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13. Windows 10 Cloud

Windows 10 allows you to sign in using an Outlook account. By doing this, Windows synchronizes your documents, contacts, and other things to the cloud. To sign in with Outlook, follow these steps −Step 1 − Go to SETTINGS and choose Accounts.Step…
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12. Quick Actions

Quick Actions are a set of tiles that give you access to frequently used settings and tasks (like Wi-Fi connection, or screen brightness).Most of the actions can be configured simply by clicking or tapping on the tile. Additional settings…
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11. Action Center

Windows 10 features a new way to present notifications. You can see them in the Notification Area in the lower-right corner of your screen. Clicking the Notification icon will bring up a sidebar called the ACTION CENTER.The upper…
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10. Cortana - Your Personal Assistant

Cortana is Microsoft’s intelligent personal assistant. It is included in Windows 10, as well as with other Microsoft systems and devices like Windows Phones and Xbox, among others.Cortana will help you find things in your computer, set…
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9. All new Tablet Mode

The Tablet Mode is a new feature in Windows 10, which allows the user to switch the system interface, whenever a tablet is detached from a base or dock. When the Tablet Mode activates, the Start Menu goes full-screen. During Tablet Mode, many…
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8. Taskbar

The Windows 10 taskbar sits at the bottom of the screen giving the user access to the Start Menu, as well as the icons of frequently used applications. On the right-side, the Taskbar features the Notification Area which informs the user of different…
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7. All New Start Menu

The Start Menu is the main point of access to your applications. There are two main ways to open it −Step 1 − Use your mouse to click Windows icon in the lower-left corner of the taskbar.Step 2 − Press the Windows key on…
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6. Navigation

To navigate your Windows, you can simply type what you are looking for on the Taskbar search. It can be the name of a document or application, or just any information you are looking for. Start Menu If you are looking for a specific application,…
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5. GUI Basics

Once you get to the Windows Desktop screen, here are some basic features you will see.One of the most important parts of your Desktop is the Taskbar. By default, it sits at the bottom of your screen giving you access to the Start Menu,…
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4. Getting Started

After you have installed or upgraded your Windows, you will get a Welcome Screen with the time and date. Just click anywhere to go to the User Accounts Screen.This screen lets you choose which user you want to log in to from the lower-left…