Sunday, 10 June 2018

Microsoft Windows Reference Guide Part A

The Snap Feature

To snap any open app to either the left or right side of your screen, drag the title bar to either left or right edge of the screen until you see a ripple effect expand to outline half of the screen. To snap an app to a corner, click and drag the title bar of the app in question to the appropriate corner of the screen. Release your mouse button and the selected app will expand to fill in that half of the screen: 


Keyboard Shortcuts 


Cortana Voice Commands

As you speak a voice command, its interpretation of what you are saying will be printed in the search box. After a brief moment, a response will be presented both visually inside the Cortana menu and audibly: 



Elements of the Microsoft Edge Window



Using Cascade, Stack, and Side By Side Functions

Windows 10 also includes several options that will automatically arrange all open windows. To access these options, open the windows that you would like to arrange and right-click on a blank area of the taskbar. In the middle of the context menu that appears, you will see three window management options: “Cascade windows,” “Show windows stacked,” and “Show windows side by side.”


Password Sign In

In addition to traditional alphanumeric passwords, Windows 10 supports PIN and picture passwords. PIN passwords are simple numeric passwords that can be used in place of a regular password. With picture passwords,  you recreate mouse gestures on a picture that you previously set up.




















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