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Summary 5:24-5:30 That's it for this demonstration. In this demo, we looked at how to configure screen sharing on a Mac system, and then remotely connect to a computer, using the screen sharing application. Screen Sharing allows you to share the screen of your Mac OS system. If enabled, it can also allow a remote user to control the system. Use Screen Sharing to: Remotely access your own system Help troubleshoot an issue on a client's system Give a presentation or collaborate on a project with others Keep in mind the following information regarding Screen Sharing: Screen Sharing is disabled by default. To enable Screen Sharing, complete the following steps: 1. Click Apple menu > System Preferences . 2. Click Sharing . 3. Select the Screen Sharing checkbox. You can specify which users are able to connect to the system in the Screen Sharing settings dialog (e.g., all registered users, specific users only, or anyone who requests access). To allow non-Mac systems to use Screen Sharing (i.e., Windows and Linux systems), you need to enable the VNC viewer setting and specify a VNC password. Systems on the network that have Screen Sharing enabled will appear in the Shared category in the Finder window. Mac OS uses the Screen Sharing app to connect to systems that have Screen Sharing enabled. Screen Sharing has two different sharing modes: 1. Control mode allows you to control the system as if you were physically at the computer. 2. Observe mode places control of the system in the hands of the user and is typically used when giving a presentation. o With the Shared Clipboard setting enabled, text can be copied between the remote system and the local system, and vice versa. o Display and quality settings can be customized in order to match the remote system's settings and connection speed. Applications 0:00-0:25 In this lesson, we're going to discuss desktop applications. On Windows 7 and earlier, all applications were desktop applications. However, beginning with Windows 8, you can install traditional desktop applications or you can install apps from the Windows Store much like you would install apps on mobile devices. In this lesson, we're going to focus on managing desktop applications. Software Types 0:26-1:11 As you manage applications on a Windows system, you need to be aware of the several software-related terms. First, an application is a program that is typically started by the user and has a user interface. Next, a service is a special type of program that runs in the background performing tasks. Typically a service doesn't provide a user interface. Services usually perform tasks required for the system to run. Examples of services include the net logon service, the plug and play service, the task scheduler and the print spooler. Services may be automatically or manually started and stopped.
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