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All managed PCs across the University have been upgraded to Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 2016, including teaching rooms and open access spaces.Alongside the new operating system, University software can be accessed using the new application portal called AppsAnywhere. Search and save your favourites from 100's of applications. Look for the AppsAnywhere logo on the start menu, desktop or open up Chrome. All new staff PCs and laptops will be delivered with Windows 10 and MS Office 2016.
Software can be accessed using the new application portal called AppsAnywhere. Search and save your favourites from 100's of applications.
Look for the AppsAnywhere logo on the start menu, desktop or open up Chrome.
Double click the Log Off icon on the desktop.
Or, click the Start menu, right-click on account name, then choose Sign out.
IT Services offer self paced tutorials for all and classroom training for staff and postgraduate students.
Windows 10 Support from Microsoft
All new staff PCs and laptops will be delivered with Windows 10 and MS Office 2016.
Click on the Windows icon in the taskbar to display the Start menu.
You can also search Windows and the web from the search box in the taskbar to find help, apps, files, settings.
More on search and help
See what's on the menu, organize your apps, find all your apps and programs
Edge replaces Internet Explorer as the Windows web browser.
Find out about Microsoft Edge
Most of us use the Chrome browser here at Brookes, and may continue to do so.
When File Explorer opens, you'll land in Quick access. Your frequently used folders and recently used files are listed there. Pin your favorite folders to Quick access to keep them close at hand.
My Computer is now called This PC, and it won’t show up on your desktop by default.
What's changed in File Explorer
OneDrive is cloud based storage hosted by Microsoft that is very similar to the University's supported service - Google Drive. The University does not provide you with a One Drive account.
Settings and Personalisation:
More on settings and personalisation
Windows 10 Quick Ref for Staff PCs
IT Services offer self paced tutorials and classroom training for staff and postgraduate students.