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1001-02: CompTIA A+ Certification, Part 4 of 13: Windows and Environments
In this course for the CompTIA A+ 1001-1002 exam, we will take a look at what is Virtualization, Types of Virtualization, and Windows Client Virtualization Solutions. Next we’ll look at the Windows System Requirements, Hardware Compatibility and Boot Methods. Moving on we will look at Workgroups, Homegroups, Domains, Customizing System Options, Creating a Local User Account During Installation, Updates, Service Packs and Patches. Then we’ll cover Virtual Memory, The Virtual Memory Process, Pagefile Optimization, The Windows Boot Process, Windows Startup Settings and the Boot Configuration Data Editor, Data Backup and Restoration, Maintenance Tools. Next you will be introduced to two different kinds of computer clients, the first one being a standard client, and the second being a Custom Client. You will learn about what hardware is needed for each type of client.
Beginner | 1h 34m | February 28, 2021Course Outline
Chuck Nailen has been providing classroom training for more than 16 years. He does training for in department-supported CompTIA curriculums, Microsoft curriculums, and Department of State (DoS) proprietary platforms in support of SAIT and DoS programs. He holds many certifications including National Career Readiness Certificate-Gold Level, MCSA, MCT, MCITP, MCTS, and others.
A lifelong fascination with technology led a varied career in technology. I have over 20 years of experience supporting end users, and small businesses. On top of that, I have been an Information Technology instructor for Edmonds Community College, where I instructed on CompTIA’s A+, and Network+ material. During that time I created curriculum for not only those courses, but also for CompTIA’s Security+ certification. I currently hold the following certifications: A+, Network+, Server+, Cloud+, and Project+.