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Lecture #2: Using your computer. Learning about the Windows XP Operating System. What will we learn?. What a desktop is and what is on it What the title bar, toolbar, menu bar and task bar are How to create, move, rename and delete folders and files

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Lecture 2 using your computer

Lecture #2: Using your computer

Learning about the Windows XP Operating System


What will we learn

What will we learn?

  • What a desktop is and what is on it

  • What the title bar, toolbar, menu bar and task bar are

  • How to create, move, rename and delete folders and files

  • What the Minimize, Maximize, and Restore buttons are and what they do

  • How to scroll, re-size windows and drag objects

  • What the keyboard shortcuts are


Desktop components

Desktop Components

Icon

Start Button

Quick Launch Toolbar

Taskbar


Recycle bin

Recycle Bin

  • Deleted files are initially placed in the Recycle Bin.

  • A file that has been accidentally deleted can be restored.

  • Periodically, the Recycle Bin should be emptied.

  • Files deleted from a Floppy Disk are NOT placed in the Recycle Bin.


My computer

My Computer

Hard drive(s)

Removable drives like CDs and floppies

Another way to access the control panel and other common folders


Customizing the desktop

Customizing the Desktop

  • Open the Display Properties dialog box to customize the desktop by changing features such as:

  • Background

  • Wallpaper

  • Screen Saver


Find files

Find Files

  • Open the Find: All Files dialog box to quickly locate a file.

  • Files can be opened, copied, moved, deleted, or renamed in the Find results window.


There are more than just games under accessories

There are more than just games under accessories:

  • Games

  • Calculator

  • Notepad

  • WordPad

  • Magnifier


Paint accessory

Paint Accessory

Open the Paint accessory to create and modify images such as a logo or simple drawing.

Toolbox

Drawing Area


Wordpad accessory

WordPad Accessory

Standard Toolbar

The WordPad Accessory is a word processing program that offers some of the features of Microsoft Word.

Formatting toolbar

Document Area


Windows

Windows

A window can display an application (program), documents, or the contents of a disk drive or network. All windows have the same components


Menus

Menus

Commands or functions in Windows 98 and applications are accessed through menus or toolbars. Menus are organized into groups of related commands.


Dialog boxes

Dialog Boxes

Tab

  • Dialog Boxes appear when additional information is required for a function. Some common elements in dialog boxes are:

  • tabs

  • command buttons

  • option buttons

Option Button

Command Button


Windows explorer

Windows Explorer

  • Use Windows Explorer to perform file management tasks such as:

  • create folders

  • copy files

  • move files

  • delete files

  • rename files


Let s get started turn on your computers

Let’s get started:Turn on your computers

Password: ECC


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