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Windows Operating System
Brit Hume's Survival Guide to Microsoft Windows 95
A crash course in plain English by Brit Hume, ABC News White House correspondent and nationally-syndicated computer columnist. Based on his ten years of experience using and writing about personal computers, he tells you all you need to know about installing, understanding and using Windows 95. Beginners will benefit from his knowledge of Windows 95 basic functions, and advanced users will appreciate his unique perspective on its new features. Includes: reference card, quick-find video index and exclusive world wide web site.
COSMETIC GELCOAT & FIBERGLASS REPAIR
Getting Started with Windows 3.1
Windows can make computing easier, and this video will make using Windows easier. Starting with installation, you'll learn the basics and become familiar with the Windows environment.
GoldMine for Windows 95, Advanced
Includes: setting up a new user; assigning/changing passwords; limiting user access to record objects; setting up/sending e-mail; searching for records which meet a certain criteria; creating/using a filter; filtering/grouping a database; customizing and viewing a GoldMine report; installing/using DDE links; editing a linked document; designing a new template; merging and printing a letter; inserting Merge fields; viewing the contact statistics; merging/faxing a document using WinFax PRO; analyzing Forecasted sales; viewing the Statistical analysis; changing the numerical display into a graphical analysis; using the Leads analysis option; using the Source field of the contacts record; demonstrating a Branching Telemarketing script; adding a note to the script; responding to a script question; GoldMine's global feature; entering a new field in the Field tab; customizing a control record; using the maintenance features; defining the InfoCenter; creating a new Topic; discussing the What's New resource list; and restricting access to a topic.
GoldMine for Windows 95, Introduction
Includes: explaining the GoldMine window; editing information; customizing the calendar alarm and color preferences; creating a new record object; changing a Field label, a Field name; discussing the Tab bar; demonstrating the Find object; completing an Incoming call; setting an alarm; discussing the Gold Alarm program; scheduling a Follow-up call and Appointment; viewing the Activity calendar, a Completed activity; scheduling a Forecasted sale; discussing the calendar window; examining the Personal Rolodex; the GoldMine Autodialer options; scheduling appointments for multiple users; setting up new users; scheduling/responding to phone messages; and scheduling/completing a call for all contacts in the database.
Sexy Software: Learning Windows95 with Greta
This is a great novelty program with no nudity, just sexy Sheila in a bathing suit teaching the viewer how to easily learn Windows 95. She explains most basic functions of the program, with emphasis on the most used areas and accessories built into Microsoft's Windows 95. A great gift for guys who would like a little sexy teasing while they learn the world's most popular PC program.
Updating to Windows 95
Includes: Windows 95 installation; updating to Windows 95; setting up Windows 95; using the What's New button; New features of Windows 95; Windows 95 Help; explaining folders; accessing information; the Control Panel; printers folders; viewing the Control menu; examining the Taskbar; demonstrating the Start button; using Explorer features; using Plug and Play; Windows 95 and DOS; Windows 95 vs. Windows 3.1; Formatting a disk; placing bitmaps on the Desktop; copying files; long filename feature; using the DIR command; the DOS Start command; and opening programs using the Start Menu.
Using Microsoft Windows 3.1
Shows you the benefits of this dynamic software and how it allows you to work with several applications at once. Learn about the many tools available in Windows 3.1 including the Notepad, Cardfile, Calculator, Calendar, File Manager and more. You'll be amazed at how much you'll learn and how quickly.
Using Windows 3.1 Advanced
Learn how to customize and make your computing a breeze.
Windows 3.0: Getting the Most From
Windows 3.0: Introduction & Installation of
Windows 3.1 - Video Plus
You can expect to learn from this video: the basics of Windows 3.1, how to use the new File Manager, how to Multi-Task using the Task List, how to use the Linking and Embedding features, Clipboard, Notepad, Character Map and Print Manager. A video for those with a desire to learn Windows 3.1. Includes disk.
Windows 3.1, Secrets and Timesavers
Includes: the Windows keyboard; why use the keyboard?; working with the major keys; using icons with the keyboard; dialog boxes with the keyboard; switching windows and DOS; learning copy, cut and paste; printing a full screen; printing an active window; viewing print contents; using True Type fonts; checking available fonts; selecting and deselecting fonts; working with the Desktop; using tiling; making layout changes; altering icons; changing icon fonts; customizing Windows; enhancing memory; working with low memory; optimizing the hard drive; basic error messages; and using the Object Packager.
Windows 95 - Video Plus
Microsoft Windows 95 makes using your computer easier and faster. If you have any questions regarding Windows 95, or if you have already made the change, this tape is for you. It covers the basics of how to use Windows 95: "What is Windows 95?", Desktop, Icons, Shortcuts, Taskbar, Recycle Bin, Explorer and how to connect to the Internet with Windows 95. Includes disk.
