Introduction to Windows 8

Introduction to Windows 8

Butler Community College

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Instructor-Led Course
Hours: 24
Duration of Access: 6 weeks
Start Dates: Sep 17, Oct 15, Nov 12, Dec 10
1,704 Students
have taken this course.

About This Course

Welcome to the world of Microsoft Windows 8!  It's a robust, powerful operating system that gives you an efficient way to manage all the apps, programs, files, and folders you use regularly. In this course, you'll learn the basics so you can make the most of this operating system for both work and fun. 

You'll start by exploring how to move around within Windows 8 with the new Start screen, Charms bar, and desktop.  You'll find out how to manage apps and programs on the Start screen and how to customize the Start screen and desktop areas.

Finding files and folders on your Windows 8 system is easy, and you'll learn how, whether you're looking for files stored on your hard drive or on an external drive. You'll also see how to create basic text documents using WordPad and discover how to organize, manage, and edit photos in Windows 8.  Finally, you'll gain an understanding of how to protect your files, update Windows 8, and access the Internet with Windows 8's new Internet Explorer browser.

By the time you finish this course, you'll be ready to have more fun with Windows 8 and be more productive in your work.

Course Revised January 2014

About The Instructor

Curt Simmons

Curt Simmons, M.Ed, MCSE, MCSA, CTT, is a best-selling author, technical trainer, and multi-media expert. Curt has written more than 50 computing and technology books on a variety of topics, including How To Do Everything with Windows Vista, How to Do Everything with Windows XP, Mac OS X Headaches, and iPhoto For Dummies. Curt's multi-media expertise provides a focus on digital photography and other Internet-related technologies. He is both a classroom and online instructor, and has developed custom courseware for major U.S. companies.

Review

Thank you for teaching this course. Excellent job! It was very well organized and detailed. I have learned a lot, enough to know how to get around Windows 8.

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