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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Windows 7, Windows Basics | 4 comments

Tutorial 2 – Exploring the Start Menu

In Windows 7 tutorial 2, we explore the Windows 7 Start Menu. From the Start Menu, you can launch any programs installed on your PC and also search for pictures, videos and music. We’ll also demonstrate how to “pin” your favourite programs to the Start Menu or Taskbar.

Because the Start Menu is used for launching virtually all the programs and tasks you do on your computer, it’s very important to learn how to use it effectively.
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If you are using an earlier version of Windows and want to view Microsoft’s own Windows 7 introductory videos, you can do so by clicking here. You will need to install Microsoft Silverlight before you can view them.

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  2. I would like to think you so much for the windows help, I like to know how and why we use certains buttons in windows 7. You have the best presentation I have seen. Thanks Again, Joann

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