This eLearning Bundle includes these 2 courses: Using Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 10 Power User.
Using Microsoft Windows 10 – 2:00 hours
Boost your PC proficiency with this beginner-level training course designed to familiarize you with the basic computing functions and features within the Windows 10 environment. With the Using Microsoft Windows 10 course, you will get comfortable with the interface. Learn how to use universal apps and desktop applications, manage files and folders, browse the internet, install and remove devices, use important security features, and customize Windows to suit your work preferences. This 2-hour course includes a series of learning modules with step-by-step training videos and downloadable practice files for an accessible and interactive learning experience. A final course quiz is included for convenient review and self-evaluation. Once you’ve completed this course, you will be ready to start using the Windows 10 operating system for your personal and professional computing needs.
- Audio Narration
- Inline Activities
- Supplemental Resources
Accessing Windows 10
Total (mm:ss): 13:34
Using Windows 10 – Introduction (01:09)
Sign in to Windows 10 – Introduction (00:36)
Improve your productivity you want to come up to speed on Windows 10. In this lesson, you’ll access the fundamental elements that make up the Windows 10 user experience.
Sign in to Windows 10 (03:51)
Your first step in the world of using Windows 10 is to sign in to the operating system. There areseveral options and features that you can use to adjust how you sign in. (The Lock Screen, The Login Screen, Account ID, Password Sign-In)
Navigate the Windows 10 Desktop – Introduction (00:22)
The desktop is the hub for all activity in Windows 10. From here, you can access everything you need to make your PC work.
Navigate the Windows 10 Desktop (03:27)
The desktop is the hub for all activity in Windows 10. From there, you can access everything needed to make your PC work. (The Desktop, Start Button, The Recycle Bin, The Taskbar, The Notification Area, Tooltips)
Use the Start Menu (04:09)
The Start menu is the access point for apps and desktop applications. Navigating your way around the Start menu will provide you with the tools you need to find and launch apps quickly and easily, saving you time and reducing frustration. (The Start Menu, The Start Menu List, Most Used, File Explorer, Settings, PC Power Options, The All Apps List, Tiles, Live Tiles)
Using Windows Universal Apps and Desktop Applications
Total (mm:ss): 25:00
Use Desktop Applications – Introduction (01:12)
Windows 10 can run both desktop applications and Universal Windows apps. Learn more about the differences between desktop applications and Universal Windows apps.
Use Desktop Applications (04:09)
Windows 10 can run both desktop applications and Windows apps. Knowing how to launch anduse these programs is essential to begin working in the PC environment. (Desktop Applications vs. Windows Apps, Desktop Applications, Traditional Windows, The Quick Access Toolbar, The Save and Save As Commands, The Undo and Redo Commands)
Set up the Mail App (03:37)
You want to set up the Mail app for use with your Microsoft account.
Use Windows Universal Apps (05:02)
You have used a traditional Windows desktop application. Now you will use a Windows Universalapp to see how it’s similar to and different from a traditional Windows desktop application. (Windows Universal Apps, Common Universal App Navigation Features)
Multitask with Open Apps (00:27)
Windows provides various features to enable you to multitask with multiple programs.
Multitask with Open Apps (05:13)
In Windows 10, you’ve launched multiple programs because you intend to perform different kinds of tasks and perhaps share content from one program to another. Windows provides various features to enable you to multitask in this way. (Multiple-App Functionality, Clipboard, Context Menus, Task View, The Snap Feature.)
Install an App from Windows Store (00:40)
Windows 10 comes with a number of useful apps already installed, but you’ll almost certainly want to add some of your own.
Install an App from Windows Store (04:40)
Windows 10 comes with a number of useful apps already installed, but you’ll almost certainly wantto add some of your own. (Windows Store)
Managing Files and Folders
Total (mm:ss): 08:30
Manage Files and Folders with File Explorer – Introduction (00:22)
Windows 10 provides local and cloud-based options for you to save your work. As you might know how to manage files and folders with File Explorer make sure to understand how to store and share files with OneDrive.
Manage Files and Folders with File Explorer (04:27)
You are now familiar with how to create files in apps and applications. In this topic, you will learnhow to manage files on your local device. (Files and Folders, File Explorer, The File Explorer Ribbon, Ribbon Tabs, Quick Access, Pin and Unpin, File Share, File Explorer and the Clipboard)
Upload and Share Files with OneDrive – Introduction (00:58)
Previously you learned to open files and create folders in File Explorer. Now you will learn how touse OneDrive to store files on a remote server.
Upload and Share Files with OneDrive (02:43)
You’ve probably heard people talking about “the cloud” and cloud computing and wondered what it was all about. This topic explains it. (Cloud Computing, OneDrive, OneDrive Sharing, File Sync)
Using Cortana and Edge
Total (mm:ss): 25:46
Get to Know Cortana (00:35)
Cortana is a digital assistant, who continually learns what is important to you and can help you organize and simplify your life.
