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Microsoft Windows 8 Tutorial Part 11 of 12: Custom Changes



Windows 8 Tutorial for Beginners, Level 1, This is lesson 11 of 12. Learn more about Windows 8 at http://599CD.com/XYTW8B1. In this Windows 8 Tutorial, you will learn:

11. Custom Changes (17:28)
Rick’s Personal Preferences
Get Your Start Button Back
Classic Shell
Downloading Files
Changes to Keyboard Shortcuts
Change TaskBar
QuickLaunch Toolbar
Create a Shortcut Folder
Lock the TaskBar
Other Recommended Programs
Google Chrome
WinAmp
VLC Media Player

12 Comments on Microsoft Windows 8 Tutorial Part 11 of 12: Custom Changes

  1. My computer crushed down last week. I had to buy a new one. But all new computers in stores are Windows 8. I was lost when I got my new computer. I used work on Windows XP.  Thank god I found you. Thank you very much for sharing all your videos.  They are very clear, easy to understand and easy to follow.  Definitely I will share your website to all my friends. Rick very well down :)

  2. My MacAfee is saying that classic shell contains viruses, spyware, and malware? Maybe the link use to be safe and isn't now? or MacAfee is being really cautious?

  3. This was the single most useful thing I've seen online – EVER! Thanks so much for sharing – it really is very much appreciated! Actually I'd like to know if you can see the task bar when using Chrome. I miss being able to see my clock in the bottom left of the screen. Thanks!

  4. I think you are super! Thank you so much for this lesson and I am very confident on my new lap top. I loved and truly enjoyed this course and am willing to recommend your web all my friends in the company. Once again, thank you so much for your help. By the way, I am in London.

  5. I think you are super! Thank you so much for this lesson and I am very confident on my new lap top. I loved and truly enjoyed this course and am willing to recommend your web all my friends in the company. Once again, thank you so much for your help.

  6. Download Chrome and install it. It will ask if you want to make it your default browser. Bing is the default search engine for IE, so if you just don't use IE anymore, you won't see it.

  7. OK now how do you make Google Crome your browser and get rid of the Bing stuff installed on my computer??

  8. No, sorry. I use Microsoft Access for everything database related. I've never had a need for CR.

  9. Another Excellent Video.
    Do you do any training on Crystal Reports?
    Thanks

  10. Excellent taskbar idea and demonstration..Thanks much! Great

  11. Thanks for the tip. I'll have to check it out. I've been recommending VLC player to my clients ever since Microsoft decided to drop classic CODEC support from WMP a few years ago. All of my HUNDREDS of lessons recorded using the "Windows Screen 9" CODEC just refused to play in WMP after Vista was released. VLC fixed the problem.

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