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Windows 10: Right click on the start button. Select ‘System’ near the top of the list with a left click.
Windows 10: Click in the search bar at the bottom left of the screen. Type “edit language” and hit the Enter key. In the resulting window, click ‘add a language’. Locate the language you desire, and click it. If applicable, select the dialect you desire in the following window. You should see a prompt from Windows in the notification area that it is acquiring the language pack you desire and adding it to the PC.
Windows 10: This version of Windows has the same features as above, and extends it further. Not only can you snap windows to sides or full screen – you can also set them into quadrants (taking up 1/4 of the screen). Follow the above mouse movements and drag to one of your monitors corners. Release the left mouse button and it will snap to the quadrant.
- Windows key + D will minimize all open windows and show the desktop.
- ALT+TAB or Windows key + TAB will all you to use the keyboard to flip between open applications. Keep holding the windows key and pressing tab to move between different open items.
- When filling out forms, you can use the TAB key to move to the next blank field. You can also travel backward by holding the shift key and pressing tab.
- When viewing a long list in a form or folder, you can skip to the relevant first letter of what you are searching for. Ensure the keyboard focus is in the window you desire, press the letter. You should jump the highlighted item down to the start of the letter pressed in the list.
Begin by opening up the File Explorer. You can find this by clicking on the start button – and left clicking on “File Explorer”. At the top of the window, you will see text that says “View”. Left click on “View”. Near the top right of the window, click the icon that says “Options”. In here, the first line should say “Open File Explorer to:” then have a drop down menu to the right. Change the drop down to “This PC”. Click Apply or OK, and close out of the windows.
The next time you open up the File Explorer, you should be taken to ‘This PC’ and be shown the drive letters of devices installed as well as shortcuts to your user folders such as ‘downloads’ and ‘pictures’ etc.