Windows ’95 With Greta


Windows ’95 With Greta

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[Windows ’95 With Greta]

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Learning Windows ‘95
with Greta

Section 1

[Greta:] Source:
Hi and welcome to Sexy Software. My name is Greta. We’re going to be learning how to use Microsoft’s latest version of windows called Windows 95. If you can follow along with your own computer, it will make the learning process easier for you. This program is not a tutorial on the installation of Windows 95. If you are having problems installing your new program, then contact one of the technical support members that came in the software package.

Section 2
Minimum Requirements

Before we get started, there are somethings that you should make sure you have in order to run Windows 95 successfully. You need at least a four 86 processor with 8 megabytes of RAM and a hard drive with about 50 megabytes of free disk space to be happy with Windows 95. If you don’t have these minimum requirements, you may have trouble installing and running Windows 95. Contact your local computer dealer to help you upgrade your computer.

Section 3
Getting Started

So… let’s get started. If you’ve installed Windows 95, I’m sure you’ve noticed many differences from the older version of Windows. The most noticeable one is the Windows 95 desktop or the first screen that you see when the program is booted up. I’m going to teach you what all these icons are and how to launch your programs. So… sit back with your computer, relax and I’ll try to make it pleasurable for you as I can.

Section 4

First, there are some terms and actions that you will need to know in order to move around on your desktop. The first of these terms is called an ‘icon’. An icon is a picture of that represents either objects like printers, documents, applications, folders, devices or even other computers. In addition a text label further describes the icon for you. Aren’t they cute?

Using Icons

[Greta:] Source:
You choose an object that the ‘icon’ is representing by double clicking on the icon with your left mouse button, which means that you move the mouse cursor over the icon and then click the left mouse button twice very fast. The icons that you see in the upper left hand corner of the Windows 95 screen provide access to your files and documents, other computers on the network, the Recycling Bin where you remove items from the desktop and a brief case icon. I’ll explain what all of these do.

“My Computer”

First, the My Computer icon on the desktop lets you see information about the computer you are working on. When you double click your left mouse button on the icon, the ‘My Computer’ screen pops up, isn’t that easy? There are icons to open the control panel, access the printers and connect to other computers if you are on a network. This is where you’ll be making shortcuts to your most used programs later.

The next icon on the desktop, the network neighborhood icon, which will allow you to see other computers and shared printers in your network, if they are connected. If you have other icons on your desktop, like ‘inbox’ or ‘internet’ connection report to your Windows 95 manual. These applications are fun, but will not be covered on this tape.

“Recycling Bin”

[Greta:] Source:
The Recycling Bin icon is where you remove and then delete objects from the desktop in Windows 95. All you have to do to remove an object or file is highlight it with the single click of your mouse. Then press delete on the keyboard or you can simply drag and drop the icon into the Recycle Bin, which doesn’t delete it, but it keeps in the Recycle Bin until you empty it. To drag and drop you just have to click once with the mouse, hold the button down on the file, and then drag the mouse cursor and position it over the Recycle Bin and release the button. Anyone can do that. You can retrieve an object by dragging it out of the Recycle Bin and dropping it on to the desktop or into a folder. This feature is new to Windows 95 and it can be very helpful if you decide to delete something and then realize later that you still needed. You can retrieve it from the Recycle Bin and you are back in business. Isn’t that cute? And it can keep you out of trouble too.

When you double click on the Recycle Bin, you will see this window. The files that you see here have been removed, but not yet deleted. In this example, the Recycle Bin only has one file. You wouldn’t want to delete something by mistake, would you? You can also use an empty the Recycle Bin if you want to, by choosing the empty Recycle Bin in the file menu. But when you do the objects in the banner are gone forever, so be careful.


[Greta:] Source:
The last icon on the desktop is the ‘Briefcase’. You can put documents or files in the briefcase and move the briefcase to a diskette. You can even move the Briefcase to your laptop across the network and take these documents on the road with you. When you return the Briefcase updates your original documents automatically. It does this by replacing the files that are most recent. Windows 95 will prompt you to check the data of your files before you transfer them from your floppy to your computer. It’s almost like — you never left.

– Tricks –
Switching Between

[Greta:] Source:
Now I’m going to teach you a couple of tricks. So you don’t have to make a lots of mouse clicks. Often you will be working with more than one program at a time. Because most programs take lots of space on your screen, sometimes you won’t be able to see all the programs windows at the same time. So to switch to a different window or program, you can use your keyboard. To demonstrate this neat little trick, let’s open some windows.

Click on the start button with your left mouse button, then go to settings, then control panel. Notice, you don’t have to click on settings, but you will have to select control panel. After the control panel opens, click on start again, then settings, then click on printers. Now, you have two windows opened. Now, well, holding down the alt button, press tab. A window will open up with the set of icons and a window title box. Title box tells you the next window you can go to, to keep scrolling through the windows simply keep pressing the tab key. Remember, to keep scrolling you have to hold down the alt button. Isn’t that a sexy little trick? You can try it later.

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