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Windows Basics

Microsoft Windows is an operating system created by Microsoft for PC computers. An operating system is the software utilized to run and manage programs and functions on the computer.

Intended Audience

Systems Administrators


Solutions Architect

Release Engineers

Cloud Professionals

Software Developers, especially those in a Developer Operations (DevOps) role


Background in either software development or systems administration

Some experience with maintaining operating systems at the command line (shell scripting in Linux environments, cmd or PowerShell in Windows)

Basic knowledge of networking protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP)

Instructor-led Sessions

There will be 16 hours of instructor led Interactive classes and you will also get access to course content and video recordings

Real-life Case Studies

Live project based on any of the selected use cases, involving implementation of the various DevOps tools.


Each class will be followed by practical assignments which will aggregate to minimum 24 hours.

24 x 7 Expert Support

We have 24x7 online support team available to help you with any technical queries you may have during the course.


Towards the end of the course, you will be working on a project. Zippyops certifies you as a Windows Professional based on the project.


All the instructors at zippyops are practitioners from the Industry with minimum 10-12 yrs of experience and minimum of 750 hours of training experiance


Delivery Method

Mode Of training:

This course will be delivered through a mix of:
Instructor-Led Training (ILT)
Hands-on Labs.

16 Hours (weekday or weekends)

Contact us for the next avaliable schedule

Course Curiculam


History of Microsoft Windows
Early Windows
Modern Windows
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 10
64-bit Windows
The Windows Interface
User Interface
Hot Keys
Operating System Folders
System Folder
Program and Personal Document Folders
Tech Utilities
Control Panel
Device Manager
System Tools
Command Line
Microsoft Management Console
Administrative Tools 

Implementing Hard Drives

Hard Drive Partitions
When to Partition
The Partitioning
Formatting Process
Dynamic and Basic Disks
File Systems in Windows
Master Boot Record
GUID Partition Table (GPT)
Other Partition Types
Disk Management
Maintaining and Troubleshooting Hard Drives

Installing and Upgrading Windows

Preparing for Installation or Upgrade
Identify Hardware Requirements
Verify Hardware and Software Compatibility
Decide What Type of Installation to Perform
Determine How to Back Up and Restore Existing Data, If  Necessary
Select an Installation Method
Determine How to Partition the Hard Drive and What File System to Use
Determine Your Computer’s Network Role
Decide on Your Computer’s Language and Locale  Settings
Plan for Post-Installation Tasks
The Installation and Upgrade Process
Installing or Upgrading to Windows XP Professional
Installing or Upgrading to Windows Vista
Installing or Upgrading to Windows 7
Installing or Upgrading to Windows 10
Upgrading Issues
The Windows XP Clean Installation Process
The Windows 7/10 Clean Installation Process
Automating the Installation
Installing Windows over a Network
Troubleshooting Installation Problems
Text Mode Errors
Graphical Mode Errors
Lockups during Installation
Post-Installation Tasks
Patches, Service Packs, and Updates
Upgrading Drivers

Windows under the Hood

Accessing the Registry
Registry Components
Manual Registry Edits
Command-Line Registry Editing Tools
The Windows Boot Process
Processes and Services and Threads
Task Manager
Performance Console
Performance Tools in Windows 7 and Windows 10

NTFS,Users and Groups

Authentication with Users and Groups
Simple Tools for Managing Users
Advanced User Management
Authorization through NTFS
NTFS Permissions
Permission Propagation
Sharing a Windows PC Securely
Locating Shared Folders
Administrative Shares
Protecting Data with Encryption
User Account Control

Maintaining and Optimizing Windows

Maintaining Windows
Windows Patch Management
Managing Temporary Files with Disk Cleanup
Registry Maintenance
Error-Checking and Disk Defragmentation
Scheduling Maintenance
System Configuration
System Information
Optimizing Windows
Installing and Removing Software
Installing/Optimizing a Device
Performance Options
Preparing Windows for Problems
Backing Up Personal Data
System Restore

Working with Command Line Interface

Deciphering the Command-Line Interface
Accessing the Command Line
Filenames and File Formats
Drives and Folders
Mastering Fundamental Commands
Structure: Syntax and Switches
Viewing Directory Contents: The dir Command
Changing Directory Focus: The cd Command
Moving Between Drives
Making Directories: The md Command
Removing Directories: The rd command
Working with Directories
Running a Program
Working with Files
Renaming Files
Deleting Files
Copying and Moving Files

Troubleshooting Windows

Failure to Boot: Hardware or Configuration
Failure to Boot: Windows XP
Failure to Boot: Windows Vista and Windows 7
Failure to Load the GUI
Device Drivers
Advanced Startup Options
Troubleshooting Tools in the GUI
Troubleshooting Tools in Windows Vista and Windows 7
Application Problems
Application Installation Problems
Problems with Uninstalling
Missing File or Incorrect File Version

Windows Platform Services

Active Directory
Communicator or Instant Messaging

Virtualization Overview

What Is Virtualization?
Approaches to virtualization
Hosted Architecture
Bare-Metal Architecture
Types of Virtualization
Server Virtualization
Storage Virtualization
Network Virtualization
Application Virtualization
Desktop Virtualization
What makes virtualization so appealing?
Benefit of Server Virtualization



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