Video – Windows 8.1 Basic Desktop Navigation

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Video – Windows 8.1 Basic Desktop Navigation

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Added by May 5, 2014

In this video, instructor Steve Fullmer walks us through the desktop navigation of Windows 8.1.

Topics covered:

  • Lock Screen
  • Start Screen
    • Tiles (Metro/Modern apps)
    • Swipe
    • Desktop
    • Windows Key – touch screen and mouse
    • Hot Corners
      • Start Pearl
      • Charms Bar
      • Account logout
  • Universal Search
    • Typing
    • Charm
    • (Categories)
    • Internet search
    • Control Panel vs Store apps and charms
      • Printing from Apps
      • Switching between apps
      • Closing Apps
  • Store Apps
    • Improved & Expanded
    • Context sensitivity
    • Inactivity Timers
    • Tile Sizes
    • Configuration
    • Alt-Click (Right Click)
    • Desktop focus vs Start menu
      • Internet Explorer
      • System testing and tools

 

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