1 Windows 10 Tips and Tricks You've made the move to Windows 10. The Start Menu has returned and its cloud integration is obvious, but most everything else is unfamiliar. This session will help you setup and customize Windows 10 and improve its performance, security, and privacy. From navigation to setting default applications to configuring backup, this webinar provides the needed guidance. Plus, we will introduce you to virtual desktops, the digital assistant, the unified notifications area, and provide a detailed overview of the Settings area, where the core of Windows 10 settings are configured. Don't miss this opportunity to jump start your transition to Windows 10.
2 Learning Objectives Upon completing this session, you should be able to: Use the new interface effectively in performing day-today tasks Configure Task View (virtual desktops) and Cortana (your personal digital assistant) to ease your daily workload Describe how File History differs from conventional backup methods Explain how BitLocker whole disk encryption reduces the risk of compromising client or customer data Modify default settings that impact security, privacy, and performance BEGINNING OF A NEW ERA
3 Microsoft's Overall Strategy Immediate familiarity to Windows 7 and Windows 8 users Improved user experience for desktop users Some of the classic design elements of older versions (the Start Menu) have returned Users can configure the GUI with the elements they are most familiar with and prefer using Free upgrade for Windows 7/8/8.1 users through July 28 of this year Begins Windows as a Service era of continuous innovation and updates Windows As A Service Three Windows Update paths Consumer Branch Security updates, bug fixes, and feature updates are received immediately through Windows Update Current Business Branch Security and bug fixes are received immediately with delayed feature updates (up to four months) Long Term Services Branch Security updates and bug fixes are received immediately, but without feature updates (can delay feature updates up to ten years) Windows Home users will be on the Consumer Branch Windows Pro users can select from the Consumer Branch or the Current Business Branch Windows Enterprise users can select from the Current Business Branch or the Long Term Services Branch
4 WINDOWS 10 INNOVATION OLD AND NEW Start Menu Returns The Start Menu lists all programs in ascending alphabetic order just as the old Start Menu did in Windows 7 The Quick Access Menu, first introduced in Windows 8.1 as the Power Users Menu, is available by right-clicking the Windows (Start) button or by pressing Win + X Start Menu can be customized in the Settings, Personalization, Start Users can choose to display either the Windows 8 Start Screen, the new Start Menu, or both
5 Mini Start Screen Sleep, Shutdown, Restart All Programs Menu Search Box Quick Access Menu Win + X or right-click the Windows button
6 Apps Open In Windows Windows 8 Apps did not work well with the Desktop No traditional Minimize, Minimize Down, or Maximize buttons) Windows 10 fixes these problems All apps open in ordinary windows All apps interact with the desktop and the taskbar Virtual Desktops With Task View Allows users to arrange applications related to different tasks on separate desktops, as if they were on separate monitors Create or switch between multiple virtual desktops with Task View Add a new desktop
7 Cortana Your Digital Assistant Cortana on a Windows phone is like Siri on an iphone Depending on the question, your answer will be displayed as the results of a Bing search or with Cortana's voice speaker required Time and distance questions will be answered verbally if your device has GPS functionality Your computer listens and will respond to "Hey Cortana " if active listening is enabled Cortana Your Digital Assistant
8 Action Center All notifications are combined in a single Notifications area System alerts New notifications Appointments from your calendar Can be configured to meet each user's needs Lightweight and fast Edge Browser Reading View Not as full featured as Internet Explorer Microsoft plans to make it extensible with add-ins Reading List
9 File Explorer Easy to use ribbon interface Customizable views Control over the folder list View hidden files or file extensions with a single click on the View tab Can pin folders to Quick Access section of the folder list for "quick access" File Explorer
10 Task Manager Easy to use interface can be expanded for complete detail Provides complete details on applications, processes, and services available Running applications and background processes can be stopped Services can be stopped, started, restarted, identified in the detail process list, or researched online Startup items can be enabled or disabled to speed startup Provides real-time performance charts for CPU and RAM utilization, Disk access, and Network bandwidth usage Lists all current users and reports a history of App usage Task Manager
11 OneDrive Integration OneDrive provides Cloud storage integrated with Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 2013/2016 Works as an extension of the local file system 15 GB of storage per user with a Microsoft account Additional storage is available for a monthly fee Encrypted in transmission, but not encrypted in storage OneDrive for Business provides encryption of all files in transmission and storage 256-bit AES with separate encryption key for each file $5 per month for 1 TB of storage OneDrive Integration Auto-setup with a Microsoft account Creates OneDrive folder in user files Right-click on OneDrive icon in the Notifications area to manage settings See steps in Appendix A to disable OneDrive Right-click on the OneDrive icon
