Barron's how to Prepare for A+ Certification
Computer Confidence Inc.
Barron's, 2001 - Computers - 327 pages
This brand new test prep manual is written for the computer technician seeking A+ certification. Filled with details on computer hardware and software, it can also serve as a general reference source for computer science students. In six main parts the text describes the certification process, details the standard components inside a typical computer, instructs on installing hardware, describes input and output devices, provides a software overview, and presents four sample A+ Certification exams with answers. A general reference chapter completes this volume. The optional CD-ROM offers practice and review plus computer versions of the sample exams.
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