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中文名Windows 8圣经
原名Windows 8 Bible
图书分类软件
资源格式PDF
版本文字版
出版社John Wiley & Sons Inc
书号9781118203880
发行时间2012年10月23日
地区美国
语言英文
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内容介绍:

The first and last word on the feature-packed new Windows 8 Windows 8 is an exciting new version of Microsoft's flagship operating system and it's packed with exciting new features. From the new Windows 82032s lock screen and the new Internet Explorer to a built-in PDF reader and new user interface, Windows 8 is not only a replacement for Windows 7 but a serious OS for today's tablet and touchscreen device users. And what better way to get the very most out of it than with this equally impressive new book from Microsoft experts? Over 900 pages packed with tips, instruction, and techniques help you hit the ground running with Windows 8. Provides complete how-to coverage of Windows 8 in a thoroughly redesigned and revised new Bible from an expert author team Covers all the exciting new Windows 8 features, including the Windows 82032s lock screen, Internet Explorer Immersive, Modern Reader, a new interface, and more Helps new and inexperienced users, as well as those upgrading from Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP Also explores new connections to cloud applications and data, distributed file system replication, and improvements to branch cache Get the very most out of Windows 8, no matter what device you run it on, with Windows 8 Bible.

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目录

Introduction xxxix
Part I: Getting Started, Getting Secure 1
Chapter 1: What’s New in Windows 8 3
New Platforms 3
The Windows 8 Interface 4
The Start screen 5
The Lock Screen 7
The Charms Bar 7
The Windows Store 8
Cloud Synchronization 9
Integrated Messaging 9
Social Networking Integration 10
File Explorer 11
Search 12
Spell Check and AutoCorrect 13
Enterprise Features 13
Windows to Go 13
DirectAccess 13
BranchCache 14
AppLocker 14
VDI enhancements 14
Windows 8 app deployment 14
Internet Explorer 10 14
Client Hyper-V 16
BitLocker 16
Smart Cards 17
Task Management 17
Proximity and Wi-Fi Direct 18
Refresh/Reset 18
Wrap-Up 19
Chapter 2: Navigating the Windows 8 Interface 21
Introducing the Windows 8 Interface 21
Gestures and Mouse Actions 23
Using the Start Screen 24
Using the Charms Bar 26
Working with Windows 8 Apps 29
Opening and using a Windows 8 app 29
Snapping apps on the screen 30
Switching between apps 31
Closing a Windows 8 app 33
Getting to the Desktop 33
Using the Taskbar 34
Wrap-Up 34
Chapter 3: Windows 8 on Mobile Devices 37
Windows 8 Mobile 37
Windows Phone 8 37
Windows 8 tablets 39
Wrap-Up 39
Chapter 4: Getting Around the Windows Desktop 41
Terminology for Things You Do 41
Mouse terminology 42
Point 42
Click 43
Double-click 43
Right-click 43
Drag 44
Keyboard terminology 44
Tab, Enter, and Spacebar 44
If in doubt, Escape key out 44
The Help key (F1) 44
The  key 44
Shift, Ctrl, and Alt 45
Shortcut keys 45
Logging In 45
Windows Start Screen 47
Using the Windows Desktop 48
What’s on the desktop 48
About desktop icons 50
Arranging desktop icons 52
Using Jump Lists 53
Running Programs and Apps 54
The active window 56
Switching among open programs 57
Switching with taskbar buttons 57
Switching with the keyboard 58
Arranging program windows 59
Sizing program windows 61
Maximize a program window 61
Minimize a program window 62
Size at will 63
Moving a program window 66
Moving and sizing from the keyboard 66
Closing a Program 67
Using the Notifi cation Area 68
Showing/hiding notifi cation icons 70
Responding to notifi cation messages 71
Using scroll bars 71
Using Back and Forward buttons 73
Quick Help for Getting Started 74
Logging Off, Shutting Down 76
Stuff You Can Do with a Computer 77
Wrap-Up 78
Chapter 5: Sharing and Securing with User Accounts 79
Logging In and Out of User Accounts 80
Where am I now? 80
Switching accounts 81
Creating Strong Passwords 83
Remembering passwords 84
Devising a password hint 84
Picture Passwords 85
Creating a picture password 85
Testing your picture password 88
Types of User Accounts 88
Microsoft accounts 88
Local accounts 89
The built-in administrator account 89
Administrative user accounts 90
