Windows Features: Control Panel & Upgrade Paths

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Windows Features: Control Panel & Upgrade Paths

Windows Features: Control Panel & Upgrade Paths

This last lesson on Windows Operating Systems explores the varying file and file path structures for Windows Operating System installations.

Each Windows OS has both similar and unique file and file path organizational structure and distribution of configuration, shared, and functional files.  That applies as well to boot files, templates, executable and other files it will use.

You’ll learn about volumes, its relationship to the structure of the Windows OS, the sequence of how Windows reads and executes file, and how the file & file path infrastructure determine both the function of Windows Operating Systems, and its transactions with other software applications it encounters.

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