Get a real feel for Windows 8 with a wealth of tips in this step-by-step guide. After using Windows 7 or XP, learning Microsoftas latest operating system takes some adjustment. Never fear. Windows expert Mike Halsey starts with the basics and then takes you through the trickier parts of Microsoftas latest operating system. Youall quickly learn how to make the most of Windows 8 for work and entertainment, whether you use a touchscreen tablet, a laptop, or a PC with a keyboard and mouse. Easily navigate the intuitive Windows 8 interface Use email and the Internetaand keep your family safe Share files online or with other devices in your home Download and use all kinds of of apps and programs Watch movies and listen to music Import, view, and edit your own photos and videos Learn how to use extra hardware and older software Use expert tips to keep your computer running smoothly Discover cool stuff that makes computer use really easyOn your keyboard you can hold down the Windows Key in the bottom left of the keyboard and press Z or C to open menus and options. The. Start. Screen. vs. The. Desktop: What. You. Need. to. Know. Ia#39;ve already mentioned the new interface in Windows 8, the Start screen. The traditional ... When you first started using your computer, you may have set a password for your user account. If you did, you willanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows 8: Out of the Box|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2012-10-01|