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This course is designed for anyone who wants to gain a general understanding of computer hardware and software.

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This course will provide a general understanding of computer hardware and software. (see full course description)

 

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Description
This course teaches student a general understanding of computer hardware and software. Student will learn how to use a computer operating system to perform everyday tasks such as installing software, managing files, changing system settings, etc.

Audience
Students enrolling in this course are not required to have any background knowledge or experience in computers.

Objectives
·  Identify different types of computers
·  Identify hardware components
·  Understand how software works
·  Manipulate and control Windows desktop, file and disks
·  Change system settings and install software

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Outline
    1. Computers All Around Us
      1. Large Systems
      2. Personal Computers
      3. Notebooks or Laptop Computers
      4. Other Personal Computers
      5. Workstations
    2. Looking at Networks
      1. Types of Networks
      2. Features and Benefits
      3. Interacting with Networks
    3. Elements of a Personal Computer
      1. Looking at the System Unit
        1. The Motherboard
        2. The Microprocessor Chip
        3. The Power Supply
        4. Expansion Slots
      2. Understanding Memory Types
        1. Read Only Memory - ROM BIOS
        2. Random Access Memory (RAM)
        3. Cache Memory
      3. Identifying Input/Output (I/O) Devices
        1. Looking at the Monitor
        2. Using Video Cards
        3. Using the Keyboard
        4. Using the Mouse
        5. Looking at Other Input/Output
        6. Devices
      4. What Are Storage Systems?
        1. Working with Floppy Disk Drives
        2. Working with Hard Disk Drives
        3. Using CD-ROM Drives
        4. Using Removable Storage
        5. Identifying Disk Drives
      5. Identifying Ports
        1. Looking at Printers
          1. Dot Matrix Printer
          2. Ink Jet Printer
          3. Bubble Jet Printer
          4. Laser Printer
        2. Increasing the Computer's Performance
          1. Working with Data
        3. Buying a Computer
          1. Looking at Software Applications
            1. Operating Systems
            2. Application Programs
          2. Starting the Computer
            1. Starting the Computer
            2. The Boot Routine
            3. Resetting the Computer
          3. What is Windows?
            1. Windows 3.x
            2. Windows for Workgroups
            3. Windows NT
            4. Windows 95
            5. Windows 98
            6. Windows 2000 Professional
            7. Windows Millennium Edition (ME)
            8. Windows XP (Professional)
            9. Windows XP (Home)
          4. Looking at the Desktop
            1. Navigating Within Windows
            2. Using the Start Button
          5. Looking at a Typical Window
            1. Moving a Window
            2. Sizing a Window
            3. Using Scroll Bars
          6. Exiting Windows
            1. Using Windows Help
              1. Contents
              2. Index and Search
              3. Favorites
              4. Getting Help in a Dialog Box
            2. Running Programs
              1. Working with a Typical Program
              2. Switching Between Programs
              3. Organizing the Windows
              4. Using the Task Manager
            3. Looking at My Computer
              1. Changing the View
            4. Using Windows Explorer
              1. Looking at the Contents Pane
              2. Searching for Files or Folders
            5. Managing Files and Folders
              1. Creating Folders
              2. Selecting Files & Folders
              3. Copying and Moving Files & Folders
              4. Renaming Files & Folders
              5. Viewing File & Folder Properties
              6. Deleting Files & Folders
            6. Working with Shortcuts
              1. Creating Shortcuts
              2. Customizing Shortcuts
              3. Customizing the Start Menu
            7. Using the Recycle Bin
              1. Restoring a File or Folder
              2. Emptying the Recycle Bin
            8. Managing Disks
              1. Formatting Floppy Disks
              2. Error Checking
              3. Defragmenting the Disk
              4. Cleaning Up the Disk
              5. Creating an Emergency
              6. Repair Disk
            9. Using the Control Panel
              1. Customizing the Desktop Display
              2. Changing the Date & Time
              3. Customizing the Mouse
              4. Working with Fonts
            10. Adding/Removing Programs
              1. Installing a New Program
              2. Uninstalling a Program

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