12 CONFIGURATION AND SETUP Setup The Old And The New The setup and configuration process uses a split interface Settings (the new way) Control Panel (the old way) Some configurations can be set up only in the Control Panel and some can be done only in Settings Some functionality is linked from the Control Panel to Settings and vice versa At best, this gives users the flexibility to select the interface with which they are most familiar, at worst it leads to user confusion and frustration
13 Settings, Accounts Review Accounts Your and accounts Sign-in options Consider using a PIN to sign-in (Configured on deviceby-device basis) Configure Windows Hello (biometric authentication) Work access Family & other users Sync your settings Account Types Microsoft Account Sign-in with an address Download apps from the Windows store Get online content in Microsoft apps automatically Sync settings online browser history, account picture, wallpaper, colors, etc. Local Account Sign-in with a conventional account Must create an account on each PC that you use Still need a Microsoft account to download apps Settings will not be synced across PCs that you use Can associate one or more Microsoft accounts with a domain account Can associate one or more accounts used by apps, such as Office 365
14 Configure Windows Update Settings, Update & Security, Windows Update, Advanced Options Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows Consider Defer upgrades that will defer feature updates for four months, but does not affect security updates Choose how updates are delivered Turn OFF Or select PCs on my local network Configure Update & Security Settings, Update & Security, Windows Defender Turn On Real-time protection Turn On Cloud-based protection Turn On Automatic sample submission Settings, Update & Security, Backup Turn ON Back up using File History Configure Options to meet your needs
15 File History Configure Privacy Settings, Privacy, General Turn OFF Let apps use my advertising ID for experiences across apps Turn ON Turn on SmartScreen Filter to check web content (URLs) that Windows Store apps use Turn OFF Send Microsoft info about how I write to help us improve typing and writing in the future Turn OFF Let websites provide locally relevant content by accessing my language list
16 Configure Privacy Settings, Privacy, Feedback & diagnostics Never Windows should ask for my feedback Basic Send your device data to Microsoft Configure Privacy Review the settings in each of these available options Location Camera Microphone Speech, inking, and typing Account info Contacts Calendar Call history Messaging Radios Other devices Background apps
17 Other Security Settings Turn ON System Restore Control Panel, Recovery, Configure System Restore Create a System Recovery Drive Control Panel, Recovery, Create a recovery drive Create a Windows 10 reinstall disk Download the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool Run the tool and follow the prompts making sure to Create installation for another PC See steps in Appendix B to restart in Safe Mode BitLocker Military grade encryption built in to Windows 10 Pro Enabled through the Control Panel Can encrypt external drives or configure to provide whole disk encryption Whole disk encryption provides security against stolen laptops Breach notification Get Out of Jail FREE card
18 System Customization Settings, System Review the settings in each of these available options Display Notifications & actions Apps & features Multitasking Tablet mode Power & sleep Storage Offline maps Default apps About Personalization Settings, Personalization Review the settings in each of these available options Background Color Lock screen Themes Start
19 Configure Network & Internet Settings, Network & Internet Review the settings in each of these available options Data usage VPN Dial-up Ethernet Proxy Configure Wi-Fi Sense Settings, Network & Internet, Wi-Fi, Manage Wi-Fi settings Turn OFF Connect to suggested open hotspots Turn OFF Connect to networks shared by my contacts Turn ON Paid Wi-Fi services
20 Configure Wi-Fi Sense Configure Devices Settings, Devices Review the settings in each of these available options Printers & scanners Connected devices Mouse & touchpad Typing AutoPlay USB
21 Keyboard Shortcuts Win + X Quick Access menu Win + L Lock the workstation Win + D Desktop Win + P Projector and multi-monitor support Win + C Cortana Win + S Cortana with sidebar Win + I Settings Win + A Action center Win + Tab Open Task View Win + CTRL + Right View next virtual desktop Win + CTRL + Left View the previous virtual desktop Summary Windows 10 delivers more speed, better security, and better Cloud integration Mobile workers can use the same Apps on desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones Microsoft's "free for a year" strategy is designed to encourage early upgrade and enterprise adoption Make the switch by July 28 or upgrade by attrition with new hardware
22 Questions K2 Enterprises
23 Appendix A Turn off or disable OneDrive If you don't want to use OneDrive, you can disable it or hide it on your computer. Note: If you have any files or data in OneDrive, you will not lose them if you disable OneDrive on your computer. You can always access your files by signing in to OneDrive.com. Disable OneDrive in Windows 10 OneDrive in Windows 10 Pro can be disabled through your computer's Local Group Policy Editor. This doesn't remove OneDrive from your PC, but it stops it from syncing with the Cloud or connecting with other apps, and removes it from the navigation pane in File Explorer. Tip: Because disabling OneDrive involves changing a Group Policy setting on your computer, it is disabled for everyone who uses that computer. If others use the computer, make sure they also want OneDrive disabled. 1. Press WIN + R to open the Run box. 2. Type gpedit.msc and click OK. 3. In the Local Group Policy Editor, in the folder list under Local Computer Policy, navigate the folders to Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > OneDrive.
