Which bit are you stuck on? Proving that it forms a group is just tedious, but do-able.

To prove that it is non-abelian, just take two matrices and show they do not commute (Hint: take any two matrices such that neither are the identity or the negative of the identity, and such that one is not the negative of the other).

To prove the last bit, you should notice that only two elements do not have order 4, the identity and negative the identity. You should also notice that negative the identity is a very special element. Very special.