Windows 7 Training

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clip_image001Are you the leader of your pack?  The person everyone comes to with technology questions?  Have you been getting asked more and more about “this thing called Windows 7”?  Based on emails I’ve been getting from TechNet Flash subscribers there is a lot of excitement about Windows 7, not only from people in the industry, but from consumers and PC users from all walks of life.

When you get asked these questions you have two choices a) pretend you don’t know and hope they stop asking you questions all the time or b) give them a long winded, deep technical answer and hope they stop asking you questions all the time.  Well I’d like to introduce option c) send them some free Windows 7 training.

There are three training sessions available from MS Learning that cover the large scope of people that might be asking you questions.  The courses are between 1 and 2 hours and cover the IT Pro, consumer and information worker audiences.

What’s New in Windows 7 for Consumers (1 Hour)

What’s New in Windows 7 for IT Professionals (2 Hours)

What’s New in Windows 7 for Information Workers (2 Hours)

So next time rather than choose A or B, go with C and send them for some free training.

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  • All 3 courses are unavailable....

  • All three courses' links say: "This course is no longer available in any offers."

  • Here's the correct links:

    Clinic 10077: What's New in Windows 7 for IT Pros:

    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/elearning/course/10077.mspx

    Clinic 10125: What's New in Windows 7 for Consumers:

    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/elearning/course/10125.mspx

    Clinic 10088: What's New in Windows 7 for Information Workers:

    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/elearning/course/10088.mspx

  • I get an error.  The error states that if is no longer available.  Please help

  • @Ed and @Blake

    The links are valid - it just requires that you sign in to the microsoft learning site with a valid WIndows Live ID in order to activate a free one year membership to view the course content.

    Sorry that we didn't make that clear in the post.

    Rick

  • @Rick,

    You are about that? The link posted gives me the same results even when logged in. The link I provided works. Seems there is a different "courseId=117957" in the URL between the two.