By Michael Price
Publication: April 24, 2013
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About the book
The Tablet PC is a mobile computer that incorporates a flat touchscreen, is operated by touching the screen and by using an on screen keyboard, and is capable of running the full Windows operating system. Touching the screen is not just a simple matter, since it can involve up to ten points of contact and a range of touch gestures. Tablet PCs can also incorporate sensors, to detect screen brightness, rotation, tilt and motion, and location and direction. The Tablet PC may include cameras, front and back facing, and may allow storage devices and other components to be attached. You can use them with printers, with networks, over the Internet and for Cloud computing.
If you intend to buy a Tablet PC for yourself or for a gift, Tablet PCs in easy steps will guide you through choosing the right one, explaining the differences between them and the options available. This handy guide then covers all the functions you’ll need and will help you to set up, personalize and maintain your Tablet PC. You’ll learn how to connect to and browse the internet, send and receive message and emails, maintain your contacts and diary, download the most useful Windows 8 Apps from the Windows Store, sync and share your data, and keep your Tablet PC software up-todate – all safely and securely.
Tablet PCs in easy steps will guide you through everything you need to know to get the most out of your new Tablet PC, showing you how in easy steps.
Tablet PCs in easy steps concentrates on the Tablet PCs that run the Windows operating systems – Windows RT (for ARM computers) or Windows 8 (for Intel and AMD based computers).
For use with tablets such as the Asus VivoTab RT, the Microsoft Surface, the Dell Ultrabook, the Lenovo IdeaPad and ThinkPad Twist, and any tablet running the Windows 8 operating system.
About the author
Michael Price is an accomplished author, IT journalist and systems consultant with a wide experience of computing systems ranging from mainframes to personal computers. He's also a successful author with several best-selling In Easy Steps books to his credit.
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