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With this video, Andy Rathbone, best-selling author of Windows 8 For Dummies, shows you step by step how to use every new feature of Windows 8. Tackle the all-new Start screen, use the Charms bar, organize and launch apps, and then connect to the Internet, manage the Windows Mail app, and add your social media accounts. Toss in networking, security, and how to manage photos, video, and music, and you have the ultimate show-and-tell!
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• Launch apps from the Start screen
• Locate and use the desktop
• Customize Windows security
• Use the newest Internet Explorer
• Set up a home network
• Play music and videos
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|Section 1: Getting Started with Windows 8|
What’s New in Windows 8Preview
Windows 8 on a TabletPreview
Using the Windows 8 Help SystemPreview
Creating a Microsoft Account
Setting Up Windows 8
Logging Off and Shutting Down
|Section 2: The Windows 8 Start Screen|
Accessing Your Account
Accessing the Charm Bar
Viewing and Arranging Apps
Organizing Your Apps
|Section 3: Windows 8’s Desktop|
Finding the Desktop
Basic Windows Mechanics
Changing the Look
Browsing your PC Files
Working From the Taskbar
Adding Favorites and Shortcuts
|Section 4: Working with Apps and Files|
Choosing A Default App
Opening and Saving a Document
Installing an App
Finding Lost Files and Apps
Working with a Printer
Working With Flash Drives
Using Microsoft SkyDrive
|Section 5: Getting Things Done Online|
Connecting To The Internet
Navigating the Internet with Internet Explorer
Finding Things on the Internet
Saving Info From the Internet
Windows 8 E-mail Options
Adding your Social Media
Managing Windows’ Mail App
|Section 6: Customizing Windows 8|
Accessing the Control Panel
Changing Windows 8’s Appearance and Other Settings
Adding and Removing Programs
Modifying Windows 8 for Accessibility
Backing Up Your PC
Creating User Accounts
|Section 7: Windows 8 Networking|
Setting Up a Network
Setting Up a Homegroup
Sharing Access Across a Network
Sharing a Printer
|Section 8: Managing Your Photos|
Taking Photos with the Camera App
|Section 9: Playing Music and Video|
Using the Music App
Desktop Media Player
Stocking Your Music Library
Controlling Now Playing
Playing Songs and Videos and Internet Radio
Copying and Creating CDs
|Section 10: The Part of Tens|
Ten (or so) Solutions to Problems
Ten (or so) Helpful Windows Apps
Ten Tips for Laptops and Tablets
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