Windows 8 for DummiesWindows 8 For Dummies walks readers through the basics of the operating system, from the core activities that do not change from version to version to the tools that enhance the system to the latest updates that make Windows 8 different from previous versions. Parts include:•The Stuff Everybody Thinks You Already Know - the core components of the desktop, working in Windows' windows, managing the file and folder system.
•Working with Programs and Files - starting a program, saving files, Windows' search functions, living in the cloud, printing
•Getting Things Done on the Internet - connecting to the Internet, e-mail options and operation, working with the Internet Explorer browser, setting virus protection and other security tools.
•Customizing and Upgrading Windows - creating user accounts, changing the look and functions of the desktop, running tune-ups, building a network
•Music, Movies, Memories (and Photos, Too) - adding music to the media player, organizing photos, creating a DVD, editing media
•Help! - addressing common problems and messages, switching to a new Windows 8 computer, finding more help
•The Part of Tens - dealing with Windows annoyances, tips for laptop owners, tips for tablet users