Have you bought a brand new MacBook and want to change its name, but don't know how yet? Or perhaps you got it from your older sister or friend, or you bought it online? Either way, you can still change his name so that now it becomes "your" own. Below we will tell you how to do this.
Method 1 of 2: How to change the name of your Mac
Step 1. First, open “System Preferences”
To do this, go to the menu Apple, further into the section System settings.
Step 2. Next, find the Share folder and open it
To do this, go down three points to the subsection Internet and wireless networks.
The Share folder is to the right of the Bluetooth folder. Click on Share.
Step 3. Now you need to find the Mac name
It's at the top of the window you open. There you will see Computer name this is where you need to proceed, click on the field that appears next to it, and enter the new name of your Mac into it.
Step 4. How to change the name
You can change it anyway, anytime, anywhere.
Method 2 of 2: How to Show Your MacBook in the Search Menu
Step 1. Open Search
Here you must proceed to the submenu Settings
Step 2. How to enable the show function of your MacBook
On the menu Search go to “Settings” and then in the submenu Devices.
There you will also find the icon of your MacBook (already with a pre-installed new name). Here you need to put a checkmark in front of the name of your Mac and (if possible) in front of other devices that you also want to see in the "Search" menu. Your MacBook should now appear in the Search menu.
- The methods presented work for all Macintosh devices.
- The standard name that you can see immediately after purchase may look like "Steve Jobs' MacBook." You can leave it or personalize it your way.
- Do not use apostrophe (') and question mark (?) In the title.
- Don't choose a name that you will later regret; get creative with the process.