2If you protect your computer
with a username and password, nobody can access your files. A password is more important than ever in Windows® 10 because some accounts can be tied to a credit card. Keep your account private with a password.
3This is required to access
many of Microsoft’s services and consists of simply an e-mail address and password. Having an account allows you to store files on OneDrive®, download apps from the Windows Store, and monitor your children’s online activities. Set up a Microsoft® account.
4The Start menu is back
in Windows® 10, and you can organize it by purging unwanted tiles while adding in your favorites. Customize the Start menu.
5The Windows® Start menu shows
many of your apps. You might spot everything from your Calculator to 3D Builder, which lets owners of three-dimensional printers create plastic doodads from computer files. Get to know your free apps.
6Once you tire of the
built-in scenery, feel free to replace it with a picture stored on your computer. Jazz up your desktop’s background.
7The new digital assistant bundled
with Windows® 10 is CortanaTM . CortanaTM understands speech commands and can help you find information on your computer or on the Internet. Chat with CortanaTM .
Windows® 10 is full of
both new and familiar features that you’re going to want to jump into right away. Now that you know there’s so much worth exploring, what are you waiting for? Learn more on dummies.com. For Dummies is a registered trademark of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners