Windows 10 Inside Out

Windows 10 Inside Out

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Conquer today's Windows 10-from the inside out!

Dive into Windows 10-and really put your Windows expertise to work. Focusing on Windows 10's newest, most powerful, and most innovative features, this supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving solutions, up-to-date tips, and workarounds. From the new Timeline to key improvements in Microsoft Edge, Cortana, security, and virtualization, you'll discover how experts tackle today's essential tasks. Adapt to faster change in today's era of "Windows as a service," as you challenge yourself to new levels of mastery.




* Install, configure, and personalize the latest versions of Windows 10

* Manage Windows reliability, security, and feature updates in any environment

* Maximize your productivity with Windows 10's growing library of built-in apps

* Pinpoint information fast with advanced Windows Search and Cortana techniques

* Discover major Microsoft Edge enhancements, from extensions to accessibility

* Use Cortana to perform tasks, set reminders, retrieve data, and get instant answers to pressing questions

* Secure devices, data, and identities, and block malware and intruders

* Safeguard your business with BYOD work accounts, Windows Hello, biometrics, and Azure AD

* Deploy, use, and manage Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps

* Store, sync, and share content with OneDrive and OneDrive for Business

* Collaborate more efficiently with the Windows 10 Mail, Calendar, and Skype apps

* Seamlessly manage both physical and virtual storage



* Optimize performance and battery life and troubleshoot crashes
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Product details

  • Paperback | 848 pages
  • 185 x 230 x 40mm | 1,344g
  • MICROSOFT PRESS
  • Boston, United States
  • English
  • 3rd edition
  • 1509307664
  • 9781509307661
  • 61,769

Table of contents

Part I: Windows 10 essentials
Chapter 1: What every Windows 10 user needs to know
Chapter 2: Setup and deployment
Chapter 3: Using and customizing Windows
Chapter 4: Personalizing Windows
Chapter 5: Managing updates
Part II: Productivity
Chapter 6: Installing and configuring apps and desktop programs
Chapter 7: Using and managing built-in Windows apps
Chapter 8: Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer
Chapter 9: Storage and file management
Chapter 10: Cortana and Windows search
Part III: Managing Windows 10
Chapter 11: User accounts and passwords
Chapter 12: Performance and power management
Chapter 13: Networking and security
Chapter 14: Hardware and devices
Chapter 15: Troubleshooting, backup, and recovery
Part IV: For IT professionals and Windows experts
Chapter 16: Hyper-V
Chapter 17: Managing business PCs
Chapter 18: Advanced networking and security
Chapter 19: PowerShell and other advanced management tools
Chapter 20: Mobile computing
Appendixes
Appendix A: Editions and licensing
Appendix B: Windows Insider
Appendix C: Help and support
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About Ed Bott

Ed Bott is an award-winning author and technology journalist who has been researching and writing about Windows and PC technology, in print and on the Internet, for more than two decades. He has written more than 30 books, all on Windows and Microsoft Office, which in turn have been translated into dozens of languages and read worldwide. You can catch up with Ed's latest opinions and get hands-on advice at The Ed Bott Report on ZDNet (zdnet.com/blog/bott). You can also follow his lively and occasionally irreverent Twitter feed (@edbott). Ed and his wife, Judy, live in northern New Mexico with an adorable English Springer spaniel, Lucy, who was adopted with the help of English Springer Rescue America (springerrescue.org). She makes several cameo appearances in this book.



Craig Stinson, an industry journalist since 1981, was editor of Softalk for the IBM Personal Computer, one of the earliest IBM-PC magazines. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books about Windows and Microsoft Excel. Craig is an amateur musician and reformed music critic, having reviewed classical music for various newspapers and trade publications, including Billboard, the Boston Globe, the Christian Science Monitor, and Musical America. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana.
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