Windows 95, Advanced
Includes: renaming a shortcut; floating toolbars and palettes; docking the toolbars, palettes; displaying custom Desktop wallpaper; minimizing open windows; installing Microsoft Fax and Exchange; sending, receiving and viewing a fax; deleting mail; using the Cover Page Editor; explaining WordPad; the Clipboard; using the Clipboard viewer; discussing the Phone Dialer; installing a CD-ROM application; playing a CD in the CD Player; disk defragmenter; DriveSpace; using Scan Disk; installing Windows Backup; creating a backup set label; and backing up, restoring files.
Windows 95, Introduction
Includes: mouse support; the Desktop; discussing the Taskbar; the My Computer program; viewing a tooltip; using shortcut menus; using help; viewing explorer; finding folders; creating a folder; coping files into a folder; renaming folders, files; creating a shortcut; installing a DOS program; installing a Windows program; creating a program shortcut; installing a printer; deleting applications; undoing a delete; discussing keyboard settings; regional settings; changing the desktop display; using Task Switching; customizing the Taskbar; and shutting down Windows 95.
Windows 95, Secrets & Timesavers
Includes: examining shortcut menus; creating new shortcuts; creating shortcuts in folders; embedding shortcuts; using the right mouse button; using keystrokes to access menus; placing shortcuts in folders; placing a shortcut on the Desktop; customizing Windows 95; customizing the Start menu; Windows 95 properties; Task switching; the Taskbar popup menu; organizing the Desktop windows; discussing the Explorer; quick viewing a file; quick copying a file; and Windows 95 Briefcase.
Learn to determine your system's hardware requirements and configurations. Viewers will also learn to run several software programs simultaneously.
Windows NT 4, Administration Volume 1
Includes: logging on to the Workstation; defining the User Manager; discussing Group accounts; creating a User account; deleting an account; discussing Security Identifiers; creating a Group account; discussing the Disk Administrator; creating/formatting a Partition; defining the Performance Monitor; using the Chart view; logging on to the Server; creating a User account in Domain; assigning a password; using the Event viewer utility; using the Server's Disk Administrator; working with Server Manager; and using Windows NT 4 Diagnostics.
Windows NT 4, Administration Volume 2
Includes: using NT's Administrative wizards; adding a user; setting restrictions; creating a new group; modifying an existing group; restricting folder access; setting permissions on a file; making network startup disk; creating installation disk set; copying client-based network tools; searching for unlicensed products; printing search results; examining License Manager; and changing Per Seat mode to Per Server mode.
Windows NT 4, Installation
Includes: defining Windows NT; discussing the features of the Workstation; defining the Server features; examining the three system model types; running setup for the Server; installing common components; starting NT; installing Windows NT Workstation; listing setup options; selecting protocols; defining workgroups; defining domains; and installing NT 4 over a Windows 95 system.
Windows NT 4, Messaging
Includes: installing Messaging; setting up a post office; creating user mail accounts; using profiles; examining the Messaging window; sending mail; attaching files to messages; receiving mail; viewing a message; replying to a message; creating new folders; placing messages in folders; using the Find command; sorting items; creating a profile; making personal file folders; using encryption; customizing the toolbar; modifying column headers; configuring new mail notification; setting Start-up options; using the Send options; using spell checking; and creating a profile.
Windows NT 4, Security
Includes: discussing the FAT file system; using the NTFS file system; defining User accounts/Rights; Assigning Rights using Groups; Viewing an account; Using the Select User option; defining Security Auditing; Using the Audit Policies dialog box; demonstrating an Audit event; Showing a failed Audit event; using the Security tab; using the Permissions button; setting Read-Only access; Setting permission on a directory; setting a password; using Account Lockout; using password restrictions; limiting account access; and locking a Workstation.
Windows NT 4, User Volume 1
Includes: Explaining the Taskbar; discussing the Desktop; using My Computer; viewing folders and files; opening a program; manipulating a window; viewing NT's Explorer; using the Find command; placing a program in a group window; creating/naming a folder; copying files to the new folder; creating a file shortcut; using MS DOS command prompt window; opening a text file; copying and pasting with the Clipboard; installing a new printer; changing the system time and date; changing the Desktop's display; opening files form the Document menu; customizing the Taskbar; and shutting down Windows NT.
Windows NT 4, User Volume 2
Includes: creating a shortcut; using different views; setting a file as Desktop wallpaper; viewing the Desktop's properties; installing modem/network card; installing/running a CD-ROM; playing an audio CD; opening WordPad; using the Clipboard viewer; saving the Clipboard contents to a file; discussing the Disk Defragmenter system tool; explaining drive compression; checking for errors; backing up a file; assigning a password to a file; and using Compare to confirm files.
Windows NT 4, User Volume 3
Includes: Opening shortcut menus; using shortcut keystrokes; printing from a shortcut; creating Desktop shortcut icons; embedding a shortcut; using keyboard combinations; task switching; organizing the Desktop windows; customizing the Start menu; examining the Windows NT 4 Desktop properties; changing drive properties; formatting a disk; copying files; quick printing a document; creating a new file type; placing a file in My Briefcase; changing/updating a file; Using the Add Printer Wizard; the Add/Remove Wizard; and listing keyboard shortcuts.
Windows Tips & Tricks
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