Computers 201

Course Description

Computers 201 — Learning About Windows 10

Let us show you how to personalize your computer by learning how and why the new features work in Windows 10. Organizing the Start Screen, manipulating applications, using the Control Panel, and navigating the file system are just a few of its capabilities. you will learn. This class is for the student who is familiar with computers but wants to expand their Windows 10 knowledge or is upgrading from a previous version of the Windows operating system.

Sessions: 8 three-hour weekly class periods for a total of 24 hours

Course Requirements

Text: Teach Yourself Visually, Microsoft Windows 3rd Edition by Paul McFedries Amazon

Prerequisites: Computers 101 and Computers 102 or equivalent experience


  • Chapter 1: Getting Started with Windows
  • Chapter 2: Customizing Windows
  • Chapter 3: Surfing the Web
  • Chapter 4: Sending and Receiving Emails
  • Chapter 5: Getting Social with Windows
  • Chapter 6: Performing Day-to-Day Tasks with Apps
  • Chapter 7: Working with Images
  • Chapter 8: Working with Multimedia
  • Chapter 9: Editing Documents
  • Chapter 10: Working with Files
  • Chapter 11: Sharing your Computer
  • Chapter 13: Implementing Security
  • Chapter 14: Maintaining Windows

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