Windows 10 Bible

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Название:Windows 10 Bible

Автор:Rob Tidrow, Jim Boyce, Jeffrey R. Shapiro

Издательство: WILEY

Год: 2015

Страниц: 888

Язык: English

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A complete, detailed Windows 10 reference for beginners and power users alike

Windows 10 Bible is one of the most thorough references on the market with complete coverage of Windows 10. Whether you're a beginner seeking guidance or a power-user looking for fresh tips and tricks, this book contains everything you could ever hope to know about the Windows operating system. You will get the insider guidance of a Microsoft support manager as you discover everything there is to know about Windows customization, content management, networking, hardware, performance, security, and more. Step-by-step instructions walk you through new and important procedures, and screen shots help you stay on track every step of the way.

Whether you're starting from scratch or just looking to become more proficient, this guide is your ideal solution. You'll learn just what Windows can do, and how to take full advantage so you can get more done faster.

Go beyond the desktop to personalize the system

Manage your content, media, software, and security

Eliminate issues related to printing, faxing, and scanning

Fine-tune performance, connect to a network, work with the cloud, and more

Whether you want a complete basic introduction or the nitty-gritty detail, Windows 10 Bible has you covered.

 

Introduction xxxi

Part I: Getting Started 1

Chapter 1: What’s New in Windows 10 3

New Platforms and Devices 4

Windows 10 Mobile and IoT Core 4

Xbox and Windows 10 5

HoloLens 6

Surface Hub 7

The Windows 10 Interface 8

The Start menu 8

Tablet Mode (aka Continuum) 11

The Taskbar 12

Task View 13

Multiple desktops 14

Action Center replaces Charms bar 14

Web Browsing 15

Cortana 17

Office Universal Apps 17

The Windows Store 17

Wrapping Up 18

Chapter 2: Navigating the Windows 10 Interface 19

Introducing the Windows 10 Interface 20

Working with Gestures and Mouse Actions 22

Using the Start Menu 23

Using the Action Center 24

Working with Windows 10 Apps 26

Opening and using a modern Windows app 27

Snapping apps on the screen 28

Switching between apps 30

Closing a modern Windows app 30

Getting to the Desktop 31

Using the Taskbar 31

Wrapping Up 32

Chapter 3: Getting around the Windows Desktop 33

Logging In 34

Windows Start Menu 35

Using the Windows Desktop 36

What’s on the desktop 37

About desktop icons 39

Arranging desktop icons 40

Using Jump Lists 41

Running Programs and Apps 42

The active window 44

Switching among open programs 45

Switching with taskbar buttons 45

Switching with the keyboard 45

Arranging program windows 46

Sizing program windows 48

Maximize a program window 48

Minimize a program window 48

Size at will 49

Moving a program window 51

Moving and sizing from the keyboard 51

Closing a Program 52

Using the Notifi cation Area 53

Showing/hiding system and notification icons 55

Responding to notifi cation messages 56

Using scroll bars 56

Using Back and Forward buttons 57

Using Multiple Virtual Desktops 58

Logging Off, Shutting Down 59

Wrapping Up 61

Chapter 4: Sharing and Securing with User Accounts 63

Logging In and Out of User Accounts 64

Where am I now? 64

Switching accounts 64

Sign-in Options 67

Creating Strong Passwords 69

Remembering passwords 70

Devising a password hint 70

Picture Passwords 71

Creating a picture password 71

Testing your picture password 74

Types of User Accounts 74

Microsoft accounts 74

Creating a new e-mail address for a Microsoft user account 75

Local accounts 77

The built-in administrator account 77

Administrative user accounts 78

Standard accounts 78

Guest account 79

Creating and Managing User Accounts 79

Changing user accounts 79

Changing a user account type 80

Password-protecting an account 80

Changing the account picture 81

Enabling or disabling the local Guest account 83

Navigating through user account pages 83

Cracking into standard user accounts 83

Deleting User Accounts84

Using User Accounts 85

Understanding User Account Control 86

Privilege escalation in administrative accounts 86

Turning UAC on and off87

Creating and Using Password Reset Disks 89

Choosing a memory device for the password reset 89

Running Programs as Administrator 89

Add the Built-in Administrator Account to the Login Screen 90

Stop Entering Password on Lockout 91

Advanced Security Tools 91

Using Credential Manager 92

Managing Profi le Properties and Environment Variables 94

Wrapping Up 95

Chapter 5: Using Windows 10 Family Safety 97

Before You Get Started 97

Setting Up Windows 10 Family Safety 98

Adding Family Users 98

Removing Users and Changing Account Type 100

Setting Web Filtering 100

Setting time limits 102

Controlling Windows Store and game play 103

Viewing Family User Activity104

Other Online Safety Resources 104

Wrapping Up 104

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting Startup Problems 107

The Computer Doesn’t Start 107

Non-system disk or disk error message 108

Computer starts but mouse and keyboard don’t work 108

Screen turns blue during startup and then stops 108

Computer Takes Too Long to Start 109

Restore system fi les to an earlier time 109

Windows 10 Automatic Repair Mode 109

Repair Windows 10 Install 110

Advanced startup 111

Start in Safe Mode 113

The instruction manual that came with your computer 115

Resources in this book 116

Resources in Windows Help 116

Online resources 116

Programs Won’t Start 117

Wrapping Up 117

Part II: Personalizing Windows 10 119

Chapter 7: Protecting Yourself with Windows Firewall 121

How Firewalls Work 121

Introducing Security and Maintenance 123

How you know Windows Firewall is on 124

Turning Windows Firewall on or off 125

Making Exceptions to Firewall Protection 126

Manually configuring firewall exceptions (allowed apps and features) 127

Adding an app exception 127

Disabling, changing, and deleting exceptions 130

Advanced Firewall Configuration 131

Open Windows Firewall with Advanced Security 131

Changing firewall profile properties 131

Firewall alerts, unicast responses, local administrator control 131

Security logging 132

Customizing IPsec settings 132

Inbound and outbound rules 134

Wrapping Up 135

Chapter 8: Automatic Updates 137

Understanding Automatic Updates 137

Updates versus upgrades 138

Why updates are important 138

Enabling Automatic Updates 139

Managing Updates 140

Thwarting Exploits with Data Execution Prevention 144

Wrapping Up 146

Chapter 9: Personalizing the Windows 10 Interface 149

Customizing the Start Screen 149

Rearranging tiles 149

Adding and removing tiles 150

Adding tiles 151

Removing tiles 151

Resizing tiles 151

Working with live tiles 152

Working with groups 153

Creating groups 153

Rearranging groups 154

Adding administrative tools to the Start screen 154

Changing the Start Menu Color and Transparency 155

Customizing the Lock Screen 156

Changing Your Account Picture 157

Wrapping Up 157

Chapter 10: Personalizing the Desktop 159

Using the Personalization Page 159

Choosing a theme 160

Personalizing your desktop background 162

Making text sharper with ClearType 164

Personalizing sound effects165

Personalizing your screen saver 166

Personalizing desktop icons 169

Creating your own desktop icons 169

Sizing, arranging, showing, and hiding desktop icons 170

Customizing icons 172

Choosing a screen resolution 173

Using multiple monitors 174

Adjusting the font size (dpi) 176

Personalizing your mouse 177

Mice for lefties 179

Adjusting the double-click speed 179

Using ClickLock 180

Speed up or slow down the mouse pointer 180

Making the mouse pointer more visible 181

Changing mouse wheel behavior 181

Personalizing the Keyboard 181

Customizing the Taskbar 183

Locking and unlocking the taskbar 184

Moving and sizing the taskbar 186

