Microsoft Windows 10: Transition from Windows 72024-02-27T15:49:24-04:00


Microsoft Windows 10: Transition from Windows 7

Mobile devices are becoming increasingly popular. As a result, many business professionals find themselves regularly performing a greater number of work-related tasks from a variety of devices. You may find yourself included in this group of multiple-device users. But you still perform a majority, or at least a large part, of your work from a desktop or a laptop computer.

With the release of Microsoft® Windows® 10, Microsoft has made strides in bridging the gap between your laptop or desktop PC and a variety of mobile devices. Developing an understanding of how to accomplish your day-to-day work tasks in this new environment will push you one step closer to being able to comfortably work from a number of platforms, and a number of devices, nearly anywhere you go. Once you’ve gained a foundational understanding of how to operate within the Windows 10 environment from your PC, you’ll be able to take full advantage of the many sharing, storing, and multi-platform benefits inherent in the Windows 10 operating system.

Completion of this course will earn 0.6 CEUs.

  • Dates: Jun 18, 2024
  • Times: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm (EST)
  • Location: Lexington
  • Seats: 10
  • Price: $350


Course Objectives:
In this course, students with a prior knowledge of Windows 7 will be able to perform common tasks within the Windows 10 environment.
You will:
– Navigate the Windows 10 environment.
– Work with apps and desktop applications.
– Use Cortana and Edge.
– Manage Windows 10.
– Secure your computer.
– Use backup and recovery tools.

Target Student:
This course is designed for students who wish to switch from using a PC running on the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, to using a PC running on the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system in a business or work-related environment.

To ensure success, you should have a prior working knowledge of the Windows 7 operating system and be proficient in the general use of personal computers and related peripheral devices. Specific tasks you should be able to perform include: launching and closing applications, navigating basic file structures, and managing files and folders. To meet these prerequisites, you can take either of the following Logical Operations courses:

Windows® 7: Transition from Windows® XP
Microsoft® Office Windows® 7: Level 1


  • Lesson 1: Navigating the Windows 10 Environment

    • Topic A: Log In to Windows 10
    • Topic B: Navigate the Desktop
    • Topic C: Navigate in Tablet Mode
  • Lesson 2: Working with Apps and Desktop Applications

    • Topic A: Customize the Start Menu and Taskbar
    • Topic B: Use Windows 10 Apps and Desktop Applications
    • Topic C: Multitask with Apps and Desktop Applications
    • Topic D: Use File Explorer
  • Lesson 3: Using Cortana and Edge

    • Topic A: Get to Know Cortana
    • Topic B: Use Cortana as a Personal Assistant
    • Topic C: Browse the Web
  • Lesson 4: Managing Windows 10

    • Topic A: Configure Settings
    • Topic B: Use the Desktop Administrative Tools
  • Lesson 5: Securing Your Computer

    • Topic A: Set New Password Types
    • Topic B: Use Windows Defender
    • Topic C: Use Other Security Features
  • Lesson 6: Using Backup and Recovery Tools

    • Topic A: Use File History
    • Topic B: Repair Your System