Windows 10 All-In-One For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 14, 2016 - Computers - 1008 pages
The most comprehensive guide to Windows 10, updated with the latest enhancements

If you're new to Windows 10 and want an authoritative and accessible guide to the basics of the widely used operating system, Windows 10 All-in-One For Dummies is the book for you. Written by trusted Windows expert Woody Leonhard, this freshly updated guide cuts through the jargon and covers everything you need to know, including navigating the start menu, personalizing your Windows experience, maximizing Windows apps, and managing security.

Windows 10 All-in-One For Dummies includes all the guidance you need to make the most of this latest update of Windows. It shows you how to set up multiple user accounts, create a Homegroup for easy sharing between devices, backup your files, and troubleshoot common problems.

  • Covers all the new features and latest enhancements to Windows 10
  • Makes upgrading to the latest version easier than ever
  • Lets you work with apps like a pro
  • Includes tons of tips on protecting your computer, data, privacy, and identity

Whether you use Windows 10 for business, fun and games, or staying in touch with family and friends, Windows 10 All-in-One For Dummies makes it easy.


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fire everyone from windows 8 forward and rehire the win 7 crew back..I cannot even figure out how to print a cocument with this pos. sorry for the frustration.
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Table of Contents
Which Version?
Getting Around in Windows
Working with
Controlling Users
Microsoft Account To Sync or
Running Your Desktop from Start
Personalizing the Start Menu
Zooming the Photos App
Noting OneNote
Maps Music Movies and
Introducing Edge
Using Skype in Windows 10
Settings Settings and More
Storing in Storage Spaces
Getting the Most from

Personalizing the Desktop
Working with Multiple Desktops
Internet Explorer Chrome
Hey Cortana
Using the Mail and Calendar Apps
Keeping Track of People
File History Backup Data
Securing Windows 10Securing Windows 10
Using Your iPad and iPhone with
Wrangling EBook Files
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Woody Leonhard's online presence runs from the Woody on Windows column for InfoWorld to his own (opinionated!) blog at He's won an unprecedented eight Computer Press Awards and two Jesse Neal awards. Woody's posts reach 5 million people a month, and more than 1 million have used his books to tame the beasts in Windows. Woody is a fiercely independent fighter for everyday Windows users.

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