Microsoft Windows 10: Implementing Windows

IT professionals who support or configure Windows 10 devices, users, or associated network and security resources


Expected Duration
57 minutes

When you’re starting to use a new operating system, it’s important to make sure that you have it properly installed to give you a solid foundation on which to build. This course covers preparing your computer for installation, deciding which elements to install, and takes you through the actual installation process. This course is one in a series of courses for the Installing and Configuring Windows 10 learning path.


Preparing for Installation

  • start the course
  • determine hardware requirements and compatibility, and choose the correct install type and edition to install
  • determine and create appropriate installation media

Install Windows

  • perform a clean installation or an upgrade onto a physical hard disk drive
  • perform a new installation directly onto a virtual hard disk or bootable USB

Configure Devices and Device Drivers

  • install, update, and roll back drivers
  • configure driver settings and resolve driver issues

Post-installation Configuration

  • configure and customize the start menu, desktop, taskbar, and accessibility options
  • configure Cortana, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer
  • configure Hyper-V settings

Implement Windows in an Enterprise

  • perform provisioning with the Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer tool
  • configure Active Directory, Group Policies, and User Account Control

Practice: Implementing Windows

  • implement a Windows installation





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