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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Windows XP: Fundamentals $74.95
Windows XP: Advanced $74.95

Bundle Price: $99.00
Total Savings: $50.90


Windows XP: Fundamentals

To introduce the student to the fundamental improvements in Windows XP
  • Windows XP enhanced features - describe the new visual style of Windows XP.
  • Configuring a user account in Windows XP - create user accounts in Windows XP.
  • File grouping and search enhancements in Windows XP - use the new searching capabilities and to describe the new file grouping structure of Windows XP.
  • System restores and recovery in Windows XP - explain the features and benefits of the automated system recovery and system restore functions in Windows XP.
  • Updates and driver rollback in Windows XP - describe dynamic and automatic updates and driver rollback in Windows XP.
  • Restoring system settings in Windows XP - roll back a driver and to change Automatic Update configuration settings in Windows XP.
  • The Remote Desktop utility in Windows XP - explain the features of the Remote Desktop utility and the Remote Desktop Web Connection component in Windows XP.
  • Windows XP wireless connectivity and power management - explain the wireless connectivity and power management features of Windows XP.
  • Windows XP remote connectivity and power options - enable Remote Desktop connections to a remote computer, set Remote Desktop Connection options, and to configure power options for a laptop computer.
  • Help and information for Windows XP - describe the Windows XP Help Center and explain Windows XP search features.
  • Remote assistance for Windows XP - explain and initiate remote assistance and demonstrate how to create a remote assistance session.
  • Troubleshooting in Windows XP - explain how to troubleshoot problems using the Windows XP System Configuration utility and help and support services.
  • Using Windows XP help and support services - use Windows XP help and support services to troubleshoot problems.

Windows XP: Advanced

To introduce the student to the more advanced improvements in Windows XP
  • Internet Connection Sharing and firewalls in Windows XP - explain the uses and features of Internet Connection Sharing and Internet Connection Firewall.
  • Enhanced security features of Windows XP - describe built-in security features and password restrictions in Windows XP.
  • Encryption and storage security in Windows XP - describe how to encrypt offline files and how to store files securely on a web server.
  • Configuring ICS and offline files in Windows XP - configure Internet Connection Sharing and to encrypt offline files using Windows XP.
  • Media support in Windows XP - explain the features of Windows Media Player 8 and Windows Movie Player 1.1 and to describe digital photo support in Windows XP.
  • Device and application support in Windows XP - explain Plug and Play features, device installation, hardware technology support, and DVD and CD support in Windows XP.
  • Application compatibility with Windows XP - discuss the compatibility of Windows XP with other applications, to use the Application Compatibility mode, and to explain the purpose of the Windows Side-by-Side folder.
  • WebDAV, DVD-RAM, and Disk Defragmenter in Windows XP - explain the features of WebDAV, FAT32, and Disk Defragmenter enhancements in Windows XP.
  • Printer access and fax sharing in Windows XP - explain how to use NetCrawler to access printers and describe fax sharing in Windows XP.
  • Defragmenting disks and faxing in Windows XP - analyze and defragment a volume on a hard drive and to send a fax using Windows XP.
  • Group policy and Windows XP - explain group policy features in Windows XP.
  • The Windows XP Files and Settings Transfer Wizard - use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard.
  • Control Panel and management enhancements in Windows XP - explain the features and benefits of the Windows XP Control Panel and regional option enhancements.
  • Transferring Windows XP settings and the Control Panel - use the Windows XP Files and Settings Transfer Wizard and configure options in the Control Panel.
  • Introducing Windows XP 64-bit edition - demonstrate the benefits of Windows XP 64-bit edition, including its memory support, multiprocessing capabilities, and development tools.
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Microsoft Windows XP: New Features e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271452
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $99