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How did we get here?
Windows 8 was released in 10/2012. It was mainly for mobile
devices.
Windows 10 was released in 7/201...
Help! My Computer upgraded from Windows 7/8.1 to Windows 10 without my
permission.
Go to this article to roll back to Wind...
Windows 10 login screen.
The desktop and Task Bar are still in the same place.
What’s new in
Windows 10?
The Start Menu is back! 
You can access your files, programs and apps (including most used and recently added),
the setti...
Click on the Windows button then All apps to get to
all of your apps. They are in alphabetical order.
Tile Folders in the Start Menu
You can right click on an app and unpin it, resize it, uninstall it ,pin it to your task bar,
etc.
You can pin apps, folders, email accounts, contacts, and settings to the
start menu by right clicking on the thing you wan...
You can resize the start menu by dragging on it.
To shut off your computer click on the windows button, click on Power, then click on
Shut down.
You can create shortcuts to the desktop by dragging the program from tiles or All apps
to the desktop.
Windows Explorer - File Explorer (Windows 10)
My Computer – This PC (Windows 8)
My Documents – Libraries (Windows 7)
New t...
File Ribbon
Home Ribbon
You can save, open, and delete files the same way you always have in older
editions of Windows.
Share Ribbon
Cortana
Cortana is Microsoft’s version of Apple’s SIRI and Google’s Google
Now (Hello Google). She is named after the assi...
Type
your
search in
the box.
You can use Hey Cortana, like hey Google, ok Siri, or Alexa, to start using
Cortana.
You can go in to Cortana’s Settings to change her settings.
Cortana can help you Pick up where you left off if you switch Windows 10 devices in
the middle of doing something.
Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge is Microsoft’s new Web Browser. It replaces Internet Explorer
Adobe Flash content is now blocked as default on Microsoft Edge
You can read epub ebooks without
DRM in Microsoft Edge.
You can buy ebooks in the
Microsoft Store.
Action Center
To get to the Action Center click on the Notifications Button in the lower
right hand corner of the screen. ...
Settings
Settings takes the place of the control panel.
System has settings for display, Notifications & actions, Power & sleep,
Storage, Tablet mode, Multitasking, Projecting to...
Devices has settings for your devices. Bluetooth, usb, etc. Printers and
scanners, Mouse, Typing, Pen & Windows Ink, AutoP...
Adding a device and all of the devices are now all in one place
Network and Internet have settings for Status, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Dial-up, VPN,
Airplane mode, Mobile hotspot, Data usage, P...
Personalization has settings for the Background, Colors of the windows etc, Lock
screen, Themes, Start menu, Taskbar.
Apps has settings for Apps & features, Default apps, Offline maps,
and Apps for websites.
Accounts has settings for Your info, Email & app accounts, Sign-in
options, Access work or school, Family & other people, ...
Time & language has settings for Date & time, Region & language, and
Speech.
Gaming has settings for the Game bar, Game DVR, Broadcasting, and Game
Mode.
Ease of Access has settings for Narrator, Magnifier, High contrast, Closed captions,
Keyboard, Mouse, Other options.
Privacy has settings for the privacy of different parts of your computer.
Update & security has settings for Windows Update, Windows Defender, Backup,
Troubleshooting, Recovery, Activation, Find M...
All updates are now mandatory. You cannot choose what updates to
download and updates are automatically downloaded.
You can now restart your computer or pick a different time or
snooze so it will install the updates later.
Windows Defender Security Center
You can get to the Control
Panel by searching for it in
the windows menu or with
Cortana.
Apps - Windows 10 comes with several apps installed.
Movies
& TV
Photos
Maps
Groove
Music
You can buy apps, games, music, and movies and tv shows, and books through the
Microsoft Store. You can purchase these wit...
Do a search for the program, show, movie, music, or book you wish to look for.
Then click on the item you want.
Then click on get or the price or the item. Get is free. The price is the price of
the app. You can pay with a Windows Sto...
Free apps can have in-app purchases
Look at the rating of the app and their reviews before you buy it.
Windows 10 Apps
Wunderlist, Evernote, OneNote,
Dropbox
Netflix, Hulu, Plex, Kodi
Pandora, Spotify
Facebook, Twitter, Insta...
You can get to tasks in task view by clicking on the Tasks View
button. Or you can also still click on the icon of the pro...