Standard accounts 90
Guest account 90
Creating and Managing User Accounts 90
Creating a Microsoft user account 92
Creating a new e-mail address for a new user account 94
Creating a local account 97
Changing user accounts 97
Changing a user account type 98
Password-protecting an account 99
Changing the account picture 100
Enabling or disabling the guest account 102
Navigating through user account pages 103
Cracking into standard user accounts 104
Deleting User Accounts 104
Using User Accounts 105
Understanding User Account Control 106
Privilege escalation in administrative accounts 108
Turning UAC on and off 108
Creating and Using Password Reset Disks 110
Choosing a memory device for the password reset 111
Creating the password reset disk 111
Using the password reset disk 111
Running Programs as Administrator 112
Add the Built-in Administrator Account to the Login Screen 113
Stop Entering Password on Lockout 113
Advanced Security Tools 114
Using Credential Manager 114
Managing Profi le Properties and Environment Variables 117
Wrap-Up 118
Chapter 6: Using Windows 8 Family Safety 121
Before You Get Started 121
Setting Up Windows 8 Family Safety 121
Getting to the Family Safety page122
Setting Web Filtering 123
Setting time limits 127
Controlling Windows Store and game play 130
Blocking and allowing Apps 133
Viewing Family Safety Activity Reports 134
Viewing Family Safety Online Reports 136
Other Online Safety Resources 137
Wrap-Up 138
Part II: Security and Updates 139
Chapter 7: Help, Support, and Troubleshooting 141
Introducing Help and Support 141
Navigating Help 144
Using the Search box 146
Online Help and offl ine Help 146
Help from People 147
Remote Assistance 148
Microsoft Answers website 148
Microsoft customer support 151
Troubleshooting 151
Wrap-Up 152
Chapter 8: Troubleshooting Startup Problems 153
The Computer Won’t Start 153
Non-system disk or disk error message154
Computer starts but mouse and keyboard don’t work 154
Computer keeps trying to start but never gets there 154
Screen turns blue during startup and then stops 154
Computer Takes Too Long to Start 155
Restore system fi les to an earlier time 155
Windows 8 Automatic Repair Mode 155
Repair Windows 8 Install 156
Advanced startup 156
Start in Safe Mode 158
The instruction manual that came with your computer 161
Resources in this book 161
Resources in Windows Help 161
Online resources 161
Programs Won’t Start 162
Wrap-Up 162
Part III: Personalizing Windows 8 163
Chapter 9: Protecting Yourself with Windows Firewall 165
How Firewalls Work 165
Introducing Action Center 167
How you know Windows Firewall is On 168
Turning Windows Firewall on or off 168
Making Exceptions to Firewall Protection 170
Manually confi guring fi rewall exceptions (allowed apps and programs) 171
Adding an app exception 172
Disabling, changing, and deleting exceptions 174
Advanced Firewall Confi guration 174
Open Windows Firewall With Advanced Security 174
Changing fi rewall profi le properties 175
Firewall alerts, unicast responses, local administrator control 176
Security logging 176
Customizing IPsec settings 176
Inbound and outbound rules 178
Wrap-Up 179
Chapter 10: Conquering Malicious Software 181
Types of Malware 181
Viruses and worms181
Spyware and adware 182
Trojan horses and rootkits 182
Conquering Viruses and Spyware
with Windows Defender 183
Opening Windows Defender 184
Removing malicious software from your computer 184
Performing a custom scan 186
Preventing malicious software using real-time scanning 187
Windows Defender updates 188
Excluding fi les and folders 189
Advanced confi guration options 190
Joining MAPS 191
The Malicious Software Removal Tool 192
Wrap-Up 192
Chapter 11: Automatic Updates as Security 195
Understanding Automatic Updates 195
Updates versus upgrades 196
Why updates are important 196
Enabling Automatic Updates 197
Managing Updates 198
Managing optional updates 198
Changing how updates work 199
Reviewing and removing updates 201
Thwarting Exploits with DEP 202
Wrap-Up 204
Chapter 12: Personalizing the Windows 8 Interface 205
Customizing the Start Screen 205
Rearranging tiles 205
Adding and removing tiles 206
Adding tiles 206
Removing tiles 208
Resizing tiles 208
Working with live tiles 208
Working with groups 209
