What’s New in Windows 10

Category
Business Administration
Level
Beginner
Lessons
23
Duration
1h 04m 57s
Last Updated: 2018-08-20
In this course, you’ll learn all the features that have been added or enhanced in Windows 10. The course is intended for participants with previous knowledge of a Windows environment. The goal is to teach you skills that will make your experience with Windows 10 more efficient, and even prepare you for any future training or exams related to this Windows environment.

First, you will learn what makes Windows 10 notably different from previous versions. Similar to other versions, there are some feature enhancements. However, this version is not just a revision of the operating system.

Next, you’ll learn about the primary features in Windows 10. Some features have changed, some are brand new, and some only apply to certain versions of the operating system. You will learn about the new versions of the operating system, including the education version, an alternative to the enterprise version, the professional version, and the home version.

One of the primary changes participants can expect to learn about is the new Start menu. This menu is making a comeback (from Windows 7) and it looks completely different than you may remember. Other changes include a new task view and the ability to snap windows side by side.

Finally, you will spend time navigating Windows 10 and going over the user experience and how to use the settings app. You’ll also learn how to use the new built-in assistant named Cortana. Cortana can help you search local content on your drive, as well as the internet.
Category
Business Administration
Level
Beginner
Lessons
23
Duration
1h 04m 57s
Patrick Loner
I’ve worked in the IT industry for more than 15 years, specializing in Microsoft operating systems, from Windows NT 4.0 up to Windows 10. I’ve worked as a Microsoft Certified Trainer and as an IT consultant, helping companies deploy new operating systems and servers. I have experience in both the deployment and support aspects of Microsoft operating systems.
Patrick LonerInstructor and Curriculum Developer
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