You can click on Task View, then New desktop to create a new desktop, or to get to another desktop
that you have already c...
What did they take away in Windows 10?
Windows Media Center
Can be replaced by Kodi, Plex, or MediaPortal.
Gadgets
Can be ...
My Computer has Windows 7 or Windows 8.
How do I upgrade to Windows 10?
Click on the Get Windows 10 Button, then click on ...
What’s new Windows Creators
Update - 4/11/17
Windows Ink
Augmented Reality - enables users to
view the real world around t...
Windows Ink - add text to maps, pictures, videos
Windows ink also lets you draw on
Microsoft Edge, Pictures, Maps,
Word, Sticky Notes, OneNote, and
other apps that are ava...
Paint gets 3D
3D Builder
Getting ready for virtual reality. VR headsets and apps from
the Microsoft Store will be available in the future. Also, VR...
Mixed Reality - offers an opportunity to merge the real and
virtual, enables the brand to become a part of the user’s
expe...
Windows Hello lets you sign in to your Windows 10 computer with a fingerprint
scanner or face recognition
Microsoft Wallet. Like Apple Pay, Google Wallet, and PayPal.
What’s Next?
4/20/17 Microsoft announced that major updates
will be released on March and September.
Windows will probably...
Fall Update in Sept 2017 Codename Redstone 3
My People - Originally planned for Redstone 2, My People is a new social feat...
Windows 10 Resources
http://www.hooksettlibrary.org/2015/07/28/tech-it-out-all-things-windows-10/
http://windows.wonderhow...
Windows 8 Resources
Windows 8
https://sites.google.com/a/nypl.org/techconnect/course-
materials/windows8basics
Windows 8
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  1. 1. How did we get here? Windows 8 was released in 10/2012. It was mainly for mobile devices. Windows 10 was released in 7/2015. Back to Computer/Laptop users. Windows 10 November Update – 11/12/15 Windows 10 Anniversary Update – 8/2/16 Windows 10 Creators Update – 4/11/17
  2. 2. Help! My Computer upgraded from Windows 7/8.1 to Windows 10 without my permission. Go to this article to roll back to Windows 7/8.1 if it upgraded to Windows 10 without your permission. Windows 7 will be supported until 1/14/2020. http://www.infoworld.com/article/3043526/microsoft-windows/microsoft-upgraded- users-to-windows-10-without-their-ok.html Or do a Factory Reset. Go to Office Max, Best Buy, or Data Doctors if need help.
  3. 3. Windows 10 login screen.
  4. 4. The desktop and Task Bar are still in the same place.
  5. 5. What’s new in Windows 10?
  6. 6. The Start Menu is back!  You can access your files, programs and apps (including most used and recently added), the settings, and turn off your computer.
  7. 7. Click on the Windows button then All apps to get to all of your apps. They are in alphabetical order.
  8. 8. Tile Folders in the Start Menu
  9. 9. You can right click on an app and unpin it, resize it, uninstall it ,pin it to your task bar, etc.
  10. 10. You can pin apps, folders, email accounts, contacts, and settings to the start menu by right clicking on the thing you want to pin and then click on the Pin to Start Option. You can also do this for websites in Edge, and notes in OneNote.
  11. 11. You can resize the start menu by dragging on it.
  12. 12. To shut off your computer click on the windows button, click on Power, then click on Shut down.
  13. 13. You can create shortcuts to the desktop by dragging the program from tiles or All apps to the desktop.
  14. 14. Windows Explorer - File Explorer (Windows 10) My Computer – This PC (Windows 8) My Documents – Libraries (Windows 7) New to Windows 10
  15. 15. File Ribbon
  16. 16. Home Ribbon You can save, open, and delete files the same way you always have in older editions of Windows.
  17. 17. Share Ribbon
  18. 18. Cortana Cortana is Microsoft’s version of Apple’s SIRI and Google’s Google Now (Hello Google). She is named after the assistant to the Master Chief in the computer game Halo. You can ask her questions, set reminders or alarms, create calendar events, check the weather or time, or search for programs, files, directions, or the web,
  19. 19. Type your search in the box.
  20. 20. You can use Hey Cortana, like hey Google, ok Siri, or Alexa, to start using Cortana.
  21. 21. You can go in to Cortana’s Settings to change her settings.
