System Reliability and the Desktop in Windows XP Professional

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To demonstrate how to monitor and improve system performance and how to configure desktop settings in Windows XP Professional

Target Audience

Students preparing for the Microsoft Exam 70-270; Installing, configuring and administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Prerequisites

Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 98/95, or Windows NT Workstation 4 from administrative, support, and architectural perspectives

Expected Duration

275 min.

Course Objectives

System Reliability and the Desktop in Windows XP Professional

  • determine system information and understand the four subcategories of the system information folder.
  • use the task manager to monitor performance.
  • to discuss monitoring processes and process measures.
  • discuss networking options in Task Manager and to monitor statistics for network connections.
  • use maintenance tools to improve performance.
  • configure processor scheduling and memory usage.
  • monitor event logs, locate events, and configure the event log.
  • archive an event log, clear all events in an event log, and limit the size of log files.
  • manage applications by using Windows Installer packages.
  • configure desktop settings.
  • configure and manage accessibility services in Windows XP Professional.
  • configure and manage accessibility services in Windows XP Professional.
  • configure and manage user profiles.
  • configure language support in Windows XP Professional.
  • configure language support in Windows XP Professional.
  • configure language support.
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