Students will learn how to install and configure Windows 9x, Me, 2000 and XP, dealing with DOS and NT. As well students will gain the credentials to become a certified Computer Service Technician. Students will learn how to identify the components of Windows architecture, install and configure local and network printers on Windows and troubleshoot Windows.
Participants will also learn basic networking, how to configure and troubleshoot Internet access, perform back up, manage system files and troubleshoot errors. This course is highly recommended in conjunction with A+ Certification Core Hardware course to enhance student's skills to perform all basic computer hardware tasks.
To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the (APLUS-HW) A+ Certification Hardware course or have equivalent knowledge. No prior technical experience required.
IT aspirants, Microcomputer Technicians, PC Support Professionals responsible for the day-to-day operation and support of computers and any individuals looking to improve their knowledge of PCs. A+ is the recommended starting point for nearly all other IT certification paths.
13th Feb, 27th Feb, 13th March, 3rd April
- Operating System Overview
- Installation Windows NT, 2000 and XP
- Upgrading Operating Systems
- Operating System Fundamentals
- Configuration and Management of Devices
- Partitioning, Fragmentation and Management of Disks
- File, Directory and Application Management
- Basic Networking
- Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Access
- Troubleshooting Operating and Application Error