Windows 11 for IT Professionals
Microsoft Windows 11 End User training for IT Professionals - Installing, Post Installation Tasks, Customize Windows 11
What you will learn
This course is aimed at IT pros and help desk professionals who may be tasked with helping users transition from Windows 10 to Windows 11.
Key changes from Windows 10 and important new features of Windows 11.
learn Windows 11 Advance Skills
Windows 11 Admin skills
Microsoft recently launched Windows 11, which reimagines Windows to deliver new experiences that work and learn. The new operating system is poised to improve productivity and security.
This course offers skills to learn more you need to know about Microsoft's latest operating system in a few hours, this enables IT Professions to work faster and more productively. In Windows 11, the newly centered Start button uses the cloud and Microsoft 365 to show recent files, no matter what platform or device they were being viewed on previously, including an Android or iOS device.
A new set of features to Microsoft Windows 11 will be the introduction of Snap Layouts, Snap Groups, and Desktops. These offer a “powerful way to multitask and stay on top of what you need to get done,”. With these Windows 11 features, users can organize windows and optimize screen real estate for a cleaner visual layout. Users can create and customize separate Desktops for each part of their life—like one for work and personal use.
With these Windows 11 features, users can organize windows and optimize screen real estate for a cleaner visual layout. Users can create and customize separate Desktops for each part of their life—like one for work and personal use.
This course focus on Windows 11 Training for the below topics
Installing Microsoft Windows 11 Operating System
Hardware requirements for Windows 11 Operating system
Create a Test Virtual Machine for your practice
Install Windows 11 on a Virtual Machine or Physical device
Post Windows 11 Installation tasks
Windows update feature how to use and advance configuration options
Connecting your Google Android Phone with Windows 11
Joining Windows 11 device to Active Directory Domain
Personalization for Device usage experience
Customizing the Windows 11 Start Menu
Move Windows 11 Start menu from Center to left
Customization options for Windows 11 Interface
Using Windows 11 Snap layouts
Using Snap Groups
Using Multiple desktops / Multiple Workspaces in Windows 11
Windows 11 Search options and advanced configuration
Working with File Explorer Interface and customizing it
Use Windows 11 on Touch devices
Operate Windows 11 on keyboardless devices and enable the Touch keyboard
Configure advance options for Windows 11 on-screen keyboard options and settings
Windows 11 Configure Speech recognization and voice typing
Work with Xbox gaming bar
Work with HDR setting for better performance in Windows 11