Windows 10 In Depth is just the guide you need. It will get you through the learning curve to become a Windows 10 expert. The authors of Windows 10 In Depth have scaled the steepest part of the learning curve for you, and give you great guidance from the first page to the last, from your first hour with Windows 10 to long-term management and maintenance tasks. In addition, this book is part of Queas exciting new Content Update Program. As Microsoft updates features of Windows 10, sections of this book will be updated or new sections will be added to match the updates to the software. The updates will be delivered to you via a FREE Web Edition of this book, which can be accessed with any Internet connection. To learn more, visit www.quepublishing.com/CUP. This massive book includes detailed step-by-step procedures, which you through even the most complex configuration and management tasks. Whether you have a traditional PC or a souped-up tablet with a touchscreen, Windows 10 In Depth is just the guide you need. It will get you through the learning curve to become a Windows 10 expert. The authors have scaled the steepest part of the learning curve for you. From the first page to the last, and from your first hour with Windows 10, Brian Knittel and Paul McFedries share their 50+ years of combined Windows, networking, and security experience with you. In this book, Knittel and McFedries ac Take you on an in-depth tour of the new Windows 10 user interface ac Show you how to upgrade an older version of Windows or how to install Windows 10 on a new computer ac Teach you how to configure your Windows settings to maximize this powerful new OS ac Show you how to navigate the new Modern user interface and apps ac Teach you how to use a plethora of desktop accessory apps, accessibility tools, and managing documents and files ac Show you Microsoftas new (or revived, depending on how long you've been using Windows) Start button ac Guide you through using Cortana, Microsoft's new online personal digital assistant ac Explain how to get the most out of Windows Media Player, imaging devices, document scanners, and more ac Show you how to use Microsoft Edge, the replacement for Internet Explorer ac Teach you how to set up a LAN, share printers, and network with other operating systems ac Show you how to troubleshoot your network ac Teach you how to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot your system like a pro ac Give you details on tweaking the Windows Registry and using the command-line interface and utilities ac Guide you through setting up your computeras firewall, defending yourself from spyware and viruses, and protecting yourself from online fraud ac Show you how to get the most out of your laptop or tablet PC when traveling ac Get up and running with the Windows touch interface ac Teach you how to use Microsoftas Hyper-V virtualization technology to run other operating systems side by side with Windows 10, or to run Windows 10 within another operating systemCaution If you need to run cables through the ceiling space of an office building, you should check with your building ... We refer to CAT5 here, but if youa#39;re using 1000Mbps Ethernet, you must use CAT5E or CAT6 cable and connectors. ... It must have colormatched twisted pairs of wires; usually, each pair has one wire in a solid color and the other white with colored stripes. ... Any jacks, plugs, connectors, terminal blocks, patch cables, and so on also must be at least CAT5 certified.
|Title||:||Windows 10 In Depth (includes Content Update Program)|
|Author||:||Brian Knittel, Paul McFedries|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2015-09-10|