Deal of the Week: Premier Windows 10 Training (50% off)


If you have upgraded to Windows 10 recently or bought a device running Microsoft’s newest operating system, you may have noticed that some things have changed, moved or been removed in the operating system.

Premier Windows 10 Training is an e-learning course that includes video lessons and the two ebooks Windows 10 Security and an introductory ebook.

The creators of the course plan to add more than 10 new videos each month, and since the deal includes lifetime access to the resource, you will be able to access all future videos as well.

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Here are some of the topics covered in the course:

  1. Troubleshooting problems.
  2. Keyboard shortcuts.
  3. Windows 10 security features.
  4. New feature overviews including Task Switcher, Cortana, Action Center or Snap.
  5. Important settings of the operating system.

Short summary taken from the deal’s page.

With over 46 high-def lectures and more than 5 hours of video—plus 10+ videos added each month—you’ll get the nitty gritty on the new features, options, and settings of the latest Windows operating system. Get lifetime access to tutorials, e-books, and an always-evolving source of updates as new features are released! Since this course is taught by one of the leading experts on Windows, troubleshooting problems and utilizing Cortana, the new virtual assistant, will become second nature in no time.

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