Creating groups 209
Rearranging groups 210
Naming groups210
Clearing Live Data 211
Allocating storage for Tile updates 212
Adding administrative tools to the Start screen 212
Changing Start Screen Background and Color 212
Customizing the Lock Screen 213
Changing Your Account Picture 214
Wrap-Up 214
Chapter 13: Personalizing the Desktop 215
Using the Personalization Page 215
Choosing a theme 216
Personalizing your desktop background 218
Personalizing your color scheme 220
Making text sharper with ClearType 221
Personalizing sound effects 222
Personalizing your screen saver 224
Personalizing desktop icons 227
Creating your own desktop icons 227
Sizing, arranging, showing, and hiding desktop icons 228
Customizing icons 229
Choosing a screen resolution 230
Using multiple monitors232
Reducing monitor fl icker235
Adjusting the font size (dpi)235
Personalizing your mouse 237
Mice for lefties 238
Adjusting the double-click speed 239
Using ClickLock 239
Speed up or slow down the mouse pointer 240
Making the mouse pointer more visible 240
Changing mouse wheel behavior 241
Personalizing the Keyboard 241
Creating Custom Shortcut Keys 243
Customizing the Taskbar245
Locking and unlocking the taskbar 246
Moving and sizing the taskbar 247
Showing toolbars on the taskbar 247
Sizing and positioning taskbar toolbars 248
Using the Links toolbar (Favorites Bar) 249
Customizing the Notifi cation Area 250
Getting rid of Notifi cation area icons 252
Tweaking the clock 252
Wrap-Up 254
Chapter 14: Transferring Files from Another Computer 257
What You Can Transfer 257
Getting programs onto your new computer 258
What not to install 259
Choosing a Transfer Method 259
Using a USB Easy Transfer cable 260
Using a home network 260
Using external hard drives or fl ash drives 261
Before you begin the transfer 261
Performing the Transfer 262
When the Transfer Is Finished 264
Transferring Without Windows Easy Transfer 266
Manually transfer Internet Explorer Favorites 266
Transferring fonts 268
Wrap-Up 268
Chapter 15: Customizing Startup Options 271
First Things First 271
Starting Programs Automatically 273
Using the Startup folder 273
Using the Task Manager Startup tab 276
Stopping auto start applications 277
Using the System Confi guration
Tool to Control Startup279
Services Snap-In 282
Bypassing the Login Page 286
Troubleshooting Startup 288
Get rid of disabled devices 288
When Windows won’t start at all 289
Wrap-Up 289
Chapter 16: Troubleshooting Customization Problems 291
Desktop Problems 291
My screen is too large/small; my screen
colors look awful 291
When I right-click the desktop, I don’t get
a Personalize option 292
Parts of my screen are cut off or blank 293
My desktop picture doesn’t fi t right 293
Everything is huge; I can’t see all of the dialog boxes 294
Icon names are too big or too small294
I don’t have any desktop icons (or don’t like their size) 295
I can’t put my desktop icons where I want them 296
My screen saver never kicks in 296
Taskbar Problems 297
My taskbar is missing 297
I can’t resize my taskbar 298
I don’t have a Quick Launch toolbar 298
Updating Your Display Driver 298
Regional and Language Settings 299
Change how numbers, dates, and times look 300
Modifying Location and Multiple Language Options 300
Switching languages and keyboards 302
Removing input languages 303
Wrap-Up 303
Part IV: Beyond the Desktop 305
Chapter 17: Chatting with Windows 8 307
Understanding Chat and IM 308
Using the Messaging App for IM 309
Sending and receiving messages with Messaging 310
Deleting a message thread 312
Setting your status 313
Inviting contacts 313
Setting Messaging options 313
Using Windows Live Messenger 314
Adding Messenger to Windows 314
Setting up your account 314
Adding contacts 315
Chatting online 316
Changing the font 317
Audio, video, and more 317
Wrap-Up 317
Chapter 18: Windows 8 and Windows Live 319
Windows Live 319
Creating a Windows Live Account 320
Using Windows Live 322
Saving Files in SkyDrive 324
Using Offi ce Web Apps 326
Wrap-Up 330
Chapter 19: Social Networking with Windows 8 331
Using the People App 331
Setting up a social media account 332
Viewing social media activity 336
Navigating the People app 340
Wrap-Up 341
Chapter 20: Using Computers Remotely 343
Using Remote Assistance 343
