This video shows how to use touch controls to access a few features in Windows that are not necessary for most casual users, but may be essential for higher-level users. In this video, you can see how to trigger Control-Alt-Delete without a keyboard, how to access the Task Manager, and how to run applications as administrator.
- [Instructor] There are some actions in Windows…that are useful for troubleshooting…or using some high-level functions…which are traditionally accessed…with the mouse or keyboard commands.…If you ever need these actions on a tablet device,…it's good to know how to get them with touch controls.…First let's talk about Control + Alt + Delete.…As long as Windows has existed,…you could hit that keyboard combination…and this screen pops up.…From here you can restart, log out, switch users,…or access the task manager,…which we'll talk about more in just a minute.…But there's an obvious issue with that.…
If you're working with a tablet with no keyboard,…you cannot use that keyboard command.…I'm just going to tap cancel on this for now.…So on a tablet or a two-in-one,…you can still access the Control + Alt + Delete screen…by pressing a combination of buttons.…If your tablet has a physical start button,…you can hold that and then click the power button,…or if you're using a tablet…that does not have a physical start button,…
- Name the important peripheral component that is included with all Surface Books.
- Recall how to bring up the Action Center in Windows 10 using a touch screen.
- Recognize the applications that have native support for the Surface Pen in Windows 10.
- Identify the Windows Settings selection where you find the sign-in options.
- Name the biometric information that you can use to sign into Windows 10.