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Get to Know Your Free Apps in Windows 10 - dummies
Posted: (2 days ago) The Windows 10 Start menu comes stocked with several free apps, each living on its own square or rectangular tile. Every tile is labeled, helping you know what’s what. The tiles for some apps, known as live tiles, change constantly. The Money app tile, for example, constantly updates with the stock market’s latest swings, and […]
How to Open Windows 10 Apps - dummies
Posted: (3 days ago) Apps appear on the Start screen as tiles. A tile, which may be square or rectangular, displays the app’s name and symbol or icon. A tile that displays changing information is called a live tile. An open app typically covers the screen, hiding other apps that are open.
How to Find Apps in the Windows 10 Start Menu - dummies
Posted: (2 days ago) All Apps: Click these words along the left column’s bottom edge, and the Start menu’s left column switches to reveal a list of all of your computer’s installed apps and programs, presented in alphabetical order. Chances are good that you’ll spot your desired item on the Start menu without much digging. But when an app or programs proves ...
How to Purchase and Install Android Apps - dummies
Posted: (2 days ago) Purchasing Android apps. If you want to purchase a paid app, tap the Buy button that appears at the top of the app’s description page . If the app accesses any services on your device, you’ll next see a page informing you what the app will have access to (refer to the preceding figure). Tap OK on this page and the next page you see is the ...
How to Find and Use Apps on Your Android Tablet - dummies
Posted: (2 days ago) For apps you use all the time, consider creating launcher icons or shortcuts on the Home screen. Switching apps. The apps you run on your tablet don’t quit when you dismiss them from the screen. For the most part, they stay running. To switch between running apps, or to any app you’ve recently opened, touch the Recent icon.
Browse the App Store from Your Computer - dummies
Posted: (2 days ago) The Best New Apps department is displaying six icons (and a sliver of a seventh). These represent apps that are — what else? — the best new apps according to Apple’s curators. Only six icons are visible, but the Best New Apps department actually has more than that. Look way over to the right of the words Best New Apps. See where it says ...
How to Create an iOS App - dummies
Posted: (1 days ago) Because developing an iPhone and/or an iPad app requires you to work in an Xcode project, it’s time to create one. The app you’ll be building is called RoadTrip (and will also be the name of the project). The app is like a travel guide on your iOS device. Here’s how you get your RoadTrip […]
How to Organize Apps on Your iPad - dummies
Posted: (2 days ago) Organizing apps in folders. As with iPhone, iPad lets you organize apps in folders (if you have iOS version 4.2 or later). The process is simple: Tap and hold an app till all apps do their jiggle dance. Drag an app on top of another app. The two apps get added to a single folder.
How to Download New Surface Apps from the Windows Store ...
Posted: (1 days ago) Apps constantly change. Windows 8.1 automatically keeps your apps up-to-date. Apps that run on the Surface RT and Surface 2 are known as ARM apps, named after the Advanced RISC Machines company that created the special low-power chip inside those Surface models. Surface RT and Surface 2 tablets can install only apps written for ARM processors.