Windows 2000 Professional: Getting Started
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To introduce Windows 2000 Professional and demonstrate basic end-user tasks such as logging on, exploring, installing applications, and customization
Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-221; first-time computer users; first-time users of Windows operating systems; students with a basic knowledge of other Windows products seeking an introduction to Windows 2000
Windows 2000 Professional: Getting Startedlist the characteristics of an operating system and place Windows 2000 Professional in the context of the Microsoft Windows product family.log on to a network and shut down your computer safely in Windows 2000 Professional.launch programs, run more than one program at the same time, and switch between programs in Windows 2000 Professional.use Windows Explorer and the My Computer window to navigate folders and files in Windows 2000 Professional.use Windows Explorer to view folders and files in Windows 2000 Professional.explore a network using My Network Places and create new network places in Windows 2000.add a new network place in Windows 2000 Professional.search for files and folders in Windows 2000 Professional.use the Search feature to find a file in Windows 2000 Professional.search for printers, Internet resources, computers, and people in Windows 2000 Professional.install and remove programs in Windows 2000 Professional.install a program to run from your computer in Windows 2000 Professional.access and use the Windows 2000 Professional online Help system.use and customize the Start menu in Windows 2000 Professional.remove a program from the Start menu and clear the record of recently used documents in Windows 2000 Professional.customize the taskbar and desktop in Windows 2000 Professional.use Control Panel and configure the display properties in Windows 2000 Professional.create a user account in Windows 2000 Professional.