Windows 10 Training
If you are considering a career in desktop support or as a PC engineer, then Windows 10 is a must-have skill.
Although Windows 11 is now available, most personal computers are still running Windows 10 with no intention to upgrade until Windows 10 support ends in late 2025.
Windows 10 was designed to be highly functional, so the brief for developers was for it to do just about anything for anyone. It’s built to provide a consolidated operating system that it can run across multiple platforms, from PCs, tablets, and smartphones. It’s also designed to provide PC users with a more traditional Windows experience when compared to Windows 8, which had a lukewarm response from most users.
This course was originally designed to help you pass the Microsoft Technology Associate exam for Windows 10, which has now been retired and has not been replaced by Microsoft.
MTA Certification Exam Pass
Pedro used our Microsoft MTA program to pass his exam on the first try. Most students take two or three attempts to pass the exam ($100 per attempt).
Learning about the most common Windows 10 features and functions is pretty easy, requiring just a few hours of work to pass. We strongly recommend you install Windows 10 evaluation version onto a virtual machine and spend time exploring all the features available.
This course teaches you all the basics you need to know about Windows 10. Improve your knowledge and speed and prepare for working on a helpdesk or desktop support.
Microsoft, Google, CompTIA & Learning Operations Certified Trainer has been consulting and training worldwide, mainly in military and paramilitary fields (UN, NATO, US Army, etc.). Works as freelance Trainer & Consultant, owner of a small training company, and president of a non-profit training organization.
|Module 1||Understanding Operating System Configurations|
|Unit 1||Control Panel|
|Unit 3||Native Tools|
|Unit 4||Mobility Settings|
|Unit 5||Management Tools|
|Module 2||Installing and Upgrading Client Systems|
|Unit 1||Windows Operating System Editions & Upgrade Paths|
|Unit 2||Installation Types|
|Unit 3||OS Architecture|
|Module 3||Managing Applications|
|Unit 1||Configure Applications|
|Unit 2||Configure User Account Control|
|Unit 3||Configure Antivirus Settings & Services|
|Module 4||Managing Files and Folders|
|Unit 1||File Systems & Permissions|
|Unit 2||File Sharing|
|Module 5||Managing Devices|
|Unit 1||Connect Devices|
|Unit 2||Understand Storage|
|Unit 3||Printing Devices|
|Unit 4||System Devices|
|Module 6||Understanding Operating System Maintenance|
|Unit 1||Backup and Recovery Methods|
|Unit 2||Maintenance Tools|
|Unit 3||Configuring Updates|