Windows 11 User Guide: The Complete Tutorials for Beginners and Pro with Tips & Tricks to Master the New Windows 11 Features and Functions in 2021-2022


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You read the headline. You clicked on the blogs. Now it’s time to read the detailed guidebook. Microsoft’s flagship operating system, Windows 11, is finally here. But does Windows 11 make the cut? In just a few years, we’ve gone from Windows 7 to Windows 8. Now we’ve gone from Windows 8 to Windows 10. Now it’s time for Windows 11, which I think of as the grand culmination of the Mac OS experiment. Yes, Windows 10 is a big leap over Windows 8, but the changes are enormous when it comes to Windows 11. The interface of Windows 11 has been updated, but not as dramatically as one would expect. Microsoft has continued to stick with its touch-focused design – which is both familiar and very well-executed – but it has added a few new features, and refined existing ones. It’s the same Windows we already know and love, but just with some few refinements here and there. There’s just so much stuff in Windows and it can be overwhelming but the new Windows 11 OS is simple and intuitive to use. Windows 11 is a far more cohesive and consistent operating system. Everything is designed to work together and is far easier to use. This book has done a great job of simplifying operations in the new Windows with more topics at your fingertips.
This book will talk about the features and other required updates in detail. But first, here’s some topics included in this guidebook:

  • Windows 11 System Requirements
  • Installing Windows 11
  • Windows 10 And 11 Comparison
  • Shutting Down and Restarting Windows 11
  • How to Uninstall Programs
  • Pin and Unpin Programs in the Taskbar
  • Moving Your Start Menu to the Left or Center
  • Adding Programs to the Start Bar
  • Accessing Cortana
  • Enabling/Disabling Cortana
  • Accessing Your Disk Space
  • Storage Management
  • How to Access Display Settings
  • How to Personalize Windows 11
  • How to Access Windows 11 Settings in Different Ways
  • What’s In the Control Panel
  • Managing Administrators
  • Windows 11 File Explorer
  • Organizing Things with the File Explorer
  • Creating Folders
  • Different Ways of Connecting To the Internet
  • Connecting Bluetooth
  • VPN Setup
  • A Look at the Notifications Center and Taskbar
  • Quick Settings on Windows 11
  • Shaking Things Up With the Start Menu
  • The New Widgets Panel
  • The Big Difference in Microsoft Edge
  • The Brand New Microsoft Store
  • Using Virtual Desktops
  • The New Snap Layout
  • Increase Your Productivity with Dual Monitors
  • Using Touchscreen
  • Settings Things Up For the Touch Keyboard
  • What’s In the New Accessibility Controls
  • Changing Windows 11 Fonts
  • Different Ways of Taking Screenshot in Windows 11
  • Using the Clipboard
  • Managing Keyboard Layout
  • Microsoft Teams Integration on Windows 11
  • Integrating Android Apps
  • What’s In It for Gamers
  • Running Windows 11 on Pi 4
  • And many more….

This is just a few of what is contained in this book and you can Download FREE with Kindle Unlimited
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ASIN‏:‎B09DVYHJ2X
Publication date‏:‎August 27, 2021
Language‏:‎English
File size‏:‎1806 KB
Text-to-Speech‏:‎Enabled
Screen Reader‏:‎Supported
Enhanced typesetting‏:‎Enabled
X-Ray‏:‎Not Enabled
Word Wise‏:‎Not Enabled
Print length‏:‎82 pages
Lending‏:‎Enabled

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