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Details of widows desktop settings
tatyfidda English 8 sarahbishop [Read]
26 July 2017 à 03:51

tatyfidda, Wednesday 06 August 2014 à 11:08 | Quote


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Hi,

I have new system but I don't know about desktop settings. Please help me

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If you really want some details about how to customise the dock => Tutorial-Customisation

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sarahbishop, Wednesday 26 July 2017 à 03:51 | Quote


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To Setting up a desktop computer you try to do follow these steps:
Step 1
Unpack the monitor and computer case from the box. Remove any plastic covering or protective tape. Place the monitor and computer case on a desk or work area.
Step 2
Locate the monitor cable.
Step 3
Connect one end of the cable to the monitor port on the back of the computer case and the other end to the monitor. If you're using a VGA cable like the one in the picture below, you'll want to tighten the screws on the monitor cable to secure it.
Step 4
Unpack the keyboard and determine whether it uses a USB (rectangular) connector or a PS/2 (round) connector. If it uses a USB connector, plug it into any of the USB ports on the back of the computer. If it uses a PS/2 connector, plug it into the purple keyboard port on the back of the computer.
Step 5
Unpack the mouse and determine whether it uses a USB or PS/2 connector. If it uses a USB connector, plug it into any of the USB ports on the back of the computer. If it uses a PS/2 connector, plug it into the green mouse port on the back of the computer.
Step 6
If you have external speakers or headphones, you can connect them to your computer's audio port (either on the front or back of the computer case). Many computers have color-coded ports. Speakers or headphones connect to the green port, and microphones connect to the pink port. The blue port is the line in, which can be used with other types of devices.
Step 7
Locate the two power supply cables that came with your computer. Plug the first power supply cable into the back of the computer case and then into a surge protector. Then, using the other cable, connect the monitor to the surge protector.
Step 8
Finally, plug the surge protector into a wall outlet. You may also need to turn on the surge protector if it has a power switch.
Step 9
If you have a printer, scanner, webcam, or other peripherals, you can connect them at this point. Many peripherals are plug and play, which means they will be recognized by your computer as soon as they are plugged in.
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