Windows 10 for Beginners
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Windows 10 for Beginners

Learn everything you need to know for your daily Work in Windows 10
3.3 (5 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
174 students enrolled
Created by Markus Korsten
Last updated 10/2016
English
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What Will I Learn?
  • Students will know how to handle the most important tasks in Windows 10
  • Students will feel familiar with the new Operating System
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Requirements
  • This course is for beginners. Nothing is required. You just need to know how to press the start button on your Computer ;-)
Description

Everyone is talking about Windows 10 because with Windows 10 Microsoft published a solid operating system which works and has several features on board which will help you to work fluently. 

However, before you can use these great features in your Windows 10 you need to learn a bit more about the operating system. 

In this course I'll walk you through all the little things you need to know to start working with Windows 10 - from modifying the startmenu to creating documents and folders. But you'll also learn some more advanced things just like changing your folder icon and closing crashed apps without restarting your Computer.

if you are not 100% familiar with Windows 10 this course is for you. I'll walk you in small steps through all the most important things you need to learn for your daily workflow.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for Computer Beginners
  • It is also for anyone who updates from a previous Windows Version to the new Windows 10
  • Or if you have been a Mac Use and now have a Windows PC this course will also help you
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Curriculum For This Course
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Windows 10 - First Steps
16 Lectures 23:59



Customize your Startmenu
02:06

Change the Apps in your Startmenu
02:07

The Windows Taskbar
00:36

The Taskview
01:22

The Windows
01:31

Replacing Widows
01:17

The Toolbar
01:40

Quick Access
01:34

The Startmenu Buttons
01:22

The Control Panel
01:52

Power Options
02:15

Windows Help
00:42

Shut down
00:30
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Windows 10 - Day by Day
17 Lectures 25:30


Create a Link on your Desktop
00:47


The File Explorer II
02:17

The File Explorer III
01:22

Create a File in Wordpad
02:28

Creating and moving Folders
01:58

Change Folder Icons
01:47

Search for Files and Folders
00:52

Find Settings
00:40

Delete and restore Files
01:16


Compress Files
02:21

Show the File Types
01:17

Close Crashed Programs
01:35

Work with more Apps
01:25
About the Instructor
Markus Korsten
4.0 Average rating
57 Reviews
3,252 Students
13 Courses
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I've first studied energy system electric but worked then as an administrator for computers, both Windows and Mac Computers. I know both systems inside out. Today I repair computer systems for small and large companies, both in hard- and software. I also help people to get started with their computer and teach them how to use the software they have. I also visit my customers to set up all their telecommunication systems.

While teaching, I try hard to give my students some real-life examples to make them understand the essentials of computer technology. I know that abstract thinking doesn't come easy so I always try to connect my teaching with real life experiences. This way my students can easily imagine what is going on on their computer.

I've also trained myself to use Adobe Programs and know a lot about Photoshop, Lightroom and all the other Programs of the Adobe Creative Suit.

I enjoy photography and sometimes I take pictures and do panorama photography for the websites of my clients.

So for years I have been teaching others now how to set up and use their computers. Now it's time for me to go digitally so people can watch the courses over and over again.

I'm for and into everything creative and believe that everything is figureoutable - if I can do it, you can do it as well and I show you how.