One of the hardest thing for a new Mac users is the keyboard shortcuts in OS X. If you’ve just bought a Mac and try to find the delete, home, end or any common keys from Windows/Linux operating systems, you can’t :) Even you google and find some helpful information, they’re using some weird signs to represent keyboard shortcuts. Honestly this happened to me as well. I guess there are two reasons behind it; first Mac operating systems are mainly designed for graphic applications and second you’re so used to use your Windows Minded side of your brain :P
Couple weeks ago, I was waiting in the hospital line and luckily I had my MBP with me. I turned it on and tried Internet connection, but no luck. There was no free wireless access anywhere close :( Then I tried to connect through my iPhone 3G. This time I was lucky, it just worked. Here is how I did:
OSX has a lot of hidden gems in it. For other operating systems, when you need to find out this kind of gems (if they have :P), you have to wait to become a pro-user. Most of the time, it’s gonna be non-intuitive. However, OS X is nothing like that. Finding these little things are really easy and intuitive.