MTA Windows Operating System Fundamentals

Windows Operating System Fundamentals Course

Windows Operating System Fundamentals Certificaition

Suitable for candidates intending to build a career in desktop infrastructure.

This course and certification training is built around the latest Microsoft Operating System, Windows 10.  It provides the fundamental knowledge and understanding operating system configuration, installing and upgrading client operating systems, managing applications and devices, files and folders in Windows 10. Maintenance of Windows 10 operating system is also covered.

  • Training: get practical technical skills
  • More hands-on: trial software included
  • Receive a certificate of course attendance
  • Small class size: increased instructor interaction
  • Expert trainers: imparting real world experience

Basic Windows operating system knowledge

Candidates can achieve this certification by passing following exam(s).

  • 98-349 – Windows Operating System Fundamentals

The certification exam is not included

Windows Operating System Fundamentals
Image of the book Microsoft Windows Operating System Essentials, this is included with the training course at Logitrain

(Course material provided is shown above)

  • Understanding operating system configurations
  • Installing and upgrading client systems
  • Managing applications
  • Managing files and folders
  • Managing devices
  • Understanding operating system maintenance
  • University students
  • Helpdesk operators
  • Candidates entering IT job market
  • First-level network support staff
  • Systems administrator
  • Individuals seeking MTA certification
  • Configure administrative tools, configure accessibility options, configure power settings, configure File Explorer settings
  • Configure profiles, display settings, and shortcuts; configure and customize Start Menu; configure Task Bar settings; configure toolbars; configure notifications
  • Configure Microsoft Edge, configure Cortana, configure Hyper-V, configure settings using MSCONFIG, configure processes and applications using Task Manager, configure computer management
  • Configure Sync Center, Windows Mobility Center, and Remote Desktop
    Configure MMC, configure the Windows PowerShell console and Windows PowerShell ISE
  • Identify hardware and compatibility requirements, determine appropriate editions per device type
  • Identify upgrade paths from previous Windows versions, identify application compatibility
  • Perform a clean install, upgrade via Windows Update, migrate from previous Windows versions, perform removable media installation, perform network installation
  • Understand kernel mode; understand user mode; understand memory, IRQs, drivers, CPUs, and UI; understand 32-bit versus 64-bit architecture
  • Understand local versus network applications, configure desktop applications, configure app startup options, configure Windows features, configure Windows SmartScreen, configure application removal
  • Understand standard user versus administrative user, understand types of UAC prompts and levels
  • Configure Windows Defender and the Malicious Software Removal tool
  • Understand service start-up types, service accounts, and service dependencies
  • Understand FAT32, NTFS, and ReFS
  • Understand file and print sharing
  • Configure File System permissions, configure Share Permissions, configure HomeGroup settings, configure print drivers, configure effective permissions, create shares, create mapped drives
  • Understand BitLocker and Encrypting File Systems (EFS)
  • Understand offline files, configure libraries, add multiple local locations to a library, add networked locations
  • Connect, enable, and disable plug-and-play and Bluetooth devices; connect and disconnect printers; install third-party software for devices; install device drivers
  • Understand disk types, security (encryption), storage device types (eSATA, USB, IEEE 1394, iSCSI, InfiniBand), and storage drive types (basic, primary, extended, logical, dynamic disk, VHDs); configure OneDrive use; optimize drives
  • Understand local printers, network printers, print queues, print-to-file, and Internet printing
  • Understand video, audio, and infrared input devices; understand Device Manager
  • Configure System Restore; configure a recovery drive; configure recovery boot options, such as Last Known Good, and various Safe Mode options; recover files from OneDrive
  • Understand Disk Defragmenter, Disk Cleanup, Task Scheduler, and System Information
  • Configure Windows Update options; implement Insider Preview, Current Branch, and Current Branch for Business scenarios; manage update history; roll back updates
What is included with the Windows Operating System Fundamentals Course?

Certificate of Attendance

Get a Certificate of Attendance to prove your commitment to learning

Includes Practical Exercises

Course includes practical exercises to give you hands-on skills and confidence

Includes Books & Meals

Course material in hardcopy included for you to keep. Full-time courses include meals

Includes Mock & Test Questions

Mock tests included in full-time courses for 3 months from course completion

Instructor-led Training

Attend the course with an instructor at our training center or from anywhere

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