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About This Course
This course is part of the Microsoft Professional Program Certificate in IT Support.
In this computer science course, you will learn how to support the installation tasks associated with Windows 10. You will develop skills that include learning how to install and customize Windows 10 operating systems and applications and configure web browsers and OneDrive.
You will also learn about upgrading and migrating to Windows 10. This course is part of a series of support focused Windows courses. It is intended for individuals working in an IT Support role.
What you’ll learn
- Prepare to install Windows 10
- Install Windows 10
- Configure devices and device drivers.
- Perform post-installation configuration tasks
- Personalize Windows 10
- Implement Applications
There is no prerequisites for this course.
Estimate Time : 8-16 hours
Module 1 Installing Windows
- Windows 10 Overview
- Installation Options
- Requirements for Windows Features
- Installation Process and Media
- Upgrading to Win 10
Module 2 Configure Devices and Drivers
- Tools used to configure Win10
- Managing Devices and Drivers
Module 3 Preform post-installation Configuration
- Configure and Customized Start Menu
- Common Configuration Options
- Using OneDrive
Module 4 Managing Apps in Win10
- Providing Apps to Users
- Windows Store
- Web Browsers
Brandon is a content developer who has been publishing training content at Microsoft for 16 years. He has been responsible for IT Professional audience content of Skype for Business since 2010. He has also published training content for Windows 7 and Microsoft SQL 2012. Prior to that Brandon was a certified instructor who taught Microsoft Dynamics GP curriculum to reselling partners.
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