|Honestly, programming is fairly abstract, and to get a good handle on the subject, you need a good book or three. I don't have any personal recommendations, so I'll defer to the C++ FAQ Lite.|
If you're looking for a modern IDE, and you should be, then I suggest either Visual Studio Express (free, more polished), or Code::Blocks (also free, mostly portable).
If you're dead set on a tutorial (and you realize you'll give the language up because a tutorial can't teach you everything you need to know), there's always the tutorial on cplusplus.com.
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