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

Course Price
Files and Connectivity in Windows 8 $74.95
Windows 8: New Features and Common Tasks $74.95
Personalizing Windows 8 $74.95
Working with Apps in Windows 8 $74.95
Internet Explorer 10, File Sharing, and Recovery in Windows 8 $74.95
Managing Hardware and Advanced Options in Windows 8 $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Files and Connectivity in Windows 8

Microsoft Windows 8 is the latest version of the Microsoft Windows PC desktop operating system. This version represents a significant upgrade which incorporates a default Windows 8 tablet style interface. The Windows desktop will be still available, but with a number of upgrades including changes to File Explorer and how mobile connections are handled. This course will introduce learners to the different ways they can manage files and folders in Windows 8 using the improved File Explorer tool as well as how to manage network connections.

Learning Objectives
  • Use the File Explorer Ribbon to manage files
  • Share files from File Explorer
  • Create a custom library
  • Use commands to help you change the scope of a search in Windows 8
  • Determine the correct network connection types for a given scenario in Windows 8
  • Get online with Windows 8 in a given scenario
  • Manage files using File Explorer
  • Manage your network connections

Windows 8: New Features and Common Tasks

Microsoft Windows 8 is the latest version of the Microsoft Windows PC desktop operating system. This version represents a significant upgrade, incorporating a completely new tablet-style user interface. For those who prefer to work in the more conventional Windows desktop interface, it will be still available as an app. Other upgrades include the Ribbon element that users of the Office applications will be familiar with, now applied to Internet Explorer 10. This course will introduce learners to key new features of Windows 8 and also demonstrate how to interact with the new UI using either mouse and keyboard or a touch screen device. Other topics covered include navigating the new UI and performing common tasks.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify ways in which Windows 8 improves upon previous Windows operating systems
  • Log in to Windows 8
  • Navigate within Windows 8
  • Perform common tasks in Windows 8
  • Use Windows 8 Help
  • Perform common tasks in Windows 8
  • Change a Windows 8 setting

Personalizing Windows 8

Microsoft Windows 8 is the latest version of the Microsoft Windows PC desktop operating system. This version represents a significant upgrade which incorporates a default Windows 8 tablet style interface. The more conventional Windows desktop will be still available which is quite like Windows 7 but with a number of upgrades. This course will introduce learners to the various ways they can configure and personalize the user experience in Windows 8. Specific topics include using Control Panel and PC Settings to configure options, using accessibility options in Windows 8, and customizing the desktop, Lock Screen, and Start Screen.

Learning Objectives
  • Personalize the Lock screen in Windows 8
  • Personalize your Start screen in Windows 8
  • Change the desktop theme and display options in Windows 8
  • Personalize elements of the Windows 8 desktop
  • Activate and configure Windows 8 accessibility tools for people with visual impairments
  • Activate the Sound Sentry tool
  • Launch Windows 8 accessibility tools for people with limited mobility
  • Customize the Lock screen, Start screen, and Desktop
  • Use Windows 8 Ease of Access tools

Working with Apps in Windows 8

Microsoft Windows 8 is the latest version of the Microsoft Windows PC desktop operating system. This version incorporates a default Windows 8 tablet-style interface and represents a significant upgrade from previous versions of Windows. The more conventional Windows 7 style desktop is still available as part of Windows 8, but with a number of upgrades. This course will introduce learners to the various ways they can use and manage apps in Windows 8. Specific topics include how to arrange apps and desktop applications on the screen, using Task Manager and the Windows Store, integrating Windows accounts, and using integrated apps.

Learning Objectives
  • Use Windows 8 snap feature to arrange running apps on the screen
  • Install and update apps from the Windows 8 Store
  • Uninstall a Windows 8 app or program
  • Integrate accounts for a given Windows 8 app
  • Manage applications using Task Manager
  • Perform basic admin tasks with Windows 8 apps
  • Integrate accounts with an app

Internet Explorer 10, File Sharing, and Recovery in Windows 8

Microsoft Windows 8 is the latest version of the Microsoft Windows PC desktop operating system. This version represents a significant upgrade which incorporates a default Windows 8 tablet style interface. The more conventional Windows desktop will be still available which is quite like Windows 7 but with a number of upgrades. This course will introduce learners to how to use the new Internet Explorer 10 as well as the Desktop version, along with sharing files, and managing various backup and recovery options in Windows 8. Specific topics covered include Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10, sharing files and folders, and exploring the various storage and recovery options available to Windows 8 users.

Learning Objectives
  • Differentiate between the Internet Explorer versions in Windows 8
  • Determine the correct sharing option for a given scenario
  • Recognize Windows 8 storage and back up options
  • Determine the most appropriate version of Internet Explorer 10 to use in a given scenario
  • Choose the best file sharing solution for a given scenario
  • Choose the best storage or backup solution for a given scenario

Managing Hardware and Advanced Options in Windows 8

Microsoft Windows 8 is the latest version of the Microsoft Windows PC desktop operating system. This version represents a significant upgrade, which incorporates a default Windows 8 tablet style interface. The more conventional Windows desktop will be still available, which is quite like Windows 7 but with a number of upgrades. This course will introduce learners to the various ways they can configure hardware and advanced options as well as exploring some of the security features of Windows 8. Specific topics covered include printers, monitors and devices, advanced features, security features included in Windows 8, and managing network connections in Windows 8.

Learning Objectives
  • Manage printers, monitors, and devices
  • Understand how to protect your system from unauthorized access
  • Enable BitLocker on a volume
  • Perform a system scan using Windows Defender
  • Recognize how to maintain your operating system
  • Configure power options for a given scenario
  • Manage network connections using the Network and Sharing and Center
  • Configure and manage a Windows 8 environment
  • Secure a Windows 8 system
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Microsoft Windows 8: End User e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252422
  • Duration:
    6 hours
  • Price:
    $219