SETTING UP WINDOWS FOR THE FIRST TIME
Selecting the region
The Is this the right country or region? screen is the first display shown on Windows 11 initial Setup. This screen allows you to select your geographical region. Select your preferred country. Clicking Yes displays the next Windows 11 setup screen
Selecting the keyboard layout
The screen shown below allows you to select your keyboard layout. US is at the top of the list. If you want a different keyboard layout, scroll through the list until you see the layout you want. Select the appropriate keyboard layout and then click Yes.
Connecting to the Internet
Connecting to your wireless router is part of the initial Windows setup wizard.
1) Select the network you want to connect to
2) Enter your network security key
3) Click the ‘Next’ button
If the network flyout is not showing any available wireless networks, make sure that your router is switched on and broadcasting its WiFi connection.
If you do not want to do this the first time you start up your laptop, you can ignore this by clicking on I don't have internet button
Accepting Windows 11 license agreement
Read through and accept the license terms. Clicking on Accept will lead to the next screen
Naming Your PC
The Let’s name your device screen allows you to optionally create a custom system name for your new Windows 11 system. If you want to create a custom name, enter the name you want in the input box in the middle of the screen following the naming rules that are posted on the screen and then click Next. However, this step is optional. If you don’t care about creating a custom name, you can click the Skip for now link at the bottom of the screen and Windows will automatically generate a name for the system.
Windows 11 Tips and Tricks
Windows 11 comes with new capabilities to make life easier—visit Windows 11 features link https://www.microsoft.com/en-in/windows/features to learn how to make the most of them.
Windows 11 Help and Learning
Make the everyday easier with Windows 11 by exploring Microsoft Comprehensive Site for Windows 11 Help and Learning Here https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows#WindowsVersion=Windows_11):
Windows 11 Tutorials
There are millions of help pages or video tutorials online. Spending a bit of time learning Windows11 tips and shortcuts will definitely save you time in the long-run.
Try searching for Getting started with Windows 11 or Windows 11 tutorials.
The following websites are also very good sources of support and advice:
Introducing Windows 11
11 tips to get the most out of Windows 11