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||The course is designed for individual that are seeking prepare for the:
CompTIA A+ Practical certification exam 220-902
Upgrade for Exam 220-1002 Included
||CompTIA A+ Essenstials
|You will learn:
- Windows Overview and Installation
- Windows Interaction and Personalization
- Windows Utilities and Management
- Windows Applications and Features
- Adding Hardware to Windows
- Adding Storage Options
- Networking with the Windows Operating System
- Monitoring the Windows OS and an Introduction to Other Oss
- OSX Features and an Introduction to Linux
- Terminal Commands for Linux or Mac OSX
- Introduction to Mobile Operating Systems
- Introduction to Virtualization and Basic Security Concepts
- Windows Security Features and Management
- Common Troubleshooting
- Security Practices
|Lesson 1: Windows Overview and Installation
This lesson explores the different Windows Operating Systems and the processes used to install them.
Lesson 2: Windows Interaction and Personalization
- Overview on Windows
- Installation Considerations and Requirements
This lesson covers information related to interaction and personalization of a Windows OS. Students will learn about the basics of User Accounts and Profiles and about the many ways to interact with Windows and personalize setting with the OS.
Lesson 3: Windows Utilities and Management
This lesson explores the information needed to execute Windows tools and utilities to effectively manage a Windows environment.
Lesson 4: Windows Applications and Features
- Configure & Manage the Windows OS
This lesson explores Windows applications and how to manage, troubleshoot and install them into the OS.
Lesson 5: Adding Hardware to Windows and Storage Options
- Configure Windows Applications & Services
This lesson covers the installation process of hardware and the accompanying software that is needed to integrate the hardware into the Windows OS, as well as a breakdown of storage options available within the Windows OS.
Lesson 6: Networking with the Windows Operating System
- Configure Devices and Drivers
- Storage for Windows
This lesson explores the different methods and procedures required to join a Windows OS to an existing network, modify an existing configuration, and troubleshoot issues that may arise with the networking from an OS perspective.
This lesson covers the following:
Lesson 7: Monitoring the Windows OS and an Introduction to Other OSs
- Windows Networking
- Types of Servers
This lesson provides an introduction to monitoring the Windows OS, optimizing performance, as well as data backup and recovery. In addition, other operating systems such as Linux and Mac OSX are introduced.
Lesson 8: Mac OSX Features and an Introduction to Linux
- Troubleshoot & Optimize Windows
- Other Operating Systems
This lesson explores the Linux OS and the similarities between Mac OSX and Linux.
Lesson 9: Shell and Terminal Commands for Linux or Mac OSX
- Other Operating Systems and Technologies
This lesson explores many of the commands used within Linux and Mac OSX to administer those operating systems at an advanced level.
Lesson 10: Introduction to Mobile Operating Systems
This lesson provides and introduction to mobile operating systems. Mobile Oss including some of the features, technologies, and troubleshooting will be covered.
Lesson 11: Introduction to Virtualization and Basic Security Concepts
- Mobile Devices and Operating Systems
- Safety, Communication, and Troubleshooting
This lesson explores virtualization and security. Basic terms and concepts of virtualization are covered along with an understanding of the virtual environment.
Lesson 12: Windows Security Features and Management
- Set Up & Use Client-side Virtualization
- Identify Security Threats & Vulnerabilities
- Common Prevention Methods
This lesson explores features of the Windows OS for the purpose of maintaining security of data resources, how to implement them, and how to manage those features.
Lesson 13: Common Troubleshooting and Security Practices
- Window Security
- Best Practices to Secure a Workstation
- Securing Mobile Devices
This lesson covers troubleshooting and security principles along with security practices commonly implemented within an IT infrastructure.
Lesson 14: A Practical Approach to Troubleshooting
- Data Destruction and Disposal Methods
- Securing SOHO Wireless Networks
- Troubleshooting Methodology
- System File Checker
- Physically Secure Computers
This lesson explores the various steps, tools, and solutions to troubleshoot and resolve issues related to PCs, security, mobile Oss, and applications.
Lesson 15: Safety
- Troubleshooting PC OS Issues
- Troubleshooting PC Security Issues
- Troubleshooting Common Mobile Issues
This covers safety procedures when working with electronic components and power supplies.
Lesson 16: Various Features and Requirements of Microsoft OS
This lesson compares and contrast various features and requirements of Microsoft Operating Systems including remote booting and editing the operating system.