How to make a screen shot of your computer in two simple ways

How to make a screen shot of your computer in two simple ways

Software, Windows
Screen shots are simply images created by capturing either the entire or sections of a computer screen. They are a very important tool in the current digital world and mostly they are used to capture the error in a certain applications after which is sent to an IT expert who will often analyze it, troubleshoot and later fix the error completely. Screen shots are also greatly used to explain a variety of steps or pin point a specific area of a computer window either through marking or painting on the them. They are very effective when illustrating step by step instructions to achieve a certain task in a computer. For example this article uses a variety of screen shots to make the steps as simple as possible to our readers.…
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Eight Items contained on a computer desktop

Eight Items contained on a computer desktop

Windows
Computer desktop is your work area on which program and files icons are located. It is basically a work space where you can access everything you need to operate your computer, such as system components, applications, the Internet, etc. This personal work space is accessed after logging in to the operation system when computer completes the boot up process after being powered on Items on Computer Desktop Start button: Allows you to open menus and start applications. Task bar: Primarily used to switch between open windows and applications. Icons (or graphical pictures): Represent applications, files, folders and other parts of the operating system. By default Windows provides you with one desktop icon, the Recycle Bin. My Computer: Provides access to the resources on your computer. You can access your drives…
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What happens when you power on a computer

What happens when you power on a computer

Windows
It is useful to understand what happens behind the scenes when you switch on your computer from an idle machine to an operable and functional system. This process is called booting. There are essentially two forms of booting - the soft boot and the hard boot. The cold boot or hard boot involves powering the computer up from an initial zero power supply. A warm boot on the other hand takes place when a software application or operating system triggers the computer to perform a reboot. It is mostly done using CTR + ALT + DELETE keys when the computer stops responding or the system updates is required to take effect. A successful boot is dependent on the hardware, BIOS and operating system files to function without errors. When an…
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