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Computer Basic : 

Computer Basic By: Javell Page

Windows and its Components : 

Windows and its Components The main components of Windows when you start your computer are the Desktop, My Computer, Recycle Bin, Start Button, Taskbar, and Shortcuts to applications. After opening an application, you will also have a window with an active application which will appear in your desktop and taskbar.

Desktop : 

Desktop The Desktop is the very first screen you see after Windows starts. There you find the folders: My Documents, My Computer, the Recycle Bin and any Shortcuts for applications and files that you have created. Desktop The Desktop is the very first screen you see after Windows starts. There you find the folders: My Documents, My Computer, the Recycle Bin and any Shortcuts for applications and files that you have created.

DESKTOP : 

DESKTOP

Taskbar : 

Taskbar The Taskbar is the row at the bottom of the Windows screen where all currently open applications or files are listed. The taskbar is used to select a file or application that is already opened or to put an application in the foreground. To put an application in the foreground, just click on the icon of the application in the taskbar. Another way to put an application in the foreground when more than one is in use is to hold the ALT button and then click TAB on your keyboard to see all the open applications; you will need to hold the ALT button and continue pressing TAB to go through each application until you come to the one you want to use.

TASKBAR : 

TASKBAR

Start Menu : 

Start Menu By clicking the Start button, in the very bottom-left corner of the screen, a vertical window will come up with the Start Menu. The list of submenus in the pop-up window let you navigate and select the application you want to run.

START MENU : 

START MENU

Minimize/Maximize/Close Buttons : 

Minimize/Maximize/Close Buttons In the top-right corner of your document are the Minimize/Maximize/Close buttons. The first one when clicked minimize your screen, sending it to the taskbar. The second one maximize your screen, filling all desktop with the document you are working with. The last button is used to close your document.It is best practice to work with your document window maximized.

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