Microsoft recently released their new Operating System Windows 10 and consumers are already downloading it in droves. By the time you read this, over 120 million people would have installed and played around with Windows 10.
While there are a lot of resources and websites dedicated to helping consumers understand the basics of Windows 10, there isn't too much out there targeted at helping business owners understand the consequences of installing this software. That's where this course comes in.
If you are planning to roll this Operating System out to your business, this course is the one for you. We answer some of the basic questions about the business value of Windows 10 and what it takes to implement Windows 10 in a small business environment.
This course gives guidance about Windows 10 licensing, upgrades, the 12 month free period, Microsoft accounts, networking, backing up data, storage, peripherals, connecting to Windows Server 2012, Windows 10 security options (Windows Hello and Microsoft Passport) and much more.
If you are deploying Windows 10 in your business and want a good foundational understanding of what this Operating System can do, you need this course.
OUR BIG BONUS - when you sign up for this course, you get a FREE coupon to our other course on UDEMY - Introduction to Windows 10 (a $50 value).
An introduction to the Windows 10 upgrade process.
Talks about the Microsoft Account and creating new accounts
This video describes the difference between a local and Microsoft account.
Setting up your User ID
This lecture describes the configuration of new account settings.
This section describes the management of user accounts in Windows 10.
This section describes how to change the type of account you use to sign into Windows 10.
This section provides a Windows 10 Security Overview.
This lecture describes Intel's RealSense technology and the role it plays in Windows 10 Security.
This section describes the Windows 10 Security feature - Windows Hello
Launching and managing applications in Windows 10
This lectures describes the process of launching applications from the taskbar
This section describes the process of launching applications from the Start Menu
Using touch screen controls in Windows 10
Using an external drive or memory stick in Windows 10
Deleting files in Windows 10
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