Mobile devices are becoming increasingly popular. As a result, many business professionals find themselves regularly performing a greater number of work-related tasks, from a variety of devices. You may find yourself included in this group of multiple-device users. But, you still perform a majority, or at least a large part, of your work from a desktop or a laptop computer.
With the release of Microsoft Windows 10, Microsoft has made strides in bridging the gap between your laptop or desktop PC and a variety of mobile devices. Developing an understanding of how to accomplish your day-to-day work tasks in this new environment will push you one step closer to being able to comfortably work from a number of platforms, and a number of devices, nearly anywhere you go. Once you've gained a foundational understanding of how to operate within the Windows 10 environment from your PC, you'll be able to take full advantage of the many sharing, storing, and multi-platform benefits inherent in the Windows 10 operating system.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Windows class:
No cancelation for low enrollment
GSA schedule pricing
Students who have taken Live Online Training
Organizations who trust Webucator for their training needs
Satisfaction guarantee and retake option
Students rated our Microsoft Windows 10: Transition from Windows 7 trainers 8.52 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
The instructor was well versed in the subject matter and made the learning process an enjoyable experience. In addition to being knowledgeable, the instructor was always considerate and flexible in how we tackled each day of instruction.
David Francoeur, AFSC
Loved the hands on training and ability to ask questions.
Tammy Ellis, Wheeler Mission Ministries
Absolutely Wonderful! Easy, fun, informative. I will surely take more classes.
Kelly Henry, Schlumberger
Excellent course for learning how to use Excel 2010.
Lynn Scheffner, Dept of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General
Kansas City MO