Windows 10 in easy steps - Special Edition, 2nd Edition

Covers the Creators Update
by Mike McGrath

Publisher: In Easy Steps

Series: In Easy Steps

Publication Date: July 04, 2017

ISBN: 9781840787856

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Windows 10 in easy steps – Special Edition, 2nd Edition is a comprehensive, yet concise guide that will walk you through Windows 10 basics so that you're up and running in no time. Then, in easy steps, it'll gently guide you through advanced features to help you venture further and get more from Windows 10.

Install/upgrade the right Windows 10 release for you
Master the new interface, desktop and the Start menu
Learn to use the great new features in the Creators Update, including 3D and mixed reality, game broadcasting, connecting to people faster, and much more
Find, download and use key apps for work and for fun
Utilize internet and cloud facilities such as OneDrive
Enjoy Microsoft Edge, the new innovative web browser
Take control of your devices and printers
Save time – use the Search feature and Cortana
Create and monitor your home network
Organize and share your files safely
Keep your Windows 10 working smoothly & efficiently
Explore Windows Registry, file encryption, PowerShell, and more, all at your own pace

This guide also includes a chapter on troubleshooting so it'll serve as a key reference point for the future – a great investment for all Windows 10 users!

Some of the great new features that feature in this second edition of Windows 10 in easy steps - Special Edition are:

NEW - Paint 3D application to work with and create 3D models

NEW - My People feature to prioritize sharing
Edge web browser gets tab previews and blocks Flash by default
Cortana digital assistant is extended to understand more commands
Mail app is much improved with better options and performance
Windows Update gets options to provide more control
Privacy Settings gets options to provide more control
PowerShell is now the default shell instead of Command Prompt
Settings are extended and now favored over Control Panel
Action Center ...