This is a basic video explaining a lot about the thing we call the computer!
How to check Windows version, edition and Service Pack information
The quickest way to find out details about installed Windows is to use keyboard shortcut WINDOWS KEY+PAUSE. The latter key might be named PAUSE/BREAK on some keyboards.
Other method is to right-click (My) Computer or This PC in Start menu/screen or Desktop and select Properties from the menu.
Windows XP Start Menu, My Computer right-click menu. Click Properties to see general system information.
In Windows XP, see what's written in the System section.
In Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10, see what's written in the Windows edition section.
To check whether your OS is 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), see the System type line in Windows Vista and later. In Windows XP, if there's no mention of "x64" in System section, then the OS is 32-bit edition.
Navigate to the Windows Desktop.
Right-click with your mouse on any blank portion of the Desktop.
In the menu that appears (like that shown in the picture to the right), click New and then Folder.
A new folder will appear. Type the name of the folder you want to use and then press Enter.
Right-click the image and choose the option to Save Picture As, Save Image As, or Save image.
Specify the location where you want to save the file. You may also change the filename at this point.
Online video and Youtube particularly is now more popular than cable television.
You can view in fullcreen by rolling over the lower right corner of any video the allow fullscreen icon or text will appear.
To exit a fullscreen video press the Escape button on your keyboard, that is located in the upper left corner. (esc or Esc)
Short for Adobe Flash, Flash is a software program that allows users to create animated works that are typically saved as .FLV and can be viewed over the Internet.
The latest Adobe Flash player can be Downloaded Here.
There are hundreds of different software programs that are designed to help stop, block, or prevent pop-up, pop-under, and other Internet intrusive and annoying advertising on the Internet. Below is a listing of some of the more popular and widely used Internet browsers and pop-up blocker programs we would recommend trying.