T. Toshiba Z10t, PT132U00500S, PT132U00600S, Z10t-A1111, Z10t-A1110, PT132U-00500S, Z15t-A1210, PT131U00202D


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150 Glossary

T

system prompt —The symbol (in the MS-DOS ® operating system, generally a drive letter followed by a “greater than” sign) indicating where users are to enter commands.

TFT display —See

active-matrix display

.

Touch —To activate items displayed on the screen, such as apps, setting icons, and on-screen buttons by touching them with your finger.

Tile/Tiles —A list of square or rectangular icons on the Start screen representing applications that can be accessed by selecting them.

U

Universal Serial Bus (USB) —USB is a serial bus that supports data transfer. USB allows hot swapping of peripherals. See also

bus, hot swapping, serial

.

upload —To send a file to another computer through a modem or network. See also

download

.

USB —See

Universal Serial Bus (USB)

.

USB Flash drive —A small, portable flash memory card that plugs into a computer’s USB port and functions as a portable hard drive. They are smaller and more durable than an external hard drive because they do not contain any internal moving parts, but have less storage capacity. See also

Universal Serial Bus (USB)

.

utility —A computer program designed to perform a narrowly focused operation or solve a specific problem. Utilities are often related to computer system management.

W

Web —See

World Wide Web

.

Wi-Fi ® —A registered trademark term of the Wi-Fi Alliance that stands for Wireless Fidelity, and is another term for the communication protocol to permit an Ethernet connection using wireless communication components.

World Wide Web (www) —The worldwide network of Web sites linked together over the Internet. A user of the Web can jump from site to site regardless of the location of the computer hosting the site. See also

Internet

.

Index

A

AC adaptor

30

AC power

69

AC power light

30

accessing network

86

AccuPoint® primary button

48

secondary button

48

adding memory

37

optional external devices

37

adjusting touch pad settings

52

app, starting

64

App, starting from Start screen

64

apps starting from Start screen

64

audio features

86

B

backing up files

59

, 65

Backlit keyboard

62

battery battery life

68

care

77

, 78

changing

77

charge indicator light

32

charge time

69

charger

69

charging

32 ,

69

charging the real-time clock

(RTC)

70

conserving power

74

determine remaining power

72

indicator light

72

low charge

73

maintaining

78

maximum capacity

68

monitoring power

32 ,

71

power management

69

power options

73

real-time clock (RTC)

69

recharge time

68

RTC memory

69

running device on battery power

67

safety precautions

77

setting notifications

73

151

152 Index taking care of

77

battery indicator light

72

BIOS Setup

see System Settings

C

caring for your device

57

changing battery

77

charging the battery

32

cleaning the device

57

communications set up

85

computing habits troubleshooting

122

computing tips

58

connecting

AC adaptor

30

AC adaptor cord to (DC-IN)

31

device to a network

86

external device

52

HDMI™-compatible TV or display device

53

monitor

54

power cord/cable

32

power source

31

customize device settings

56

D

data/entire system backup troubleshooting

125

desktop creating new icon

83

exploring the

82

icons

83

recycle bin

83

standard features

81

, 82

device caring for

57

cleaning

57

disposal

78

environmental precautions

78

moving

57

running on battery power

67

setting up

29

Device Manager fixing a problem

112

device will not start troubleshooting

106

disabling touch pad

52

display troubleshooting

116

display devices external

53

display output settings

54

display, external adjusting

56

disposal information

18

disposing of your device

78

documentation

28

E

eco power plan

76

eco Utility®

92

enabling touch pad

52

enabling/disabling cursor control overlay

132

enabling/disabling numeric overlay

133

enabling/disabling scroll lock

133

enabling/disabling TOSHIBA Dual

Pointing Device

132

ENERGY STAR®

24

exploring desktop

82

Start screen

80

external display device

HDMI™ Out port

53

external display, adjusting

56

F

files backing up

59 ,

65

saving

65

Function Key

100

Function keys

132 ,

133

disabling or enabling wireless devices

132

display brightness

132

Hibernation mode

130

Keyboard Function keys

134

Lock (Instant security)

130

Optical disk drive

133

Output (Display switch)

131

Power plan

130

Sleep mode

130

volume mute

133

Zoom (Display resolution)

