During the past year many PC users have either switched or have considered switching over to a Mac system. One of the questions that comes up is how hard is the learning curve going to be? Fortunately Apple has a great site that takes some of the pain on making the switch. Called Switch 101 the site states:

Welcome to the Mac family! If you’re a PC user who has just switched to the Mac and want to find out how to adapt your old working habits to the Mac OS, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to Switch 101: The former PC user’s guide to getting the most out of your Mac.

Whether you want to learn how to get around and access everything on your Mac; find out how to move your old PC files to the Mac OS environment; figure out how to connect your printer, iPod, digital camera, or other device; learn how to do those tasks you did on a PC on a Mac; learn how to use the software that came with your Mac; or even find out what to do when things don’t go as planned; we have the answers.

There is also assistance on how to migrate your important files, setup hardware and much more.

Apple Switch 101 site is here.

Over at Lifehacker they have a guide called Hack Attack which has very in depth articles to also assist those in making the change.

Lifehacker can be found here.

If you know of any sites that may also be helpful, please post them in the comments section.

Comments welcome.