Windows 10 Essentials


This course is for people new to the Microsoft® Windows 10 Operating System. Taking this course will help you understand the advantages, navigation, and functionality of Windows 10.

Length: 55 minutes

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Microsoft® Windows 10 combines the best features of Windows 8 with a more traditional navigation structure and layout, plus some new modern benefits.

Take our Microsoft Windows 10 Essentials course to learn more about this brand new version of Windows and how you can use it most effectively, including:

  • Navigating and Customizing the Start Menu
  • Switching between tablet and desktop modes
  • Taking advantage of Cortana, your new virtual assistant
  • Using Edge, Task View, and other new features

Follow along with instructor Chip Reaves as he teaches you the ins and outs of Windows 10, and by the time you are finished, you’ll be an expert at using all the robust features of Microsoft’s latest OS.

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Lesson 01: Introduction

Lesson 02: Getting Around in Windows 10

Lesson 03: Login Options

Lesson 04: Cortana

Lesson 05: Task View

Lesson 06: Edge

Lesson 07: Windows Apps and Store

Lesson 08: Customization

Chip Reaves Instructor Windows 10 Essentials

Chip Reaves is a serial entrepreneur who has started five successful IT companies. An Atlanta native, Chip began fixing computers for small businesses in the 1980’s while studying Computer Science at Georgia Tech. After 10 years building a successful IT Service Practice in Atlanta, Chip founded the Computer Troubleshooters USA franchise system alongside Wilson & Suzanne McOrist, which became the world’s largest computer service franchise and received multiple awards from Entrepreneur Magazine, Franchise Business Review, and

Chip has been interviewed on TV and other major media on topics related to small business technology and entrepreneurship, including ABC News, BusinessWeek TV, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times, and is a member of Jim Blasingame’s “Brain Trust” on In 2010 Chip was listed among the Top 150 most influential people in small business IT by SMB PC magazine.

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