Windows 10 is nearly ubiquitous in consumer/business environments. Gain the Windows 10 management skills you need now to support your users and attain the Microsoft Certified Associate (MTA) Windows Operating Systems Fundamentals certification.
Microsoft Windows 10 introduces dozens of new features--how can you make sense of them all? In Microsoft Operating System Fundamentals, you will gain mastery over all Windows 10 editions and at the same time prepare to pass the associated Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Exam 98-349, Windows Operating System Fundamentals. This course first covers Windows 10 installation, configuration, maintenance, and troubleshooting in an easy-to-understand format. You will then place Windows 10 in its historical context, comparing and contrasting features and capabilities with preview Windows Client versions. By the end of this course you will be fully prepared for the Windows Operating System Fundamentals certification exam, and you will have the skills and confidence required to support Windows 10 in a business or consumer environment.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Tim Warner, and welcome to my course, Microsoft Operating System Fundamentals. I'm a Microsoft MVP, Microsoft Azure Cloud Solutions architect, and a Pluralsight staff author. Windows 10 is the latest edition of the Windows client operating system family. It both resembles earlier Windows versions, as well as takes monumental steps forward in terms of usability, performance, and security. In this course, we'll understand all aspects of the Windows 10 operating system, including installation, configuration, management, and troubleshooting. Because I've worked professionally with Microsoft Windows since version 1, I can provide you with valuable historical perspective as well. This course is designed to serve two purposes. You can use its content to prepare for the Microsoft Technology Associate certification and operating fundamentals. You can also use it to ramp up your Windows 10 support skills dramatically. Some of the major topics we'll cover include installing Windows 10, managing applications, folders, and files, configuring data backup, including file history and Microsoft 1 drive, administering user accounts, including Microsoft and Azure Active Directory accounts, and troubleshooting Windows 10 from both hardware and software perspectives. By the end of this course, you'll be able to install, upgrade, configure, and troubleshoot any Windows 10 edition. You'll also have the skills you need to support Windows 10 end users and most business or consumer contexts. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with basic Windows operating system concepts and administration tasks. From here, you should feel comfortable diving further into Windows 10 administration with courses on Windows 10 deployment, Windows 10 troubleshooting, Windows Server 2016 domain networking, and mobile device management with Microsoft system center and/or Microsoft Azure. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Windows 10 administration with the Microsoft Operating Systems Fundamentals course at Pluralsight.