Using The Desktop

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Based on a presentation originally created by: Kevin Jarrett at http://www.ncs-tech.org/

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Presentation Transcript

The Computer Desktop : 

The Computer Desktop St. Martin’s School

Our Computer : 

Our Computer

Is a : 

Is a P.C.

On Our P.C., We Have A : 

On Our P.C., We Have A Monitor

On Our Monitor, We Have A : 

On Our Monitor, We Have A Desktop

On Our Desktop, We Have : 

On Our Desktop, We Have Icons

The Computer Desktop : 

The Computer Desktop Icons are how you run programs on your computer.

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These are icons

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Double-clicking the icon runs the program. Click the picture, not the words.

The Computer Desktop : 

The Computer Desktop The Start Button is another way to run programs. When you click it, you see a menu. Menus give choices. Only click the Start Button once.

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This is the “Start” button.

The Computer Desktop : 

The Computer Desktop The Taskbar is a place where programs “go” when they are running.

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This is the Taskbar. It is empty because no programs are running.

The Computer Desktop : 

The Computer Desktop The System Tray is a special area where we see: The clock Other icons for programs running in the “background”

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This is the System Tray.

The Computer Desktop : 

The Computer Desktop The desktop has four main parts: Icons Start Button Taskbar System Tray Can you find them?

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What’s this?

Slide 18: 

Icon!

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What’s this?

Slide 20: 

Start Button!

Slide 21: 

What’s this?

Slide 22: 

Taskbar!

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What’s this?

Slide 24: 

System Tray!

The Computer Desktop : 

The Computer Desktop St. Martin’s School

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