This video covers the most common scenarios for connecting to the internet. Network connections can be complex, so not all scenarios are covered. But for most people using a home or office network, or a public Wi-Fi connection, this video shows you how to get your Windows 10 computer connected to the internet.
- [Instructor] If your internet provider…has you set up with a modem or router…that connects to your computer through an Ethernet cable,…or a wireless router that you connect to using Wi-Fi,…then connecting to the internet will be very easy.…So the steps we'll see in this movie are not complicated.…Just keep in mind that internet…and networking settings can get complicated.…So if this movie does not help you with what you need,…you should contact tech support for your internet connection…or your IT department for help.…So to get our network set up,…I want to start by going into Settings.…
So in the start menu I'll go to Settings,…then I want to go to the category for Network and Internet.…And I want to look at the options I have…over here on the left side.…Most computers connect to a network…either through Ethernet,…which is a cable that connects to your computer,…or Wi-Fi, which is a wireless connection to the internet.…So here in my network settings,…you see I have an option for Wi-Fi…and another option for Ethernet.…
- Launching applications
- Interacting with windows, menus, and ribbons
- Multitasking to switch between multiple applications
- Switching to tablet mode
- Managing files and folders with the File Explorer
- Browsing the web with Edge
- Working with email, contacts, and calendars
- Using and installing apps
- Managing display and account settings
- Backing up Windows 10
- Troubleshooting Windows 10
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 12/08/2017. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: understanding essential folder structure, including the user folder; using shortcuts to files and folders; and creating 3D objects in Paint 3D.
1. Getting Started
2. Launching and Managing Applications
3. File Explorer: The Windows Filing Cabinet
4. Browsing the Web with Edge
5. Working with Mail, People, and Calendars
6. Using the Other Bundled Apps
7. Installing Apps and Printers
8. Essential Settings and Customization
9. Account Settings
Sign-in security options4m 3s
10. Using Cortana to Search
11. Backing Up and Restoring
Next steps1m 12s
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