  22. 22. Cortana can help you Pick up where you left off if you switch Windows 10 devices in the middle of doing something.
  23. 23. Microsoft Edge Microsoft Edge is Microsoft’s new Web Browser. It replaces Internet Explorer
  24. 24. Adobe Flash content is now blocked as default on Microsoft Edge
  25. 25. You can read epub ebooks without DRM in Microsoft Edge. You can buy ebooks in the Microsoft Store.
  26. 26. Action Center To get to the Action Center click on the Notifications Button in the lower right hand corner of the screen. You can get to the settings, notifications etc. through the action center.
  27. 27. Settings Settings takes the place of the control panel.
  28. 28. System has settings for display, Notifications & actions, Power & sleep, Storage, Tablet mode, Multitasking, Projecting to this PC, Shared experiences, About.
  29. 29. Devices has settings for your devices. Bluetooth, usb, etc. Printers and scanners, Mouse, Typing, Pen & Windows Ink, AutoPlay, USB.
  30. 30. Adding a device and all of the devices are now all in one place
  31. 31. Network and Internet have settings for Status, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Dial-up, VPN, Airplane mode, Mobile hotspot, Data usage, Proxy.
  32. 32. Personalization has settings for the Background, Colors of the windows etc, Lock screen, Themes, Start menu, Taskbar.
  33. 33. Apps has settings for Apps & features, Default apps, Offline maps, and Apps for websites.
  34. 34. Accounts has settings for Your info, Email & app accounts, Sign-in options, Access work or school, Family & other people, Sync your settings.
  35. 35. Time & language has settings for Date & time, Region & language, and Speech.
  36. 36. Gaming has settings for the Game bar, Game DVR, Broadcasting, and Game Mode.
  37. 37. Ease of Access has settings for Narrator, Magnifier, High contrast, Closed captions, Keyboard, Mouse, Other options.
  38. 38. Privacy has settings for the privacy of different parts of your computer.
  39. 39. Update & security has settings for Windows Update, Windows Defender, Backup, Troubleshooting, Recovery, Activation, Find My Device, For developers, and Windows Insider Program.
  40. 40. All updates are now mandatory. You cannot choose what updates to download and updates are automatically downloaded.
  41. 41. You can now restart your computer or pick a different time or snooze so it will install the updates later.
  42. 42. Windows Defender Security Center
  43. 43. You can get to the Control Panel by searching for it in the windows menu or with Cortana.
  44. 44. Apps - Windows 10 comes with several apps installed. Movies & TV Photos Maps Groove Music
  45. 45. You can buy apps, games, music, and movies and tv shows, and books through the Microsoft Store. You can purchase these with a credit card or a Microsoft Store Gift Card. Click on the icon with the shopping bag with the windows symbol on it to get to the store. Microsoft Store
  46. 46. Do a search for the program, show, movie, music, or book you wish to look for. Then click on the item you want.
  47. 47. Then click on get or the price or the item. Get is free. The price is the price of the app. You can pay with a Windows Store Gift Card. You don’t have to give them a credit card number.
  48. 48. Free apps can have in-app purchases
  49. 49. Look at the rating of the app and their reviews before you buy it.
  50. 50. Windows 10 Apps Wunderlist, Evernote, OneNote, Dropbox Netflix, Hulu, Plex, Kodi Pandora, Spotify Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, FourSquare Ebay, Amazon Nook, Kindle, Overdrive Duolingo Skype Microsoft Solitaire, Microsoft Mahjohg, Minesweeper
  51. 51. You can get to tasks in task view by clicking on the Tasks View button. Or you can also still click on the icon of the program in the task bar you want to switch to.
  52. 52. You can click on Task View, then New desktop to create a new desktop, or to get to another desktop that you have already created.
  53. 53. What did they take away in Windows 10? Windows Media Center Can be replaced by Kodi, Plex, or MediaPortal. Gadgets Can be replaced by 8GadgetPack or Sidebar by gadgetsrevived.com.
  54. 54. My Computer has Windows 7 or Windows 8. How do I upgrade to Windows 10? Click on the Get Windows 10 Button, then click on Get Windows 10, then Download now. Then restart your computer when it’s ready and it will upgrade to Windows 10 You can purchase Windows 10. Run the Windows Updates to your computer to make sure you have the latest updates for your computer.
