This post is the second in a series designed to help newcomers to the world of Mac laptops and desktops easily navigate around their device.
Sometimes a click on an URL address or folder brings up a light blue highlighting and others times one sees dark blue. What’s the difference?
- Light blue means you can immediately start typing and replace existing text. No deleting necessary.
- Dark blue means double click to open file.
For more details and full instructions, click here: Blue highlighting
Tomorrow’s post: What’s the Finder and what does it do?