Tutorial for Windows® XP
Learn how to use Windows® XP Tutorial to get familiar with Windows® XP.
Windows® XP Tutorial is an important learning tool for new users of Windows® XP and those who are already familiar with this operating system. It is important for beginners as it acquaints them with the functioning of this operating system. Further, Windows® XP Tutorial allows the administrators to compare the previously released editions and versions of the Windows® operating systems with Windows® XP. Windows® XP Tutorial includes the following topics: ‘What’s Best for Business’, ‘Safe and Easy Personal Computing’, ‘Unlock the World of Digital Media’, ‘The Connected Home and Office’, and ‘Windows® XP Basics’.
Here is a description of how to start Windows® XP Tutorial and how to avoid facing issues related to it.
- How to start Windows® XP Tutorial?
- Tips for using Windows® XP Tutorial
- Issues related to Windows® XP Tutorial
How to start Windows® XP Tutorial?
To begin taking the help of Windows® XP Tutorial, go to the ‘Start’ menu, click ‘Run’, and type “c:\windowssystem32tourstart.exe”, and click ‘OK’. Select either the ‘Play the Animated Tour That Features Text, Animation, Music, and Voice Narration’ or the ‘Play the Non-Animated Tour That Features Text and Images Only’ option. Then, click ‘Next’. On selecting the animated version, the subtopics get displayed after the introduction segment. If you select the non-animated version, an Internet browser opens and the listing of subtopics is displayed. Click on the topic of interest to view its content.
Tips for using Windows® XP Tutorial
To get the maximum out of Windows® XP Tutorial, it is recommended to decide ahead of time how and by whom the tutorial will be viewed. For beginners, the animated version is great. Those who are already familiar with the Windows® XP environment and want to further review or know more about its capabilities, the non-animated tutorial works well. The non-animated tutorial is the best choice when speaker and group interaction is needed during the viewing of the tutorial. After watching the tour, ‘Walkthroughs’ are available via ‘Help and Support’ that is accessible from the ‘ Start ’ menu.
The users may face issues with any software at any given point of time. Windows® XP Tutorial also has some issues attached to it. The Windows® XP Tutorial download is only available for those who have Windows® XP installed on their computers. Windows® XP Tutorial is located on the hard drive, and your hard drive may be identified in another location other than the ‘c:’ drive. It can be sometimes located on the ‘e:’ or the ‘f:’ drive.