Teach Yourself VISUALLY Windows 8by Paul McFedries
If you learn more quickly when you can see how things are done, this Visual guide is the easiest way to get up and running on Windows 8. It covers more than 150 essential Windows tasks, using full-color screen shots and step-by-step instructions to show you just what to do. Learn your/b>
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A practical guide for visual learners eager to get started with Windows 8
If you learn more quickly when you can see how things are done, this Visual guide is the easiest way to get up and running on Windows 8. It covers more than 150 essential Windows tasks, using full-color screen shots and step-by-step instructions to show you just what to do. Learn your way around the interface and how to install programs, set up user accounts, play music and other media files, download photos from your digital camera, go online, set up and secure an e-mail account, and much more.
- The tried-and-true format for visual learners, using step-by-step instructions illustrated with full-color screen shots to show exactly how things are done
- More than 600,000 copies of previous Teach Yourself VISUALLY books on Windows have been sold
- Shows how to perform more than 150 Windows 8 tasks, including working with files, digital images, and media; customizing Windows; optimizing performance; and sharing a computer with multiple users
- Covers installing and repairing applications, system maintenance, setting up password-protected accounts, downloading photos to your computer, and managing media files
Teach Yourself VISUALLY Windows 8 is the fastest, easiest way for visual learners to get going with the newest version of Windows.
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I was disappointed with this purchase. I've always liked the Teach Yourself Visually books, but this one is difficult to use. It is focused on the touch screen, but I want to use the mouse and keyboard. I feel I'm left to "figure it out" myself. That's not what I bought the book for.