Mobility and devices

When was windows 10 released?
July 2015
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Why was windows 10 designed?
To work on and support a range of hardware
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The windows 10 start menu feature is a combination of what?
Windows 7 and 8
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What are the 9 different main settings options?
System, devices, network&internet, personalisation, accounts, time&language, ease of access, privacy, update&security
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Name 3 things that can be changed under the system settings
Display, notifications, apps and features, multitasking, tablet mode, power options and default apps
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What are devices settings used for?
Quick access to hardware
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What does wifi and ethernet connections allow you to do in settings?
Configure VPN, dial-up and proxy settings
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What can be edited under personalisation settings?
Background, colours, locks screen, themes and start menu
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What can be edited under accounts settings?
Profile pictures and add new accounts
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What can be edited under time&language settings?
Date and time, region and language and speech
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What can be edited under ease of access settings?
Settings for narrator, magnifier, high contrast, closed captions, keyboard and mouse
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What can be edited under privacy settings?
Camera, microphone, speech, account information, contacts, calendar and messaging
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What can be edited under update&security settings?
Windows update, activate windows, backups and recoveries and windows defender
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What is Cortana?
Personal assistant
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What can cortana help with?
Finding things, managing calendar, finding files, chatting with users and searching
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What are the 2 ways windows 10 can be navigated?
Mouse or touch screen
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What are the 5 ways of using the touch screen?
Tap, douple-tap, press and hold, slide and swipe
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What is a user account used for?
To identify a user, authentication, authorisation and auditing
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What are the 3 different microsoft accounts?
Microsoft accounts, Local user accounts, Domain based accounts
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What do microsoft accounts provide?
Different levels of control
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What is a PC?
A collection of hardware devices
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Name 4 hardware devices
Disk drives, keyboards, mice and printers etc.
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What does the device require to communicate with the OS?
A driver
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What are desktop settings?
Many settings that can be configured to personalise windows
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What style is the start menu?
UI/Metro
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What are the 3 types of user profiles?
Local user, roaming user and mandatory user
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How is a local user created?
Automatically
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What is a roaming user and what is it used with?
Copy of a user and folder redirection
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What is a mandatory user?
'Read only'
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What is the profile extension on a mandatory user changed too and from what?
Changed to .man from .dat
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