Kevin Wilson

Exploring Windows 10 May 2020 Edition

Updated to cover the May 2020 Update, also known as Version 2004 and 20H1.  Exploring Windows 10 is the essential guide for those who want to get to grips with the fundamentals of Microsoft Windows 10. Written in a clear and practical way using illustrations, screenshots, video demos, and easy to follow instructions, Exploring Windows 10 will help you:

Install or upgrade to Windows 10 May 2020 update

Master the key features of Windows 10

Find your way around the Desktop, Start Menu, and the Taskbar

Organise your files with File Explorer

Learn about external drives, flash drives, and memory cards

Learn to use Action Centre, Timeline, and Cloud Clipboard

Search the web with the Microsoft Edge Browser

Keep in touch using email and skype video chat

Organise, enhance, and share your photos with the Photos App

Create home movies with your video clips, photos 3D models, effects, and music to share with friends

Have fun with 3D models and Paint 3D

Listen to your favourite music with Spotify and Groove Music App

Learn how to watch your favourite TV programs and films using the Films & TV App

Play your DVD collection on your PC

Learn about apps, find and download them

Understand how Cloud storage with OneDrive works, and use it for free storage and sharing files

Try out the new Cortana experience, the voice-activated Personal Digital Assistant who can perform searches on your computer or the web, and actions like opening apps or documents, or setting reminders. As well as a new chat style feature.

Use the Cloud Restore feature

And a whole lot more…

In addition, you will learn how to make the most of the new features of Windows 10 with clear explanations and video demos to help you along the way. Finally, maintenance tips to help you keep your PC running smoothly complete this invaluable guide. You'll want to keep this edition handy as you make your way around the new OS.
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