Showing toolbars on the taskbar 186

Sizing and positioning taskbar toolbars 187

Customizing the Notification Area 188

Getting rid of notification area icons 189

Tweaking the clock 190

Wrapping Up 192

Chapter 11: Customizing Startup Options 193

First Things First 193

Starting Programs Automatically 194

Using the Startup folder 195

Using the Task Manager Startup tab 198

Stopping auto start applications 199

Using the System Configuration Tool to Control Startup 199

Services Snap-In 204

Bypassing the Login Page 208

Troubleshooting Startup 210

Get rid of disabled devices 210

When Windows doesn’t start at all 211

Wrapping Up 211

Part III: Beyond the Desktop 213

Chapter 12: Windows 10 and Office Online 215

Office Online 215

Creating an Office Online Account 216

Using Office Online 219

Saving Files in OneDrive 221

Using Office Apps 222

Wrapping Up 225

Chapter 13: Social Networking with Windows 10 227

Using the People App 227

Setting up an account 228

Editing a Contact 231

Navigating the People app 232

All Contacts 232

Wrapping Up 232

Chapter 14: Using Computers Remotelyy 233

Using Remote Assistance 233

Setting up Remote Assistance 234

Requesting Remote Assistance 235

Using the Remote Desktop App 239

Allowing remote connections on a home network 243

Connecting from a remote home network PC 244

Using Classic Remote Desktop 245

Display 245

Local Resources 247

Experience 248

Advanced 249

Wrapping Up 250

Chapter 15: Managing Names and Addresses 253

Opening Contacts 254

Changing how you view contacts 254

Making shortcuts to contacts 255

Creating a contact 256

Opening and editing contacts 256

Create a “Me” contact 258

Creating Contact Groups 259

Printing Contacts 261

Importing and Exporting Contacts 262

Importing people to your contacts folder 262

Exporting contacts to vCards 264

Exporting to a CSV file 264

Searching for Contacts 265

Sharing Contacts on a Network 265

Wrapping Up 265

Chapter 16: Working in the Cloud 267

Understanding the Cloud 267

Setting Up a OneDrive Account 268

Accessing OneDrive Files 269

Using OneDrive 271

Adding files to OneDrive 271

Sharing files using OneDrive 274

Configuring OneDrive 275

Wrapping Up 276

Part IV: Pictures, Music, and Movies 277

Chapter 17: Working with Pictures 279

Getting Pictures into Your Computer 279

Getting pictures from a digital camera or smartphone 279

Getting pictures from a memory card 281

Getting pictures from a CD or DVD 283

Getting pictures from a scanner 284

Using pictures you get by e-mail 285

Copying pictures from websites 285

Copy and paste pictures 287

Taking screenshots 287

Using Your Pictures Folder 289

Pictures folder quick tips 292

Why some pictures show icons 295

Videos in your Pictures folder 295

Renaming pictures and videos 296

Using Photo Gallery 297

Choosing what to view and how 298

Photo Gallery quick tips 299

Selecting thumbnails in the Gallery 299

Dating, rating, tagging, and captioning 300

Filtering pictures 301

Changing tags 302

Use a picture as your desktop background 302

Adding pictures to Photo Gallery 302

Use your Photo Gallery as a screen saver 303

Fixing photos 303

Auto Adjust 304

Exposure 304

Color 304

Straighten 305

Crop 305

Fix red eye 306

Effects 307

Saving changes 307

Using people tags 307

Choosing Photo Gallery options 308

Making movies from Photo Gallery 311

Printing Pictures 311

Printing from Photo Gallery 311

Printing pictures from a folder 313

Pixels and Megapixels 313

File extension, size, and dimensions 314

TIFF pictures 317

JPEG pictures 317

GIF pictures 317

PNG pictures 318

BMP pictures 318

Changing a picture type or size 318

Pictures, Tags, and Virtual Folders 319

Wrapping Up 320

Chapter 18: Making Music with Media Player 323

Controlling Sound Volume 323

Starting Windows Media Player 325

Media Player program window 325

The toolbar 326

Media Player menus 327

Play controls 327

Closing/minimizing Windows Media Player 330

Listening to a CD 331

