[NFB-Talk] From Gizmo's Freeware: All the Windows 10 Tutorials You’ll Ever Need

David Andrews dandrews920 at comcast.net
Sun Dec 27 17:26:00 UTC 2020

> From the original list owner: while these 
> tutorials were not specifically designed for 
> users of screen readers they will surely be of 
> value to both blind and sighted users alike. 
> Please note that 
> <https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1977-windows-10-tutorial-index.html>the 
> page containing these tutorials contains over 
> 4480 links. Even on a fast PC it may take your 
> screen reader a while to load the entire page into the virtual buffer.
>All the Windows 10 Tutorials You’ll Ever Need
>Whether you already use Windows 10 or are making 
>the switch from Windows 7 or 8.1, this extensive 
>list of tutorials will show you how to do almost anything in Windows 10.
>This treasure trove of Windows 10 tips and 
>tutorials covers most areas of Windows 10. It's 
>a great resource for anyone new to Windows 10, 
>and Windows 10 users can find things they didn't 
>know about or look for something specific. The 
>tutorials are clear and easy to follow, often 
>with more than one option to get something done.
>The tutorials cover these categories:
>• Network and Sharing
>• Installation and Upgrade
>• General Tips
>• Browsers and Mail
>• Gaming and Xbox
>• Apps and Features
>• Customization
>• Virtualization
>• BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)
>• System Security
>• User Accounts
>• Hardware and Drivers
>• Updates and Activation
>• Backup and Restore
>• Performance and Maintenance
>• Mixed Reality
>• Phone
>In addition to the web page, the tutorial index 
>is available on Google Sheets and can be 
>downloaded as a PDF or an xlsx spreadsheet. 
>Downloading the index makes it easier to peruse 
>because there are many tutorials - the PDF file 
>contains 127 US letter size pages. The tutorials 
>and index are updated on a regular basis to keep 
>up with Windows 10 changes. 
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