Mike Meyers' A+ Guide to Operating Systems
Mike Meyers, one of the premier computer and network skills trainers, delivers a learning system designed to explain key IT principles in an easy-to-understand format. This terrific guide will not only help prepare you to pass the exam, but also to help you become a good PC technician. Meyers covers topics beyond the exam, and essential for students to know, from existing to emerging technologies.
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Creating a User Interface 33
Introduction to the Personal Computer The Standard Windows Feature Set 37
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alternate-click applet applications automatically backup basic boot sector button bytes cable called CD-ROM Chapter client cluster command line command line interface command prompt COMMAND.COM CONFIG.SYS configuration Console Control Panel create default delete desktop device drivers Device Manager dialog box dynamic disks enables encryption error Ethernet exams extended partition FDISK Figure file system filename floppy disk folder format hard drive hardware icon installation interface IP address logical drives memory menu Microsoft modem MS-DOS MSDOS.SYS NTFS NTLDR º º operating system option password primary partition printer problem protocol Registry restore points Scandisk screen server setup share ſº startup disk swap file System Restore TCP/IP tech Tools troubleshooting update upgrade utility versions of Windows volume Windows 98 Windows 9x/Me Windows NT Windows XP wireless network Wizard