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CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1101) Complete 35 hrs Complete Course & PDF Guides


Price:  10.00 USD | Size: 9.14 GB | Duration : 35 Hours | 32 Modules | 180+ Video Lessons | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.9




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Price:  10.00 USD | Size: 9.14 GB | Duration : 35 Hours | 32 Modules | 180+ Video Lessons | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.8


CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1101) Complete 35 hours Course & PDF Guides



CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1101) Complete Video Course (Video Training) features 35 hours of video training that serves as your complete resource to get exam ready for the updated CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1101) exam. The course acts as a full study resource so you can gain a solid understanding of A+ skills. David L. Prowse provides a hands-on approach to learning, covering all objectives in the exam but also going deeper with demos and labs–both live-action hardware and virtual software–so you can see in real time how to troubleshoot and fix real hardware, software, and network problems.

CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1101) Complete Video Course (Video Training) contains 32 lessons that start with an overview of mobile devices, networking, hardware, and software analysis, including storage devices, CPUs, motherboards, add-ons, printers, etc., before covering virtualization, cloud computing, hardware, and network troubleshooting.

While other courses teach with slides only, best-selling author David L. Prowse gives you the real-world training you need by

Examining hands-on configuration labs in real time

Exploring troubleshooting techniques: highlighting how to determine and then fix common problems that you’ll find on the exam and in your work

Building a computer live on camera so you can see first-hand how to accomplish this key task

Topics include

Module 1: Mobile Devices

Module 2: Networking

Module 3: Hardware

Module 4: Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Module 5: Hardware and Network Troubleshooting


Skill Level

Intermediate to Advanced

Learn How To

Install and configure laptop hardware

Compare, contrast, connect, and configure mobile devices

Troubleshoot motherboards, CPUs, RAM, hard drives, RAID arrays, video, and mobile devices

Use network tools such as twisted-pair cabling and testing tools, patch cable, loopback cables, and Wi-Fi analyzers

Configure networking: IPv4, IPv6, subnet masks, VLAN, etc.

Who Should Take This Course

Anyone looking to pass the CompTIA exam

Anyone interested in entering the IT field

Current computer technicians, help desk technicians, and LAN support specialists

Table of contents


CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1101): Introduction

Module 1: Mobile Devices

Module introduction

Lesson 1: Installing Configuring Laptop Hardware

1.1 Laptop Overview

1.2 Hard Drive Replacement

1.3 SO-DIMM Memory Upgrade and Analysis

1.4 Power and Speakers

1.5 Keyboard Touchpad

1.6 Screen and Frames

1.7 CPU, System Board, and Mini PCIe

1.8 Cellular Cards

1.9 Wi-Fi Bluetooth

1.10 More Laptop Components Peripherals


Lesson 2: Laptop Display Types and Associated Components

2.1 Types of Laptop Displays

2.2 Display Functionality

2.3 Inverter

2.4 Digitizers Touchscreens

2.5 Webcams and Microphones Laptop Re-assembly


Lesson 3: Laptop Features

3.1 Keyboard and Touchpad Functionality

3.2 Ports Adapters

3.3 Docking Stations and Port Replicators

3.4 Laptop Security


Lesson 4: Compare Contrast Mobile Devices

4.1 Tablets

4.2 Smartphones

4.3 Wearable Technology

4.4 E-readers, Smart Cameras, and GPS


Lesson 5: Connect Configure Mobile Devices

5.1 USB and Vendor-Specific Ports

5.2 Wireless Connections

5.3 Memory Upgrade

5.4 Protecting a Smartphone

5.5 Mobile Accessories


Lesson 6: Mobile Device Networking

6.1 Enabling and Disabling Wireless Technologies

6.2 Mobile Hotspot

6.3 USB Tethering

6.4 Bluetooth

6.5 Mobile E-mail

6.6 Radio and ID


Lesson 7: Mobile Device Synchronization

7.1 Data Synchronization

7.2 Synchronization Methods

7.3 Synchronizing to the Automobile

7.4 Mobile Device Management

Module 2: Networking

Module introduction


Lesson 8: Ports Protocols

8.1 Introduction to Networking

8.2 TCP Vs. UDP


8.4 E-mail Protocols

8.5 FTP, SSH, and Telnet

8.6 DHCP Part 1

8.7 DHCP Part 2

8.8 DNS


8.10 SMB, CIFS, AFP, and SNMP


Lesson 9: Network Devices

9.1 Switches

9.2 Routers

9.3 Access Points

9.4 Firewalls

9.5 Ethernet-based Devices

9.6 Patch Panel to RJ45 Jack Connections

9.7 SDN


Lesson 10: SOHO Network Configurations

10.1 SOHO Router/Access Point Configuration

10.2 Encryption Types

10.3 NIC Configuration

10.4 IoT Devices

10.5 NAT and Port Forwarding

10.6 DMZ

10.7 More SOHO Router Configurations


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