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    • “ Using the Computer Desktop” By Mr. Jarrett K-4 Computer Lab
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • The desktop is what you see on the screen once you log in .
      • When you see the desktop , your computer is ready to use.
    • Do you see a “desktop” on this computer? Is it ready to use?
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • The desktop has four main parts:
        • Icons
        • Start Button
        • Taskbar
        • System Tray
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • The pictures on the desktop are called icons .
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • Icons are how you run programs on your computer.
    • These are Icons
    • Double-clicking the icon runs the program. Click the picture, not the words.
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • The Start Button is
      • another way to run programs.
      • When you click it, you see a menu . Menus give choices.
      • Only click the Start Button once.
    • This is the “Start” button.
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • The Taskbar is a place where programs “go” when they are running.
    • This is the Taskbar. It is empty because no programs are running.
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • The System Tray is a special area where we see:
        • The clock
        • Other icons for programs running in the “background”
    • This is the System Tray.
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop”
      • The desktop has four main parts:
        • Icons
        • Start Button
        • Taskbar
        • System Tray
      • Can you find them?
    • What’s this?
    • ICON!
    • What’s this?
    • START BUTTON!
    • What’s this?
    • TASK BAR!
    • What’s this?
    • SYSTEM TRAY!
    • “ Using the Computer Desktop” By Mr. Jarrett K-4 Computer Lab