Now Playing, Visualizations, and Enhancements 331

Using the playlist in Now Playing view 332

Using Enhancements 334

Stopping a CD 334

Play CDs automatically with Media Player 335

Ripping (Copying) Music CDs 335

Options for ripping CDs 336

Choosing where to put songs 337

Choosing how to name files 337

Choosing a file format and quality 338

Copy Protect Music 340

Rip CD Automatically 340

Eject CD after Ripping 340

Still more rip options 340

Copying songs 341

Using the Media Player Library 342

Navigating the library 343

Choosing columns for Media Library 344

Sizing columns 345

Moving columns 346

Sorting songs 346

Getting missing media information automatically 346

Choosing what files to include in your library 347

Sharing (streaming) your media library 349

Allowing Internet streaming 350

Using a remote stream 351

Allow Remote Control 351

Pushing media to another computer 352

Automatically renaming songs 352

Selecting in Media Library 353

Changing a song title 354

Changing genre, artist, and so on 355

Changing incorrect media information 355

Rating songs 355

Making Custom Playlists 356

Managing songs in a playlist 358

Saving a playlist 359

Viewing, playing, and changing playlists 359

Using and creating Auto Playlists 360

Creating Your Own Music CDs 362

Types of music CDs 362

Choosing music disk options 363

Choosing songs to put on the CD 365

Creating the disk 366

Saving a Burn list 366

Copying Music to Portable Devices 367

Manual syncing 367

Managing songs on a device 368

Auto syncing devices 368

Choosing between manual and auto sync 369

Setting player options 369

Fun with Skins 370

Extending Media Player with Plug-ins 371

Converting File Types 371

Music, Metadata, and Searches 372

Wrapping Up 373

Chapter 19: Working with Videos and Photos 375

Watching Video Files 375

Using your Videos library 376

Recorded TV 377

Playing videos using the Movies & TV App 377

Playing videos using Media Player 378

Adding videos to your Media Library 379

Playing videos from your library 381

Managing Photos with Media Player 381

More on Playlists 382

Limiting playlist size 384

Limiting playlists to favorite items 385

Skipping playlist items 386

Prompt Me to Remove Upon Save 386

Wrapping Up 387

Part V: Managing Your Content 389

Chapter 20: Understanding Drives, Folders, and Files 391

Understanding Disks and Drives 391

Your computer’s hard disk 391

Removable media 392

CDs and DVDs 392

Portable devices 393

Flash cards and memory sticks 394

Flash drives 394

Viewing your computer’s drives 395

Sizes and capacities 397

How much room is there? 398

Viewing disk contents 400

Formatting disks 400

About Folders 400

Viewing the contents of a folder 401

Folders within folders (subfolders) 402

Parent folders 403

About Files 403

Opening and closing files 404

Showing/hiding filename extensions 405

Choosing a program or app to open a file 406

Changing the default program or app 407

Windows cannot open this file 409

File paths 409

Using File Explorer 411

Opening File Explorer 412

File Explorer components 412

Show or hide ribbon bar 413

Navigating with the Address bar 413

Navigating with the Navigation pane 415

Adding places to Quick Access 416

Managing favorites 416

Navigating from the contents pane 418

Navigating to a disk drive 418

Choosing an icon view 419

Using columns in the Details view 420

Sorting icons 422

Filtering a folder 422

Using the Preview pane 425

Using the Details pane 427

To Click or Double-Click? 427

Personalizing folder behavior 429

Options on the View tab 429

Saving Things in Folders 434

Which folder should I use? 434

How to save in folders 435

Saving in Windows 10–style dialog boxes 435

Naming the file 437

Choosing a Save As type 437

Click Save 437

Opening the saved file 438

Creating Your Own Folders 438

Creating folders on the fly while saving 440

Personalizing your folder 440

Specify a folder type 441

Folder pictures 441

Changing a folder’s icon 442

Read-Only, Hidden, and Advanced attributes 443

