Windows 10 Inside Out, 4th Edition

Windows 10 Inside Out, 4th Edition

Windows 10 Inside Out, 4th Edition
epub | 51.16 MB | English | Isbn:B0863TKQ2Z |
Author: Craig Stinson, Ed Bott | PAge: 107 | Year: 2020


Description:

Conquer todays Windows 10from the inside out!
Dive into Windows 10and really put your Windows expertise to work. Focusing on the newest, most powerful, and most innovative features in Windows 10, this supremely organized reference is packed with hundreds of time-saving solutions, up-to-date tips, and workarounds. From the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser to improved security and Windows Sandbox virtualization, youll discover how experts tackle todays essential tasks. Adapt to faster change in todays era of Windows as a service, as you challenge yourself to new levels of mastery.
Install, configure, and personalize the latest versions of Windows 10
Manage Windows reliability and security in any environment
Keep Windows safe and current by taking charge of Windows Update
Maximize your productivity with a growing library of built-in apps
Customize the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser and its advanced privacy features
Streamline and automate day-to-day business tasks with Cortana
Secure devices, data, and identities, and block malware and intruders
Safeguard your business with Windows Hello biometrics and Azure AD
Use Windows Sandbox virtualization to test programs and sites without risking your systems security
Store, sync, and share content with OneDrive and OneDrive for Business
Collaborate more efficiently with Windows 10 Mail, Calendar, Skype, and other default apps
Seamlessly manage both physical and virtual storage
Deploy and manage Windows 10 devices more efficiently in any organization
Optimize performance and battery life and troubleshoot crashes
For experienced Windows users and IT professionals
Your role: Experienced intermediate to- advanced-level Windows user, IT professional, or consultant
Prerequisites: Basic understanding of Windows procedures, techniques, and navigation

Category:Windows Servers, Computer Operating Systems Theory, Microsoft Programming

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