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  1. Session 2 Computers Bases and Microsoft Windows XP

  2. Objectives • Knowledge of computer hardware • Computer processing • File and folder management • Customize the Windows

  3. Part 1 Computer Basics

  4. What is a computer? • An electronic device for the storage and processing of information.www.micro2000uk.co.uk/hardware_glossary.htm • Main parts of a computer: • Input devices • Process devices • Output devices • Storage devices

  5. Input devices (1/3) • Key boards Ultra-flat + Media and Utility keys Wireless Flexible

  6. Input devices (2/3) • Mouse Optical mouse Wireless mouse Ball mouse Fashion mouse Mouse pen Touchpad

  7. Input devices (3/3) • Scanners

  8. Process Devices (1/4) • Main boards (mother boards) Mother board Mother board with SATA-support

  9. Process Devices (2/4) • CPU (Central Processing Unit) CPU Intel CPU AMD

  10. Process Devices (3/4) • Memories DDRam DDRam II

  11. Process Devices (4/4) • Graphic and sound card Graphic card Sound card

  12. Output Devices (1/3) • Monitors CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) LCD (liquid crytal display)

  13. Output Devices (2/3) • Speaker Speaker Head-phone

  14. Output Devices (3/3) • Printers Ink-jet Printer Laser Printer Dot-matrix Printer

  15. Storage Devices • Floppy disk & CD-ROM & USB Stick CD-ROM USB Stick Floppy disk

  16. Computer basics (1/2) • Process data Input Process Output

  17. Computer basics (2/2) • The smallest unit of storage is a bit (binary digit) • 1 byte = 8 bits • 1 KB (kilobyte) = 210 bytes = 1024 bytes • 1 MB (megabyte) = 210 KB = 1.048.576 bytes • 1 GB (gigabyte) = 210 MB > 1 million bytes • 1 TB (terabyte) = 210 GB > 1 trillion byte

  18. Part 2 Introduce to Microsoft Windows XP

  19. Windows’ History

  20. Introduction to windows XP • Operating System: Set of computer instructions that controls the allocation of computer hardware • Performs every function necessary for you to communicate with and use the computer • Includes several application software programs • Microsoft Internet Explorer • Windows Media Player • Windows Movie Maker … • Used to run application programs • Ex: word processing, chat …

  21. Logging on to the computer • Log on by clicking your_user_icon on the Welcome screen and typing your_ password in the text box

  22. First look at windows XP (1/2) • Desktop • Icons and arrange icon • Windows, applications • Start menu • Pinned programs list • Most frequently used programs list • Special folders • Run command, Search, Control panel … • Log off, Turn off button

  23. First look at windows XP (2/2) • Taskbar • Running programs • Lock Taskbar, Taskbar Position • Taskbar Properties • Start Menu Properties • Show desktop, adjust date-time • Recycled Bin • Empty recycled bin • Restore files and folders

  24. Windows (1/2) Title bar Minimize, Maximize and Close buttons Menu bar Tool bar Task pane Status bar

  25. Windows (2/2) • Open and close windows. • Move, maximize, minimize and restore. • Full screen, free resize • Drag and drop icons, files, documents • Select multi files • My Computer • My Documents, My recent Documents • My Pictures, My Music

  26. Files, folders and documents • Ways to work with files, folders and documents in Windows XP • Rename, copy, cut, paste and delete files, folders • Arrange files, folders • View properties; Hidden files, folders • Create shortcuts • Sharing

  27. Finding files or folders • Start  Search

  28. Run command • Used to launch programs • Useful when you want to launch an application program quickly • Click the Start button on the taskbar and then point to Run • cmd • dxdiag • winword

  29. Notepad • A popular application to create text documents • Launch, create, save text files with many format (extension) • Print a text file • Create and name a file on desktop, then enter content, data into it.

  30. Vietnamese in Windows XP • The popular keyboard programs are: Unikeys and Vietkey • Popular input methods: TELEX and VNI. • VNI input method: • 1: sắc 2: huyền 3: hỏi • 4: ngã 5: nặng 6: mũ • 7: móc 9: đ • Telex input method • s: sắc f: huyền r: hỏi • x: ngã j: nặng aa, ee, oo: mũ • w: móc dd: đ

  31. Open Working with user accounts (1/4) • Point to User Accounts

  32. Click Working with user accounts (2/4) • Create a new account

  33. Working with user accounts (3/4) • Type a name • Chose an account type • Create account or cancel

  34. Working with user accounts (4/4) • Change an account • Change name, password, picture …

  35. Desktop work environment • Right-click on desktop  Properties • Change theme, background and resolution • Screen saver • Appearance • Screen refresh rate: 85 Hz

  36. Control Panel (1/3) • Allows you to change the properties of an object and customize the Windows XP environment • You must have Administrative privileges if your computer is connected to a network

  37. Control Panel (2/3) • Adjusting the keyboard • Repeat delay, repeat rate • Customizing the mouse • Right (Left)-handed button configuration • Switch primary and secondary buttons • Double-click speed • Mouse pointer • Changing the date, time, and time zone • Click the Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options

  38. Control Panel (3/3) • Fonts • Adding new hardware • A device driver is a program used by the operating system to control the hardware • Add or Remove Programs • Install/ Uninstall programs • Adding a printer • Click the Start button, click Control Panel, and then click the Printers and Faxes

  39. Summary • Knowledge of computer hardware • How to the computer process • File and folder management • Create, copy, move and delete • Drag and drop • Customize the Windows • Search files and folders

  40. Q&A Please ask your questions

  41. Exercise

  42. End Thanks for your attendances