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After explaining the types of Tablet PC and options available, Tablet PCs for Seniors in easy steps
then covers all the functions you will need and guides you through setting up, personalizing and maintaining you Tablet PC. You will be shown how to connect to and browse the internet, send and receive messages and emails, and maintain contacts and the calendar.
Apps form a major part of Windows 8 and the functions of the Tablet PC can be extended by downloading Windows 8 Apps from the Windows Store. Tablet PCs for Seniors in easy steps looks at a number of these, focusing on apps the senior reader might find useful. A Tablet PC may include a version of Microsoft Office, so the book covers the basics of the Office applications. Security is an important feature, so this guide helps you keep safe and secure, also ensuring the software on your Tablet PC is kept up to date.
Tablet PCs for Seniors in easy steps guides you through everything you will need to know to get the most out of your new Tablet PC, showing them how, in larger type for easier reading.
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author, IT journalist and systems consultant with a wide experience of computing systems ranging from mainframes to personal computers.
Table of Contents
1. Choosing your Tablet PC
2. Using the Tablet PC
3. Battery Management
4. Tablet PC Software
5 Other Windows Software
6. Email and Messaging
7. Browsing the Internet
8. Networking and Syncing
9. Managing Users and Data
10. Managing your Tablet PC
11. Maintaining your Tablet PC
12. Optimizing Tablet Operations