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Posted on Jul 18, 2015 in Windows 10, Windows Basics | 8 comments

Master the basics of Windows 10 on desktop and tablet with our free video tutorials

Important – Windows 10 Anniversary Update – Windows 10 Anniversary Update made some changes to various parts of Windows 10, we’re working through our tutorials and will soon post updated videos where relevant.

Computing is changing and Windows is changing with it. There’s now no one-size fits all computing device for anyone and people are using all kinds of devices from tiny tablets to behemoth multi-monitor desktop juggernauts to work, play and communicate. Windows 10 is ready to work across all devices great and small. Building on the touch friendly features of Windows 8 but without compromising the productivity powerhouse of the Desktop, Windows 10 is an ideal fit whatever your device. Unusually, Windows 10 is being offered as a free upgrade for all existing Windows 7 and 8 home users. No matter if you have already upgraded or if you just want a preview of the new OS, these videos are ideal for you.

These free Windows 10 video tutorials will get you oriented with the new operating system. While there are many new features, much remains the same and for those of us who have used the Windows desktop before, the transition to Windows 10 should be relatively painless, especially now that you have our video tutorials to help. At the time of going to press, it was still a few weeks before the final release of Windows 10. After release we will bring you another video tutorial on how to upgrade your Windows 7 and 8 systems to Windows 10 quickly, easily and safely.

Our Windows 10 Superguide, which builds on the success of the Windows 7 and 8 Superguides, is out now. Click here for more information.

If you need help upgrading a Windows 7 or 8 machine to Windows 10, check out the tutorial here.

Click on the links below to go to the tutorial of your choice.

Windows 10 Tutorial 1 – Starting your new Windows 10 PC
Tutorial 2 – Diving into the Desktop
Tutorial 3 – The New Start Menu
Tutorial 4 – Basic Searching
Tutorial 5 – Desktop Windows
Tutorial 6 – Virtual Desktops
Tutorial 7 – Tablet Mode and the New Start Screen
Tutorial 8 – Touch Multitasking
Tutorial 9 – Exploring File Explorer
Tutorial 10 – File Explorer Part 2
Tutorial 11 – Working With Files and Folders
Tutorial 12 – Multiple Files and Folders
Tutorial 13 – Cortana
Tutorial 14 – Information apps

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8 Comments

  1. How to download word documents FROM a win 10 computer to a USB stick? Is it impossible or what?

  2. How to set the folder that takes the screenshot?

    • Hi YL, if you use the keyboard shortcut Windows + PrtScn the screenshot is always saved to the Pictures library under Screenshots. There’s no easy way to change this. If you want more flexibility with screenshots, try a tool like Picpick

  3. Help! I am trying to do a copy/paste and do not have microsoft office on my new windows 10 asus laptop. Where is my word sheet?
    Anybody?

    • I’m not sure what you mean by “word sheet” sorry!

    • me too with a new asus notebook . Where is the word processing.

      • If Office is not installed it must be purchased separately. You can try Wordpad as a workaround (pre-installed), or LibreOffice (free download).

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