Version control works the same way, only instead of a boss battle, you're
probably battling with some programming problem. But it *could* be something
else. Like a [recipie](http://hginit.com). Or this tutorial. Or some HTML.
-Really anything that is just plain ol' text.
+Really anything that is just plain ol' text. It's not so good at storing 4 TB
+of uh... "cat pictures", or your *totally legal* mp3 collection. But it's
chemical symbol for Mercury. Programmers have such a weird sense of humour.
In ye olden days of computing, we used these things called *terminals*. They
were also nicknamed *shells*. I don't know why, but if I had to make up a
difficult](https://bitbucket.org/tortoisehg/thg/wiki/developers/MacOSX). But it
does look like either MacPorts or Homebrew might work without too much hassle.
-So, once you've got TortoiseHg installed, fire it up, and you should see
-![the main window](images/01-intro.png).
+So, once you've got TortoiseHg installed, fire it up, and you should see this:
+![the main window](images/01-intro.png)
+Take a quick look around. Glance thorugh all the menus - don't be alarmed that
+it all looks like Greek (*I **know** those words are English, but they just
+don't mean anything!!*), we'll cover them soon enough.
+First go to File > Settings ...
+Click the "Commit" option and set your username and email address to well,
+whatever *yours* is. Here's mine:
+Now that we're set up it's time to create our first repository!
+A repository is just a directory on your computer that might have the source
+code for a computer program in it, or your website, or your secret plans for
+world domination. So let's go ahead and create one. Click File > New
+Repository. Here's what I put in:
+Click "create". Now we're ready to *take over the world!* Errr... learn to use
+Now when you click on "Working Directory" you should see something like this: