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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Mar 22, 2007
Duration
2h 47m
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Description

Part 1 of 4 in the Windows Vista (70-620) series is designed to teach you the tools and features in Windows Vista. You'll learn about the User Access Control, and all the other intricacies of this operating system. This course caters to both aspiring and current IT professional who want an in-depth look at Windows Vista.

Course FAQ
Course FAQ
What is Windows Vista?

Windows Vista is an operating system that is produced by Microsoft as a member of the Windows NT family of operating systems for use on personal computers.

What are the benefits of Windows Vista?

Some benefits of Windows Vista are: improved graphical user interface, surf the net without having to worry about security, easy to use parental controls, improved search, and global date and time options.

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who wants to learn about Windows Vista.

What will I learn in this Windows Vista tutorial?

In this first of four part Windows Vista series you will learn how to install and get your Windows Vista software properly setup for use.

Are there any prerequisites for this Windows Vista tutorial?

There are no prerequisites for this course.

About the author
About the author

Scott's passion for technology and education started after he attended a network engineering program and passed his first certification test to become a Novell CNA. From here, Scott went on to teach at several technical computer schools where he realized that the IT training industry was flawed, not giving students their best chance for success. With a strong belief in his ability to develop better training with methodology-based learning for real world skills, TrainSignal was born in 2002. TrainSignal grew to over 50 employees before being acquired by Pluralsight in 2013.

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