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How to use Front Row - Learn Mac OS Snow Leopard

Bestselling Learn Guitar on Android! http://bit.ly/LearnGuitarAndroid In this video, Mahalo technology expert Justin Zagri breaks down the different features of the Front Row application in Snow Leopard. Using Front Row --------------------------------------------------------------------- You can use the Mac remote to access the Front Row application. This provides a special way of presenting and viewing entertainment on your computer.?Access Front Row by pressing the Menu button on the remote. The Front Row screen will give you options to choose from.1. Movies: Use Front Row to view the movies stored on your computer or DVDs in your DVD slot. The buttons on the remote will scroll through them and contains the controls for play, rewind or fast forward. You can also rent or buy movies from iTunes as well as view trailers through the internet.?When you insert a DVD into your computer, press Menu on the remote to view the movie options.2. TV Shows: Front Row will display the TV shows you've downloaded from iTunes. You can also go to iTunes to buy TV shows through Front Row.?3. Music: The program will let you scroll through and play the music on your computer or go to iTunes to download songs or music videos.4. Podcasts: You can use your internet connection to listen to podcasts through Front Row.5. Photos: This option will let you scroll through and view your photo library.6. Settings: You can change Front Row settings to rename the program and turn the screen saver and sound effects on or off.?7. Sources: This option lets you choose a different shared internet source for the program.? Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/how-to-use-front-row-in-mac-os-snow-leopard/
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