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If you want to spend less time figuring out Windows and more time getting things accomplished, you've come to the right place. This guide breaks down the most common Windows tasks into easily digestible parts, providing you with illustrated, step-by-step instructions on everything you'll encounter in Windows 10. From setting up your desktop with your favorite apps to finding the files and applications you need and everything in between this hands-on, friendly guide takes the headache out of working with Windows.

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  • Spend less time figuring out Windows and more time getting things done
  • Follow simple steps to answer your questions
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