CompTIA A+: 220-1002: CompTIA A+ (Core 2)

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Prepare to become A+ certified by acquiring fundamental knowledge of supporting hardware and software technologies in an IT infrastructure. 

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CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Installing Hardware & Display Components

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CompTIA A+ 220-1002: Comparing Common Operating Systems

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CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Installing Hardware & Display Components
Time to upgrade your computer? Explore best practices to handle laptop hardware and components. In this course you will learn about SSD, hybrid, and magnetic hard drive types. Study various forms of computer memory. See how to install common hardware, such as keyboards, smart card readers, touchpads, Wi-Fi antenna connectors, webcams, touchscreens, and microphones. Get familiar wireless cards, Bluetooth modules, cellular cards, and mini PCIe. Learn the difference between LCD and OLED displays. Finally, learn about inverter power supplies used in LCD monitors.
12 videos | 1h 10m
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CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Laptops Features & Mobile Device Types
Explore various laptop features and supporting devices, such as special functions, docking stations and removable screens. During this course, you will delve into these features, and also port replicators, physical laptop security, tablets, smartphones, and wearable technology, such as smart watches, fitness monitors, and VR/AR headsets. As an exercise, you will describe when to use special function keys, list the benefits of using a docking station, identify when to use a port replicator, describe the features of a smartphone, and list GPS device capabilities.
11 videos | 48m
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CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Accessories & Mobile Device Synchronization
Mobile devices have flooded the market. Discover the various mobile connection types available, as well as best practices for synchronizing data. In this course, you will learn how to identify different types of wired connections, such as microUSB, lightning, tethering, and proprietary vendor-specific ports. You will also learn about wireless connections, such as NFC, Bluetooth, infrared (IR), and hotspots. Find out about accessories, such as headsets, speakers, game pads, battery packs, waterproofing, card readers, and memory types. See how to synchronize data, authenticate connections, and meet software requirements to install apps on a PC.
11 videos | 54m
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CompTIA A+ 220-1001: Mobile Device Network Connectivity & Application Support
Examine mobile device network connectivity options, such as wireless, cellular, and Bluetooth, as well as application support for commercial e-mail and VPN. Find out how wireless and cellular data networks operate. Watch how to enable, pair, find, and test Bluetooth connectivity. Study POP3 and IMAP email configurations. Review port, SSL, and S/MIME settings. Explore the differences between iCloud, Google, Exchange Online, and Yahoo. Consider features of PRI (Product Release Information), PRL (Preferred Roaming List), and baseband device updates. Identify the purpose of radio firmware. Compare IMEI and IMSI identification systems. Discover the benefits of VPN.
10 videos | 55m
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CompTIA A+ 220-1001: TCP & UDP ports
Explore common TCP and UDP ports, protocols, and their purpose. In this course, learn to tell the difference between TCP and UDP. Learn usage of well-known communication ports for FTP, SSH, Telnet, e-mail, HTTP, HTTPS, DNS, DHCP, RDP, NetBIOS/NetBT, SMB, CIFS, SLP, AFP, LDAP, and SNDP. As an exercise, you will learn how to describe features of FTP, list the ports used for both sending and receiving an e-mail transmission, and describe the benefits of DHCP.
13 videos | 1h 12m
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