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How Windows 10 will change the way we use devices

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Learning technology experts from Commelius Solutions share first preview of what’s new in Windows 10 in a live webinar in March.

What's new in Windows 10 - webinar
What's new in Windows 10 - webinar 

The online event will offer all those interested in the latest technology a chance to have a first look at Windows 10, see how it’s different from Windows 7 and Windows 8, and get tips and hints on how to use it. But that’s not all.

IT training specialist Martin Budnarowski and virtual classroom technology expert Jon Shepstone will walk the audience through the new features of Microsoft’s latest operating system and reveal how it will impact the way people use their devices.

“This is something we haven’t seen in an operation system yet. Windows 10 is a true game changer when it comes to use of technology. It’ll impact our PCs, our mobile phones and our tablets. Some people refer to it as the Internet of Things. We’ll be discussing this at our event”, says Mr. Shepstone.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 4th of March at 11 am (London, GMT) and is dedicated to those working in Learning and Development, IT and HR roles, as well as individuals wanting to learn what’s new in Windows 10.

Mr. Shepstone adds, “The launch of Windows 10 is very exciting for the CloudRooms team as later this year we’ll be introducing a number of IT courses on it into our portfolio, and our webinar is an excellent way to have a taste of Windows 10 for anyone interested in latest developments.”

Registration is available on the event webpage: What’s new in Windows 10.



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