How use a computer
If you're using a desktop computer, you'll need to make sure that the keyboard, mouse, and monitor are plugged into the computer case before you continue.
How to operate a computer
This process is called booting up, and it can take anywhere from 15 seconds to several minutes. Review our lesson on Setting Up a Computer to learn how. If you're using a desktop computer, you'll need to make sure that the keyboard, mouse, and monitor are plugged into the computer case before you continue. You will often interact with the computer by moving the mouse pointer over something on the computer screen, then clicking one of the buttons. The most commonly used commands in a program will be represented by buttons. Add these new shortcuts to the wealth of existing ones available in previous editions of the Windows operating system and you can control much of the operational capabilities of your company's computers via the keyboard alone. The vast amount of information and possibilities can be overwhelming. It's in a different place on every computer, but it will have the universal power button symbol shown below. Press "Alt-Left arrow" to move backward or "Alt-Right arrow" to move forward within Web browsers and some presentation software. A button is a command that performs a specific function within an application. Microsoft introduced a number of new keyboard shortcuts in Windows 8. Installing, running, and uninstalling a program All computers come pre-installed with programs , games , and other software that can be used. For example, the browser you are using to read this page is a program. Press "Ctrl-C" to copy a select item and "Ctrl-V" to paste it.
Understanding what operating system is running on your computer helps you in finding help and know what is compatible with your computer. Once turned on, your computer takes time before it's ready to use.
Simply drag your finger across the trackpad to move the pointer on the screen. Turning on a computer for the first time can be different from one computer to the next.
Press "Ctrl-Y" to redo an action and "Ctrl-Z" to undo an action. Press "Ctrl-C" to copy a select item and "Ctrl-V" to paste it. Press "Windows-O" to lock the current screen orientation. Create user account Every computer today can have multiple user accounts.
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