134

function keys

61

H

headphones using

87

I

icon desktop

83

moving to desktop

83

recycle bin

83

safety

27

Shut down

35 ,

36

Initial setup using your device for the first time

33

internal storage drive recovery

37

K

keyboard attaching

60

detaching

60

function keys

61

rotation lock

60

special Windows® keys

61

troubleshooting

115

using

61

keys

Index 153 function keys

61

L

LEDs system indicator lights

72

AC adaptor light

71

AC power light

30

, 32

battery light

32

Web Camera light

88

Licenses

17

M

maintaining your battery

78

memory adding

37

Memory card reader inserting memory media

89

removing memory media

89

using

88

microphone using

86

monitor connecting

54

monitor problems troubleshooting

115

monitoring battery power

71

mouse properties

63

moving the device

57

N

network accessing

86

connecting your device

86

networking wireless

85

notification area

84

notifications

84

O

online resources

Toshiba

66

optional external devices adding

37

P

password

154 Index deleting a supervisor

95

deleting a user

97

instant password

93

power-on password

93

setting

93

setting a supervisor

93

setting a user

95

supervisor password

93

user password

93

utility

93

port

HDMI™

53

power connecting cable to AC adaptor

31

cord/cable

32

cord/cable connectors

135

energy-saving features

67

power down shut down

34

power light

72

power management

69

optimum performance

69

power plans selecting power plan options

75

power saving options

74

printer troubleshooting

119

problem solving contacting Toshiba

127

Startup options

109

projector connecting

54

R

real-time clock (RTC) battery

69

recording sounds

86

recovery creating recovery media

38

installing drivers and applications

47

internal storage drive

37

refresh your PC

42

reset your PC

44

restoring from recovery media

41

Recovery Media Creator

102

recycle bin icon

83

refresh your PC with user’s data

42

registering device

34

restart device

35

restore points troubleshooting

123

running device on battery power

67

S

safety device

78

disposing of device

78

icons

27

safety precautions battery

77

saving files

65

selecting a place to work

29

power plan options

75

video cables

53

Service Station

102

setting low battery notifications

73

setting up

AC adaptor

30

communications

85

device

29

software

33

settings customize device settings

56

display output

54

Shut down device

35 ,

36

Index 155 icon

35 ,

36

Sleep mode

36

sounds recording

86

speakers using external

87

Start screen exploring the

80

starting an app

64

starting an app from Start screen

64

Startup menu problem solving

109

supervisor password, deleting

95

supervisor password, set up

93

system indicator lights

AC power

30

LEDs

32 ,

71 ,

72 ,

88

System Settings

98

T

taking care of battery

77

taskbar

83

television adjusting display

56

Tiles

Start screen

82

tips for computing

58

Toshiba online resources

66

registering device

Toshiba Web site

34

worldwide offices

128

TOSHIBA Application Installer

103

Toshiba Dual Pointing Device

48

TOSHIBA Function Keys functions

129

touch pad using

49

touch screen navigation

62

traveling tips

78

troubleshooting

115

AC power light is blinking

107

battery light is blinking

108

bookmarked site not found

111

checking device properties

112

contacting Toshiba

127

corrupted/damaged data files

119

data/entire system backup

125

Device Manager

112

device will not start

106

display error message

116

display problems screen is blank

115

error message, warning resume failure

107

Error-checking

117

external display problems

116

external keyboard

115

external monitor

115

good computing habits

122

hard disk drive is slow

118

high-pitched noise

119

installing hardware/software

125

keyboard

115

missing files/trouble accessing a drive

117

power and batteries

113

printer

119

restore points

123

screen does not look correct/ flickers

116

slow Internet connection

111

sound system

119

trouble running programs

119

URL address not found

111

Windows® operating system not working

108

wireless networking

120

U

user password, deleting

97

user password, setting

95

using

156 Index a microphone

86

eco power plan

76

Memory card reader

88

touch pad

49

Web Camera

88

using the keyboard

61

using the Toshiba Dual Pointing

Device

48

Utilities

91

V

video projector adjusting display

56

W

warranty standard limited warranty

28

Web Camera using

88

Web sites

127

Wi-Fi® wireless networking

85

Windows® Charms

Devices

81

Search

81

Settings

81

Share

81

Start

81

Windows® charms

81

Windows® key

61

Windows® operating system desktop

82 ,

89

troubleshooting

108

Windows® Store

84

wireless networking

85

troubleshooting

120

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