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Choose the right computer and go online Shop, bank, email, and share photos online safely Use the latest features of Windows (R) 10 Unleash exciting opportunities by learning to use a computer If you're just buying your first computer and you don't know a mouse from a megabyte, this fun and accessible guide walks you through all the steps to choosing, setting up, and successfully using your new PC. Larger text and bigger images make it a breeze to follow along as you learn how to use your computer. Stay connected with family and friends via social media and email, as well as securely pay your bills and shop online without ever having to leave the comfort of your home. There's no reason to be intimidated by new technology--this book shows you how to navigate a computer with confidence! Inside ... Get around the latest Windows operating system Use a computer with vision or hearing challenges Set up printers and scanners Work with software programs Make the most of all the Internet offers Use applications in the cloud