Mon. Jun 5th, 2023

The Kindle Paperwhite is a product of Amazon that is enabled with cutting-edge technology and used by millions of users across the world. It is incorporated with one physical button known as the power button, and the rest of the work is done by the toolbars with many buttons such as Home Icon, Back Icon, Light Icon, Store Icon, Search Icon, and Goodsicon. Many of its users do not know how to use it in a perfect manner. If you have Kindle device and you are facing any kind of issue with it then feel free to contact kindle com support team to fix it. Taking your grievances into consideration, this post comes with complete information that will help you a lot if you read it till the end.

Use Toolbars While Reading A Book:

While opening a book and advancing toward its pages on Paperwhite, one cannot see the toolbars. Its page is enabled with text and progress information at the bottom of the screen. As you tap “in the top zone” on the screen, you will find the toolbars which have many options to use, such as the home icon, back icon, Light icon, store icon, Goodreads icon, parental control, etc which are known for their specific work.

Home Icon:  As soon as you tap on the home icon, this action will take you back to the home screen, no matter wherever you are on the device. It is also known as a virtual friend.

Back Icon:-  

The Back icon functions like the back icon in a web browser that will let you retrace your steps for example, the back icon works like the home icon. If you open the book and after reading a few pages, you want to go back to the home screen, click on the “back” icon. In the context of a newspaper or magazine, the back icon works in a different way. If you face kindle frozen issue while using back icon functions then contact the experts to fix it.

Light Icon:-

As its name suggests, it controls the built-in light, as you tap the “light icon” that will help us to display the adjustment meter which starts from 1 to 24 levels. The Light icon has two signs: the plus and the minus while clicking on them, one can increase and decrease light.

Store Icon:-

Clicking the “Store Icon” takes you to the Amazon Kindle Store. In case of turning off Wi-Fi, you will have to activate it. Make sure that icon appears dimmed in case of turning off access to the kindle Store under parental controls.

Many times, it has been noticed that this feature also needs to be disabled to prevent others from using your kindle paperwhite to do unauthorized purchases. Moreover, you do not like to let others view your purchased content in the cloud which is possible by executing the steps, such as tapping on “Menu” and device and options or Parental controls.

Search Icon:

As you tap the “Search Icon” you will find a search page on the screen, after that using the onscreen keyboard, you will type a search term in the search field. On the left of the search field, there is a drop-down menu and tap the “Arrow” to display your menu choices, such as my items, kindle store, dictionary, and Wikipedia.

Goodreads icon:

The Goodreads Icon is found on the 2nd generation kindle paperwhite, as you tap on the “Goodreads icon” you will find the Goodreads app on the screen. By way of using this app, one can look at updates from your friend to view your own shelves or see what your friends are reading at present.  Using an Amazon account, one can add books or mark them as read. In case of not having a Goodreads account, you will be prompted to create one by providing Amazon login credentials.

Apart from the above-given features, there are many more features, including Menu Icon, Font Icon, Lining space, Margins, x-ray icon, share, and Closing the menu option by clinging to the x mark which is in the upper corner. The toolbars feature in kindle paperwhite is one of the most notable features that enhance the compatibility of the e-readers as well. Despite reading the post, if you need more information, you can contact online experts who will assist you around the clock.

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