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1 Illustrated Series Guide to Windows 8.1 Update 1 Changes June 2014 Table of Contents (CTRL+Click a link to navigate directly to Part 1, 2, 3, or 4.) Part 1: What Version of Windows Am I Using? Part 2: What's Changed from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 Update 1? Part 3: Unit A: Getting Started with Windows 8 - Windows 8.1 Update 1 Supplement Part 4: Unit B: Understanding File Management - Windows 8.1 Update 1 Supplement Windows 8.1 Update 1 Supplement Many of the changes in Windows 8.1 Update 1 are focused on making the interface more accessible for users making the transition from earlier versions of Windows. Most tasks can be performed identically in both versions. This document highlights changes present in Windows 8.1 Update 1 that vary from the steps and figures in Windows 8 Unit A: Getting Started with Windows 8 and Unit B: Understanding File Management in the following Illustrated Series textbooks: Microsoft Office 2013 Illustrated First Course Microsoft Office 2013 Illustrated Fundamentals Computer Concepts and Microsoft Office 2013 Illustrated Microsoft Windows 8 Essentials Microsoft Access 2013 Illustrated Complete Microsoft Excel 2013 Illustrated Complete Microsoft Office 2013 for Medical Professionals Page 1

2 What Version of Windows Am I Using? You can determine which version of Windows is running on your computer using the Control Panel. First, display the Control Panel; then you can use the System window to display your Windows version. To display the Control Panel: No matter what version of Windows is running, you should see the Windows Desktop or the Windows Start screen. If you see the Windows Desktop, press the Windows key on your computer keyboard (this key appears at the left side of the bottom row of the keyboard and displays the Windows logo, similar to ). If a Start menu opens in the bottom left corner of the screen, click Control Panel on the right side of this Start menu. The Control Panel opens. If the Start screen appears, type control, and then click Control Panel in the search results. The Control Panel opens. If you see the Windows Start screen, type control, and then click Control Panel in the search results. The Control Panel opens. To use the Control Panel to determine which version of Windows is running: 1. Click System and Security. 2. Click System. The System window of the Control Panel appears. The System window includes a section labeled Windows edition. This section indicates whether you are using Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1. See circled areas in the images below. Page 2

3 If you are running Windows 8.1, the System window will not tell you if you are running Windows 8.1 Update 1. There is a simple method to determine if you are running Windows 8.1 Update 1: View the Start screen (press the Windows button on your keyboard to show the Start screen, if necessary). In Windows 8.1, a user icon appears in the top right corner. See the image below. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, a Power Options icon and Search icon appear along with the user icon. See the image below. Page 3

4 What s Changed from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 Update 1? In May 2014, Microsoft released Windows 8.1 Update 1, a relatively minor update for the Windows 8 operating system. Many of the changes are focused on making the interface more accessible for users making the transition from earlier versions of Windows. Most tasks can be performed identically in both versions. This document highlights the most significant changes present in Windows 8.1 Update 1: 1) New in File Explorer: This PC directory 2) Changed interface for Search 3) Apps bar replaced with context menus and Apps view 4) Added Desktop functionality with taskbar available any time by pointing to the bottom of the screen 5) Added app features with ability to display Close and Minimize buttons by pointing to the top of a Windows 8 app New in File Explorer: This PC directory One of the biggest changes from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 Update 1 is in the File Explorer window. The top directories Computer and Libraries have been combined and replaced with a new directory called This PC. Figure 1 below shows the File Explorer window in Windows 8, while Figure 2 shows the File Explorer window in Windows 8.1 Update 1. Any activities that required navigating to a location within the Computer or Libraries directories can now be completed by navigating to the same locations under the This PC directory. Page 4

5 Figure 1: File Explorer in Windows 8 Figure 2: File Explorer in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Page 5