Compress Contents to Save Disk Space 444

Encrypt Contents to Secure Data 445

Wrapping Up 446

Chapter 21: Managing Files and Folders 447

Selecting Icons 447

Selecting one icon 448

Selecting all icons 450

Selecting a range of icons 450

Selecting and unselecting one at a time 450

Selecting with a touchscreen 452

Selecting with the keyboard 452

Selecting by filtering 452

Selecting by lassoing 454

Selecting most icons in a folder 454

Selecting from multiple folders 454

Unselecting all icons 454

Moving and Copying Files 455

Moving files to a subfolder 455

Copying to/from external disks 457

Moving and copying by dragging 457

Moving or copying by using two open folders 459

Using cut-and-paste to move or copy files 460

Making a copy in the same folder 460

Undoing a move or copy 461

This location already contains 461

Renaming Files 463

Undoing a rename 464

Renaming multiple files 465

Deleting Files 466

Using the Recycle Bin 468

Recovering accidentally deleted files 469

Permanently deleting Recycle Bin files 470

Creating and Deleting Shortcuts 470

Managing Files with DOS Commands 472

Getting to a command prompt 473

Using the command prompt 474

Copy and paste in the Command Prompt window 475

Navigating from the command prompt 475

Using wildcards 476

Printing a list of filenames 476

Wrapping Up 478

Chapter 22: Searching for Files and Messages on Your Computer 479

Basics of Searching 479

You aren’t asking it questions 480

Be specific 481

Spelling counts 481

Where you start the search matters 482

How Searching Works 482

Quick Searches 482

Customizing Windows Search 485

Extending a Start menu search 486

Searching Folders and Views 487

Specifying search criteria 488

Search by date 489

Search by size 491

Search by filename or subject 492

Search by kind 492

Search by tags, authors, title, and others 493

Saving a search 493

Using saved searches 494

Wrapping Up 495

Chapter 23: Metadata and Power Searches 497

Working with File Properties 498

Viewing properties sheets 499

Viewing properties in columns 499

Editing properties 500

Setting Properties When You Save 503

Personalizing Searches 504

Managing the Search Index 506

Adding indexed locations 507

Remove a location from the index 508

Choosing file types to index 508

More advanced options 510

Power Searches 512

Searching specific properties 512

Greater than and less than 513

AND, OR, and NOT searches 514

Date and number searches 516

Searching for phrases 518

Message searching 518

Natural language queries 519

Wrapping Up 520

Chapter 24: Protecting Your Files 523

Simple File Backups 523

Using File History 526

Starting File History 526

Backing Up to a Network Location 528

Excluding Folders during Backups 531

Setting the File History Advanced Option 532

Restoring Files from a Backup 534

Using System Protection 537

Turning System Protection on or off 537

Creating a restore point 539

Returning to a previous restore point 539

Undoing a System Restore 540

Using BitLocker Drive Encryption 541

BitLocker hardware requirements 541

Encrypting the volume 542

When the computer won’t start 543

Turning off BitLocker 543

More info on BitLocker 544

Performing a System Image Backup 544

Wrapping Up 545

Part VI: Printing and Managing Printers 547

Chapter 25: Installing and Managing Printers 549

Printer Properties versus Printing Properties 550

Add a Printer with the Devices Tool 550

Opening the Devices and Printers Folder 552

Setting the default printer 554

Testing a printer 554

Installing a New Printer 554

Installing printers with USB and infrared connections 555

Installing printers with parallel and serial port connections 556

Installing a network, wireless, or Bluetooth printer 556

Managing Printer Drivers 558

Setting Default Printing Preferences 558

Portrait versus landscape printing 559

Printing on both sides 559

Making pages print in the correct order 560

Saving time and money 560

Setting Printer Properties 562

