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Lenovo YOGA C930 Series User Manual

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Lenovo YOGA C930
YOGA C930-13IKB
User Guide
Read the safety notices and important tips in the
included guides before using your computer.
YOGA C930-13IKB Glass

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  • Page 1 Lenovo YOGA C930 YOGA C930-13IKB YOGA C930-13IKB Glass User Guide Read the safety notices and important tips in the included guides before using your computer.
  • Page 2 Note • Before using this product, first make sure you read the Lenovo Safety and General Information Guide. • The latest Safety and Warranty Guide, Setup Guide, and Regulatory Notice are available on the Lenovo Support Web site at: http://support.lenovo.com.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer ..................1 ........................Front view ......................... Left-side view ....................... Right-side view ........................Rear view ........................Bottom view ......................Status indicators Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer ................9 ..................... Information about Windows .......................
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  • Page 5: Chapter 1. Getting To Know Your Computer

    Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer This chapter provides basic information to help you get familiar with your computer. Front view ...................................................................
  • Page 6 Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer Note: Parts shown with dotted lines are not visible externally. 1. Camera 2. Microphones 3. Multi-touch screen 4. Speakers 5. Fingerprint reader 6. Wireless antennas 7. Touch pad  Camera Use the camera for video communication or taking photos. Note: You can slide the camera cover to cover or uncover the camera.
  • Page 7: Left-Side View

    Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer Left-side view ...............................................................
  • Page 8: Right-Side View

    Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer Right-side view .............................................................
  • Page 9: Bottom View

    Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer Bottom view .................................................................
  • Page 10 Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer 1. Camera status indicator 2. ac power status indicator 3. Caps Lock indicator 4. System status indicator  Camera status indicator When this indicator is on, the camera is in use.  ac power status indicator This indicator shows the ac power and charging status of the computer.
  • Page 11 Chapter 1. Getting to know your computer  System status indicator The indicator in the power button shows the system status of your computer. • On (solid white): The computer is on (battery power 21% - 100%). • Quick blinking (white): The computer has low battery (battery power 1% - 20%). •...
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  • Page 13: Chapter 2. Getting Started With Your Computer

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer This chapter provides information to help you use the various features provided by your computer.  Information about Windows ......................................... . . ...
  • Page 14 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer • Devices can be synced. If you use your Microsoft account to sign into multiple Windows based devices, personalized settings can be synced across those devices. Add additional user accounts Your user account must be of the “Administrator” type to add additional user accounts to Windows.
  • Page 15 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Change account type By default, any user account added after you set up your computer is a Standard User account. If you’re the Administrator, you can change a Standard User account to an Administrator account.
  • Page 16: Power Management

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Settings button Settings lets you perform basic tasks. You can also search for more settings using the settings search box. Battery status icon You can move your pointer to this icon to check the battery status. The battery status icon displays the percentage of battery power remaining and how long you can use your computer before you must charge the battery.
  • Page 17 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Connecting the ac power adapter To connect the computer to ac power, ensure that you follow these steps in order: Attention: Using an improper power cord might severely damage your computer. Connect the power cord to the ac power adapter. Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet.
  • Page 18: Wireless Connection

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer To wake the computer, do one of the following: Press any key on the keyboard. (Notebook mode only) • • Press the Power button. Shutting down the computer If you are not going to use your computer for a long time, shut it down. To shut down the computer, do one of the following: •...
  • Page 19: Yoga Modes

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer YOGA modes ............................................................. . ...
  • Page 20: Yoga Pen

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Notebook mode Stand mode (Theater mode) Tablet mode Tent mode (Presentation mode)  YOGA Pen ................................................................. To remove the YOGA Pen from the pen slot, press it deeper into the slot until you hear a click and then pull it all the way out.
  • Page 21 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Note: The YOGA Pen is not waterproof. Take care not to soak it or dip it in water. The YOGA Pen makes it easier to input text when you are: • Taking notes •...
  • Page 22 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer  Using the Windows Ink Workspace To open the Windows Ink Workspace, select the Windows Ink Workspace button on the right side of the taskbar. The Windows Ink Workspace contains applications that allow you to use your YOGA Pen to write and draw.
  • Page 23: Using The Keyboard