24 4. On the OneDrive screen, under Setting, click Prevent the usage of OneDrive for file storage. 5. In the Prevent the usage of OneDrive for file storage box, select Enabled, then click OK. Hide OneDrive in Windows 10 OneDrive is built in to Windows 10, so it can't be uninstalled. But you can hide it and stop the sync process, so it stays hidden. To do this, turn off all the OneDrive settings and remove the OneDrive folder from File Explorer. 1. In the Notifications area on the bottom of the Windows screen, right-click the OneDrive icon. You might have to click the Show Hidden Icons arrow to find OneDrive. 2. Click Settings, and then on the Settings tab, uncheck all the boxes under General. 3. On the Auto save tab, set the Documents and Pictures lists to This PC only, and uncheck the other boxes. 4. On the Account tab, click Choose folders. 5. In the Sync your OneDrive files to this PC box, check and uncheck the box at Sync all files and folders in my OneDrive. (The first check selects all the boxes, then the uncheck clears them all.) Click OK to close the box and return to settings. 6. This step removes all OneDrive files from your computer, but leaves them on OneDrive.com. 7. Click OK to save your changes in the Settings box. 8. Open the Settings box again: In the Notifications area, right-click the OneDrive icon, click Settings. On the Account tab, click Unlink OneDrive. Close the Welcome to OneDrive box that appears. 9. Open File Explorer, right-click OneDrive, and then click Properties. 10. On the General tab, next to Attributes, check the Hidden box. This hides OneDrive from File Explorer. 11. One more time, back in the Notifications area, right-click the OneDrive icon and click Exit. This removes the OneDrive icon from the Notifications area.
25 Appendix B Start your PC in safe mode in Windows 10 Safe mode starts Windows in a basic state, using a limited set of files and drivers. It can help you troubleshoot problems on your PC. For example, if the problem doesn't happen in safe mode, you'll know default settings and basic device drivers aren't causing the issue. There are two versions of safe mode: Safe Mode and Safe Mode with Networking. They're quite similar, but Safe Mode with Networking includes the network drivers and services you'll need to access the Internet and other computers on your network. The following sections describe how to start your PC in safe mode. From Settings 1. Press WIN + I on your keyboard to open Settings. Alternatively, click the Start button, then select Settings. 2. Select Update & security, Recovery. 3. Under Advanced startup, click Restart now. 4. After your PC restarts to the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot, Advanced options, Startup Settings, Restart. 5. After your PC restarts, you'll see a list of options. Select 4 or F4 to start your PC in Safe Mode. Or if you'll need to use the Internet, select 5 or F5 for Safe Mode with Networking. From the sign-in screen 1. Restart your PC. When you get to the sign-in screen, hold the Shift key down while you select Power, Restart. 2. After your PC restarts to the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot, Advanced options, Startup Settings, Restart. 3. After your PC restarts, you'll see a list of options. Select 4 or F4 to start your PC in Safe Mode. Or if you'll need to use the Internet, select 5 or F5 for Safe Mode with Networking.
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