Starting and Quitting Windows

What you learn in this chapter will help you operate Windows and any Windows application. This chapter describes the parts of the Windows screen, how to use the keyboard and mouse, and how to start Windows and applications. You learn that there are many different ways to start an application. This chapter not only describes these different methods but also tells you which ways you might prefer to use, depending on your experience and the type of task you are doing.

If you have not yet installed Windows and Internet Explorer 4.0, turn to Chapter 2, "Installing and Upgrading Windows 95," to learn how. After you install Windows, it starts automatically every time you turn on your computer. If your computer requires ...

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