Configuring shared printers 563

Configuring printer ports 564

Setting up printer pooling 565

Configuring printer availability 566

Setting other advanced options 567

Wrapping Up 568

Chapter 26: Managing Print Jobs 569

How Printing Works 569

Managing Print Jobs 571

Managing a single document 571

Managing several documents 571

Managing all documents 571

Changing the print queue order 572

Solving Common Printer Problems 573

Printing Offline 574

Creating XPS Documents 575

Wrapping Up 576

Part VII: Installing and Removing Programs 579

Chapter 27: Adding and Managing Windows 10 Applications 581

Using the Windows Store 581

Reviewing Windows 10 apps 582

Navigating the Windows Store 585

Windows Store categories 585

Costs of apps 586

Searching for apps 587

Installing Windows 10 apps 588

Updating Apps 588

Removing Apps 589

Wrapping Up 590

Chapter 28: Installing and Upgrading Legacy Programs 591

Playing It Safe with Program Installations 592

Updates Versus Upgrades 592

Installing and Upgrading from a Disk 593

Common Installation Prompts 594

The initial CD or DVD prompt 594

Entering an administrator password 595

The product key or serial number 595

Compliance check 596

User information prompt 596

The End User License Agreement 596

Type of installation 597

Installation summary 598

Setup completed 598

Using the installed program 600

Wrapping Up 600

Chapter 29: Getting Older Programs to Run 601

Understanding Program Types 601

DOS programs 602

Old programs to avoid altogether 602

Installing Incompatible Programs 603

Using the Program Compatibility Troubleshooter 604

Quick-and-Dirty Program Compatibility 607

Using DOS Commands in Windows 10 609

Wrapping Up 612

Chapter 30: Repairing and Removing Programs 613

Changing and Repairing Programs 613

Uninstalling Programs 616

Unpinning from Start 617

Dealing with stuck programs 618

Turning Windows Features On and Off 618

Wrapping Up 620

Chapter 31: Setting Default Programs 621

Setting Default Programs for Files 621

Using the Default Programs Page 624

Setting your default programs 626

Associating a file type or protocol with a program 628

Changing AutoPlay settings 629

Setting program access and computer defaults 632

Wrapping Up 634

Chapter 32: Managing Programs and Processes 637

Getting to Know Task Manager 637

Viewing more and less detail 639

Choosing Task Manager views 640

Not Responding? Task Manager to the Rescue 642

Closing frozen programs 642

Switching and starting tasks 642

Restarting a hung computer 644

Monitoring Performance with Task Manager 645

Managing Processes with Task Manager 650

Showing other columns 651

Common processes 653

Choosing columns on the Details tab 653

App History tab 656

Startup tab 657

Users tab 659

Services tab 660

Wrapping Up 660

Chapter 33: Troubleshooting Software Problems 661

Troubleshooting Installations 661

Troubleshooting Programs 662

Researching Application Errors 664

Editing the Registry 664

How Registry data is organized 665

Hives, keys, and subkeys 665

Key values 668

Backing up the Registry 670

Making the Registry change 671

Troubleshooting Tips 673

Wrapping Up 673

Part VIII: Hardware and Performance Tuning 675

Chapter 34: Installing and Removing Hardware 677

Hardware, Firmware, and Software Demystified 677

A Few Words about Device Drivers 678

Using Hot-Pluggable Devices 679

Connecting USB devices 679

Connecting IEEE 1394 devices 681

PC cards 682

Using memory cards 682

Memory cards and USB mass storage 683

Disconnecting hot-pluggable devices 684

Not-So-Hot-Pluggable Devices 685

Installing expansion cards 687

Installing more memory (RAM) 688

Installing a second hard drive 689

Primary and extended partitions 690

Partitioning and formatting the disk 692

Other hard drive operations 694

Converting a disk to NTFS 694

Shrinking and extending partitions 696

Changing a volume label 696

Changing a drive letter 697

The exFAT fi le system 699

Removing Hardware 699

Updating Drivers 701

