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Category: Tablets, Windows 8 | Read 73,371 times | Last Modified on January 25, 2013
This tutorial will explain how to connect Surface to a public or private wireless network. This will allow you to connect to the Internet and use the full features of the Surface tablet.

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Category: Tablets, Windows 8 | Read 21,847 times | Last Modified on December 11, 2012
Windows has a feature called Narrator, which is a screen reader for the visually impaired. This program will read dialog boxes, text, and Windows controls to make it easier to use Surface for those who have difficulty seeing. To enable Narrator, you can press down and hold the Windows key, and at the same time, press the Volume Up button on the left side of the Surface.

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Category: Tablets, Windows 8 | Read 232,776 times | Last Modified on December 11, 2012
Do you want to share screenshots of your new Microsoft Surface screens? To create them, you do not need to purchase any programs or download any applications. Instead you can use a built-in Microsoft Surface button combination to create the screenshot and save it directly into your Pictures folder. As the Touch Cover and the Type Cover do not have a Print Screen key, the Microsoft Surface instead uses a different combination.

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Category: Tablets, Apple | Read 49,379 times | Last Modified on January 26, 2013
A nice feature of the iPad is its ability to also become a digital picture when it is locked. Due to the sharp and vibrant screen of the iPad this feature will turn the iPad into one of the nicest digital picture frames that I have ever seen. While the picture frame is active, the iPad will scroll through the available pictures and, by default, display them randomly.

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Category: Tablets, Apple | Read 269,875 times | Last Modified on July 14, 2010
When you set up your iPad, iPhone, iTouch, or iPod for the first time, you assign it a name. In the future, if you give the device to someone else or you just do not like the name anymore, you may want to change that name to something else.

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Category: Tablets, Apple | Read 103,071 times | Last Modified on July 14, 2010
At the bottom of your iPhone or iPad screen are a series of icons that appear on every screen you switch to. This is consider the dock and can be used to hold your most used applications so that they are easily accessible from every screen. There is a limitation, though, as to how many icons you can dock at the bottom of the screen without using special apps. For the iPad you can dock 6 icons, while for the iPhone and iTouch you can dock 4 icons. This guide will explain how to remove and add icons to the dock so that they are accessible from every screen you are viewing.

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Category: Tablets, Apple | Read 199,807 times | Last Modified on July 14, 2010
As you install new apps on your iPad or iPhone, the real estate on your home screen can quickly fill up or you may find that you want one home screen to be used for your most often used apps. Therefore it is important to know how to rearrange your icons and move them from one home screen to another.

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Category: Tablets, Apple | Read 754,547 times | Last Modified on February 27, 2012
To remove an app directly from your iPad, iTouch, or iPhone, press the icon on the device for the particular app you wish to delete until all of the icons on the screen start to wiggle. Once they are wiggling you will also see the symbol appear in the upper left-hand corner of each icon as shown in the image below.

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Category: Tablets, Apple | Read 176,886 times | Last Modified on January 26, 2013
As the iPad is a touch screen, there may be times that you would like to lock it so that you cannot accidentally start applications, or even more important, so your kids can't play with it. The iPad will automatically go to sleep and lock itself after 5 minutes of being idle, but there may be times that you would like to lock it immediately. This guide will explain how to lock your iPad, including the ability to have it prompt you for a password before it allows you to unlock the device and access the home screen again.

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Category: Tablets, Apple | Read 974,742 times | Last Modified on January 26, 2013
The iPad is ultimately a device create to allow you consume content in an easy and portable manner. As there is no better location for consumable content than the Internet, being able to connect to a Wi-Fi network so you can access the Internet is a necessity. This guide will walk you through all of the steps required to connect to a Wi-Fi network using your iPad. We have also outlined steps that will allow you to access almost all types of Wi-Fi networks as well as using proxy servers if your particular scenario requires it.

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