Course Content
Introduction to Computers
Understanding the components and architecture of a computer system, input and output devices, storage devices, and computer networks.
Operating Systems
Learning about different operating systems, with a specific emphasis on Microsoft Windows 10, including file management, system configuration, and troubleshooting.
Software Applications
Exploring popular software applications used in day-to-day computer operations, with a focus on Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and their practical use in creating documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Computer Networking: Understanding the basics of computer networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network protocols, and network security.
Internet and Web Technologies
Introduction to the internet, web browsers, email systems, and web-based applications. Exploring web development concepts such as HTML, CSS, and basic website design.
Computer Security and Privacy
Learning about the importance of computer security, including threats, vulnerabilities, and protective measures to safeguard data and systems.
Windows 10 Overview
Understanding the key features, functionalities, and user interface of Windows 10.
Installation and Configuration
Learning how to install and configure Windows 10 on different hardware platforms, including disk partitioning, device drivers, and system settings.
File Management
Exploring file organization, navigation, and manipulation techniques in Windows 10, including creating, copying, moving, and deleting files and folders.
System Maintenance
Understanding the tools and techniques for system maintenance, including disk cleanup, disk defragmentation, system updates, and troubleshooting common issues.
User Accounts and Security
Managing user accounts, permissions, and security settings in Windows 10 to ensure data protection and system integrity.
Networking and Internet Connectivity
Configuring and managing network connections, sharing resources, and troubleshooting network-related issues in Windows 10.
Windows 10 Applications
Exploring and utilizing built-in applications and utilities in Windows 10, such as Microsoft Edge, Windows Store, and Windows Security.
Microsoft Word
Learning how to create, format, and edit documents, apply styles and templates, insert tables and graphics, and utilize advanced features like mail merge and collaboration tools.
Microsoft Excel
Mastering spreadsheet creation, data entry and manipulation, formula and function usage, data analysis and visualization using charts and graphs, and advanced features like PivotTables and macros.
Microsoft PowerPoint
Developing skills in creating dynamic and visually appealing presentations, using slide layouts, formatting options, multimedia integration, animations, and slide transitions to effectively convey information.
Microsoft Outlook
Exploring email management, calendar scheduling, task management, contact organization, and utilizing advanced features like rules, filters, and automation for efficient communication and productivity.
Microsoft Access
Understanding the basics of database management, including creating tables, forms, queries, and reports, and utilizing data manipulation and analysis tools within Access.
Interview Tips
Preparing for a computer application job interview can be crucial to securing the position you desire. Here are some tips to help you succeed:
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About Lesson

These are just a few highlights of Windows 11. With its focus on productivity, improved user experience, and integration of modern technologies, Windows 11 aims to enhance the way users interact with their devices and streamline their digital workflows.

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