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1pm What's New in Windows 10

When:
Thursday, June 27, 2019, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
Where:
Silicon Room (Computer Club Classroom)
SaddleBrooke, AZ  

Contact:
Dennis Korger
520-818-3184
Category:
PC ONLY
Registration is required
Registration cancellations will be accepted
Capacity:
12
Available Slots:
1
No Fee

What’s New in Windows 10


This class meets for one full afternoon from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM


This class is intended for users familiar with Windows 10 who are interested in discussing current and upcoming features in Windows 10 development.


Windows 10 version 1903, May 2019 Update (formerly known as “April 2019 Update”), is the next major release expected to release at the end of May 2019. Also codenamed 19H1, this new version is set to deliver a new set of features and improvements. This is the sixth feature update issued since Windows 10 was launched on July 29, 2015. We will be reviewing, discussing and, depending on the actual time of public release, demonstrating the latest and greatest features available in Windows 10, the “last version of Windows”.


This class will be taught using the classroom desktop PCs with Windows 10 Pro 1809 installed. You may alternatively bring your own laptop and connect to the classroom wireless network. Please bring a personal flash drive with at least 0.5GB of free space to copy the class materials for home use.


Windows 10 routinely has “Feature Updates” each spring and fall. Home Edition users automatically get a brand new version of windows 10 every six months, while more advanced editions can optionally delay the update process.


The update process often alters multiple settings and customizations, removes, revises or relocates some older features, and adds several new features. The earliest adopters may need to deal with bugs and incompatibilities missed in the development process.


Instructor: Dennis Korger