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User Manual (Windows 8) (ver.1.4)
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  • Battery Is Not Charging

    Your battery may not charge for the following reasons: The battery is dead and will not charge. The AC adapter is not working. The notebook requires service. To find the source of the problem, you need to test the notebook and AC adapter. Test instructions are below. Testing The Notebook [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Set Up A Better Gaming Experience (Windows 8)

    Basic Gaming Set Up Tips [How-To Guide]

  • How Can I Limit My Child's PC Usage And Access? (Windows 8/8.1)

    Microsoft offers a setting called Family Safety in their Windows 8 OS. Family Safety helps you set limits on the amount of time your child can use the PC, as well as the websites, apps, and games they can use and when they can use them. The instructions provided below will help you access the [FAQs]

  • Why Does My Battery Only Charge To 80%?

    If the battery on your computer is only charging to 80%, this is because Battery Life Extender is on. Battery Life Extender sets the maximum battery charge level to 80% in order to extend the life of your battery. If you would like to turn this function off, follow the steps below: Windows 8 [FAQs]

  • Can I Boot Directly To The Desktop In Windows 8.1?

    In Windows 8.1 you can set your computer to load directly to the desktop, when turned on, instead of to the Start Screen. To set your computer to boot to the desktop, follow the steps below: Go to the desktop. Right click on an empty space in the taskbar. (Usually located at the bottom of the [FAQs]

  • Can I Personalize The Background Of The Start Screen In Windows 8/ 8.1?

    You can change the background color and pattern of the Start Screen in Windows 8 and 8.1. To personalize the Start Screen background, locate your OS and follow the steps below. You can also click here and watch a personalization video on Microsoft's support site. Windows 8 Press the Windows [FAQs]

  • Can I Name A Group Of Apps On The Windows 8/ 8.1 Start Screen?

    Windows 8 If you have created a group of similar apps and would like to create a Group name, follow the steps below: Click on the minus icon on the lower right corner of the screen. Your entire Start Screen will be displayed in the Zoomed Out window. Right click on your group and select [FAQs]

  • Can I Pin Websites To The Start Screen In Windows 8/ 8.1?

    In Windows 8 and 8.1, you can pin your favorite websites to the Start Screen so you can access them with one click. To setup your Start Screen with all your favorite websites, follow the steps below. Important: The steps below use Internet Explorer because only the IE app currently has this [FAQs]

  • How Do I Add User Accounts In Windows 8.1

    For steps, and a video, on setting up Microsoft accounts in Windows 8.1, click here to go to Microsoft's support user account support page. [FAQs]

  • Can I Upgrade The Hard Disk Drive On My Notebook?

    Most Samsung notebooks use a standard 2.5” SATA hard drive. You can upgrade the hard drive as long as the replacement hard drive meets the specifications of the laptop. Upgrading the hard drive will not void the warranty. However, if your computer requires service and the problem is caused by [FAQs]

  • How Do I Add Apps From The All Apps Screen In Windows 8?

    Not all of the available apps are immediately available on the Start Screen. To locate apps from the All Apps screen and pin them to the Start Screen, follow the steps below: Right click on any empty space in the Start Screen to open the All Apps menu. Click on All Apps. All Apps displays [FAQs]

  • How Do I Enable Secure Boot?

    Secure boot is a Windows 8 feature that prevents the loading of malicious software applications, drivers, and OS loaders, that do not contain an authorized digital signature, during the booting process. To enable Secure boot, follow the steps below. Make sure your PC is powered off. Power [FAQs]

  • How To Use The Windows 8.1 Start Button

    The Start button is a feature added in Windows 8.1. It has two functionalities. Left clicking the Start button will bring you to the Start Screen. Right clicking the Start button will open a menu. This menu includes all of the options shown in the picture below. Note: You can also access [FAQs]

  • How To Personalize The Background Of The Start Screen In Windows 8/8.1

    You can change the background color and pattern of the Start Screen in Windows 8 and 8.1. To personalize the Start Screen background, locate your OS and follow the steps below. You can also click here and watch a personalization video on Microsoft's support site. Windows 8 Press the Windows [FAQs]

  • How To Shut Down Your PC From Your Desktop In Windows 8.1

    Windows 8.1 has brought back the Start button on the desktop. In order to shut down from the desktop, follow the steps below: Right click on the Start button to open the menu. (If you left-click, the Start Screen will appear instead.) In the Start menu, hover over 'Shut down or sign out'. [FAQs]

  • How To Turn Automatic App Updates Off Or On In Windows 8.1

    Microsoft has added the ability to turn automatic app updates off or on in Windows 8.1. To turn app updates off or on, follow the steps below. Go to the Microsoft App Store. In the App Store, press the Windows key + C key to open the Charms menu. + Click on Settings in the Charms [FAQs]

  • How To Set Up Family Safety On Your Windows 8 / 8.1 PC

    Family Safety is a Microsoft setting that helps you set limits on the amount of time your child can use the PC, as well as the websites, apps, and games they can use and when they can use them. The instructions below explain how to set up Family Safety, if you would like more information on the [FAQs]

  • How To Boot Directly To The Desktop In Windows 8.1

    In Windows 8.1 you can set your computer to load directly to the desktop, when turned on, instead of to the Start Screen. To set your computer to boot to the desktop, follow the steps below: Go to the desktop. Right click on an empty space in the taskbar. (Usually located at the bottom of the [FAQs]

  • How To Set The Native Resolution (Windows 8)

    To set the Native Resolution on your Windows 8 PC, follow the steps below: Right click on the desktop and select Screen Resolution. In the Screen Resolution window, click on the box next to Resolution and, using the slider, select the Native Resolution of your display. Note: If you are [FAQs]

  • How To Create A Copy Of Your Hard Drive Using Recovery

    Important: In order to perform a Copy, the Hard Drive or SSD you are copying to must have, at minimum, the same amount of free space as the amount of data you are copying. Ex. If you are copying 60GB of data, the second Hard Drive or SSD must have 60GB of free space. To Copy to a new Hard Drive [FAQs]

  • How To Perform A Basic Restore Using Samsung Recovery Solution 4

    A Basic Restore reloads all the Windows operating system files and leaves all personal files, programs and settings intact. By reloading the Windows operating system, a Basic restore can fix many Windows related problems. To perform a Basic Restore, follow the steps below: Click on the Start [FAQs]

  • How To Perform A Basic Restore Using Samsung Recovery Solution III

    A Basic Restore reloads all the Windows operating system files and leaves all personal files, programs, and settings intact. By reloading the Windows operating system, a Basic restore can fix many Windows related problems. To perform a Basic Restore, follow these steps: Open Samsung Recovery [FAQs]

  • How To Set The Native Resolution (Windows 8)

    Setting the native resolution on your display. [How-To Guide]

  • How Do I Change What Happens When I Close The Lid?

    You can change the options for what your laptop does when you close the lid. Below are the steps to change this: Open Control Panel. On the upper right of the Control Panel window, change 'Category' to 'Large Icons'. Select 'Power Options'. On the left hand panel select the 'Choose [FAQs]

  • How To Use The Samsung Recovery Disk For Windows 7

    If the recovery partition has been deleted or has failed in any way, you can use the Samsung Recovery Disk. The steps to do this are as follows: Insert the Recovery Disk. Power off your laptop and plug it into a wall outlet. Power on your laptop. Your laptop should start loading the [FAQs]

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