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Why Windows 10 User Training is Important

Friday, March 31, 2017 0:09
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Since its free release in July 2015, Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system has proven to be a highly versatile, easy to use, supportive, and safe system for both personal and professional users. While it has been in operation for 18 months already, it is still worth gaining Windows 10 training from Koenig Solutions for anyone who works regularly with the software and wants to ensure they are getting the most out of it to aid their profession.

Why Seek Training?

Tech Target says that it is essential for both IT professionals and PC users to take a Windows 10 course as being unfamiliar with the software or getting to know it results in a lot of mistakes and hold ups to daily work operations. This results in more calls to the IT helpdesk, keeping them from their regular duties, and slower delivery times for all staff members. Knowing these skills right out of the gate cuts down on these interruptions and keep productivity at regular levels.

There are online tutorials available and you can pick it up yourself given enough time and patience. But to really get the most out of it and prevent any frustrations from getting to know new upgrades, an intensive course from a qualified instructor is a much more preferable option.

Employment Opportunities

For IT professionals, certified training in Windows 10 should be an integral part of the resume in order to keep skills up to date and ensure employability. Software may evolve and change rapidly, but Tech Recipes says that with projected increases in the number of Windows 10 users, experts in the software will quickly become majorly in demand.

PCMag says that the system has been designed to be simple to use and quick for the lay user to pick up, a big difference from controversial previous versions. But this does still mean a big difference and a big leap from one version to another, and not all PC users will be able to pick up on it as quickly as others. There is the new Cortana search bar, for example, the revamped Start menu, and upgraded security features. There is also a greater need to integrate with other pieces of software such as Skype for video conferencing. These are all essential reasons why IT staff need to be well trained in the software, or encourage their colleagues to seek training themselves.

What Does the Course Cover?


The course itself covers the following criteria:

  • Using Windows 10 in an enterprise environment

  • Secure data access

  • Remote access

  • Workplace Join

  • Installation

  • Setting up user profiles

If any of those words or phrases are unclear to you then don’t worry, they are all explained on the course!

Whether you are new to Windows 10 or just need an upgrade on your own skills, training and certification is essential whether you work in the IT department or not. The investment will help to make your daily work operations easier, prepare you for future upgrades, and improve your employment prospects.


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  • You are full of shit and windows ten has gone backwards and many of the things you could do by right clicking like “Forget connection” have now been moved over to metro pages and it take four mouse clicks to do what once took one click.

    Go away with your adverts because my offical qualifications in IT and windows are far above your tripe written here and that includes MCSD and i now warn people to jump ship because the bloated spyware called windows is sinking

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