Fundamentals of Microsoft
Windows
®
XP

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About this Course

This course is intended for serious computer hobbyists, IT students, and IT professionals.

The free online textbook for this course is Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft® Windows® XP in 24 Hours. Read the Introduction to the book.

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Study Aids

Glossary of Terms

Differences Between the Windows Home and Professional Edition

Lesson 18. Giving Windows XP a Tune-Up

In this lesson, you will

  • Learn how Windows XP informs you of system updates
  • Learn how you can delay the update's installation process
  • Learn when Windows downloads update files from the Internet
  • Transfer your data files and customized settings to a new PC that you buy
  • Print a listing of your computer's hardware and software settings

Reading Assignments

Read the following sections from your free online textbook:

offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) How the Updates Work
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Updating Windows Yourself
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Transferring Settings from One Computer to Another
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Learning Activities

  1. Use this search box to refine and expand your understanding of new terms and concepts in the reading assignments.

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  2. offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Test your understanding with the Q&A.
  3. offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Visit the online Workshop.
    Return here after completing your Workshop session.
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User Accountability

If you are part of a class that is using this free online course, your instructor might suggest that you submit the user accountability form when you have completed your work.

 


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