Expert David Rivers shares Windows 10 tips and shortcuts for working more efficiently in Windows 10.
- [Voiceover] Hi, and welcome to Windows 10 Tips and Tricks. I'm David Rivers. The introduction of Windows 8 was only somewhat well received due to some drastic changes in the way you got things done, but mostly due to a number of shortcomings when compared to previous versions of Windows. Windows 10 is a major upgrade that addresses many of those shortcomings and comes with its fair share of shortcuts and tricks to help you optimize how you use Windows. In this course, I'll begin by sharing my top ten favorite tips and tricks in Windows 10 before moving on to some handy keyboard shortcuts.
The rest of the course will be broken down into tips and tricks specific to working with your display, working more efficiently, improving performance, and finally we'll take a look at some apps, tools, and utilities you might enjoy as part of Windows 10. So, what should you know before continuing on with this course? That's coming up next.
- Describe how to customize your startup environment.
- Explain how to run multiple virtual desktops.
- Recall how to print and save files to PDF.
- Cite the method for cutting and pasting in command prompt.
- Explain what God Mode is.
- Describe how to choose a target folder for File Explorer.
- Summarize how to use the new calculator feature.
- Recall how to edit photos in the Photos app.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Top 10
2. Keyboard Shortcuts
3. Efficiency Tips
4. Display Tips
5. Performance Tips
6. Useful Apps, Tools, and Utilities
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