Mac expert Am moving from PC to apple mac and would welcome some expert advice.As there any apple support professionals in the area? Tweet Comments Showing 8 of 8 House E 10 months, 1 week ago Hi William, Why not book yourself in with an 'Apple Genius' at one of their many genius bars? All you have to do is book an appointment, let them know what Apple product you have and they can lead you through ANY question you have. Click the link below to find out more. http://www.apple.com/retail/learn/ Plus, they're sessions are free! I'm with House Elf Ian Bull 10 months, 1 week ago Hullo William A,House E's advice is good but assuming you're somewhere near Clapham Junction you could visit...http://www.coretechnicalsolutions.co.uk/ You won't regret changing to Apple, I did so in 1988 and to this day PC users are surprised at how efficient my machines are.Best - Ian judith r 10 months, 1 week ago A friend suggested I joined one to one at Apple; it costs about £80 p.a but they are very helpful and I consider it very worthwhile; much better than relying on friends and family. You need to be able to travel to Apple Regent Street, Westfield or Covent Garden (dont think there is anywhere nearer) IT at Home 10 months, 1 week ago Hi William,We do exactly this (and much more) for many local customers, advising and offering ongoing support to aide you through the transition. Only yesterday I was with a customer helping her recover from the mess that a certain large chain of stores had left her in as a result of their slapdash attempts to migrate data automatically from PC to Mac.Give us a ring or drop an email for more information, we look forward to hearing from you.Dan HarrisIT at Home020 7100 email@example.com I'm with IT at Home and IT at Work JudyY 10 months, 1 week ago Peter Jones has an Apple Rep. I found him very helpful. I'm with Judy Young Art Laura J 10 months, 1 week ago One to One at Apple: they also have a telephone support service where you can get an infinitely patient person who will talk you through your problem, and can access your screen (with your permission!) to investigate step by step what is going wrong. Invaluable! And they are good even with the naive and technically ignorant customer like me! Kieran S 10 months, 1 week ago I would start with Apple's very easy to understand support pages http://www.apple.com/support/ They will take you from the basics of transferring data from your pc through to the more advanced stuff. Rosemarie Q 10 months, 1 week ago HiI too changed to apple - and would never go back.As Kieran says apple have video tutorials on every aspect of their products. They are excellent and you can go at your own pace. Apple also often run free courses in their stores.Try this link and see http://www.apple.com/support/mac101/tour/Hope this helpsRosemarie Comments are closed. Why not start a new conversation?