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CompTIA A+ Part 3: Peripherals and Best Practices

Course Summary

This is Part 3 of 3 in the CompTIA A+ 220-801 series. This introductory course covers all the essential information you need to get started with a career as a computer technician.


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    Course Syllabus

    Using SOHO Devices
    - 26m 45s

    —Introduction 0m 59s
    —Overview of Linksys Router User Interface 3m 5s
    —Status Tab 2m 27s
    —Setup Tab 1m 55s
    —Wireless Tab 3m 30s
    —Channels Selection 1m 48s
    —SSID Broadcast 0m 52s
    —MAC Address Filtering 4m 47s
    —Security Tab 0m 44s
    —Port Forwarding and Triggering 6m 3s
    —Summary 0m 30s
    Laptops
    - 33m 3s

    —Introduction 1m 8s
    —LCD 3m 42s
    —LCD-LED 0m 33s
    —Organic LED (OLED) 0m 46s
    —Plasma 0m 35s
    —Laptop External Displays 1m 28s
    —PCMCIA/PC Card 2m 38s
    —CardBus 1m 39s
    —PCI ExpressCard 1m 40s
    —Mini-PCI/PCI(e) 0m 33s
    —Docking Stations/Port Replicators 1m 37s
    —Power Options 1m 7s
    —Batteries 2m 45s
    —Upgrades 5m 58s
    —Function Keys 3m 2s
    —Security 3m 52s
    Printers
    - 1h 0m
    Computer Safety
    - 23m 1s
    Environmental Control Practices
    - 18m 21s
    Professional Practices
    - 25m 0s
    Incident Response and Documentation
    - 14m 56s
    Preparing for Your CompTIA A+ 220-801 Certification Exam
    - 32m 50s
    Next Steps
    - 10m 23s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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