  55. 55. What’s new Windows Creators Update - 4/11/17 Windows Ink Augmented Reality - enables users to view the real world around them, with an added layer of information or interaction digitally overlaid – it’s generally achieved without a headset, with mobiles and tablets often being used – and has generated some fun viral marketing campaigns as brands have enabled their customers to unlock interactive content on their devices. PokemonGo, Snapchat, & Windows Ink are examples if this.
  56. 56. Windows Ink - add text to maps, pictures, videos
  57. 57. Windows ink also lets you draw on Microsoft Edge, Pictures, Maps, Word, Sticky Notes, OneNote, and other apps that are available in the Microsoft Store
  58. 58. Paint gets 3D
  59. 59. 3D Builder
  60. 60. Getting ready for virtual reality. VR headsets and apps from the Microsoft Store will be available in the future. Also, VR content on Websites in Edge. Virtual Reality enables users to see and “move” through a virtual environment, it’s a completely immersive experience which shuts out external stimuli through the headset.
  61. 61. Mixed Reality - offers an opportunity to merge the real and virtual, enables the brand to become a part of the user’s experience rather than a redundant bystander. Instead of a virtual venue tour, MR facilitates a guided virtual venue tour, instead of showcasing a completely simulated version of a product, MR enables the real-life product to be displayed with additional data or animation overlaid, providing a deep-dive behind the circuitry to explain the inner workings for example. Example : a Roller Coaster.
  62. 62. Windows Hello lets you sign in to your Windows 10 computer with a fingerprint scanner or face recognition
  63. 63. Microsoft Wallet. Like Apple Pay, Google Wallet, and PayPal.
  64. 64. What’s Next? 4/20/17 Microsoft announced that major updates will be released on March and September. Windows will probably stay Windows 10 and name Updates differently like OS10 which is now on OS version 10.12-Sierra. Regular updates will still come out the 2nd Tuesday of every month. 5/2/17 Microsoft announced Windows 10 S that only runs apps from the Microsoft Store. Microsoft Build Conference May 10- May 12 in Seattle.
  65. 65. Fall Update in Sept 2017 Codename Redstone 3 My People - Originally planned for Redstone 2, My People is a new social feature being built into Redstone 3 that will allow you to pin your favorite contacts to your taskbar for easy access recent conversations, emails, contact details and more. You'll be able to share files directly to a contact on your taskbar, collaborate in documents and keep in touch no matter where you are in the operating system. Cortana Speaker Devices – Speakers like Amazon Echo and Google Home run by Cortana. Cortana gets own settings page. Timeline - This feature will present on-screen cards showing recent and past activity, and, like several new features in Fall Creators, will work across your devices. Any Android or iOS device can include apps that talk to the Microsoft Graph, which then informs your PC about an activity to which you may want to return. VR Headsets – Holidays http://www.pcworld.com/article/3196367/windows/the-windows-10-fall-creators- updates-best-new-features.html#slide13 http://www.pcmag.com/article/353645/windows-10-fall-creators-update-7-things-to- check-out
  66. 66. Windows 10 Resources http://www.hooksettlibrary.org/2015/07/28/tech-it-out-all-things-windows-10/ http://windows.wonderhowto.com/inspiration/everything-you-need-disable- windows-10-0163552/ http://reviews.gizmodo.com/windows-10-the-gizmodo-review- 1720872266?rev=1438193636798 http://www.cnet.com/pictures/8-windows-10-settings-you-should-change-right- away/ http://lifehacker.com/everything-you-need-to-know-about-windows-10- 1642066771 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/getstarted-whatsnew-cortana https://www.denverlibrary.org/ctc/windows-10-q http://www.gcflearnfree.org/windows10 https://www.gailstoolkit.com/basics https://www.digitallearn.org/courses/using-a-pc-windows-10 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/getstarted-whatsnew http://www.windowscentral.com/windows-10-redstone-3 Replacements for software not in Windows 10 http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2485170,00.asp Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48716
  67. 67. Windows 8 Resources Windows 8 https://sites.google.com/a/nypl.org/techconnect/course- materials/windows8basics Windows 8 http://denverlibrary.org/files/Windows%208%20101%20handout_0.pdf Windows 8 http://www.gcflearnfree.org/windows8 Handouts http://www.slideshare.net/cat509/windows10- 57416263

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