Welcome to the site.
First of all, I wouldn't listen to FlopIt2Me on his advice to play cash games. You should play what you feel the most comfortable with because cash games and tournaments warrant completely different ways of playing poker, you will learn the difference with time spent here and at the tables.
One big suggestion that I have for you is to not withdraw any of your winnings, because as a new player, you are going to probably lose quite a bit of it before you become a consistently winning player, so the more the better. Actually, if you are as much of a beginner as it sounds, the absolute best thing for you to do might be to put that cash to the side and play some play money games for a little while so you can learn all of the basics, just keep in mind that at the play money tables, the players play like it's play money and they are terrible. Just use it as some free basic lessons before you start using your bankroll to support your learning.
Some topics that I would suggest looking up here would be: Bankroll Management, Hand Starting Requirements, Position, Calculating Odds
. Those should give you a bit of reading to get yourself into the game. Poker is all about knowledge and being able to recognize every bit of information possible, once you have been playing for a while, I would also look into some hand tracking software like Holdem Manager or PokerTracker3,