Microsoft Windows 10

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Everyone knows Windows — or they think they do. It used to be that every few years Microsoft would have a big, new Windows release. Now, Microsoft makes improvements and updates regularly in a Windows as a Service model. That means Windows 10 is the latest — and potentially last — release of the popular Microsoft operating system. That’s great news for desktop and systems administrators.

Newcomers to desktop support are often shocked when they look under the hood at Windows 10. From permissions settings to the deployment kits, Windows 10 has quite a few features that make desktop administration easier. Even experienced desktop support specialists will need a little Windows 10 training. There’s a lot to learn when running an enterprise Windows 10 environment, and there’s also a lot to learn as a Windows 10 user.

This Windows 10 training has both users and administrators covered. CBT Nuggets Windows 10 training courses serve a wide range of skill levels from end-users to experienced systems administrators.


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