Lesson 1: How to Use Android Effectively
Lesson 2: Managing Your Installed Applications
Lesson 3: Extending Your Android Device’s Battery Life
Lesson 4: Keeping Your Device Secure
Lesson 5: Managing Your Device’s Storage and Backups
Lesson 1: Getting Started with Minecraft
Lesson 2: Improving Minecraft Performance on Old and New Computers
Lesson 3: Meet the Biomes of Minecraft
Lesson 4: Exploring Minecraft’s Structures
Lesson 5: Meet the Mobs of Minecraft
Lesson 6: Exploring Minecraft Game Modes
Lesson 7: Surviving Your First Night In Survival Mode
Lesson 8: Your First Mine, Armor, and Further Exploration
Lesson 9: Advanced Mining and the Magic of Enchanting
Lesson 10: I’m a Farmer, You’re a Farmer, We are Farmers All
Lesson 11: Engineering with Redstone
Lesson 12: Creating Custom Minecraft Maps
Lesson 13: Downloading and Installing Custom Maps
Lesson 14: Setting Up Local Multiplayer and Custom Player Skins
Lesson 15: Exploring Minecraft Multiplayer Servers
This How-To Geek School class is intended for people who want to learn more about security when using Windows operating systems. You will learn many principles that will help you have a more secure computing experience and will get the chance to use all the important security tools and features that are bundled with Windows. Obviously, we will share everything you need to know about using them effectively.
Lesson 1: Securing User Accounts and Passwords in Windows
Lesson 2: Preventing Disaster with User Account Control
Lesson 3: Windows Defender and a Malware-Free System
Lesson 4: Windows Firewall: Your System’s Best Defense
Lesson 5: Using Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
Lesson 6: Using the SmartScreen Filter to Screen Out Suspicious Websites and Applications
Lesson 7: Using the Action Center for Extra Security and Maintenance
Lesson 8: Keep Your System Updated for Security and Stability
Lesson 9: Beyond Defender: Third Party Security Products in Windows
Lesson 10: General Security Tips for Windows Users
This series teaches you how to use Windows Administration tools like a pro.
Lesson 2: Using Task Scheduler to Run Processes Later
Lesson 3: Using Event Viewer to Troubleshoot Problems
Lesson 4: Understanding Hard Drive Partitioning with Disk Management
Lesson 5: Learning to Use the Registry Editor Like a Pro
Lesson 6: Monitoring Your PC with Resource Monitor and Task Manager
Lesson 7: Understanding the Advanced System Properties Panel
Lesson 8: Understanding and Managing Windows Services
Lesson 9: Using Group Policy Editor to Tweak Your PC
Lesson 1: Understanding Windows Administration Tools
This Geek School class will teach you everything you need to know about sharing files and resources like printers in a Windows-based network.
Lesson 1: User Accounts, Groups, Permissions & Their Role in Sharing
Lesson 2: The Basic Concepts in Network Sharing
Lesson 3: Customizing Your Network Sharing Settings
Lesson 4: Sharing with Others Using the Public Folder
Lesson 5: Sharing With the Homegroup
Lesson 6: Sharing With the Network Using the Sharing Wizard
Lesson 7: Sharing with the Network Using Advanced Sharing
Lesson 8: How to Work With Network Drives & Network Locations
Lesson 9: How to Share Devices With Others On the Network
Lesson 10: How to View & Access What’s Shared on the Network
This How-To Geek School series will teach you how to use SysInternals tools like a pro, and even the most hard-core geeks will probably learn something new. Join us as we take a deep dive into SysInternals.
Lesson 1: What Are the SysInternals Tools and How Do You Use Them?
Lesson 2: Understanding Process Explorer
Lesson 3: Using Process Explorer to Troubleshoot and Diagnose
Lesson 4: Understanding Process Monitor
Lesson 5: Using Process Monitor to Troubleshoot and Find Registry Hacks
Lesson 6: Using Autoruns to Deal with Startup Processes and Malware
Lesson 7: Using BgInfo to Display System Information on the Desktop
Lesson 8: Using PsTools to Control Other PCs from the Command Line
Lesson 9: Analyzing and Managing Your Files, Folders, and Drives
Lesson 10: Wrapping Up and Using the Tools Together
Microsoft Word is the tool that every company uses or requires as their file format. But how do people really use it in a team environment to get the most out of their experience? This Geek School series will teach you just that.
Lesson 1: Using Templates to Ensure Common Layout and Formatting
Lesson 2: Keeping Track of Changes Made to a Document
Lesson 3: Using Comments to Indicate Changes in a Document
Lesson 4: Restricting and Protecting Documents and Templates
Lesson 5: Versioning, Comparing, and Combining Documents
This Geek School series will give you the skills necessary to maintain your own PC by performing regular maintenance — cleaning the computer, keeping things updated, making sure that your data is all backed up, and a lot more.
Lesson 1: Don’t Spend Money, Cleaning Your Own PC is Easy
Lesson 2: Cleaning your Computer Inside and Out
Lesson 3: Securing your System
Lesson 4: Keeping your PC Updated and Running Smoothly
Lesson 5: Protecting your Data
The Complete Guide to Gmail will help you learn how to be a power user.
Lesson 1: Getting to Know Gmail
Lesson 2: The Mobile App, Composing Mail, and Conversations
Lesson 3: Inbox Management and Labels
Lesson 4: Mail Filters and the Star System
Lesson 5: Attachments, Signatures, and Security
Lesson 6: Invitations and Vacation Responders
Lesson 7: Use Gmail as a Task List
Lesson 8: Multiple Accounts, Keyboard Shortcuts, and Remote Signout
Lesson 9: Use Your Gmail Account to Access Other Accounts
Lesson 10: Power Tips and Gmail Labs
Microsoft Word is the global standard for word processing. At the same time, it’s one of the most maddening applications to master, which is why this Geek School series is all about learning how to format documents in Word.
Lesson 1: The Interface, Fonts, and Templates
Lesson 2: Paragraph Formatting and Creating Lists
Lesson 3: Tables and Other Formatting Controls
Lesson 4: Working with Pictures, Shapes, and Graphics
Lesson 5: Mastering Styles and Document Themes
This How-To Geek School class is intended for people who use Excel, or try to use Excel but are intimidated by the concept of formulas and functions. Its objective is to make you an Excel pro, or at least a competent amateur, in just a few lessons.
Lesson 1: Why Do You Need Formulas and Functions?
Lesson 2: Defining and Creating a Formula
Lesson 3: Relative and Absolute Cell Reference, and Formatting
Lesson 4: Useful Functions You Should Get to Know
Lesson 5: Lookups, Charts, Statistics, and Pivot Tables
This series covers how to use Windows Search.
Lesson 1: Stop Hunting and Start Finding!
Lesson 2: A New Look and Some New Tricks
Lesson 3: Using the Desktop for Maximum Search Mastery
Lesson 4: Use Boolean, Dates, and Wildcards to Give Your Searches a Boost
Lesson 5: Use Advanced Query Syntax to Find Everything
Lesson 1: What Is It and Why Does It Matter?
Lesson 2: Making the Start Screen Fit Your Needs
Lesson 3: Personalizing Your Start Screen
Lesson 4: Using the Windows Store and Windows Store Apps
Lesson 5: Working with PC Settings
Lesson 6: Working with Accounts and Exploring Sync Settings
Lesson 8: The Rest of the Settings
Lesson 9: Using the WIN+X Menu for Essential Administration
Lesson 10: The Rest of Windows 8.1