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Computer Basics.

Computer Basics

Knowing how to use computers is important in everyday life. Whether applying for jobs online, reading the news, banking and paying bills, searching for information, or communicating with others, digital literacy is increasingly part of basic literacy.


It is designed for Students, Working Professionals, Executives, School children, Parents and Elders.


It is meant for just any one interested in learning computers.


The participants of this short term course will be able to increase your productivity by attaining the skills and knowledge to work confidently with advanced levels of Microsoft Office (Word & Excel) effectively.

  • Duration: 50 Hours
Course Content:
Topics Duration : 90Hrs
Section 1: PC Hardware
BIOS Settings Motherboard Components
RAM Expansion Cards
Storage Devices The CPU
Interfaces Computer Power
Computer Components Display Devices
Connector Types Computer Peripherals
Section 2: Laptops Laptop Hardware
Laptop Displays Laptop Features
Section 3: Printers Printer Types
Installing Printers Printer Maintenance
Section 4: Operational Procedures
Computer Safety ProceduresEnvironmental Controls.
Communication and ProfessionalismDealing with Prohibited Activity
Section 1: Operating Systems
Microsoft Operating Systems Installing Windows
The Windows Command Line Operating System Tools
The Windows Control Panel Configuring Windows Networking
Windows Preventive MaintenanceWindows Security
Client-Side VirtualizationSection 2: Security
Security Prevention Methods Common Security Threats
Securing a Windows WorkstationDisposing of Sensitive Data
Securing a SOHO Network Section 3: Mobile Devices
Mobile Operating Systems Network Connectivity and Email
Securing Mobile DevicesMobile Device Hardware
Mobile Device SynchronizationSection 4: Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Theory Common Hardware Problems
Hard Drive TroubleshootingTroubleshooting Video
Operating System TroubleshootingTroubleshooting Security Issues
Laptop Troubleshooting

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