Dealing with Devices That Prevent Windows 10 from Starting 702

Wrapping Up 702

Chapter 35: Using Wireless Bluetooth Devices 705

The World of Bluetooth 705

Confi guring Your Bluetooth Adapter 707

Adding Bluetooth-Enabled Devices 709

Connecting a smartphone 709

Joining a personal area network711

Receiving files from a Bluetooth device 713

Sending files to a Bluetooth device 714

Creating a Bluetooth personal area network 716

Troubleshooting a Bluetooth network connection 718

Sharing an Internet connection 719

Wrapping Up 720

Chapter 36: Performance-Tuning Your System 723

Getting to Know Your System 723

Knowing your CPU and RAM 724

Getting more detailed information about your PC 725

Maximizing CPU and Memory Resources 726

Conserving memory 726

Managing virtual memory 727

Priorities, foreground, and background 730

Controlling CPU priorities 730

Monitoring and Adjusting Performance 731

Performance Monitor 731

Data collector sets and reports 734

Creating data collector sets 737

Resource Monitor 739

Reliability Monitor 740

Using Windows ReadyBoost 742

Trading pretty for performance 745

Maintaining Your Hard Drive 746

Recovering wasted hard drive space 746

Deleting system restore files and unwanted features 748

Defragmenting and optimizing your hard drive 748

The Power Settings 750

Create a power plan 752

System settings 753

Wrapping Up 755

Chapter 37: Troubleshooting Hardware and Performance 757

First Aid for Troubleshooting Hardware 757

Dealing with Error Messages 761

Performing a Clean Boot 762

Using the System Recovery Options 763

Troubleshooting Performance Problems 765

Wrapping Up 766

Part IX: Networking and Sharing 767

Chapter 38: Creating a Home Networkk 769

What Is a LAN? 769

Planning a LAN 770

Creating a Wired LAN 770

Traditional Ethernet speeds 771

The slowest component rules 772

Creating a Wireless Network 772

Wireless broadband router 773

Other useful wireless goodies 774

Acquiring and Installing Network Hardware 775

After the Hardware Setup 776

Setting Up a Wired Network 777

Setting Up a Wireless Network 779

The 80211 standard 780

Access point, SSID, WEP, and WPA 780

About SSIDs 781

About WEP and WPA 782

Installing the wireless networking hardware 782

Connecting to available networks 782

Wrapping Up 784

Chapter 39: Sharing Resources on a Network 785

Some Networking Buzzwords 785

Methods for Sharing in Windows 10 787

Homegroups 787

Workgroup 787

Domain 788

How to choose 788

Turn on Sharing and Discovery 789

Windows 10 Homegroups 792

Finding or changing the homegroup password 792

Joining a homegroup 793

Sharing items with the homegroup 794

Excluding items from sharing 794

Sharing with individual users 795

Using Public Folders 796

Advanced Sharing 797

Identifying Shared Folders 798

Sharing a Printer 799

Wrapping Up 800

Chapter 40: Using Shared Resources 801

UNC Paths 801

Accessing Remote Resources 802

Opening Remote Documents 803

Opening a read-only copy 804

Creating network locations 804

Saving to a Remote Computer 806

Downloading Programs to a Network Share 807

Transferring Files Between Computers 807

Mapping Drive Letters to Shared Folders 809

Using a Shared Printer 811

Using Shared Media 812

Wrapping Up 814

Part X: Appendixes 815

Appendix A: Upgrading to Windows 10 817

Appendix B: Installing Windows 10 on a New System 821

Appendix C: Universal Shortcut Keys 825

Appendix D: Windows 10 Touch Gestures 831

Index x 833

Author Information

Rob Tidrow is a 15-year veteran of the technology industry and the author or coauthor of more than 30 books on Windows 8, Windows Server, wireless networking, and Microsoft Outlook. Jim Boyce is the author or coauthor of more than 50 books and hundreds of articles on Windows, Windows Server, Office applications, programming, and other computer topics. Jeffrey Shapiro has published more than 20 books on IT, network administration, and software development during his 21-year career.

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