Windows 10 - Learning Resources

Windows 10 is coming to City computers in 2019.  Below are some resources to get familiar with changes and new features. 

Quick Start: Windows 10 Desktop at Work

Top Tips for Windows 10

Installing your software using the City's Self-Service Software Center

Setting your default apps for your web browser and PDF viewer

FAQs - See frequently asked questions from City employees about Windows 10.  

Need to add a printer and don't know the printer name? Go to CityTalk - the Information Technology Department section to see the list and instructions how to connect 

What's Different About Windows 10 for Windows 7 Users

Windows 10 Tutorials from GCFLearnFree.org  And did you know...with a Hennepin County library card (use this link), you can access a wide variety of free training at Lynda.com? You will find several short videos about Windows 10 so you can see how easy it is to organize your start menu and task bar for your most commonly used programs, and new features to try. 

Interested in hands on training for Windows 10? Attend an open lab session! 

Open lab session schedule 

Windows 10 Announcements & Planning Resources

Some links below may require access to the City's network, either at a City office location or through VPN. 

Need to add a printer and don't know the printer name? Go to CityTalk - the Information Technology Department section to see the list and instructions how to connect 

City computers will be upgraded to Windows 10 starting in May

Windows 10 refresh schedule now available: The tentative refresh schedule for employees getting new computers to replace their old ones this year is now available on CityTalk. Note the dates may change based on department needs and software compatibility with Windows 10.

Preparing for Windows 10

 

Benefits of Windows 10  

 

Published May 1, 2019

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