Windows Client: Preparing to Install Windows 10

Windows 10    |    Intermediate
  • 13 Videos | 1h 28m 57s
  • Includes Assessment
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Windows 10 was introduced in 2014 and has become a ubiquitous operating system for personal users and businesses alike. With a broad set of features that leverage usability and connectivity, Windows 10 is as easy to use as it is powerful. Learn about preparing to install the Windows 10 client, beginning with a review of Windows 10 and its editions. You'll consider how to choose an edition and look at a basic rundown of the Windows 10 interface, hardware requirements, and feature-specific requirements. Explore feature changes over previous Windows editions and an overview of Windows update channels. Finally, you'll discover how to prepare for a Windows 10 installation. This course is part of a series preparing learners for the MD-100: Windows Client exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    provide an overview of Windows 10 and its basic features, including key differences from previous Windows versions
    outline the various Windows 10 editions, including Windows 10 for Home use, Windows 10 Pro, and Windows business editions
    recognize the role of Windows 10 client management in a networked environment, including tools and activities
    outline Windows 10 client management using Windows Server, including Group Policy, Active Directory (AD) roles and services, and Windows Server Manager
    compare and contrast Windows editions and features that will help you determine which edition to select
    recognize basic features of the Windows 10 interface, including the Start Menu, Cortana, taskbar, system tray, tablet mode, and keyboard navigation features
  • list minimal and recommended hardware requirements for installing Windows 10
    list feature-specific requirements for installing Windows 10
    identify changes to features in Windows 10 compared to previous Windows versions
    outline the purpose and features of Windows updates, including Microsoft's semi-annual update schedule
    outline how to prepare a system for a Windows 10 installation
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    54s
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    2. 
    Introduction to Windows 10
    8m 19s
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    3. 
    Windows 10 Editions
    6m 55s
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    4. 
    Managing Windows 10 Clients in an Enterprise
    12m 4s
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    5. 
    The Role of Windows Server
    12m
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    6. 
    Choosing a Windows 10 Edition
    6m 28s
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    Working in the Windows 10 Interface
    9m 50s
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    8. 
    Windows 10 Hardware Requirements
    3m 48s
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    Windows 10 Feature-specific Requirements
    6m 3s
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    Feature Changes Over Previous Windows Versions
    5m 45s
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    11. 
    Understanding Windows Updates
    7m 41s
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    Preparing to Install Windows 10
    8m 23s
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    13. 
    Course Summary
    47s

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