Setting up Remote Assistance 344
Requesting Remote Assistance 345
Using the Remote Desktop App 349
Allowing remote connections on a home network 352
Connecting from a remote home network PC 354
Using Classic Remote Desktop 355
Display 356
Local Resources 357
Programs 358
Experience 358
Advanced 359
Wrap-Up 361
Chapter 21: Managing Names and Addresses 363
Opening Contacts 364
Changing how you view contacts 365
Making shortcuts to contacts 365
Creating a contact 366
Opening and editing contacts 367
Create a “Me” contact 368
Creating Contact Groups 368
Printing Contacts 371
Importing and Exporting Contacts 372
Importing people to your contacts folder 372
Exporting contacts to vCards 373
Exporting to a CSV fi le 373
Searching for Contacts 374
Sharing Contacts on a Network 374
Wrap-Up 374
Chapter 22: Working in the Cloud 377
Understanding the Cloud 377
Setting Up a SkyDrive Account 378
Accessing SkyDrive Files 379
Using SkyDrive for Windows 381
Using the SkyDrive App 383
Adding fi les to SkyDrive 385
Sharing fi les using SkyDrive 387
Wrap-Up 389
Part V: Pictures, Music, and Movies 391
Chapter 23: Working with Pictures 393
Getting Pictures into Your Computer 393
Getting pictures from a digital camera 393
Getting pictures from a memory card 395
Getting pictures from a CD or DVD 397
Getting pictures from a scanner 398
Using pictures you get by e-mail 400
Copying pictures from websites 400
Copy-and-paste pictures 402
Taking screenshots 402
Using Your Pictures Folder 404
Pictures folder quick tips 407
Why some pictures show icons 410
Videos in your Pictures folder 412
Renaming pictures and videos 413
Using Windows Live Photo Gallery 413
Choosing what to view and how 415
Photo Gallery quick tips 415
Selecting thumbnails in the Gallery 416
Dating, rating, tagging, and captioning 416
Filtering pictures 418
Changing tags 419
Use a picture as your desktop background 419
Adding pictures to Photo Gallery 420
Use your Photo Gallery as a screen saver 420
Fixing photos 420
Auto Adjust 422
Exposure 422
Color 422
Straighten 422
Crop 422
Fix red eye 424
Effects 425
Saving changes 425
Using people tags 425
Choosing Photo Gallery options 426
Making movies from Photo Gallery 429
Printing Pictures 429
Printing from Windows Live Photo Gallery 429
Printing pictures from a folder 431
Pixels and Megapixels 432
File extension, size, and dimensions 433
TIFF pictures 436
JPEG pictures 436
GIF pictures 436
PNG pictures 436
BMP pictures 436
Changing a picture type or size 436
Pictures, Tags, and Virtual Folders 438
Wrap-Up 439
Chapter 24: Making Music with Media Player 441
Controlling Sound Volume 441
Starting Windows Media Player 443
Media Player program window 443
The toolbar 445
Media Player menus 445
Play controls 447
Closing/minimizing Windows Media Player 448
Listening to a CD 449
Now Playing, Visualizations, and Enhancements 451
Using the playlist in Now Playing view 452
Using Enhancements 453
Stopping a CD 454
Play CDs automatically with Media Player 454
Ripping (Copying) Music CDs 454
Options for ripping CDs 455
Choosing where to put songs 456
Choosing how to name fi les 456
Choosing a fi le format and quality 457
Copy Protect Music 459
Rip CD Automatically459
Eject CD After Ripping 460
Still more rip options 460
Copying songs 460
Getting Music Online 462
Using the Media Player Library 462
Navigating the library 462
Choosing columns for Media Library 467
Sizing columns 468
Moving columns 468
Sorting songs 468
Getting missing media information automatically 468
Choosing what fi les to include in your library 470
Sharing (streaming) your media library 471
Allowing Internet streaming 473
Using a remote stream 473
Allow Remote Control 474
Pushing media to another computer 474
Automatically renaming songs 474
Selecting in media library 475
Changing a song title 477
Changing genre, artist, and so on 477
Changing incorrect media information 477
Rating songs 477
Making Custom Playlists 478
Managing songs in a playlist 480
Saving a playlist 482
Viewing, playing, and changing playlists 482
Using and creating Auto Playlists 482
Creating Your Own Music CDs 484
Types of music CDs 484
Choosing music disk options 485
Choosing songs to put on the CD 487
Creating the disk 489
Saving a Burn list 489
