Getting started with Windows 10 | Lesson 1



Introduction (Windows 10 Tutorial)

In this Windows 10 tutorial series we have made it easy for new users to learn in a very easy way by reading our Windows tutorial series step by step and watching videos from our YouTube channel at home online through internet.

Getting started with Windows 10

Microsoft Windows 10 is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) Operating System, which used for Personal Computer (PC), Laptop, and other devices. Windows 10 has advance top 5 features, see in the next lesson. 

In this post we are going to start Windows 10. In which we will tell you how to use Windows 10. Let's get started. First of all, you are using a computer whether your computer is old or new. Also, let us tell you which computer to run Windows on the computer. And what should be its System Requirements?

System Requirements for Windows 10

Processor:                            1.8 GHz or faster

RAM:                                      1 GB 32-bit / 2 GB 64-bit

HDD:                                      16 GB 32-bit / 20 GB 64-bit

Screen Resolution:             800 x 600

Network:                               Broadband Internet Connection

Version of Windows

Windows 3.0

Windows 95

Windows 97

Windows 98

Windows Me

Windows 2000

Windows XP

Windows 7

Windows 8

Windows 10

Windows 11 (Latest Operating System)

Here we tell about Windows 10 and how you can start it and work on it? A computer needs an operating system to work. If the operating system is not installed on the computer, then you cannot work on the computer. Basically, the Windows operating system establishes a relationship between the user and the computer. When you start the computer the operating system is ready for you working on the computer. You can fully operate the system with software, connect to hardware devices, and internet etc. Let’s go to start windows 10.

Signing in to Windows 10 with Microsoft Account / Local User

When you start Windows 10, you will be asked to create a Microsoft account. If you have a Microsoft account, enter your Microsoft account Email / ID and type your password and press Enter key. As you can see in the picture below:

To more information about Microsoft Account, you can review our post on “How to Create a Microsoft Account?

If you created local user account in Windows 10, you select local user account, and type your password and press Enter key. As you can see in the picture below:

To more information about local user account, you can review our post on “How to Create Local User Account in Windows 10?”

Desktop Windows 10

When you enter the username and password, there is a desktop show in front of you. The desktop is your main place where you can manage your files and folders, open your programs / Applications, and access the Internet. Here! You can do much more.

There is a proper way to shut down the computer, but here many users make a mistake and turn off the computer with the power button. It uses the wrong method. The computer shuts down properly. Now we will teach you how to shut down the computer. Consider the options below.

1.       Click on Start Button

2.       Click Power on the left side (see in below picture)

3.       Then click Shutdown.  Your computer will be shutdown.  

To more information about create the shutdown button in start menu; you can review our post on “How to Create Shutdown Button inStart Menu/Taskbar for Windows 10? 

We hope you enjoyed our first Windows 10 lesson. Thanks for reading our first lesson. Click here for next lesson “Main Features and Interface of Windows 10”.


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