6 Changed interface for Search The default options and layout of the Search tool have changed in Windows 8.1 Update 1. Figure 3 below shows the Search tool in Windows 8. Figure 4 shows the Search tool in Windows 8.1 Update 1. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, the default Apps, Settings, and Files search categories have been replaced with Everywhere, Settings, Files, Web images, and Web videos. Also, the display of search results has changed. In Windows 8, live search results appear in the main window as a search term is typed. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, live search results appear in a list below the search text box in the Search pane, but the main window remains unchanged. Figure 3: Search pane in Windows 8 Figure 4: Search pane in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Page 6

7 Apps bar replaced with context menus and Apps view The Apps bar from Windows 8 has been eliminated in Windows 8.1 Update 1, and replaced with context menus and Apps view. Figure 5 below shows the appearance of the Apps bar after right-clicking a desktop app on the Start screen in Windows 8. Figure 6 below shows the same commands on a context menu after right-clicking a desktop app on the Start screen in Windows 8.1 Update 1. Figure 5: Apps bar in Windows 8 Figure 6: Apps context menu in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Page 7

8 In Windows 8, the All apps command on the Apps bar was used to display and work with all apps installed on a computer. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, the All apps command has been replaced by a down arrow toggle button on the Start screen that can be clicked to display Apps view. This button is shown at the bottom of Figure 7 below. Apps view toggle button Figure 7: Apps view toggle button in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Apps view in Windows 8.1 Update 1 has the same layout as the All apps screen in Windows 8, with Windows 8 app tiles presented alphabetically, followed by desktop app tiles presented alphabetically, followed by Windows utilities. Page 8

9 Added Desktop functionality with taskbar available any time by pointing to the bottom of the screen In Windows 8.1 Update 1, a new feature allows you to access the Desktop taskbar at any time by pointing to the bottom of the screen. This allows you to switch to and interact with all open apps and apps pinned to the taskbar, even when working in a full-screen Windows 8 app or the Start screen. Also new in Windows 8.1 Update 1, both desktop and Windows 8 apps are represented with icons on the taskbar, making it easier to switch between and interact with them. In Figure 8 below, the taskbar has been accessed by pointing to the bottom of the screen while working in the Weather app. Figure 8: Taskbar displayed while working in a Windows 8 app in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Page 9

10 Added app features with ability to display Close and Minimize buttons by pointing to the top of a Windows 8 app In Windows 8.1 Update 1, a new feature allows you to interact with Windows 8 apps using a title bar and window controls similar to those in traditional desktop apps. Point to the top of the screen in any Windows 8 app to display a title bar containing Close and Minimize buttons. Figure 9 below shows the title bar displayed while working in the Help+Tips app. Figure 9: Title bar displayed while working in a Windows 8 app in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Other changes in Windows 8.1 Update 1 that have less impact on common actions include: Page 10 Easy to access Power and Search buttons added next to the User icon on the Start screen. A Windows Store icon pinned to the taskbar by default to allow quick access to new apps. Added taskbar functionality with the ability to pin Windows Store apps and Internet bookmarks to the taskbar. Windows boots to the Desktop by default on computers without a touch screen. A customizable option to boot directly to the Desktop instead of the Start screen. This option, accessed by right-clicking the taskbar, clicking Properties, clicking the Navigation tab, and checking When I sign in or close all apps on a screen, go to the desktop instead of Start and Show my desktop background on Start, is intended to make the Windows 8.1 Update 1 experience more familiar to users of earlier versions of Windows.

11 Start button added to the left edge of the taskbar on the Desktop. A Start button has been added to the left edge of the Desktop taskbar in Windows 8.1 Update 1. This button can be used to toggle between the Desktop and the Start screen. Of note, this button does not open a Start menu as in earlier versions of Windows. Snap left/snap right commands replaced with Insert Left/Insert Right. Windows 8 introduced the Snap feature to adjust the layout of windows on the Desktop. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, this feature has been replaced with Insert commands which operate very similarly. The default Desktop background image has been changed from flowers on a blue background to an orange geometric pattern. Page 11

12 Windows 8 Unit A: Getting Started with Windows 8 Microsoft has released Windows 8.1 Update 1, a significant update for the Windows 8.1 operating system. Many of the changes are focused on making the interface more accessible for users making the transition from earlier versions of Windows. Most tasks can be performed identically in both versions. Lesson: Start Windows 8 Step 4 Trouble: If your computer does not have a touch screen, and you are using Windows 8.1 Update 1, your computer will boot directly to the Windows desktop by default, rather than the Start screen. Press the Windows key to switch to the Start screen if necessary. Figure A-1: Lock screen with time and date Page 12

