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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. It will get you through the learning curve to 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.
In addition, this Web Edition is part of Que’s Content Update Program. As Microsoft updates features of Windows 10, sections of this Web Edition will be updated or new sections will be added to match the updates to the software.
Authors Brian Knittel and Paul McFedries have more than 50 combined years of experience as Windows and technology experts, and writers.
Knittel is a software developer, consultant, and writer. He has authored or coauthored many of Que’s best-selling Windows books, including Que’s leading Windows books, Windows 8.1 In Depth, Windows 7 In Depth, and Special Edition Using Microsoft Windows. Brian is also the author of Windows XP Under the Hood and Windows 7 and Vista Guide to Scripting, Automation, and Command Line Tools. In addition, Brian coauthored Upgrading and Repairing Microsoft Windows with Scott Mueller.
McFedries is the author of more than 85 computer books that have sold more than 4 million copies worldwide. His recent titles include the Sams Publishing books Microsoft Windows 7 Un-leashed and Microsoft Windows Home Server 2011 Unleashed as well as the Que Publishing books Fixing Your Computer Absolute Beginner's Guide, Microsoft Excel 2013 Formulas and Functions, My Office 2013 RT, and PCs for Grownups. He is the co-author of Windows 8 In Depth and Windows 8.1 In Depth, with Brian Knittel.
In this book, Knittel and McFedries will:
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 and Imaging Devices
11 Scanning and Faxing
12 More Windows 10 Media Tools
Part IV: Windows 10 and the Internet
13 Getting Connected
14 Using Internet Explorer 12
15 Windows 10 Internet Communications
16 Troubleshooting an Internet Connection
Part V: Networking
17 Creating a Windows Network
18 Multi-connected Networks
19 Connecting Your Network to the Internet
20 Using a Windows Network
21 Troubleshooting Your Network
Part VI: Maintaining Windows 10
22 Windows Management Tools
23 Tweaking and Customizing Windows
24 Managing Hard Disks and Storage Spaces
25 Troubleshooting and Repairing Problems
26 Managing Your Software
27 Managing Your Hardware
28 Editing the Windows Registry
29 Command-Line and Automation Tools
Part VII: Security
30 Protecting Windows From Viruses and Spyware
31 Protecting your Data from Loss and Theft
32 Protecting Your Network from Hackers and the Government
33 Protecting Yourself from Fraud and Spam
Part VIII: Windows on the Move
34 Windows Reimagined for Mobile Devices
35 Wireless Networking
36 Computing on the Road
37 Meetings, Conferencing, and Collaboration
38 Remote Desktop and Remote Access
B Command Line Utilities