Although using the Windows XP desktop is not an overly complicated procedure, it is helpful that you understand what components make up the screen that you see each and every time your computer is powered on. The Windows XP desktop provides a number of components that can be fully customized based on your needs and how you use the computer. The next section details the specific components that comprise the Windows desktop.
This document provides an overview of the main benefits of using a Windows operating system. Windows is a GOOEY (Graphical User Interface) based operating system, and is one of the most popular operating systems ever invented. As such, Windows provides the most effective and productive way to access, work, and play with your computer. Although there is a variety of other different operating systems available to download and install for free, Windows is simply the easiest to use. Windows is for any person that does not have the time or motivation to learn complex text based operating systems as as Linux or Lindows.
This article introduces you to concepts associated with the System Requirements phrase and what system requirements are required in order to run different versions of Windows.
This page provides an overview of what windows is and what it is not. outlining different responsibilities of the Windows operating system.
This article is meant to serve as a basic introduction into the Windows family of operating systems. It provides an understanding of what Windows is, what aspects of the computer it controls, as well as how an end user can manage data, create and delete files and folders inside of the computer, and manage hardware devices.
The purpose of this guide is to help you master the Basics of using a Windows operating system. No prior knowledge about how computers work