Customize Cortana’s User Interface (07:12)
Learn how Cortana can remind you of calendar events, transcribe an email message, search your device for files and many more. (Cortana, Natural Language Interaction with Cortana, Voice Activation, Cortana Home, Cortana Notebook, About Me, Cortana Settings, Reminders)
Search with Cortana (02:37)
The Windows 10 search looks deceptively simple but it’s quite powerful. Cortana can help you search for apps, files, and settings and make your life much easier rather than navigating through menus and find what you looking for.
Use Cortana as a Personal Assistant (04:47)
In this topic, you will use commands and questions to direct her to help you with day-to-day tasks like searching for files, setting alarms, and transcribing emails. (Search, Verbal Search with Cortana, General Cortana Commands,Compose Email)
Browse the Web with Edge – Introduction (01:00)
In this topic, you will learn about the new web browser that is included with Windows 10. Edgeintegrates with Cortana to make you even more effective at your day-to-day tasks.
Browse the Web with Edge (05:24)
Edge is Microsoft’s new browser that runs only in Windows 10. It has a very clean and minimalistlook and is built to run on PCs, tablets, and phones. (Edge, Tabs, The Address Bar, Search in the Address Bar, Edge Navigation Bar, Reading View, Favorites, Reading List, Hub, Web Note, Cortana in the Address Bar, Ask Cortana) Customize Edge (04:11)
You have a lot of choices to consider when customizing the appearance and features of the Edgebrowser. (Settings, Advanced Settings, Security and Privacy in Edge)
Customizing the Windows 10 Environment
Total (mm:ss): 10:46
Customize the Windows 10 Environment (00:22)
Learn how to personalize your screen by changing the look and feel of the Start menu so that you can quickly access applications that you use most often.
Change Start Menu Options (02:26)
Find out how you can customize Windws 10 to your needs. (Start Menu Resizing, Personalization, Start Menu List, Account ID Picture)
Work with Tiles and Tile Groups (04:00)
When you install a new program, an icon for it appears on the All apps list. You can easily pin anapp or application to the Start menu as a tile. (Tile Management, Pin and Unpin, Resized Tiles, Tile Groups)
Customize the Desktop and Lock Screen (03:58)
In this topic, you’ll adjust the desktop and Lock screen so that they reflect your personal tastes. (Background, Colors Option, Lock Screen, Control Panel. Themes, Ease of Access, Pointers)
Installing and Removing Devices
Total (mm:ss): 07:52
Manage Printers – Introduction (00:17)
You’ve used the Settings app to configure various Windows settings to meet your needs. TheSettings app also provides features for installing and managing peripheral devices, including printers.
Print a Document (05:31)
The Settings app provides features for installing and managing peripheral devices, including printers. (Printers, Printer Installation, Printing Documents, Microsoft Print to PDF, The Print Queue.)
Manage Peripheral Devices – Introduction (00:50)
In addition to printers, you may want to connect and use other devices with your PC.
Manage Peripheral Devices (01:14)
In this lesson, you will use the Settings app to install and remove peripheral devices. (Peripheral Devices, Peripheral Device Installation, Peripheral Device Options, Peripheral Device Removal)
Using Windows 10 Security Features
Total (mm:ss): 13:29
Manage Passwords and Privacy Levels – Introduction (01:14)
You’ve used your Microsoft account to log in to Windows 10 and use some of its online features,but there’s much more you can do to manage your account. Set New Password Types (05:32)
Being able to adjust what type of password your account uses on your computer will make logging in less of a hassle and (hopefully) make your device more secure. (Sign-in Options, PIN, Picture Passwords)
Change Privacy Settings (03:27)
You will learn how to change your privacy settings to disable personalized advertising, the sharing of your name and account picture and more. (Privacy Settings)
Use Windows Defender – Introduction (00:41)
Microsoft offers a built-in anti-malware solution that can keep your computer clean and running smoothly.
Check for Viruses in Windows Defender (02:35)
In this topic, you’ll use Windows Defender to further enhance the security of your Windows 10 experience. (Windows Defender, Windows Defender Settings)
Windows 10 Power User – 5:40 hours
Focusing on the fundamentals of Microsoft Windows 10, this course gives you the essential tools and techniques to navigate this operating system effectively. You’ll begin by familiarizing yourself with the Windows 10 environment. From here, you’ll review the start menu and task bar, and discover the dramatically different look and feel of Windows 10 compared to earlier versions. Next, we’ll cover how to use file explorer to manage your documents, photos and data, and review the different controls and options available. By the end of the course, you’ll know how to access applications, browse the web with Microsoft Edge, and search using Cortana. Led by a subject matter expert, this course features clear, step-by-step instructions to help you develop your confidence and capabilities in Windows 10.
Module 1: Getting Started With Windows 10
Module 2: Using File Explorer
Module 3: Using Windows Applications
Module 4: Browsing the Web With Microsoft Edge
Module 5: Customizing Windows
Module 6: Connecting Devices And Devices
Module 7: Managing User Accounts
Module 8: Backing Up Important Data
Module 9: Maintaining Windows
Module 10: Protecting Windows
Module 11: Monitoring Performance
Module 12: Working With Control Panel And Setting