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MTA Windows Operating System Fundamentals (Exam 98-349) Online Course (12 months Access)

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The following course, offered by Career vision, will help you improve your skills and achieve your professional goals. During the program you will study different subjects which are deemed to be useful for those who want to enhance their professional career. Sign up for more information!

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Operating System


Microsoft MTA Windows Operating System Fundamentals is designed to provide students with an explanation and understanding of Microsoft's Windows operating system. This course helps prepare students to pass the Microsoft Exam 98-349, Microsoft Technology Associate: Windows Operating System Fundamentals. MTA is a new entry-level credential from Microsoft that validates the foundational knowledge needed to take the first step toward building a successful career in technology.

  • 12 Hours of Training on 4 CDs
  • Understand operating system configurations and maintenance
  • Learn to install and upgrade client systems
  • Learn to manage applications, files and folders, and devices


What is Microsoft Technical Associate?
The Microsoft Technology Associate is a new, entry-level certification designed to help individuals take the first step toward a career as an IT professional or developer.

How does the MTA Certification fit into the overall Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) program?
There are millions of people in the world who would like to pursue a career in technology, but lack the foundational knowledge necessary to pursue one of the Technology Specialist (MCTS) or Professional certifications (MCITP). The MTA certification creates a new entry point for these people to help them jumpstart their career aspirations.

The recommended pre-requisites for MCITP is 2 years experience, for MCTS it is 1 years experience before starting preparing for the certifications, with MTA there are no pre-requisites, they are entry level qualifications.

What technologies are covered in MTA Certification exams?
Each MTA Certification exam will cover a broad technology area, including:
• Software Development Fundamentals
• Web Development fundamentals
• Windows Development Fundamentals
• Database Fundamentals
• System Administrator Fundamentals
• Networking Fundamentals
• Security Fundamentals

How many exams do candidates need to pass to earn an MTA Certification?
In order to earn an MTA Certification, candidates only need to pass one exam. 1 Exam = 1 Certification.

What do candidates get when they earn an MTA Certification?
Earning the MTA Certification can help students stand out with job applications. This certification proves commitment and knowledge of fundamental technology concepts. Having a validated certification from a reputable organization like Microsoft is a great way to launch a successful career!

Earning a MTA Certification can be the first step towards becoming a Microsoft Technology Specialist (MCTS).

Can I purchase this course for multiple users?
We can supply all our courses for either Single User on CD or Online or Multiple Users via CD or Online, and we have corporate and education portal solutions for multiple users - call 0121 2482400 to find out more.

  • Windows Operating System
  • Microsoft Certification Paths
  • Knowledge Domains
  • Exam Prerequisites
  • Taking the Exam
  • Exam Preparation Tips
  • DOS, the Precursor
  • DOS Screens
  • Windows 3.1
  • Windows 95
  • Windows NT
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Evolution
  • Basic OS Architecture
  • Rings in Windows
  • Identifying Windows Interfaces
  • Desktop/Taskbar
  • GUI Overview
  • Command Prompt
  • PowerShell
  • Exploring OS Editions
  • Edition Upgrades
  • OS Requirements
  • Determining Requirements
  • PC Upgrade Advisor
  • Upgrade Paths
  • Application Compatibility Topics
  • Planning for Upgrades
  • Installation Types
  • Product Identification Keys
  • Virtualization
  • Virtualization Types
  • Configuring Start Menu
  • Customizing Start Menu
  • Adding Administrative Tools
  • Configuring Taskbar
  • Notification Area
  • User Profiles
  • Gadgets
  • Changing Display Settings
  • Aero
  • Notepad
  • WordPad
  • Calculator
  • Internet Explorer
  • Gallery
  • Snipping
  • Media Center and Player
  • Msconfig General Settings
  • Boot Config
  • Services Tab
  • Blue Screen of Death
  • Tools Tab
  • System Information App
  • Applets
  • Control Panel Categories
  • Control Panel Views
  • Super Control Panel
  • Control Applets
  • Ease of Access Center
  • Default Programs Applet
  • Powercfg Command Line Tool
  • Sync Center
  • Windows Mobility Center
  • Enabling Remote Desktop
  • Using Remote Assistance
  • The MMC
  • New Taskpad View
  • PowerShell
  • Using Localized Applications
  • 32-Bit and 64-Bit
  • Networked Applications
  • Installation Information
  • Group Policy App Deployment
  • Configuring Applications
  • Deleting Applications
  • Using MED-V
  • VDI
  • Services
  • Security
  • Viruses and Worms
  • Trojans and Backdoors
  • Phishing Attacks
  • Avoiding Phishing Attacks
  • Planning for Malware Protection
  • Microsoft Protection Methods
  • Windows Defender
  • Installing
  • Configuring MSE
  • Action Center
  • Configuring User Account Control
  • Common File System Features
  • Windows File Systems
  • Comparing File Systems
  • New NTFS Features
  • Encryption
  • Compression
  • Library Features
  • Creating a Library
  • Adding Folders
  • Customizing Libraries
  • Network Hardware
  • TCP/IP
  • Name Resolution
  • Windows Workgroups
  • Windows Homegroups
  • Windows Domains
  • Network Share Types
  • Share Permissions
  • Public Shares
  • Create and Share Folders
  • Basic Shares
  • Advanced Shares
  • Map Drive to Shared Location
  • Installing Printers
  • Sharing Printers
  • Permissions
  • MS XPS Document Writer
  • Device Drivers
  • Locating Device Drivers
  • Installing Drivers
  • Custom Device Software
  • Device Driver Manager
  • Plug and Play
  • Initial Device Installation
  • Types of Storage
  • Selecting Hard Drives
  • Hard Disk Standards
  • FAT vs. NTFS
  • Networked Storage
  • DFS for File Distribution
  • DFS for File Aggregation
  • RAID Levels
  • Basic and Dynamic Disks
  • Create a VHD File
  • Cloud Storage
  • Troubleshooting Methodologies
  • REACT Details
  • Research Example
  • Engage
  • Adjust
  • Configure and Take Note
  • The OSI Model
  • ITIL Publications
  • Disk Defragmenter
  • Command Line Defrag
  • Disk Cleanup
  • Scheduling Tasks
  • Event Viewer
  • Task Manager
  • Information Management
  • Backup Methods
  • Backup Tools
  • Backup Target Options
  • Backup and Restore Limitations
  • Backup Planning Process
  • Testing Recovery Processes
  • System Image
  • Configure System Restore
  • Restore Points
  • Advanced Boot Options
  • Windows Update
  • Microsoft Update Life Cycle
  • Patch Management Options
  • WSUS Implementation
  • Microsoft Update