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Using the keyboard .......................................................
  • Page 24 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer  Hotkeys You can access certain system settings quickly by pressing the appropriate hotkeys. F1: Mutes/unmutes the sound. F2: Decreases the volume level. F3: Increases the volume level. F4: Enables/disables the microphone. F5: Refreshes the desktop or the currently F6: Enables/disables the touch pad.
  • Page 25: Using The Touch Pad

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Using the touch pad .......................................................
  • Page 26: Using The Multi-Touch Screen

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer  Left-click area Clicking in this area has the same effect as clicking the left button on a conventional mouse: you can select or open an item by clicking this area.  Right-click area Clicking in this area has the same effect as clicking the right button on a conventional mouse: you can display a shortcut menu by clicking this area.
  • Page 27 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Frequently used gestures Tasks performed Touch: Move two fingers farther apart while touching the screen. Mouse action: Press the Ctrl key while scrolling the mouse wheel forward. Function: Zoom in Touch: Place two or more fingers on an item and then rotate your fingers clockwise or counterclockwise.
  • Page 28: Other Useful Functions

    Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer Frequently used gestures Tasks performed Touch: Swipe in from the left edge of the screen. Mouse action: Click the task view icon on the taskbar. Function: Open the task view. Other useful functions .
  • Page 29 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer  Using the fingerprint reader Fingerprint authentication can replace your passwords, such as your Windows password. This allows you to log in to your computer simply and securely. To enable fingerprint authentication, you must first enroll your fingerprints. During enrollment, your fingerprints are automatically associated with your Windows password.
  • Page 30 Chapter 2. Getting started with your computer If your finger has any of the following conditions, you might not be able to register or authenticate it: • Your finger is wrinkled. • Your finger is rough, dry, or injured. • Your finger is stained with dirt, mud, or oil. •...
  • Page 31: Chapter 3. Recovering Or Restoring Windows

    Chapter 3. Recovering or restoring Windows This chapter provides information about the recovery options for Windows 10. You may need to recover or restore Windows if you encounter the following situations: • Your computer cannot start properly. • Your computer does not work well after installing apps, drivers, or updates. Windows 10 provides several options for you to recover or restore Windows.
  • Page 32: Resetting Your Computer

    Chapter 3. Recovering or restoring Windows  Creating a system restore point manually You can use Windows System Restore to create a restore point at any time. In the search box of Windows desktop, search for Create a restore point and then select it. Select the System Protection tab and then select Create.
  • Page 33 Chapter 3. Recovering or restoring Windows  Creating a recovery drive Use a USB drive (not included) to create a recovery drive. You can use it to fix problems with your computer in cases when Windows cannot start properly. In the search box of your Windows 10, search for Create a recovery drive and then select it. Note: The search box is located in the lower-left corner of the desktop, next to the Start button.
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  • Page 35: Chapter 4. Troubleshooting

    Chapter 4. Troubleshooting This chapter provides information about what to do if you experience a problem with your computer.  Display problems ....................................................... . . ...
  • Page 36: Sleep Problems

    • The battery pack is charged. • The operating temperature is within the acceptable range. See “Chapter 2. Use and care Information” in the Lenovo Safety and General Information Guide. Note: If the battery pack is charged and the temperature is within range, have the computer serviced.
  • Page 37: Sound Problems

    Chapter 4. Troubleshooting Sound problems ......................................................... ...
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  • Page 39: Trademarks

    Trademarks LENOVO and LENOVO logo are trademarks of Lenovo. Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. USB Type-C and USB-C are trademarks of USB Implementers Forum. Thunderbolt is a trademark of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.
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