Congratulations, you have a new Hyundai Notebook. Setting up a new PC or laptop Hyundai is easy but takes some time, and lets you customize your device exactly how you'll like it, right off the bat. Doing everything right -- and in the right order -- the first time around will also save you from security problems and other headaches down the line.
Here's everything you need to know to get your new HyundaiNotebook set up.
To set up a new personal Hyundai Notebook, carefully unpack it from its box, and connect your external keyboard and mouse if you have them. There will be instructions in the box if you need them.
You'll need the device's charger, and a Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection. Make sure you have a piece of paper or, better yet, a password manager handy, so you can write all of your new usernames and passwords down.
If you saved any files from your previous PC or laptop to a backup drive like a USB drive or external hard drive, you'll want to have that handy too. Hopefully you have a lot of that material in a cloud drive already, which is even easier.
First, connect to the internet. Go to Start > Settings > Network & Internet, and choose how you want to connect (Wi-Fi, dial-up, mobile hotspot and so on).
Next, check for Windows updates. Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security, and under Windows Update, click Check for updates.
Once you're running the latest version of Windows, you'll want to install antivirus protection.