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A+ Operating Systems for Technicians

A+ Operating Systems for Technicians

By: Cheryl A. Schmidt (author), Todd Meadors (author)Paperback

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Contents

Chapter 1: The Operating System Environment 1.1 Understanding Software1.2 Understanding Hardware1.3 Understanding Types of Users1.4 Understanding the Operating System1.5 Understanding Classifications of Operating SystemsChapter 2: Basic Operating System Theory2.1 Understanding the User Interface2.2 Understanding Application Management2.3 Understanding File System Management2.4 Understanding Hardware Management2.5 Understanding the Operating System KernelChapter 3: DOS and DOS Command Line3.1 Understanding DOS and the DOS Command Prompt in Windows3.2 Understanding the DOS Tree Structure3.3 Understanding the Types of DOS Commands3.4 Understanding Drive Related Commands3.5 Learning about Wildcard Characters3.6 Learning about Redirection and Filtering3.7 Learning about Batch Files3.8 Learning about Additional CommandsChapter 4: Windows 984.1 Understanding Windows 984.2 Managing Files and Folders4.3 Understanding the Windows 98 Registry4.4 Understanding the Pre-installation Steps of Windows 984.5 Understanding How to Install and Upgrade Windows 984.6 Troubleshooting the Windows 98 Installation4.7 Understanding How to Dual-Boot Windows 98 and NT4.8 Understanding How to Dual-Boot Windows 98 and 2000 Professional4.9 Configuring Windows 984.10 Understanding the Boot Process4.11 Troubleshooting Application Problems4.12 Understanding Shutdown ProblemsChapter 5: Windows NT5.1 Understanding Microsoft Windows NT5.2 Managing Files and Folders5.3 Understanding NTFS Compression5.4 Understanding the Windows NT Registry5.5 Understanding the Pre-installation Steps of Windows NT5.6 Understanding How to Install and Upgrade Windows NT Workstation5.7 Troubleshooting the Windows NT Installation5.8 Configuring Windows NT Workstation5.9 Understanding the Boot Process5.10 Understanding Task Manager, Event Viewer, and Windows NT Diagnostics5.11 Troubleshooting a Service That Does Not Start5.12 Monitoring System PerformanceChapter 6: Windows 20006.1 Understanding Windows 2000 Professional6.2 Managing Files and Folders on Windows 20006.3 Understanding Compression and Encryption on Windows 2000 Professional6.4 Understanding the Windows 2000 Registry6.5 Understanding the Pre-installation Steps of Windows 20006.6 Understanding How to Install and Upgrade Windows 2000 Professional6.7 Troubleshooting the Windows 2000 Professional Installation6.8 Understanding How to Dual-Boot Windows 2000 Professional and Windows NT6.9 Configuring Windwos 2000 Professional6.10 Understanding the Windows 2000 Professional Boot Process6.11 Troubleshooting a Service That Does Not Start6.12 Monitoring System PerformanceChapter 7: Windows XP7.1 Understanding Microsoft Windows XP7.2 Understanding the Pre-Installation Steps of Windows XP7.3 Understanding How to Install and Upgrade Windows XP7.4 Troubleshooting the Windows XP Installation7.5 Understanding How to Dual-boot Windows XP7.6 Backing up and Restoring the Windows XP Registry7.7 Configuring Windows XP7.8 Understanding Microsoft Management Console7.9 Understanding the Boot Process7.10 Understanding Task Manager, Dr. Watson and Event Viewer7.11 Monitoring System PerformanceChapter 8: Introduction to UNIX/Linux8.1 Understanding the Linux Operating System8.2 Learning about the Linux Hierarchy8.3 Understanding the Types of Commands8.4 Navigating the Tree Structure8.5 Creating and Removing Directories8.6 Managing Files8.7 Learning Additional Commands8.8 Learning about Pattern Matching (Wildcard Characters)8.9 Learning about Redirection and Filtering8.10 Learning to Write Shell Script ProgramsChapter 9: Introduction to Networking9.1 Understanding Networking9.2 Understanding Network Topologies9.3 Understanding Network Cabling9.4 Understanding Access Methods9.5 Understanding Network Standards9.6 Understanding the OSI Model9.7 Understanding Network Protocols9.8 Configuring Networking9.9 Troubleshooting Networks9.10 Configuring a Networked Printer9.11 Understanding Dial-up Networking (DUN)9.12 Learning about Internet SoftwareAppendix I: Number Conversions

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  • ISBN13: 9781576761069
  • Format: Paperback
  • ID: 9781576761069
  • weight: 1225
  • ISBN10: 1576761061

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