Copying Music to Portable Devices 489
Manual syncing490
Managing songs on a device 491
Auto-syncing devices 492
Choosing between manual and auto sync 493
Setting player options 493
Fun with skins 494
Extending Media Player with Plug-ins 495
Converting File Types 495
Music, Metadata, and Searches 496
Wrap-Up 497
Chapter 25: Working with Video and Photos 499
Watching Video Files 499
Using your Videos library 500
Recorded TV 501
Playing videos using Video App 501
Playing videos using Media Player 503
Adding videos to your Media Library 504
Playing videos from your library 506
Managing Photos with Media Player 506
More on Playlists 507
Limiting playlist size 509
Limiting playlists to favorite items 510
Skipping playlist items 510
Prompt Me to Remove Upon Save 511
Wrap-Up 511
Chapter 26: Using Media Center 513
Before You Begin 513
Installing Media Center 514
Starting Media Center 517
Working Media Center with a mouse 520
Working Media Center with a keyboard 520
Using a Media Center remote control 520
Moving and Sizing Media Center 521
Media Center Playback Controls 521
Things You Can Do Without TV 522
Playing music in Media Center 522
Viewing pictures and videos in Media Center 523
Movies and TV in Media Center 524
Extras 525
Sports 525
Watching and Recording TV 526
Internet TV 528
Recording TV 529
Watching recorded TV 530
Recorded TV fi les 530
Personalizing Media Center 530
General settings 531
Startup and Window Behavior 531
Visual and Sound Effects 532
Windows Media Center Setup532
Parental Controls 532
Automatic Download options 532
Optimization 532
About Windows Media Center 533
Privacy 533
TV settings533
Pictures settings 533
Music settings 534
DVD settings 534
Start menu and extras 534
Extender settings 534
Media Libraries 534
Syncing, shutting down, and extenders 534
Wrap-Up 535
Part VI: Managing Your Content 537
Chapter 27: Understanding Drives, Folders, and Files 539
Understanding Disks and Drives 539
Your computer’s hard disk 539
Removable media 540
CDs and DVDs 540
Portable devices 541
Flash cards and memory sticks 542
Flash drives 542
Viewing your computer’s drives 543
Sizes and capacities 545
How much room is there? 546
Viewing disk contents 548
Formatting disks 548
About Folders 548
Viewing the contents of a folder 550
Folders within folders (subfolders) 550
Parent folders 551
About Files 551
Opening and closing fi les 553
Showing/hiding fi lename extensions 554
Choosing a program or app to open a fi le 555
Changing the default program or app 556
Windows cannot open this fi le 557
File paths 558
Using File Explorer559
Opening File Explorer 560
File Explorer components 560
Show or hide ribbon bar 562
Navigating with the Address bar 563
Navigating with the Navigation pane 564
Adding places to Favorites 566
Managing favorites 566
Navigating from the contents pane 567
Navigating to a disk drive 568
Choosing an icon view 568
Using columns in the Details view 569
Sorting icons 571
Filtering a folder 571
Using the Preview pane 574
Using the Details pane 576
To Click or Double-Click? 577
Personalizing folder behavior 578
Options on the View tab 579
Saving Things in Folders 585
What folder should I use? 585
How to save in folders 586
Saving in Windows 8–style dialog boxes 586
Naming the fi le 588
Choosing a Save As type 588
Click Save 588
Opening the saved fi le 589
Creating Your Own Folders 589
Creating folders on the fl y while saving 591
Personalizing your folder 592
Specify a folder type 592
Folder pictures 593
Changing a folder’s icon 594
Read-Only, Hidden, and Advanced attributes 594
Compress Contents to Save Disk Space 596
Encrypt Contents to Secure Data 596
Wrap-Up 598
Chapter 28: Managing Files and Folders 599
Selecting Icons 599
Selecting one icon 600
Selecting all icons 601
Selecting a range of icons 602
Selecting and unselecting one at a time 603
Selecting with a touch screen 604
Selecting with the keyboard 604
Selecting by fi ltering 604
Selecting by lassoing 606
Selecting most icons in a folder 606
Selecting from multiple folders 606
Unselecting all icons 606
Moving and Copying Files 607
Moving fi les to a subfolder 607
Copying to/from external disks 609
Moving and copying by dragging 609
Moving or copying by using two open folders 611
Using cut-and-paste to move or copy fi les 613
