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Windows7 mini10netbook

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  • 1. DER NETBOOKS AND WINDOWS TIPS Lena Arena Project Coordinator, DER NSW – Sydney Region 9582 2851 [email_address]
  • 2. THINGS TO REMEMBER…
    • Log onto the DER netbooks using:
      • [email_address]
    • Password is your Portal password
    • Access the internet using your usual portal username and password
    • After changing passwords, you must connect the DER netbook to the DET network using a network cable the first time you log on for the password to be re-set for the netbooks
    • Always run the battery down completely before re-charging to get the most out of the battery
  • 3. SAVING POWER
    • Turn wireless off when not needed
    • Reduce brightness of screen (Fn +  )
    • Have a static background (not a slide show)
    • Use sleep mode between activities and classes
  • 4. IDEAPAD S10E
  • 5. Plug in a bigger monitor Plug in a full size keyboard and mouse
  • 6. On = Power on Flashing = Sleeping Orange = Charging Blue = Charged Off = Running on battery On = Wireless enabled This button turns wireless on and off
  • 7. THINKPAD MINI 10
  • 8. MANAGE WIRELESS CONNECTIONS Fn F5
  • 9. CAMERA AND MICROPHONE SETTINGS Fn F6
  • 10. SLEEP MODE
    • Press Fn+ F4 keys for Sleep mode
    • Sleep mode is also called Standby mode
    • All data is kept in memory
    • Power load reduces and saves energy
    • Computer resumes from sleep mode faster and at the same place when sleep started
    • Light indicates computer is in sleep mode (computer beeps)
    • Press On button to ‘wake’ computer from sleep
    Fn F4
  • 11. SOME DISPLAY FEATURES OF WINDOWS 7 Click Alt + tab to switch between open applications Click + tab to switch between open applications with style
  • 12. WINDOWS 7 TIPS Type in here to find what you are looking for quickly
  • 13. MORE WINDOWS 7 TIPS Hover mouse over icons in task bar to preview what is open
  • 14. WINDOWS 7 TIPS Hover mouse over the rectangle on the bottom right corner to preview the desktop. Click it to minimise all windows. Click again to restore. Hide/ShowDesktop Press home/windows key and spacebar to do the same
  • 15. WINDOWS 7 TIPS Right click on the icon of the program to pin it to the taskbar if you use it often
  • 16. WINDOWS 7 TIPS 1. Right-click on the name of the program in the Start menu 2. Select Pin to Taskbar OR Pin to Start Menu
  • 17. WINDOWS 7 TIPS Dragging a window to the far right side or far left side of the screen will make it snap to half the screen size so you can compare documents side by side. Keyboard shortcuts : Home/Windows + left arrow key Home/Windows + right arrow key
  • 18. GADGETS Right click on the desktop to install gadgets or personalise the desktop
  • 19. CHANGING THE DESKTOP BACKGROUND Right click on the desktop to personalise the desktop background image. Click Personalise
  • 20. HIDING THE TASKBAR Right-click in the Taskbar and Select Properties Tick Auto-hide the taskbar. Click OK
  • 21. TAKING SCREEN SNAPSHOTS
    • Use Home/Windows + S to take a screen shot of the desktop or any open application
    • The snapshot can be copied to a section of a Microsoft OneNote notebook OR copied to the clipboard to insert into another document.
    • OR
    • Use the Snipping Tool from the Start menu so the image can be copied or saved as an image file (e.g. JPG) to use in other applications