13 Figure A-3: Windows 8 Start screen (in Windows 8.1 Update 1) Lesson: Navigate the Start Screen and Desktop Every time you start Windows 8, the Start screen appears, containing controls that let you interact with the Windows 8 operating system. Note that if you are using Windows 8.1 Update 1, and your computer does not have a touch screen, Windows will boot directly to the Windows desktop by default, rather than the Start screen. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, the Start screen contains two additional icons next to your user icon in the top right corner. The Power Options icon looks like a computer power button, and provides quick access to your computer's power options. The Search icon looks like a magnifying glass, and opens the Search pane. See the revised Figure A-5 below to see these icons. Page 13

14 Figure A-5: Scrolling to display apps on the Start screen Step 3 Trouble: In Windows 8.1 Update 1, when you move the mouse pointer to the lower-right corner of the screen, silhouettes of two bars may appear: the vertical bar is the Charms bar described in Step 3. The horizontal bar is the Windows taskbar, which lets you work with open apps and switch between the Start screen and the desktop. Page 14

15 Figure A-6: Displaying the Charms bar Step 5: in Windows 8.1 Update 1, the taskbar color is translucent gray, not blue. Also, in addition to the Internet Explorer and File Explorer icons, the Windows 8.1 taskbar contains a Start button and a Store button. Clicking the Start button will open the Start screen. Clicking the Store button will open the Microsoft Store. See revised Figure A-7 below. Step 5 Quick Tip: In Windows 8.1, Update 1, you can also display the taskbar while on the Start screen or while running a Windows 8 app by pointing to the bottom of the screen. Page 15

16 Figure A-7: Windows 8 desktop (in Windows 8.1 Update 1) Page 16

17 Lesson: Point, Click, and Drag Figure A-9: Recycle Bin window Lesson: Start an App In Windows 8.1 Update 1, note that the SkyDrive feature introduced in this lesson has been renamed OneDrive. Step 1: In Windows 8.1 Update 1, you can also click the Start button on the taskbar to open the Start screen from the desktop. Page 17

18 Figure A-11: Weather app Step 3 Quick Tip: In Windows 8.1 Update 1, a title bar appears when you point to the top of the screen in a Windows 8 app. You can also click the Close button on this title bar to close the Weather app. Note that if this title bar appears, you will not see the hand pointer described in Step 3. However, you can still click at the top of the title bar and drag to the bottom of the screen to close the app. Step 4 Trouble: In Windows 8.1 Update 1, the desktop may appear after the Weather app closes if you are using a computer without a touch screen. Press the Windows key or click the Start button on the taskbar to switch to the Start screen in this case. Steps 4 and 5: Step 4: In Windows 8.1 Update 1, right-clicking a blank area on the Start screen opens a shortcut menu, and the App bar is not present. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, click the down arrow shown in the revised Figure A-5 to display a list of the apps on your computer. In the revised Figure A-12, note that the Apps list in Windows 8.1 Update 1 adds a sort function which can be used to sort the list of apps by name, date installed, most used, or category. Page 18

19 Figure A-12: Apps list Clues to Use: Searching for apps and files In Windows 8.1 Update 1, when you type the first few letters of an app name, Windows searches Everywhere (on your computer and on the Web using Bing Search). Results appear in the lower part of the Search pane, not on the left side of the screen. To see results for a different category, click the Search down-arrow, then click Settings, Files, Web images, or Web videos, to see matches in that category. See figure below. Page 19

20 Lesson: Work with a Window In Windows 8.1 Update 1, you can also display a title bar in full-screen Windows 8 apps such as Weather and Photos. Point to the top of the screen with your pointing device to display a title bar containing a Minimize button and Close button. The title bar in a Windows 8 app does not contain a Maximize or Page 20

