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In this entry-level Microsoft skills training, Anthony Sequeira prepares learners to proficiently use Microsoft's popular Windows 10 operating system.
Microsoft used to have big releases for its popular operating system, Windows. Every few years they’d change everything (for better or worse), but now they’re making 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.
If you’re a desktop support specialist, this Windows as a Service model means less work administering your enterprise desktop infrastructure, but more work training your users. Let Anthony take that off your hands with this Windows 10 power-user training.
After completing this Microsoft training you'll know how to log in, customize your desktop, manage files, folders, and perform Windows updates. This Windows 10 training is perfect for any company migrating to Windows 10.
For anyone who manages their organization’s Microsoft training, this Windows 10 training can be used to onboard new systems administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or used as a Microsoft reference resource.
Using Windows 10: What You Need to Know
For any systems administrator looking to improve their proficiency with systems infrastructure, this Microsoft course covers topics such as:
- Introduction to Windows 10
- User accounts and logging In
- The Windows 10 desktop and start menu
- Web browsers
- Installing apps
- Software updates
- Safety and security in Windows 10
Who Should Take Using Windows 10 Training?
This Windows 10 training is foundational Microsoft training, which means it was designed for professionals without any Windows 10 experience. This Windows 10 skills course is valuable as on-going end-user training or as part of a Windows 10 migration plan.
Windows 10 end-user training. It can be easy to laugh off training in Windows, but remember: not everyone has grown up on the technology. And even those who did grow up using Windows were rarely trained in how to - they just sort of figured it out. While this training is most useful for any offices that recently transitioned to Windows 10, it’s also valuable for anyone who uses Windows 10 a lot in their work. How to navigate the system, install applications, browse the web safely and handle updates on their own: train your users how to do this on their own, and you can expect to see the number of support requests to tech support drop.