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© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Laptops and Windows tips
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009
Plug in a bigger monitor or projector Plug in a full size keyboard and mouse You can use an SD memory card instead of a USB flash drive to reduce the chance of damage to laptop
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 On = Power on Flashing = Sleeping Orange = Charging Blue = Charged Off = Running on battery On = Wireless enabled This button turns wireless on and off
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Saving Power Turn wireless off when not needed Reduce brightness of screen (Fn + ) Have a static background (not a slide show) Use sleep mode between activities and classes Turn off laptop screen when using a projector (home + p)
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Connecting to a projector Press home and ‘p’ to choose different display options This option saves power
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Finding what you want Type in here to find what you are looking for quickly
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Right click on the icon to pin it to the taskbar if you use it often
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Hover mouse over icons in task bar to preview what is open
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Click Alt + tab to switch between open applications Click + tab to switch between open applications with style
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Right click on the icons to jump to recent documents
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Hover mouse over the rectangle on the bottom right corner to preview the desktop. Click it to minimise all windows. Click again to restore Press home and spacebar to do the same
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Dragging a window to the side of the screen will make it snap to half the screen size so you can compare documents Keyboard shortcuts: Home + left arrow Home + right arrow
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Disconnecting USB devices or
© Commonwealth of Australia 2009 Right click on the desktop to install gadgets or personalise the desktop by changing backgrounds and colours. Drag gadgets onto the desktop
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