Using Windows 10

Windows 10    |    Beginner
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A window is the container that displays documents, files, and applications. Discover how to open, close, and hide windows; move, resize, and manage multiple windows; and use scrollbars in Windows 10.


  • Closing a window
    Hiding a window
    Moving a window
  • Resizing a window
    Using scrollbars
    Managing multiple windows simultaneously


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    In Windows 10, there are many different ways to close your windows and applications. Depending on the type of window that you'd like to close, there may be more than one way to do so. FREE ACCESS
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    Is there a window that you want to keep open but is currently blocking your view of another open application or your desktop? Rather than closing the application in question, you can hide it, an action that is known as minimizing. A minimized application can be quickly reactivated via the Windows 10 taskbar. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Moving a window in Windows 10
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    The windows in Windows 10 are easy to use. You can keep multiple windows open, quickly move from one to another, and activate different applications and folders with ease. See how to reposition your windows to manage multiple programs and applications in Windows 10 at the same time. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Resizing a window in Windows 10
    3m 55s
    The key to organizing your workspace in Windows 10 is knowing how resize an active window. There are a number of different ways of adjusting your window's dimensions - manually or automatically - depending on how you want it to appear and what you want to do with it. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Using scrollbars in Windows 10
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    Sometimes the content of a window is greater than the windows itself. This is often the case if you have resized your active window or are visualizing multiple windows on a single screen. See how to use your scrollbars to access content that may be otherwise hidden from view by using both your vertical and horizontal scrollbars in Windows 10. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Managing multiple windows simultaneously in Windows 10
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    Windows 10 can help you to reorganize and manage your active windows automatically. This can be useful if you are working in multiple applications or folders at the same time. Once you have reorganized your active windows on your screen, you can ensure that everything you need to keep an eye on remains visible and on screen. You can also quickly switch from one window to another. FREE ACCESS


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