- Get to Know Your Desktop and Finder
- Get to Know Your Finder Windows
- Get to Know Your Home and its Folders
- Take Advantage of the Sidebar
- Change the View of the Finder Window
- Use the Buttons in the Finder Window
- Select Multiple Items in the Finder
- Use the Dock
- Use the Trash
- Understand the Various Disk Icons
- Understand the Various Library Folders
- Use Mac OS X Together with Mac OS 9
- Look for Contextual Menus
- Work with Keyboard Shortcuts
- Burn a CD or DVD
- Learn Simple Troubleshooting Techniques
- Learn More About Mac OS X
- What You've Learned
Use Mac OS X Together with Mac OS 9
It is possible to use Mac OS 9.2 with Tiger. If you have the entire OS 9.2 operating system installed on your Mac, it's called Classic. Applications that need it will automatically open it for you.
It's best, if you actually plan to use really ancient software that needs OS 9.2, that you open the Classic preferences, shown below, and have Classic automatically start up whenever you turn on your Mac. You will have fewer problems. Really, though, you need to let go of OS 9 and move on. It's okay.
To open the Classic preferences, go to the Apple menu and choose “System Preferences….” Single-click on the “Classic” icon.