The Windows 10 user interface is going to look different than the Windows XP UI, however, those migrating from XP will notice many similarities as well. In this movie, you will know how to navigate the Windows 10 default user interface, access the start menu, work with tiles, and customize the desktop.
- [Voiceover] Once Windows 10 is installed…and you've gone through the set up steps…you're prompted for your user name and password,…that's the Microsoft account we talked about…in an earlier movie.…And once you've signed into Windows 10…you arrive here at the Windows user interface.…And that's what we're going to take a tour of now…to get you comfortable in your new surroundings.…Now things are going to look new,…but many things will feel familiar as well…to XP users.…For example, you arrive here at the desktop.…
The desktop may look different…with this fancy Windows 10 logo,…but it is a desktop,…which can have shortcut icons and a recycle bin,…as we see in the top left hand corner.…In the bottom left hand corner it doesn't say start,…but you do have a start button.…There's that Windows 10 logo again.…In the bottom right hand corner is the tray…and you'll see icons to things like notifications…and new things like a touch keyboard for example,…access to your speaker volume from here,…and any hidden icons can be expanded…
Note: Windows 10 is not a free upgrade for XP users. You will need to purchase Windows 10 before proceeding with the migration.
- Getting a Microsoft account
- Backing up files on Windows XP
- Upgrading to Windows 10
- Customizing Windows 10 settings
- Restoring files and folders