21 Restore Down button (as these apps run in full-screen mode only). See the image below showing a title bar in the PC Settings app. Lesson: Manage Multiple Windows Step 1: In Step 1, click the Start button on the taskbar to open the Start screen from the desktop. Also, in Windows 8.1 Update 1, search results appear in the Search pane, not in the Apps screen. Lesson: Use Command Buttons, Menus, and Dialog Boxes No changes for this lesson when using Windows 8.1 Update 1. Lesson: Get Help Step 1: In Step 1, click the Start button on the taskbar to open the Start screen from the desktop. Also, in Windows 8.1 Update 1, search results appear in the Search pane, not in the Apps screen. Page 21

22 Lesson: Exit Windows 8 No changes for this lesson when using Windows 8.1 Update 1. Practice Figure A-25 Skills Review Step 2a: If your computer is running Windows 8.1 Update, and boots directly to the Windows desktop, click the Start button at the left edge of the taskbar at the bottom of the screen to switch to the Start screen. Step 4a: Click the down arrow in the lower left area of the Start screen to display all apps. Page 22

23 Independent Challenge 1 Independent Challenge 2 Independent Challenge 3 Independent Challenge 4: Explore Visual Workshop No changes for these exercises when using Windows 8.1 Update 1. Page 23

24 Windows 8 Unit B: Understanding File Management This section highlights changes present in Windows 8.1 Update 1 that vary from the steps and figures in Windows 8 Unit B: Understanding File Management. Lesson: Understand Files and Folders The biggest change from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 Update 1 is in the File Explorer window. The top directory Computer has been replaced with This PC. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, the Libraries directory is hidden by default, but the libraries named Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos appear listed under This PC. The revised Figure B-2 shows the File Explorer window in Windows 8.1 Update 1. Any activities that required navigating to a location within the Computer directory in Windows 8 can now be completed by navigating to the same location under the This PC directory in Windows 8.1 Update 1. Figure B-2: File Explorer window Use folders and subfolders to organize files (last sentence) In Windows 8.1, the folders named "My Documents, My Music, My Pictures, and My Videos" are called "Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos". These changes apply to all references to these folder names throughout Unit B. Page 24

25 View and manage files in File Explorer (last sentence) To open File Explorer from the Start screen in Windows 8.1 Update 1, begin typing File Explorer, and when you see the program name highlighted in the Search pane results, press [Enter]. Lesson: Create and Save a File Figure B-3: Results list Step 4 (fifth sentence): In the Address bar, you can see the Documents folder is the default, or automatically selected, storage location. Step 6: In the Navigation pane scroll bar, click the down scroll arrow as needed to see This PC and any storage devices listed under it. Under This PC, you see the storage locations available on your computer. Step 6 (Trouble): If you don't have a USB flash drive, you can save the document in the Documents folder or ask your instructor which storage location is best. Page 25

26 Figure B-5: Save As dialog box Lesson: Explore the Files and Folders on Your Computer Step 2: Click This PC instead of Computer. Page 26

27 Figure B-6: This PC window showing storage devices Step 4: In the Address bar, click This PC, or if This PC does not appear, click the far-left list arrow in the Address bar, then click This PC. You return to the This PC window showing your storage devices. Step 7: You see a list of folders, such as Documents, Music, and others. Page 27

28 Figure B-7: Your user name folder Step 8: Double-click Documents in the File list. In the Address bar, the path to the Documents folder is This PC > Local Disk (C:) > Users > Your User Name > Documents. Step 9: In the Navigation pane, click This PC. Lesson: Change File and Folder Views No changes for this lesson when using Windows 8.1 Update 1. Clues to Use: Snapping Windows 8 apps In Windows 8.1 Update 1 the commands Snap left and Snap right have been replaced with Insert Left and Insert Right. Page 28

29 Lesson: Open, Edit, and Save Files Step 1: In Step 1, you could also click the Start button on the taskbar to open the Start screen from the desktop. Step 4: Scroll down in the Navigation pane if necessary until you see This PC. Figure B-12: Navigating in the Open dialog box Clues to Use: Using cloud storage Note that in Windows 8.1 Update 1, the cloud storage tool Microsoft SkyDrive has been renamed Microsoft OneDrive. Page 29