Making a copy in the same folder 613
Undoing a move or copy 614
This location already contains … 614
Renaming Files 616
Undoing a rename 617
Renaming multiple fi les 618
Deleting Files 619
Using the Recycle Bin 621
Recovering accidentally deleted fi les 622
Permanently deleting Recycle Bin fi les 623
Creating and Deleting Shortcuts 623
Managing Files with DOS Commands 626
Getting to a command prompt 626
Using the command prompt 627
Copy-and-paste in the Command Prompt window 628
Navigating from the command prompt 628
Using wildcards 628
Printing a list of fi lenames 629
Wrap-Up 631
Chapter 29: Searching for Files and Messages on Your Computer 633
Basics of Searching 633
You’re not asking it questions 634
Be specifi c 635
Spelling counts635
Where you start the search matters 636
How Searching Works 636
Quick Charms Bar Searches 637
Customizing Windows search 640
Extending a Start menu search 641
Searching Folders and Views 642
Specifying search criteria 644
Search by date 644
Search by size 646
Search by fi lename or subject 647
Search by kind 648
Search by tags, authors, title, and others 648
Saving a search 648
Using saved searches 649
Wrap-Up 651
Chapter 30: Metadata and Power Searches 653
Working with File Properties 654
Viewing properties sheets 655
Viewing properties in columns 655
Editing properties 656
Setting Properties When You Save 659
Personalizing Searches 660
Managing the Search Index 661
Adding indexed locations 662
Remove a location from the index 664
Choosing fi le types to index 664
More advanced options 666
Power Searches 667
Searching specifi c properties 668
Greater than and less than 669
AND, OR, and NOT searches 669
Date and number searches 672
Searching for phrases 674
Message searching 674
Natural language queries 674
Wrap-Up 676
Chapter 31: Protecting Your Files 679
Simple File Backups 679
Using File History 682
Starting File History 682
Backing up to a network location 685
Excluding folders during backups 688
Setting the File History advanced option 691
Restoring fi les from a backup 694
Using System Protection 697
Turning System Protection on or off 697
Creating a restore point 699
Returning to a previous restore point 700
Undoing a system restore 701
Using BitLocker Drive Encryption 701
BitLocker hardware requirements 702
Encrypting the volume 702
When the computer won’t start 704
Turning off BitLocker 704
More info on BitLocker 704
Wrap-Up 704
Part VII: Printing, Faxing, and Scanning 707
Chapter 32: Installing and Managing Printers 709
Printer Properties Versus Printing Properties 709
Add a Printer with the Devices Tool 710
Opening the Devices and Printers Folder 712
Setting the default printer 713
Testing a printer 714
Installing a New Printer 714
Installing printers with USB and infrared connections 715
Installing printers with parallel and serial port connections 715
Installing a network, wireless, or Bluetooth Printer 716
Managing Printer Drivers 717
Setting Default Printing Preferences 719
Portrait versus landscape printing 720
Printing on both sides 720
Making pages print in the right order 720
Saving time and money 720
Setting Printer Properties 722
Confi guring shared printers 723
Confi guring printer ports 724
Setting up printer pooling 725
Confi guring printer availability 726
Setting other advanced options 727
Wrap-Up 728
Chapter 33: Printing Documents and Screenshots 729
Printing a Document 729
Common printing options 733
Choosing a print quality and other options 733
Still more print options 736
Printing the Screen 736
Using Print Preview 738
Wrap-Up 740
Chapter 34: Managing Print Jobs 741
How Printing Works 741
Managing Print Jobs 743
Managing a single document 743
Managing several documents744
Managing all documents 744
Changing print queue order 745
Solving Common Printer Problems 745
Printing Offl ine 747
Creating XPS Documents 748
Printing From Windows 8 Apps 751
Wrap-Up 753
Chapter 35: Faxing and Scanning 755
What You Need for Fax 755
Opening Windows Fax and Scan 756
Creating a fax account 756
Confi guring fax modem options 757
Defi ning Dialing Rules 759
Setting Up Your Cover Sheets 762
Sending Faxes 764
Faxing from Windows Fax and Scan 764
Sending faxes from programs 766
Receiving Faxes 767
Working with Faxes 768
