OS X, have Classic open on startup so when you double-click an application, Classic is ready and waiting.

Fix your windows. It might make you crazy that every time you open a folder window, the previous folder’s contents disappear, plus the view of the window is generally a surprise. You can do several things to make your windows behave as you are accustomed to (although you might want to just get used to the OS X method!)

To always open folders into their own, separate window:

Either click once in the Hide/Show Toolbar ...

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