Test Yourself A+ Certification

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Syngress Media, Inc
Osborne McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 2001 - Computers - 320 pages
Publishing Rationale - Building on the success of the first two editions - The first two editions of A+ Certification Test Yourself Practice Exams sold over 19,000 units combined! - Revised exam - This edition will focus on the major revisions of the A+ exams. - CompTIA's A+ continued growth and benefit - As of March 2000 there are over 180,000 A+ Technicians worldwide. This vendor-neutral certification benefits the employer by maximizing efficiency in recruiting, hiring, and training and the employee by providing transferable skills and a career path. CompTIA has yet to release exam objectives for the new A+ exams. A beta exam is planned for October with revised objectives being released in September, and the revisions to the A+ content expected in December of 2000. A revised Table of Contents will be available after objectives have been released by CompTIA. Changes to the A+ exam may include: 1. Elimination of the Windows 3.1 objectives and items 2. Elimination of the Customer Satisfaction objectives and items 3. Developing new test objectives and items for: - Windows 98 - Windows 2000 - Windows NT, version 4.0 - Linux-baseline, elementary information only

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Contents

A+ Core Hardware
1
Installation Configuration and System Optimization
21
Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Problems
45
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Syngress Media, Inc. (Rockland, MA) is an independent company committed to creating the very best book, software and Internet based exam preparation tools. They have published over 20 certification study guides and over a dozen Personal Testing Centers. All of these products are created by leading content experts, many of whom are also full-time trainers.

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