Let New Horizons help you become the Windows 7 expert within your organization. Discover the assortment of
Windows 7 training courses—for both end-users and IT professionals—made available to you online and in the classroom.
Windows 7 includes a number of new features, like advances in touch recognition,
support for virtual hard disks, improved boot performance, direct access, and kernel improvements—our training will
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End-Users will learn how to:
- Get started and explore Windows 7
- Work with the Windows 7 Desktop and Taskbar
- Mange Folders and Files
- Customize Windows 7
- Create users and accounts
- Set-up wireless networking
IT Professionals will learn how to:
- Install, deploy and upgrade to Windows 7
- Configure the IT Pro tools and applications
- Identify technical problems that can occur
- Run Windows 7 monitoring tools
- Apply Windows security features & network connectivity applications
- Manage users and accounts in Windows 7 client environment
Windows 7 Certification*
Note:The MCSA: Windows 7 certification retired in the fall of 2015. However, Exam 680, Exam 685, and Exam 686 will continue to be available to earn Specialist certifications.
By passing a Microsoft Specialist exam, you validate your knowledge and skills in a specialized area of technology. Some Microsoft Specialist exams are included as requirements for Microsoft Partner Network competencies, which help distinguish your company from the rest in a particular technical discipline.
Earn a Microsoft Specialist certification in Windows 7
*Important MCSE & MCSD Certification Changes from Microsoft
On September 26, 2016, five new Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) and Developer (MCSD) specialties were released. To earn each of the new certifications—MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, MCSE: Mobility, MCSE: Data
Management and Analysis, MCSE: Productivity, or MCSD: App Builder—you must first earn a qualifying Microsoft Certified Solutions
Associate (MCSA) certification and, then, pass a single additional exam from a list of electives associated with the corresponding
certification. Click here for a complete summary of the MCSE and MCSD changes from Microsoft, including answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
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