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CompTIA PC Pro
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Acend’s new LabSim for PC Pro is the essential IT training course. Covering three different exams, our all-in-one PC Pro course will take your knowledge and skill levels in PC repair and service from novice to pro. You will learn how to build, configure, and maintain a PC as well as learn the basics of networking and security. Using LabSim’s video tutorials, demonstrations, and hands-on lab simulations, you will not only be able to prove that you know the material, you will also be able to demonstrate you can perform the IT tasks employers are looking for.The LabSim for PC Pro course prepares you for three exams and two industry certifications:1) TestOut PC Pro Certification and 2) CompTIA A+ Certification ((You must pass both the 220-801 exam and the 220-802 exam to become CompTIA A+ certified)
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
1.0Computing Overview
1.1 CourseIntroduction
1.2 Usingthe Simulator
1.3 HardwareBasics
1.4Operating System Basics

2.0 PCTechnician
2.1Protection and Safety
2.2Professionalism
2.3 PC Tools
2.4 PCMaintenance
2.5Troubleshooting Overview

3.0System Components
3.1 Casesand Form Factors
3.2 PowerSupplies
3.3Motherboards and Buses
3.4Processors
3.5 Memory
3.6 BIOS
3.7Expansion Cards
3.8 Video
3.9 Audio
3.10 Cooling

4.0Peripheral Devices
4.1Peripheral Devices
4.2 Serial,Parallel, and PS/2
4.3 USB
4.4 IEEE1394 (Firewire)
4.5 DisplayDevices
4.6 DeviceInstallation

5.0Storage
5.1 StorageDevices
5.2 FloppyDrives
5.3 ParallelATA (IDE)
5.4 SerialATA
5.5 SCSI
5.6 OpticalMedia
5.7 FileSystem
5.8 RAID
5.9 AddingStorage
5.10 DiskOptimization

6.0Networking
6.1Networking Overview
6.2 NetworkHardware
6.3Networking Media
6.4 Ethernet
6.5 NetworkAddressing
6.6 IPConfiguration
6.7 IPversion 6
6.8Protocols
6.9 802.11Wireless
6.10Infrared and Bluetooth
6.11Internet Connectivity
6.12 SOHOConfiguration
6.13 NetworkUtilities
6.14HomeGroup

7.0Printing
7.1 Printers
7.2 PrinterConfiguration
7.3 NetworkPrinting
7.4 PrintingManagement
7.5 PrinterMaintenance

8.0Mobile Devices
8.1 NotebookComputers
8.2 NotebookComponents
8.3 NotebookPower Management
8.4 MobileDevices

9.0Windows System Management
9.1 WindowsSystem Tools
9.2Preferences and Settings
9.3Performance Monitoring
9.4 Usersand Groups
9.5 RemoteServices
9.6Applications
9.7 Updates
9.8 SystemProtection
9.9 VirtualMemory

10.0System Implementation
10.1Component Selection
10.2 WindowsPre-installation
10.3 WindowsInstallation
10.4 PostInstallation
10.5Virtualization

11.0 FileManagement
11.1 FileLocations
11.2Managing Files
11.3 NTFSPermissions
11.4 SharedFolders
11.5 OfflineFiles

12.0Security
12.1 BestPractices
12.2Physical Security
12.3 SocialEngineering
12.4 BIOSSecurity
12.5 MalwareProtection
12.6Authentication
12.7Encryption
12.8 NetworkSecurity
12.9Firewalls
12.10 ProxyServers

13.0Troubleshooting
13.1Motherboard, RAM, and CPU Troubleshooting
13.2 StorageTroubleshooting
13.3 VideoTroubleshooting
13.4 NetworkTroubleshooting
13.5Operating System Troubleshooting
13.6 WindowsRecovery
13.7 SystemErrors
13.8Security Troubleshooting
13.9Notebook Troubleshooting
13.10Printer Troubleshooting
13.11 DeviceTroubleshooting

14.0Capstone Exercises
14.1 Build aComputer From Scratch
14.2Troubleshoot a Malfunctioning Computer
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