- Feb 25, 2019
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Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 2ch | Duration: 26h
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 45.7 GB
CompTIA A+ Core 2 (220-1002) Complete Video Course is a unique video product that provides a solid understanding of A+ skills.
The 33 video lessons are broken down into four domains and cover the following topics:
About the Instructor
David L. Prowse is an author, a computer specialist, and a technical trainer. He loves computer technology and enjoys sharing with others what he has learned.
Over the past decade, he has authored more than a dozen titles for Pearson, including books such as CompTIA A+ Exam Cram and Security+ Cert Guide, and videos such as the A+ Complete Video Course.
He has more than 20 years of technology experience spanning a variety of roles, and tries to share as much of this experience with his readers (and watchers) as possible.
In addition, he has taught many computer courses including CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ to more than 2,000 students, both in the classroom and via the Internet.
He runs a support website for all of his products at
Domain 1: Operating Systems
Domain 2: Security
Domain 3: Software Troubleshooting
Domain 4: Operational Procedures
All of the objectives in the CompTIA A+ Core 2 (220-1002) exam
Test-taking techniques with interactive practice quizzes, performance-based simulations, and hands-on exercises
How to install the operating system, provide security, and understand the various operational procedures
How to troubleshoot common software issues, manage malware attacks, and properly dispose of sensitive data and equipment
Who Should Take This Course
The target audience for CompTIA A+ (Core 2) 220-1002 Complete Video Course are people looking to pass the CompTIA exam as well as those interested in entering the IT field, current computer technicians, help desk technicians, and LAN support specialists. The product focuses heavily on setting up and securing your systems and networks. Practice quizzes will help you practice your skills to see if you're ready for the exam, while the exercises and simulations will give you the practice you need to succeed in the real world.
At least two computer systems, preferably one PC and one laptop, each running Windows‚Äìbut hey, the more the better
Virtualization software and at least one Linux OS (for example, Ubuntu Linux)
At least one smartphone or tablet computer
A SOHO wireless router
A USB flash drive
A basic PC toolkit
A basic mobile device toolkit
Domain 1: Operating Systems
Domain 1, "Operating Systems," makes up 27% of the exam, starting with operating system types including macOS, Windows, Linux, Android, ChromeOS, and iOS. It then digs into Windows and Linux installations, command-line tools, and networking.