New For A+
Linux commands are now required knowledge for the CompTIA A+.
New Lab Activity Intro to Linux Commands
As stated above a lab activity for introductory level students.
to Windows 10
A short artical and review test on Windows 10.
Windows 10 USB DVD or ISO Creation.
A lab activity for creeating Windows 10 installation media.
Compare Windows 10 Editions
A Student handout comparing Windows 10 Editions.
Unattended Windows Installation - Methods & Tools
See the Practice Test and Study Guide Pages for
NEW-Domain 5 CompTIA A+ 220-801 Practice Test and
Study Guide! This gives you a
FULL SET of Practice Tests and Study Guides for the 220-801 CompTIA
New Lab Activity for your students with
a multi-boot system.
Triple Boot Lab Activity Windows 7, XP, Vista
Also, a new lab for Windows 8, after reviewing the Introduction and
Lab Activity for Windows 8
Below, we have included some very useful information regarding the
Window 8 - Consumer Beta
system, with links to the files.
Introduction to Windows 8 Consumer Beta
Introduction to Windows 8 Pop Quiz
Common Windows 8 - Shortcut keys
The second important topic we have covered here in an introductory level is the
newly developed and marketed services of
While the actual process is not completely new, the vendor marketing has
made Cloud computing the latest craze, as well as a signal of things to come,
with link to the article.
Within the article are many valuable links to learn more technical
information about the Cloud.
Introduction to Cloud Services
New Article for MBR and EFI Partition Styles
New Hard Drive Pop Quiz for above Article
January 2012 Newsletter with new Windows 7
Introduction, test, and new Networking Domain materials and other
helpful links NOW available check the newsletters on the left.
Introduction to Windows 7 and
Lab Activities Also Available for Computer Service and Repair,
by Richard Roberts, 4th Edition! Also, be sure to
look on the Practice Test and Study Guide Pages for new issues.
These labs will take a moment to load on your computer the first
Performing a Windows 7 Clean Install
Performing a Windows 7 Upgrade to Windows XP
Performing a Windows 7 Upgrade from Windows Vista
Performing a Windows 7 - XP Mode Lab Activity
Free Linux Course
Thinking about teaching some Linux in your course. Check out this the
complete online course
on Linux. Its a
perfect solution for individualized instruction or as an advanced topic
for those over achiever students. While your at the Linux organization
website, download a free version of Linux such as Ubuntu, SUSE or RedHat.
Make your own parts identification classroom hand out or test in
just a few minutes. Simply go to TigerDirect website look at the
motherboard specifications. Right-click on an image and save it to
you pictures folder. Next, open your word processor application and
paste in the picture of the motherboard complete with labeled parts.
To make a test open the same picture in Microsoft paint program or
any paint/draw program. Use the paint program to create numbered
labels for you self made test. Insert the modified image for your
test into a Word document. Now make a list of corresponding numbers
as fill in the blank or matching. That's all there is to it.