By Jeff Ginger on behalf of Prairienet
This lesson introduces the learner to most of the basic Windows XP operating system components and how to operate them.
What You'll Learn
This session includes information about the Windows XP desktop, icons, taskbar, components and manipulation of windows, and menus, buttons, bars and boxes. Learners will also find some basic information about how to trouble-shoot problems as well as exercises to better learn how to operate the computer.
|Difficulty/Complexity: Moderate||Degree of Guidance: High||Useful Reference: Moderate|
|Critical Thinking: Moderate||Ideas for Instructors: Moderate||Length: Long|
|Pictures: Yes||Printable: Yes||includes videos|
A computer with Windows XP. Learners should have a basic understanding of computers.
Related Resources or Alternative Tutorials
- Computer Training for Windwos XP (GCFLearnFree.org - similar to this tutorial)
- Microsoft's Digital Literacy Program for Computer basics (microsoft.com )
- CommonCraft's Computer Basics (commoncraft.com - simple videos about hardware, software and the internet; start with the software video)
- Free Windows XP Basics (learnthat.com - very short, only okay)
Begin this Tutorial
Introduction to Windows XP (local)