- Wydawnictwo: McGraw-Hill
- Data wydania: 13 kwietnia 2011
- Liczba stron: 1298
- Jane Holcombe
- Charles Holcombe
- James Pyles
- Michael Pastore
The best fully integrated CompTIA A+ self-study package—a great value on two books and three CDs!
CompTIA A+ Certification Boxed Set provides you with a variety of self-study resources to use in preparation for the CompTIA A+ exams. For less than you would pay separately, the set includes two books and three CDs. CompTIA A+ Certification Study Guide, Seventh Edition offers a comprehensive exam review and self-study system covering all the CompTIA A+ exam objectives and includes a CD with four practice exams, video training, and an ebook. Test what you’ve learned with more than 1000 practice exam questions featured in CompTIA A+ Certification Practice Exams with a CD containing four practice exams and an ebook. The bonus CD-ROM included in this set features 400 electronic flashcards, one additional hour of LearnKey’s multimedia A+ training, and MasterSim interactive environment labs.
CompTIA A+ Certification Boxed Set
- Offers significant savings over purchasing each component separately
- Contains 1700+ practice exam questions, all of which are accompanied by detailed answer explanations
- Three CD-ROMs contain eight complete practice exams, 13 CertCam video clips, two hours of LearnKey’s multimedia A+ training, MasterSim interactive environment labs, eflashcards, and ebook versions of the book in the set
- Includes CompTIA A+ Certification Study Guide, Seventh Edition, CompTIA A+ Certification Practice Exams plus three CDs—bonus third CD available only with the boxed set
Complete coverage of all exam objectives
Personal Computer Components; Motherboards and Processors; Memory, Storage, and Adapters; Power Supplies, Cooling Systems, Display Devices, Cables and Connectors, and Input/Output; Installing and Upgrading PC Components; Troubleshooting, Repair, and Maintenance of PCs; Installing, Configuring, and Optimizing Laptops; Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance for Laptops; Operating System Fundamentals; Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading Operating Systems; Disk and File Management; Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance for Windows; Using and Supporting Printers; Network Basics; Installing a Small Office / Home Office (SOHO) Network; Troubleshooting Networks; Computer Security Fundamentals; Implementing and Troubleshooting Security; Operational Procedure
Table of contents
1 Personal Computer Components—Motherboards and Processors2 Personal Computer Components— Memory, Storage, and Adapters3 Power Supplies, Cooling Systems, Display Devices, Cables and Connectors, and Input/Output4 Installing and Upgrading PC Components5 Troubleshooting, Repair, and Maintenance of PCs6 Installing, Configuring, and Optimizing Laptops7 Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance for Laptops8 Operating System Fundamentals9 Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading Operating Systems10 Disk and File Management11 Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance for Windows12 Using and Supporting Printers13 Network Basics14 Installing a Small Office / Home Office (SOHO) Network15 Troubleshooting Networks16 Computer Security Fundamentals17 Implementing and Troubleshooting Security1 18 Operational Procedure
Jane Holcombe, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, MCT, MCSE, CNA, CTT+, is a pioneer in the field of PC training. She co-founded a Minnesota training company and has trained technical support personnel nationally for more than 20 years. Jane has developed numerous technical training courses, including one of the earliest PC operating system and hardware courses for support technicians. She is a past President of the Twin Cities PC User Group and has led general sessions at both local and national conferences.
Charles Holcombe, CompTIA A+, has been an independent trainer and consultant for the past 26 years. He has developed and delivered many training courses in addition to authoring several books.
Michael Pastore, MA, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, MCP, has been writing computer books for more than 15 years and has been involved in IT for more than 30 in roles spanning from network technician to president of an IT training school. He is a regular contributor to Computerworld and is a columnist for Leap-it.com. He is also a faculty member at several IT institutes, including the University of Phoenix and DeVry University.