The Windows 10 operating system has been out for more than a couple years now I still get questions on how to perform certain tasks and which settings to use within the operating system whether you're new to Windows 10 having just upgraded from an older operating system recently purchased a new computer with Windows 10 pre-installed or like many others that have become frustrated with Mac OS operating system from Apple and have finally made the switch to a Windows computer in this beginner's guide I will go over the basic settings and give you a tour of Windows 10 to get you started with using the operating system coming up next on tech combo if you're familiar with the other tutorials on this channel I try to present everything in simple terms this video will follow that same format I'll go over the basic layout show you how to perform certain tasks and later in this video we'll dig deep into the settings menu for Windows 10 if you're a power user you may not learn a whole lot here since this is a beginner's guide this video is intended for brand new users to the operating system to learn the absolute basics let's dive right in when you log into Windows 10 you will see your desktop your layout may vary slightly from mine you'll have your main window with the bar covering the bottom of the page that is where you will find the Start menu on the far left the Cortana bar task view the task bar the status bar notifications and arrow peek to the far right more on those later let's first look at the primary window you'll have your wallpaper in the background I've run a multiple monitors setup so I typically don't keep shortcuts or anything else on my primary screen I'll drag them over right now from another monitor most software that you install will put a shortcut on your desktop if you happen to install software that doesn't I'll now show you a quick way to add a shortcut to your desktop let's pretend that the Google Chrome browser did not add a shortcut to your desktop to add it go to the Cortana search bar here at the bottom type Google Chrome into the search bar do not use the microphone function for this right-click on Google Chrome and select open file location' find the icon right-click hover over sendto then click on desktop create shortcut now the shortcut for chrome is on the desktop let's close out this window you can move the icons wherever you want them also in the main window if you right-click you have several choices in view you can change the size of the icons you can sort them by name size item type date modified if you select next desktop background you can change your wallpaper for new you have several options including adding a new folder to your desktop
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