WINDOWS 10 FUNDAMENTALS – ONE DAY

Prerequisites:

This course is intended for new computer users who want to use the basic tools and features of windows 10. No particular prerequisite skills are required, but any previous exposure to personal computers and the internet is helpful.

Course Overview

Welcome to Using Microsoft® Windows® 10. Whether you’re new to computers or have used them in the past, this class will help you become more comfortable using a personal computer (PC) and, more specifically, the Windows 10 interface. This new version of Windows incorporates hundreds of new features as well as improvements to existing ones.

Windows 10 Topics

  1. Getting to Know PCs and the Windows 10 User Interface
    1. Identify Components of a Personal Computer
    2. Sign into Windows 10
    3. The Boot Process
    4. The Lock Screen
    5. The Sign in Screen
    6. Ease of Access Menu
    7. Shut Down Options Menu
    8. Password Sign In
    9. Navigate the Desktop
  2. Explore the Start Menu
    1. Using the Start Button
    2. Anatomy of the Start Menu
    3. Tiles
    4. Live Tiles
    5. Resizing the Start Menu
    6. Viewing All Apps
    7. Using Windows Store Apps and Navigation Features
    8. Multitask with Apps
    9. Switching Between Apps
    10. The Snap Feature
    11. Using Snap Assist
    12. Closing an App
  3. Search Your Computer
    1. Getting to Know Cortana
    2. Setting Up Cortana
    3. Using Cortana Voice Commands
    4. Using the Search Field
    5. Using the Cortana Menu
    6. Using the Cortana Notebook
    7. View Notifications
    8. About Windows 10 Notifications
    9. About the Action Center
    10. Opening and Closing the Action Center
    11. Clearing Notifications
    12. Customizing Notification Settings
  4. Windows Store Apps
    1. About the Windows Store
    2. Opening the Windows Store
    3. Common Windows Store App Navigation Features
    4. Downloading and Installing Windows Store Apps
    5. Uninstalling Apps
  5. Windows 10 Navigation Summary
    1. Moving Between Apps
    2. Basic Actions
    3. Modifying Window Layout
    4. Working with Desktop Applications
  6. Work with Desktop Windows
    1. About Desktop Windows
    2. Resizing Windows
    3. Using Minimize, Maximize/Restore, and Close
    4. Using Cascade, Stack, and Side by Side Functions
    5. Using Shake and Peek Functions
  7. Manage Files and Folders with File Explorer
    1. Files and Folders
    2. Libraries
    3. Getting to Know File Explorer
    4. Tabs and the Ribbon Interface
    5. The Quick Access Toolbar
    6. Pinning Locations for Quick Access
    7. The Recycle Bin
  8. Create and Modify Files with Desktop Applications
    1. Creating New Documents
    2. Opening Existing Documents
    3. Saving Documents
    4. The Clipboard
    5. Undo and Redo
    6. Printing Documents
  9. Using Microsoft Edge
    1. Navigate Microsoft Edge
    2. Web Browsers and Search Engines
  10. Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer
    1. Elements of the Microsoft Edge Window
    2. URLs
    3. Bing
    4. Use Microsoft Edge
    5. The Address Bar
    6. Viewing Frequently Visited Websites
    7. Viewing Your Favorites
    8. Viewing Your Reading List
    9. Viewing Your History
    10. Using Reading View
    11. Creating Web Notes
    12. Sharing with Microsoft Edge
    13. Using Cortana in Microsoft Edge
  11. Manage Tabs
    1. About Tabs
    2. Creating New Tabs
    3. Switching Between Tabs
    4. Managing Tabs
    5. Closing a Tab
  12. Modify Microsoft Edge Options
    1. About the More Actions Menu
    2. Customizing Browser Settings
    3. Customizing Advanced Settings
    4. Customizing the Windows 10 Environment
  13. Change Basic Windows Settings
    1. Accessing the Settings Window
    2. Overview of the Settings Window
    3. Accessing the Control Panel
    4. Overview of the Control Panel
    5. Changing the Control Panel View
  14. Customize the Lock Screen
    1. Using the Lock Screen
    2. Changing the Background
    3. Changing Apps
    4. Changing the Screen Saver
  15. Customize the Desktop
    1. Changing the Desktop Background
    2. Changing the Accent Color
    3. Applying a Theme
  16. Configure Passwords
    1. Managing Passwords
    2. Adding a PIN Password
    3. Adding a Picture Password
  17. Use Windows Defender
    1. What is Windows Defender?
    2. Opening Windows Defender
    3. Overview of Windows Defender
    4. Changing Windows Defender Settings
  18. Store and Share Files with OneDrive
    1. What is OneDrive?
    2. Using the OneDrive Notification Icon
    3. Viewing Your Local OneDrive Folder
    4. Viewing Your Online OneDrive Folder
    5. Uploading Files and Folders
    6. Changing OneDrive Settings
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