Scanning Documents 769
Scanning with Windows Fax and Scan769
Using scanned documents 771
Forwarding scanned documents automatically 772
Wrap-Up 772
Chapter 36: Troubleshooting Printing and Faxing 775
Troubleshooting Printing775
First aid for printing problems 775
Document appears to print, but nothing comes
out of the printer 776
Problem with a network printer 776
Printer prints garbage 777
Advanced printing features are disabled 777
Printed colors don’t match screen colors778
Error message “Problem Communicating with Printer” 778
Updating your printer driver 779
Troubleshooting Faxing 779
Printing and Faxing Troubleshooting Resources 780
Wrap-Up 780
Part VIII: Installing and Removing Programs 781
Chapter 37: Adding and Managing Windows 8 Applications 783
Using the Windows Store 783
Reviewing Windows 8 apps 785
Navigating the Windows Store 789
Windows Store categories 791
Costs of apps 793
Searching for apps 794
Installing Windows 8 apps 794
Updating Apps 795
Removing Apps796
Wrap-Up 797
Chapter 38: Installing and Upgrading Legacy Programs 799
Playing It Safe with Program Installations 800
Updates Versus Upgrades 800
Installing and Upgrading from a Disk 801
Common Installation Prompts 802
The initial CD or DVD prompt 802
Entering an administrator password 803
The product key or serial number 803
Compliance check 804
User information prompt 804
The End User License Agreement 805
Type of installation 806
Installation summary 807
Setup completed 807
Using the installed program 808
Wrap-Up 808
Chapter 39: Getting Older Programs to Run 811
Understanding Program Types 811
DOS programs 812
Old programs to avoid altogether 812
Installing Incompatible Programs 813
Using the Program Compatibility Wizard 814
Quick-and-Dirty Program Compatibility 817
Using DOS Commands in Windows 8 818
Wrap-Up 821
Chapter 40: Repairing and Removing Programs 823
Changing and Repairing Programs 823
Uninstalling Programs 826
Unpinning from the Start screen 827
Dealing with stuck programs 827
Turning Windows Features On and Off 828
Wrap-Up 829
Chapter 41: Setting Default Programs 831
Setting Default Programs for Files 831
Using the Default Programs Page 835
Setting your default programs 836
Associating a fi le type or protocol with a specifi c program 838
Changing AutoPlay settings 839
Setting program access and computer defaults 840
Wrap-Up 842
Chapter 42: Managing Programs and Processes 845
Getting to Know Task Manager 845
Viewing More and Less Detail 847
Choosing Task Manager Views 848
Not Responding? Task Manager to the Rescue 850
Closing frozen programs 850
Switching and starting tasks 852
Restarting a hung computer 852
Monitoring Performance with Task Manager 853
Managing Processes with Task Manager 858
Showing other columns 860
Common processes 861
Choosing columns on the Details tab 862
App History tab 864
Startup tab 866
Users tab 867
Services tab 868
Wrap-Up 868
Chapter 43: Troubleshooting Software Problems 871
Troubleshooting Installation 871
Troubleshooting Programs 872
Researching Application Errors 874
Editing the Registry 874
How registry data is organized 875
Hives, keys, and subkeys 875
Key values 879
Backing up the registry 880
Making the registry change 881
Troubleshooting Tips 884
Wrap-Up 885
Part IX: Hardware and Performance Tuning 887
Chapter 44: Installing and Removing Hardware 889
Hardware, Firmware, and Software Demystifi ed 889
A Few Words About Device Drivers 890
Using Hot-Pluggable Devices 890
Connecting USB devices 891
Connecting IEEE 1394 devices 893
PC cards 893
Using memory cards 894
Memory cards and USB mass storage 895
Disconnecting hot-pluggable devices 896
Not-So-Hot-Pluggable Devices 898
Installing expansion cards 899
Installing more memory (RAM) 901
Installing a second hard drive 902
Primary and extended partitions 903
Partitioning and formatting the disk 904
Other hard drive operations 908
Converting a disk to NTFS 908
Shrinking and extending partitions 910
Changing a volume label 911
Changing a drive letter 911
The exFAT fi le system912
Removing Hardware 913
Updating Drivers914
Dealing with Devices that Prevent Windows 8 from Starting 915
Wrap-Up 916
Chapter 45: Using Wireless Bluetooth Devices 917
The World of Bluetooth 917
Confi guring Your Bluetooth Adapter 919
