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    Windows 10 setup

    Computer literate, but new to Windows 10. Several questions:

    1. Making setting changes such as mouse cursor type, but next time set back to default. How to keep changes.

    2. Do not like gray background (tabs, etc. in Firefox) how does one change them to other themes.

    3. Is there a video or tutorial that clearly explains how to, what to, and when?

    Thanks in advance

    Richard
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    Windows 10 has a built in tutorial with the Get Started App. Click on the Start Icon and the the tile with the Light Bulb. Or click on the start icon and type Get Started.

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    RE : Making setting changes such as mouse cursor type, but next time set back to default. How to keep changes.

    I am wondering which method you used.
    Did you go through Control Panel > Mouse > Pointers > Browse to select cursor type .....

    P.S. make sure to click OK before exiting.
    Last edited by davidhk; 2016-06-20 at 10:48. Reason: add the last line.

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    Getting started tutorials were informative. Looking for more nuts and bolts setups including customizing the way 10 looks and acts.
    Regard the cursor changing, yes I did use the Control Panel > Mouse route. Now today the settings kept so I may have finished correctly.

    Thanks for your assistance.
    Richard Spring

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