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الخميس، 6 ديسمبر 2012

Win 7

1.   Start the computer and log on securely using a user name and password
2.   Restart the computer using an appropriate routine
3.   Shut down a non-responding application
4.   Shut down the computer using an appropriate routine
5.   Use available help functions (search help)(browse help = contents)
6.   Identify the different parts of window
7.   Collapse, expand, restore, resize, move a window
8.   Close a window
9.   Switch between open windows
10.                  Identify common file types
11.                  Open a text editing application
12.                  Enter text into a file
13.                  Name and save the file to a location on a drive
14.                  Change file status (read-only ,read and write ,hidden)
15.                  Sort files in ascending, deseeding order
16.                  Recognize good practice in folder and file naming
17.                  Rename files, folders
3- use a text editing application (word or notepad applications)
      -Save as (save) Ctrl+s
      -characters cannot be used ( <> : “ / \ ? * | )
4- use available help functions
     -online help


5- switch between open windows





6-close windows
7- shutdown non-responding application
8-shut down the computer using an appropriate routine
n Select and close each of your currently open windows
n Restart
Example 2
understand how an operating system organizes drivers,folders,files

know devices used by an operating system to store files and folders

know how files, folders are measured

understand the purpose of regularly backing up data

understand the benefits of online file storage

open a window to display folders

expand views of drives, folders

collapse views of drives, folders

navigate to a folder file on a drive

create a folder and a further sub-folder

select a file, folder individually or as a group of adjacent, non-adjacent files, folders

select the entire contents of a folder (ctrl + A)

copy files, folders between folders and between drives

move files, folders between folders and between drives

 



File management
Main concepts
1-
2- know devices (storage device) Harddisk , flash,cd/dvd
3-know measurements
-        Gb à over million KB
4- understand the purpose of backups
      - Keeping backup copies of your files
     - transferring files from on computer to another
6- understand the benefits of online file storage
This gives users convenient access to their files, wherever they are , and also gives the ability to share files with others .

Exercise > Work with file and folders
Open a window to display files and folders
The computer window will display the following:
Favorites- quick access to locations such as the contents of Desktop, downloaded files and filing places you have recently used
Libraries- a way of viewing selected groups of files and folders that you may require regular access to. You can customize what is displayed here.
Homegroup–ahomegroup can be created to enable users of a home network to share libraries, files and printers
Computer – an expandable list of all the drives and folders available to you

Expand folder views (right arrow)
Collapse folder view  (left arrow)
View folder name, size, type (details )
Create folder
Create a sub folder
Navigate (English-form1 to form4)
Select files, folders
Select non-adjacent files (or folders)
Select adjacent files (or folders)
      Select the entire contents of a folder
      “the bottom pane of the window will indicate how many objects are selected”
Copy files, folders (duplicate )
Move files, folders (Removed from to)
Close the window (menu organize)


1-  Identify common icons
2-  Select and move icons
3-  Create a desktop shortcut icon
4-  Remove a desktop shortcut icon
5-  Use an icon to open a file, folder, application
6-  Identify common file type
7-  Open a text editing application. Enter text into a file, name and save the file to a location on a drive.
8-  Change the status
9-  Sort files in ascending, descending order(name,type,Date modified, Type,Size)
10-                 Recognize good practice in folder, file naming see example
11-                 Rename files, folders
12-                 Delete files, folders to the recycle bin
13-                 Restore files, folders from the recycle bin
14-                 Empty the recycle bin
15-                 Use the find tool to locate a file, folder
16-                 Search fo riles by all or part of the file name, by content
17-                 Search for files by date modified, by date created, by size
18-                 Search files by using wildcards
19-                 View list of recently used files
20-                 Change the default printer
21-                 Install a new printer on the computer
22-                 Print a document(fileàprint”to prind and to preview the worksheet”)
23-                 View a print job’s progress in a queue (manage printer)
24-                 Pause, re-start, delete ,resume  a print job
25-                 View file extensions




Example 3
Open the computer folder (details)
View file extensions
      Organize ->folder and search options
      This extension signifies the type of file being saved.
Identify common file types
Change file status
(read only allows the file to be copied or read but not changed and saved under its original named – it has to be saved under a new name)
Sort file
Rename file or folder
Use the find tool 
Search for files by name, content
Search for files by date and size
Search files by using wildcards (characters can be used to replace the part of the name that you are unsure about)
Click  the cross to the right of the search file (to close the search and return to your original folder
View list of recently used files
     R-Càpropertied àstart menu àcustomize>recent itemàokàstore and display

Delete files, folders
Restore files, folders
Empty the recycle bin
Exercise 2 work with icons
     Identify common icons


Create a desktop shortcut icon
 Select and move icons
    The icons can be arranged on the desktop by name,type,size or date

Remove a desktop shortcut icon

Exercise3  print
Print document
View a print job’s progress in a queue
   (paue, re-start, delete a print job)

Printer options
Chang the defulat printer
Install a new printer on the computer
     1-install a usb printer
       2- install a non-usb printer



Example 4
1-   View the computer’s basic system information
2-   Change the computer’s desktop configuration
3-   Set, add keyboard language
4-   Install a software application
5-   Uninstall a software application
6-   Use keyboard print screen facility
7-   Understand what file compression means
8-   Compress files in a folder on a drive(select many file)
9-   Extract compressed files from a location on a drive
10-  Understand what a virus is &the ways a virus can be transmitted onto a computer
11-                  Use antivirus software to scan specific drives, folders, files
12-                  Understand why anti-virus software needs to be updated regularly



Exercise 1:  File compression
Files can be “squeezed, pressed, compressed “to be a smaller size = using compression software.
Files that are compressed
-        Travel faster between modems
-        Use less memory
-        Are an ideal way of backing up data
Compress files in a folder on a drive “zipped”

Decompressed or “unzipped” extract

Exercise 2:  antivirus
Understand what virus
-     Viruses are computer programs that infect computers without the    knowledge of the user
-   a virus is man made.
-viruses can have many affects, some mild, some amusing and some devastating -such as deleting files and preventing your computer from working.
-  all will try to damage or change your data in some way.

Understand the ways a virus can be transmitted into a computer
From
-        Removable disk
-        Download internet file
-        Zipped or compressed file
-        E-mail attachment
Never open an e-mail attachment if you don't know it's from
Always virus check files that people send/give you
Use anti-virus software
MacAfee
Symantec
Pc cillin
Frisk software
Virus scanners can be set to check in various way
-only when the computer starts up
-to work in the background all the time the computer is on
-to be used to scan specific drives, files, and folders only when you want to.

Virus scanners recognize thousands of viruses of viruses and stop them before they become active.
"ignore" "delete"  or "store and reconstruct"

Understand why anti-virus software needs to be updated regularly
-        Remember that hundreds of new viruses are introduced every month

Exercise 3 Setup
View the computer's basic system information
-        To view the widows edition your are using
-        To view the processor type and speed
-        To view the memory installed
-        To view the system type
-        To view name, domain and workgroup settings for you computer
Change the computer's desktop configuration
n Themes
n Desktop background
n Screen saver
n Display "screen resolution"
n Date and time
n Sound
n Set , add keyboard language
n Install a software application(cd/dvd)or(download from internet)
n Uninstall(remove program)
Use keyboard print screen facility   (alt+prt sc) to capture active window

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