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.
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.
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.
Preparing for Windows 10
- Use OneDrive
- OneDrive is more integrated with Windows 10, so now is a good time to get more experience using it. Before you get Windows 10, you can use OneDrive to move files from your Desktop and any personal files you may have on your local “C” drive, since these local files won’t be saved during the Windows 10 upgrade.
- See the OneDrive Help Center for support and ideas to make OneDrive work for you.
- Review your Internet Browser Data - Take note of any favorites you have created in your Internet browser(s). If you use Chrome or Firefox, review and follow instructions for saving/syncing if you want browser data to carry over to other devices.
Published May 1, 2019