30 Lesson: Copy Files Figure B-15: Copying a file Table B-2: In "Documents" row, replace "Documents library" with "Documents folder" in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Clues to Use: Copying files using Send to In last sentence, replace "Documents library" with "Documents folder" in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Page 30

31 Figure B-16: Duplicate file pasted into Newsletter Items folder Page 31

32 Lesson: Move and Rename Files CASE statement: Change "Documents library" to "Documents folder" in Windows 8.1 Update 1 Figure B-17: Cutting a file Step 4: In the Navigation Pane, under This PC, click Documents. You navigated to your Documents folder. Page 32

33 Figure B-18: Pasted file in Documents folder Step 5: The New Tours.rtf document appears in your Documents folder and remains selected. In Windows 8.1 Update 1, note that the My Documents folder has been replaced with the Documents folder, and Libraries are hidden in File Explorer by default. Page 33

34 Figure B-19: Renaming a file Clues to Use: Using Windows 8 libraries In Windows 8.1 Update 1, libraries are hidden by default in File Explorer. To show libraries in the Navigation pane of File Explorer in Windows 8.1 Update 1, click the View tab in File Explorer, click the Options button on the VIEW tab on the ribbon to open the Folder Options dialog box, click the Show libraries check box in the Navigation pane section, then click OK. Lesson: Search for Files, Folders, and Programs Step 1: In Step 1, could also click the Start button on the taskbar to open the Start screen from the desktop. Step 2: In Windows 8.1 Update 1, after clicking the Search charm, no listing of apps appears, and you can search Everywhere, Settings, Files, Web images, or Web videos (rather than Apps, Settings, or Files). Everywhere is selected by default. Quick Tip Step 2: Note that in Windows 8.1 Update 1, you can also click the Search icon to the right of the user icon in the top right corner of the Start screen to open the Search pane. Page 34

35 Figure B-21: Search pane Step 3: Click the down arrow next to Everywhere in the Search pane, click Files, type new tour, then press [Enter]. After pressing [Enter] in Windows 8.1 Update 1, your New Tours List.rtf document appears in a File results window. Step 4: In Windows 8.1, replace both references to "My Documents" to "Documents". Figure B-22: Viewing the location of a found file Step 5: Point to the top of the Search window to display the title bar, then click the Close button at the right end of the title bar to close the Search window and display the desktop. Step 5 Trouble: If you are using a computer with a touch screen, you may have to click the Desktop tile on the Start screen to display the desktop after closing the Search window. Page 35

36 Step 6: Click the File Explorer button on the taskbar, then click This PC in the Navigation pane. Step 7 (fifth sentence): Windows found both the renamed file, New Tours List.rtf, in your Documents folder, and the original New Tours.rtf document on your removable drive, in the Newsletter Items folder. The search results also include three entries for the New Tours.rtf file related to tracking of recently opened files. Figure B-23: Search results in File Explorer Page 36

37 Lesson: Delete and Restore Files Step 1: Click the Documents folder in the File Explorer Navigation pane. Your Documents folder opens. Step 2: Click New Tours List.rtf to select it, then click the Delete list arrow in the Organize group on the Home tab; if the command does not have a check mark next to it, click Show recycle confirmation (or if it does have a check mark, click the Delete list arrow again to close the menu). Step 2 Quick Tip: The Library Tools Manage tab will not appear in Windows 8.1 Update 1 when working with default settings that hide the Libraries. Step 7: In the Navigation pane, click the Documents folder. The Documents folder window contains the restored file. Step 8: Click the file New Tours List.rtf, click the Delete list arrow in the Organize group on the Home tab, click Permanently delete, then click Yes in the Delete File dialog box. Concepts Review Figure B-28 Page 37

38 Skills Review and Independent Challenge exercises In Windows 8.1 Update 1, in references to File Explorer locations, note that instances of "Computer" should be replaced with "This PC". "My Documents" or "Documents library" should be replaced with "Documents folder". Page 38

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