Upgrading to Windows 10
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Choose the right version of Windows for their needs
- Upgrade their PC and register for a Microsoft account
- Find the settings they're accustomed to in Windows
- Use the new search and virtual desktop tools in Windows 10
- Speed up their work with keyboard shortcuts
- A Windows 10 PC or a computer you're considering upgrading is recommended.
After years of improvements, additions, and adjustments, Windows 10 is the newest, best operating system available. There are new features like voice-operated search and new touch-sensitive apps, and improvements to old favorites like the Start Menu. Windows 10 will be taking over many of the PCs, tablets, and phones you use on a regular basis, so learn along with Neil Malek, Microsoft Certified Trainer, as he discusses navigation, shortcuts, and tools you'll use tomorrow.
This is a course for all levels, and will cover picking the right version of Windows, creating Microsoft accounts, and getting into use tips. A Windows 10 PC, or a computer ready to upgrade to Windows 10, is recommended.
In this course:
- 27 videos with over two hours of content
- PDF shortcut guide
- Understand how to switch from tablet to desktop mode
- Customize your setup perfectly
- Use the powerful new tools immediately
- Be prepared to upgrade to Windows 10
- New Windows 10 users
- People considering upgrading their PC
- Employees being introduced to Windows 10 at their office
- Beginners and Intermediate users
What to expect in this course - covering details like:
- Choosing the appropriate version of Windows 10 for your needs
- Creating a Microsoft account to associate with your installation
- Using the new search and Jump List features of Windows
- Working with Virtual Desktops
- Adding a suite of keyboard shortcuts to your toolbox
Opening folders full of files, this lesson explores the changes to search and the viewing tools available in an open folder.
Both the Start Menu and the Taskbar have a new feature called a Jump List, which gets you into your important files much more quickly.