Students will be able to navigate Windows 11, recognizing new features as well as using existing features.
- Windows 11 operating system is recommended.
Windows 11 is more evolutionary than revolutionary – if you’ve used Windows 10, look for refined user friendly elements.
Windows 10 introduced many new tools, but Windows 11 hasn’t added many new ones. Instead, its claim to fame is the refinement of those tools.
What is new in Windows 11? It includes a new Taskbar Corner and Notification area, better ways of organizing your desktops, and an updated File Explorer. This quick course guides you through both new and existing features so you can adapt to the changes and create new ways of working more productively in Windows.
Brain Bites micro-learning courses are information-rich and convey important topics with an engaging mix of video and animation. With 5-minute video lessons and 30-minute-or-less courses, Brain Bites are the perfect tool to educate today’s busy workforce.
Topics covered include:
- Understanding the basics of Windows 11, including versions and user account types
- Navigating Windows 11, including the desktop, Start Menu, Task Bar, and Action Center
- Managing your files with the File Explorer and the Quick Access option
- Using Snap, Task View, and Virtual Desktops to organize your windows
- Customizing Windows 11 for your personal workflow
About Brain Bites mini-courses: Brain Bites courses are designed to be fast-paced, information-rich courses which use a combination of video and animation to convey important business topics quickly and effectively, in five-minute micro-learning lessons.
Written by highly experienced subject matter experts and presented in a two-person video-based style, Brain Bites courses are the perfect way to educate today’s busy workforce.
Who this course is for:
- Windows 10 users who are transitioning to Windows 11.