MD-100: Windows Client Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 16m
  • 16 questions
The MD-100: Windows Client Literacy (Beginner Level) benchmark measures your working understanding of basic Windows administration concepts and tools. A learner who scores high on this benchmark can discuss basic Windows 10 administration concepts and actively participate and contribute to informed conversations on the subject.

Topics covered

  • configure a network connection in Windows 10
  • describe how to configure Windows 10 and 11 interface settings using Personalization and Display settings
  • describe Windows servicing channels and tools that can be used to facilitate update management
  • identify Windows 10 security features and considerations
  • install a basic and clean version of Windows 10
  • list various methods for installing Windows 10
  • outline how to prepare for the deployment of Windows 10
  • outline the purpose of device drivers in Windows 10
  • outline the purpose of Windows Defender Antivirus in Windows 10
  • outline the purpose of Windows Services, and how to view and modify services
  • outline the various Windows 10 editions, including Windows 10 for Home use, Windows 10 Pro, and Windows business editions
  • outline the Windows servicing model and its purpose
  • outline Windows 10 client management using Windows Server, including Group Policy, Active Directory (AD) roles and services, and Windows Server Manager
  • outline Windows services, their purpose, and how to view services and modify the way they run
  • recognize the role of Windows 10 client management in a networked environment, including tools and activities
  • use Windows Device Manager and identify the various elements of a working Windows system