How to Get Used to a New Computer or Laptop

How to Get Used to a New Computer or Laptop

When you buy a new laptop or computer and begin using it, you feel as if you have landed in the uncharted territories. Although the performance of the new computers is extremely good, you still feel alien with them. However, it only takes a little while and some efforts to get familiar with your new device.

One of the biggest reasons why we feel uncomfortable with our computers is because all our files are still in the old one. So the first thing to do is to move all the files from the old hard disk to the new one. If you have an external hard drive, you can easily transfer the files. Using the pen drives could take a long time. However, if the hard disk of the old computer has crashed, there is nothing you will be able to do about it.

Get all the apps, extensions, and bookmarks on the new computer as quickly as you can. If you had been using Google Chrome on your old computer, you will really be glad to know that you can transfer these items with incredible ease just by logging into the browser with the Google ID. With other browsers, you may need to move the bookmarks manually.

Spend more time on your computer than usual to get accustomed to it faster. The more you spend the time with the new device, the more familiar you will get with it. Also, you may have changed the computer several times in your life. So remember how easy it had been every time to get accustomed to the new machine.



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