Adding Bluetooth-Enabled Devices 922
Connecting an Android smart phone 923
Joining a personal area network 926
Receiving fi les from a Bluetooth device 927
Sending fi les to a Bluetooth device 930
Creating a Bluetooth personal area network 932
Troubleshooting a Bluetooth network connection 934
Sharing an Internet connection 934
Wrap-Up 935
Chapter 46: Syncing Devices 937
Syncing with Network Files 937
Using Sync Center for offl ine fi les 938
Enable offl ine fi les 939
Using Sync Center 940
Settings for offl ine fi les 943
Dealing with confl ict 947
Synchronizing with Other Devices 950
Wrap-Up 951
Chapter 47: Performance Tuning Your System 953
Getting to Know Your System 953
Knowing your CPU and RAM954
Windows Experience Index 954
Getting more detailed information about your PC 956
Maximizing CPU and Memory Resources 957
Conserving memory 957
Managing virtual memory 958
Priorities, foreground, and background 961
Controlling CPU priorities 961
Monitoring and Adjusting Performance 962
Performance Monitor 962
Data collector sets and reports 966
Creating data collector sets 968
Resource monitor 971
Reliability monitor 972
Using Windows ReadyBoost 974
Trading pretty for performance 977
Maintaining Your Hard Drive 978
Recovering wasted hard drive space 978
Deleting system restore fi les and unwanted features 980
Defragmenting and optimizing your hard drive 980
The Power Settings 983
Create a power plan 985
System settings 986
Wrap-Up 988
Chapter 48: Troubleshooting Hardware and Performance 991
First Aid for Troubleshooting Hardware 991
Dealing with Error Messages 995
Performing a Clean Boot 996
Using the System Recovery Options 997
Troubleshooting Performance Problems 998
Wrap-Up 1000
Part X: Networking and Sharing 1001
Chapter 49: Creating a Home Network 1003
What Is a LAN?1003
Planning a LAN 1004
Creating a Wired LAN 1004
Traditional Ethernet speeds 1005
The slowest component rules 1006
Creating a Wireless LAN 1007
Wireless broadband router 1008
Other useful wireless goodies 1009
Acquiring and Installing Network Hardware 1009
After the Hardware Setup 1010
Setting Up a Wired Network 1011
Setting Up a Wireless Network 1013
The 80211 standard 1013
Access point, SSID, WEP, and WPA 1014
About SSIDs 1015
About WEP and WPA 1016
Installing the wireless networking hardware 1016
Connecting to available networks 1016
The Notifi cation icon 1018
Wrap-Up 1018
Chapter 50: Sharing Resources on a Network 1019
Some Networking Buzzwords 1019
Methods for Sharing in Windows 8 1021
Homegroups 1021
Workgroup 1021
Domain 1022
How to choose 1023
Turn on Sharing and Discovery 1023
Windows 8 Homegroups 1028
Finding or changing the homegroup password 1028
Joining a homegroup 1029
Sharing items with the homegroup 1030
Excluding items from sharing 1031
Sharing with individual users 1031
Using Public Folders 1032
Advanced Sharing 1033
Identifying Shared Folders 1034
Sharing a Printer 1035
Wrap-Up 1037
Chapter 51: Using Shared Resources 1039
UNC Paths 1039
Accessing Remote Resources 1040
Opening Remote Documents 1042
Opening a read-only copy 1042
Creating network locations 1043
Saving to a Remote Computer 1045
Downloading Programs to a Network Share 1045
Transferring Files Between Computers 1046
Mapping Drive Letters to Shared Folders 1047
Using a Shared Printer 1050
Using Shared Media 1052
Wrap-Up 1053
Chapter 52: Troubleshooting Networks 1055
Letting Windows Troubleshoot the Network 1055
Manual Troubleshooting 1057
Troubleshooting a specifi c connection 1058
Testing from a command console 1059
ping 1059
tracert 1061
ipconfi g 1062
Troubleshooting Network Printer Connections 1064
Use All Available Resources 1066
Wrap-Up 1066
Appendix A: Upgrading to Windows 8 1069
Windows 8 System Requirements 1069
Pre-Installation Housekeeping 1070
Installing Windows 8 1071
Installation options 1071
Reenabling old startup programs 1072
Appendix B: Installing Windows 8 on a New System 1073
Gearing Up for a Clean Install 1073
Back up all your data 1074
Make sure that you can boot from your DVD 1075
Installing a new C drive 1075
Doing the Clean Install 1076
The Rest of the Installation 1077
Appendix C: Universal Shortcut Keys 1079
Appendix D: Windows 8 Touch Gestures 1089
Index 1091

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