Sunday, April 28, 2013

Personal Computer Fundamentals Training

Total Training – Personal Computer Fundamentals Training
English | Audio: wmav2, 44100 Hz, stereo, 48 kb/s
WMV | Video: vc1, yuv420p, 960×540, 282 kb/s, 30.00 fps(r) | 943 MB
Genre: Video Training Computers are part of our everyday world. Those who have never used a one can be intimidated. Those who use one every day have often not been provided basic instructions – its assumed they know.
In this course, we take away the fear and mystery of the PC. We introduce the parts, terminology and basic skills everyone needs to know to be comfortable using a computer in a visual, easy-to-understand way. Want to know what the Windows operating system actually does or why you should care about RAM? How about what actually happens when you log on? With Total Training, youll master the fundamentals of the PC so you can enjoy and benefit from it without frustration or fear. Course outline on next page.
 Learn about hardware, software and operating systems and how do they interact with each other
 Discover the concepts of logging on and off a computer, network and/or the Internet Explore how to access programs and how to create and manage files and folders
  Learn how to work with Windows and windows including basic configuration of user accounts and settings
Chapter 1: PC COMPONENTS (48 min)
1. What This Course Covers & PC Overview
2. The Basic PC System Parts
3. Computer Memory
4. Buttons & Lights & Ports, Oh My!
5. The Boot Process
Chapter 2: THE MOUSE (32 min)
1. Mouse Basics
2. Moving the Cursor
3. Mouse Techniques
4. Adjusting Mouse Settings
Chapter 3: THE KEYBOARD (32 min)
1. Keyboard Basics
2. Keyboard Parts
3. Applying Keyboard Techniques
4. Adjusting Keyboard Settings
Chapter 4: OPERATING SYSTEMS (36 min)
1. What Operating Systems Do
2. The WindowsA?® Desktop
3. The Start Menu & Task Bar
4. Configuring Basic Desktop Settings
Chapter 5: WINDOW BASICS (51 min)
1. Minimizing, Maximizing & Menus
2. Resizing Windows & Using Scroll Bars
3. Toolbars, Tabs, Flyouts & Dialog Boxes
4. Understanding Multitasking
5. How to Multitask