This course will talk about personal computers, including the different components and peripherals they involve such as the lock screen, the sign-in screen, tiles, the account ID menu, and more.
We will then dive into the Windows 8 user interface, where everything in the operating system and hardware work together to produce your documents and data. We will discuss modern applications and the most common navigation features, including shortcuts, charms, the switcher, the snap feature, and other useful tools.
Then, we’ll discuss the desktop applications and the World Wide Web (WWW) through the use of Internet Explorer, Version 10. We will give a grand overview of all components of Internet Explorer and the useful tools provided for your use. Additionally, because we want to make this a comfortable environment for you, we will show you how to customize Windows 8 within the start screen and the desktop.
Lastly, we will cover the security features you can implement, including passwords, defenders, and the option to use SkyDrive.
As a certified Microsoft Instructor, I’ve focused my career on various security aspects of computer and network technology since the early ’80s. I’ve worked on a wide variety of IT training and high-level consulting projects for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Through the course of my extensive career, I have taught a full line of Microsoft, CompTIA, Cisco, and other high level IT Security curricula.