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Helps you pass the MTA Windows 10 exam.
Learn how to install, manage, and configure Windows 10. What you’ll learn
Install Windows 10
Perform updates and back-ups
Use basic system tools
Manage files and shares
Change settings and features
Basic IT skills
VirtualBox or Vmware applications recommended
This is a new edition of the MTA course – covers Windows 10. Join now!
Learn how Windows 10 works. Master the installation process, editions, settings, and lean more about new cool features of Windows 10: Edge, Cortana, and more!
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is a recommended entry point into IT certification.
Pass just one exam and you’ll earn a certification!
The main benefit of earning a Microsoft Certification is that it shows potential employers/hiring managers that you have the necessary requirements and skills to be the perfect candidate for the job.
In this course you will learn all you need to know to pass the exam and apply your skills in real world scenarios.
Overview of Windows Operating System
Windows 10 – features and editions
Labs with step-by-step instructions
Detailed lectures on installation, folders and shares
Troubleshooting tools and tips
Quizzes to help you pass the exam
The course is perfect for anyone who seeks to learn the fundamentals of Windows Operating System concepts.
Contents and Overview
In over 3 hours of content including 30 lectures this course covers the basics of Windows Operating System Fundamentals. Each chapter closes with a quiz to make sure you can practice exam questions and test your knowledge before moving to the next section.
We start from scratch discussing managing applications, files and folders, how to install and upgrade Client Systems and manage devices. This course discusses security, malware protection, remote access and visualization.
Who this course is for:
Anyone interested in Microsoft Operating Systems
Students perparing for the MTA exam
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