Pg 59Objective 1-3.2.1, 1-3.2.2, 1-3.2.3, 1-3.2.4It cannot be emphasized enough how important it is to shut down the computer completely and not to touch it without letting several seconds go by after the shut down has happened. Many people get impatient and once the “click” happens to signal the computer’s power is off, they will turn it back on immediately. Recommend and encourage students to wait at least five seconds to give the computer a chance to totally shut down everything safely.Be prepared to fully discuss what the differences are between Sleep, Standby and Hibernate. If you have a spare notebook or unused desktop, you may want to demonstrate this to the class.You may also want to mention that in some cases, when you select Shut Down, the computer informs you there are updates pending and it will shut down on completion of the updates. This is due to having the updates set to Manual. You can choose to elaborate on this depending on the class’ interests.
Pg 59-60Objective 1-3.2.1, 1-3.2.2, 1-3.2.3, 1-3.2.4Emphasize how important it is not to end or change anything in the other Task Manager tabs unless you are experienced with computers, or have someone who is telling you to do this step. At this stage, they are likely only to need the Applications tab to manage the programs and then only when there is a problem, such as no response from an application.