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Rise Above PC Incompetence: Easily Become a Power User! – Course

Course: Rise Above PC Incompetence: Easily Become a Power User!

 Course: Rise Above PC Incompetence: Easily Become a Power User!



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How to Use a PC Course

Dive into the world of PC wizardry in our laid-back course! Uncover the secrets of keyboard shortcuts, file-fu, system tinkering, and more cool stuff to make your computer dance to your tune. Spend around 4 hours with us, and you’ll be cruising through your PC like a pro. Leave Your Incompetence Behind!!

Here’s a high-level overview of what you’ll learn

  • Keyboard Shortcuts and Navigation Tips
  • File and Folder Management
  • System Customization
  • Power Management and Performance
  • Additional Tips
  • General Office Tips

How to Use a PC Course

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  2. You will have a clear path for your next steps in AutoHotkey
  3. Others like you that are experienced AutoHotkey users have learned from the course

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Couse Length ~4h / 65 videos (avg video <4 min)

Keyboard Shortcuts and Navigation:

  1. Built-in Windows Hotkeys
  2. Select and Type instead of delete
  3. Block Selection and Select to top / bottom
  4. In a list view/dropdowns, clicking the first letter to jump to an item
  5. Alt Left / Right for navigation
  6. Ctrl / Shift Selection on ListViews
  7. Horizontal Scroll with Shift
  8. Accelerator keys on menus

File and Folder Management:

  1. Adding shortcuts to desktop, taskbar, startup
  2. Copy / Moving / Shortcut hotkeys when dragging files
  3. Accessing Recently created files / folders
  4. Creating fake “drives” to frequently accessed folders
  5. Changing folder icons (so they are easier to spot in TaskBar)
  6. Change Explorer to keep synced on the left and right (navigation for Jeff)
  7. Ctrl / Shift Selection on Explorer
  8. Customizing Shortcut (.lnk)

System Customization:

  1. Portrait vs Landscape monitor
  2. Different DPI / hotkeys
  3. Moving monitors around
  4. Customizing notifications
  5. Configuring the quick access panel in explorer
  6. Taskbar on the right
  7. Virtual desktops
  8. Snapping/Docking windows

Power Management and Performance:

  1. Hibernate or sleep instead of shutting down
  2. Disabling Hibernation to save space
  3. Managing Swapfile

Additional Tips:

  1. Ctrl-clicking on links in the browser
  2. Cannot Edit / Office files from the Internet
  3. Disabling automatically starting programs
  4. Controlling icons in the system tray / dragging out
  5. How to Make Windows Explorer Show / hide File Extensions
  6. Changing Explorer to keep synced on the left and right (navigation for Jeff)

General Office

  1. Pinning files to programs (like Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
  2. Customizing Quick Access toolbar
  3. Splitting the view
  4. Autocorrect
  5. Paste Options
  6. Format Painter
  7. Secure location basics
  8. Assign shortcuts to styles

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