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Lesson 1

Part 1: Getting Started with Windows 10

Part 1, Getting Started with Windows 10
The lessons in this part are designed to help you get Windows 10 installed. You learn about the various system requirements, how to perform a clean installation, and how to transition from operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 8.

Duration: 01:32:15  File Size: 147 MB

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Lesson 2

Part 2: The Windows 10 Desktop

Part 2, The Windows 10 Desktop
The lessons in this part are intended to familiarize you with the basics of using Windows 10. You learn about the new Start menu, Cortana, the multiple desktop feature, and much more.

Duration: 01:55:39  File Size: 177 MB

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Lesson 3

Part 3: Using and Personalizing the Start Screen

Part 3, Using and Personalizing the Start Screen
The lessons in this part are all about the new Start menu. You learn how to use the Start menu and how to customize it so that the items that you use most often are easy to find. You also learn how to display useful information through live tiles.

Duration: 00:27:58  File Size: 44 MB

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Lesson 4

Part 4: Customizing Windows 10

Part 4, Customizing Windows 10
The lessons in this part are designed to help you to configure Windows 10 to meet your needs. You learn about the Control Panel, the Settings screen and the lock screen. You also learn how to enable accessibility features and how to customize the desktop and the Start screen.

Duration: 00:33:25  File Size: 50 MB

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Lesson 5

Part 5: Customizing Windows 10

Part 5, Securing Your Computer
The lessons in this part are all about security. You learn how to set up accounts for others who use your computer and how to implement parental controls. You also learn about passwords, new password alternatives such as picture passwords, and how to use security features such as Windows Update and the Windows firewall.

Duration: 00:31:55  File Size: 48 MB

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Lesson 6

Part 6: Using the Windows Store and Working with Apps

Part 6, Using the Windows Store and Working with Apps
The lessons in this part teach you how to download, install, and uninstall applications. You learn how to use the Windows store and how to install and remove desktop applications.

Duration: 00:22:24  File Size: 39 MB

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Lesson 7

Part 7: Working with the Built-in Apps

Part 7, Working with the Built-in Apps
The lessons in this part discuss some of the apps that are included with Windows 10. You learn about the News, Sports, Weather, Calculator, Mail, Calendar, and People apps.

Duration: 00:46:54  File Size: 82 MB

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Lesson 8

Part 8: Browsing the Web with Microsoft Edge

Part 8, Browsing the Web with Microsoft Edge
The lessons in this part are all about the new Edge browser. Not only do you learn how to use the new browser, but you also learn how to hide the ads that appear on Web pages, create a reading list, save a Web page for offline viewing, and even mark up a Web page.

Duration: 00:37:57  File Size: 71 MB

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Lesson 9

Part 9: Entertainment

Part 9, Entertainment
The lessons in this part discuss Windows 10’s entertainment capabilities. Here you learn how to play movies and music, how to organize your photos, and even how to access Xbox Live.

Duration: 00:32:10  File Size: 66 MB

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Lesson 10

Part 10: Care and Maintenance

Part 10, Care and Maintenance
The lessons in this part are designed to teach you some basic troubleshooting and maintenance skills. You learn how to prepare a new hard disk for use, how to free up extra disk space, how to create a backup, and how to defragment your hard disk. You also learn how to use the System Configuration tool and Safe Mode to fix problems that might occur.

Duration: 00:29:37  File Size: 47 MB

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Lesson 11

Part 11: Windows 10 on Your Desktop and Devices

Part 11, Windows 10 on Your Desktop and Devices
The lessons in this part are about using Windows 10 on devices other than PCs. You learn how to upgrade a tablet to Windows 10 and how to run your favorite Windows apps on your phone. You even learn how to keep your data and configuration settings synchronized across your Windows 10 devices.

Duration: 00:51:59  File Size: 77 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2016
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-5634-X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-5634-3

9.5 Hours of Video Instruction

Windows 10 Tutorial: Essential Video Guide to Mastering Windows 10 is an easy-to-understand, but comprehensive, 9.5-hour video course that introduces viewers to Windows 10, and then explains exactly how to use this new Microsoft operating system.

Description
This video course also includes more advanced information to help users truly be able to customize Windows 10 to their personal and/or professional preferences. This video series is designed to help you to install and use Windows 10. Technology and Microsoft MVP, Brien Posey, demonstrates how to install Windows 10 and how to upgrade existing Windows PCs and tablets. Posey also demonstrates how to use a wide variety of Windows 10 features and even how to use the new operating system on a phone or tablet. Whether you are just getting started with Windows or you have used other versions of Windows for years, this video series is for you.

Skill Level
* Beginner - Intermediate

What You Will Learn
* How to navigate and personalize the Windows 10 desktop to fit your personal preferences
* How to interact with Cortana
* The best ways to secure your Windows 10 computer or tablet
* How to install and use apps from the Windows Store
* What apps are built into Windows 10 and what they do
* How to play music and videos, integrate with Xbox, and organize photos
* The best ways to care for and maintain your Windows 10 computer, phone, or tablet

Who Should Take This Course
* Anyone looking for a practical introduction to Windows 10 to quickly become proficient at Microsoft’s newest operating system.

Course Requirements
* None

Table of Contents

Part 1: Getting Started with Windows 10
1.1 Windows 10 Editions and Licensing Requirements
1.2 Performing a Clean Installation
1.3 Upgrade Considerations
1.4 Transitioning from Windows XP
1.5 Upgrading from Windows 7
1.6 Upgrading from Windows 8

Part 2: The Windows 10 Desktop
2.1 Logging in for the First Time
2.2 Basic Navigation
2.3 File Explorer and OneDrive
2.4 Desktop Shortcuts
2.5 Multiple Desktops
2.6 The Notification Center
2.7 Cortana
2.8 The Command Prompt

Part 3: Using and Personalizing the Start Screen
3.1 The Start Menu or the Start Screen?
3.2 Customizing Live Tiles
3.3 Finding Your Applications
3.4 The Touch Interface

Part 4: Customizing Windows 10
4.1 Control Panel and Settings
4.2 Customizing the Desktop and the Start Screen
4.3 The Lock Screen
4.4 Enabling Accessibility Features

Part 5: Securing Your Computer
5.1 Creating User Accounts
5.2 Setting Permissions
5.3 The Windows Firewall
5.4 Windows Update
5.5 Changing Your Password
5.6 Password Alternatives

Part 6: Using the Windows Store and Working with Apps
6.1 Accessing the Windows store
6.2 Installing Apps
6.3 Running Apps
6.4 Uninstalling Apps
6.5 Installing Desktop Apps
6.6 Removing Desktop Apps

Part 7: Working with the Built-in Apps
7.1 News
7.2 Sports
7.3 Weather
7.4 Calculator
7.5 Mail
7.6 Calendar
7.7 People

Part 8: Browsing the Web with Microsoft Edge
8.1 Basic Browser Usage
8.2 Browser Configuration Settings
8.3 Reading View and Reading List
8.4 Marking up a Web Page
8.5 Saving a Web Page

Part 9: Entertainment
9.1 Xbox Integration
9.2 Playing Videos
9.3 Playing Music
9.4 Organizing Your Photos

Part 10: Care and Maintenance
10.1 Adding a Hard Disk
10.2 Disk Defragmentation
10.3 Disk Cleanup
10.4 System Configuration
10.5 Basic Troubleshooting and Booting to Safe Mode
10.6 Backing Up Your System

Part 11: Windows 10 on Your Desktop and Devices
11.1 Device Synchronization
11.2 The Tablet Experience
11.3 Windows 10 Phone Edition
11.4 Does the PC Still Have Its Place?

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