Breaking in your iPad

CNET's Donald Bell walks you through a few tips that will help you feel more at home on your Apple iPad tablet computer.


When you bring home your first iPad and open up the box, everything is so pristine and pretty--so Apple. Eventually, as you warm up to the device, you're going to want to make it a little less "factory fresh" and a little more you.

Loading up your own media, photos, and apps is a good start, but there are also a handful of quick things you can do to really put your unique stamp on the iPad.

Whether it's slapping on your own home screen wallpaper or new ways to organize bookmarks in Safari, I've put together some of my favorite iPad personalization tips in this CNET How to video.

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