About 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Prep Course

98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Prep course is designed to facilitate the students to pass the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Windows Operating System Fundamentals certification exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Provides basic knowledge needed to begin a career using Microsoft technologies. Candidates for the 98-349 exam should understand fundamental Windows 7 operating system concepts including installing, upgrading, configuring and maintaining systems; managing applications; managing files and folders; and managing devices.

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam.

Note: Exam is retiring on July 31, 2015

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Languages: English
Who should take this course: Home PC users, academic, information workers, IT professionals, developers
Technology: Windows 7
Credit toward certification: MTA

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Chapters that are included in this course 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals:

Windows Operating System Overview

Windows Operating System Overview This chapter windows operating system overview will elaborate the understanding of the most popular operating system ...
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Device Management in windows OS

Device Management in windows OS Overview Device Management in windows OS is an important topic. Hundreds of different devices may ...
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Installing Windows

Installing Windows Overview In this chapter we will discuss installing windows . Over the years, the installation process for Windows ...
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Managing Applications

Managing Applications Overview In this chapter we will learn managing applications . We do not run operating systems for the ...
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Managing Desktop

Managing Desktop Overview In this chapter we will learn managing desktop . The Windows Desktop is the primary user interface ...
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Topics that are included in this course:

The Precursor Disk Operating System

The first OS Microsoft was MS-DOS 1.0. Disk Operating System, was released in 1981 there were no support of USBs, ...
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Windows 3.1—The GUI

Windows shipped with several different GUIs from version 1.0 through version 3.0; however, the Windows 3.1 system became standard in ...
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Windows Evolution

Windows Evolution over Timeline Windows evolution started from 1981 as initially, Windows was a graphical shell that ran on top ...
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Practice Tests in 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Prep course are available below:

Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 1

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Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 2

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Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 3

Instructions for Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 3 This page shows the instructions for Exam 98-349 Windows ...
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Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 4

Instructions for Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 4 This page shows the instructions for Exam 98-349 Windows ...
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Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 5

Instructions for Exam 98-349 Windows Operating System Fundamentals Practice Test 5 This page shows the instructions for Exam 98-349 Windows ...
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Disclaimer:

This course includes every exam objective, but it does not cover every exam question. Only the Microsoft exam team has access to the exam questions, and Microsoft regularly adds new questions to the exam, making it impossible to cover specific questions. You should consider this course a supplement to your relevant real-world experience