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This article explains how to install Citrix Workspace software on both Mac and Windows computers. Certain specific applications (e.g., Pyramed) require this software to work properly.
The instructions in this article explain how to create a new profile in Microsoft Outlook for both Windows and Mac.
These instructions explain how to adjust your Mac laptop's settings so you can use an external monitor and close the laptop lid without having the display turn off.
This article shares information about the latest Apple and Windows operating systems, including resource links and details about any known issues.
General tips for backing up your data - a good practice for security, accidental water spills, and moving to a new computer.
This article contains tips and instructions on how to back up files and settings on Apple (Mac) computers to prepare for a new computer and for protection in case of accidents.
These instructions explain how to connect to a printer, set a default printer, and remove printers that are no longer used, on computers running Mac OS X
This article explains what Prompted Updates are and how they work on MacOS devices, and also includes frequently-asked questions.
This article contains resources to help you set up your new (or re-imaged) computer the way you like, adjust settings as desired, and restore saved items.
Full hard drives can slow or stop a computer in its working, or prevent installation of applications and important updates. Deleting applications, system files, or personal data carries risk. This article contains information to help you take responsibility for managing your file storage.
This article describes the pros and cons of Mac vs Windows computers.
This article explains how to connect Middlebury-owned and managed MacOS devices to Secure Storage hosted on Sharepoint.
This article describes the first time login process on a new, College-issued Mac.
Install fonts on Mac.
This article contains information about how to save frequently-used websites so you can easily revisit them. These saved websites are called Bookmarks or Favorites, depending on the web browser you use.