A Macbook is a line of world’s renowned brand apple Inc. The main goal for the introduction to MacBook was to do the impossible engineer, a full-sized experience into the thinnest and lightest case yet. The main aim is to deliver 20% faster performance with the 7th-generation processor and 50% faster SSD Storage. Each component squeezed inside the lightest and thinnest case has been meticulously designed to get most out of it.
After buying the new thinner and lighter structure, the next step is to setup the MacBook. Setting up new does not require some rocket science steps. just a few playing up with some settings and toggling some options here and there. The first step is to do is to sign up to an Apple account or get an Apple Id which will help users throughout the swift apple journey. And for the rest users have to follow the steps mentioned below in details which implies how to setup MacBook in 18 steps.
All Steps Mentioned Below Are To Be Followed:
1. Check for updates
After getting into Apple journey, the next step is to look for some updates released by Apple to MacOs since it built the desired MacBook. To do so, the first step is to click on the Apple Button displayed in the upper-left corner of the screen and then clicking into about this Mac. The general tab will be displayed on the screen of the about this Mac. Next step is to click the software update option which will automatically launch system preferences to check for the updates.
2. Show Battery percentage
A MacBook shows a small battery icon on the top of the display to alert how much battery is left. It will be more helpful if it displays the percentage of the battery left in the device. To toggle-up into the display of battery percentage, Click on the battery icon displayed in the menu bar and click on show percentage settings.
3. Setup SIRI
Apple’s Virtual Assistance SIRI is the most attractive and interactive art of getting into the apple journey. SIRI is installed and enabled in the device by default but when preferred to use Siri only on the iPhone. Users can disable it by going to System Preferences and then by going to SIRI option. And to change SIRI’s voice, language and a keyboard shortcut, that can b chosen from Siri Window
4. Customize the touch bar
Some MacBook model comes with touch bar and some not. To customize the touch bar. simply head to system preferences and then to keyboard and after then click the customize touch bar button then simply drag the buttons to show the default view of the touch bar below the display.
5. Sync folders via iCloud
It is incredibly helpful and useful to sync the desktop and documents folders between two IOs devices. This also means users can run two or more devices with a single Apple ID. To Sync the folders, the first step is to go the system preferences than to the iCloud option present there and after that click options button for the iCloud drive, Next step is to check the box for the top item. Desktop and documents folders.
6. Choose the default browser
By default, system resources use safari as the default browser. But with references and toggling up with some settings, the default browser can be changed according to preferences. Google Chrome and different browsers are handier and easier to use. To change the Default browser to Chrome or any other than safari. Go to System Preferences and then to general and make a selection other than safari for the default web browser.
Not just this, with few more toggling up with few options users can evolve the face and interface of the MacBook including working the night shifts, Switching the autoplay of videos, moving the dock, adding and removal of items from the dock and customizing the dashboard.