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This new edition covers the Fall Creators Update to Windows 10.
Whether you have a traditional PC or a souped-up tablet with a touch screen, Windows 10 In Depth is just the guide you need to get through the learning curve and become a Windows 10 expert. The authors of Windows 10 In Depth have scaled the steepest part of the learning curve for you, and give you great guidance from the first page to the last, from your first hour with Windows 10, to long-term management and maintenance tasks.
This book is a reference with a great number of step-by-step procedures that take a Windows user through even the most complex configuration and management tasks. The book starts with an overview of what makes Windows 10 so different from previous - and often hated - versions of Windows, takes the reader on a guided tour of the most important interface changes and offers a bunch of critical tips and tricks, then delves into more advanced configuration and maintenance tasks. The later chapters of the book are usually seen as reference material, to be used when those hard-to-understand management tasks come up in the future.
This book is part of Que's Content Update Program (CUP), which provides content updates to certain books for major technology changes.
Part I: Starting Out with Windows 10
1 Meet Windows 10
2 Installing or Upgrading Windows 10
3 Your First Hour with Windows 10
Part II: Using Windows 10
4 Using the Windows 10 Interface
5 Metro Apps and the App Store
6 Managing Files and Searching
7 Devices and Printers
8 Gadgets and Accessories
Part III: Multimedia and Imaging
9 Windows Media Player
10 Windows Media Center
11 Windows and Imaging Devices
12 Scanning and Faxing
13 More Windows 10 Media Tools
Part IV: Windows 10 and the Internet
14 Getting Connected
15 Using Internet Explorer
16 Windows 10 Internet Communications
17 Troubleshooting an Internet Connection
Part V: Networking
18 Creating a Windows Network
19 Multi-connected Networks
20 Connecting Your Network to the Internet
21 Using a Windows Network
22 Troubleshooting Your Network
Part VI: Maintaining Windows 10
23 Windows Management Tools
24 Tweaking and Customizing Windows
25 Managing Hard Disks and Storage Spaces
26 Troubleshooting and Repairing Problems
27 Managing Your Software
28 Managing Your Hardware
29 Editing the Windows Registry
30 Command-Line and Automation Tools
Part VII: Security
31 Protecting Windows From Viruses and Spyware
32 Protecting your Data from Loss and Theft
33 Protecting Your Network from Hackers and the Government
34 Protecting Yourself from Fraud and Spam
Part VIII: Windows on the Move
35 Windows Reimagined for Mobile Devices
36 Wireless Networking
37 Computing on the Road
38 Meetings, Conferencing, and Collaboration
39 Remote Desktop and Remote Access
B Command Line Utilities