Complete Microsoft Windows Vista Video Training From Train Signal Encompasses All Versions, Including Home And Business Lines

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Windows Vista training teaches IT pros and power users how to get the most out of Microsoft's new operating system.

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Windows Vista offers some really great improvements over Windows XP. Much more than an upgrade, Vista is an entirely new product that is more secure, customizable and feature rich than anything we've seen before. And Train Signal's real-world training will make learning all about Vista both easy and fun.

Train Signal, Inc. has released their new FastTrack Video Training Course for Microsoft Windows Vista. Covering topics from basic to advance in the home and business versions, the course focuses on essential skills for help desk, technicians, and administrators.

Featuring over 15 hours of hands-on video training, the Windows Vista video training includes the following topics: What's New in Vista, Installation, Group Policy, Securing Vista, Networking, Administration, Internet Explorer (IE7) and more. The Vista training course also provides coverage for the 70-620 Windows Vista Exam.

The Microsoft Windows Vista course sells for $149.95, plus shipping. Because it features Windows Media Video compression, the course can be viewed with standard Windows Media Players and requires no additional software. The course is instructed by Scott Skinger (MCSE, CCNP, CNE). Skinger is the Founder of Train Signal and has taught hundreds of classes on topics including: Windows 2000/2003, Exchange Server, Novell Netware, Linux, Cisco Routing and more. He has also worked as a Network Engineer and as an Independent Consultant.

Director of Product Development, Gary Eimerman, says this about the course, "Windows Vista offers some really great improvements over Windows XP. Much more than an upgrade, Vista is an entirely new product that is more secure, customizable and feature rich than anything we've seen before. And Train Signal's real-world training will make learning all about Vista both easy and fun."

Founded in 2002, Train Signal, Inc. creates unique, high quality computer training products for the serious IT student and professional. Currently they have over 20 courses covering topics in Microsoft, Cisco, Linux and Wireless Networking.

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