Monday, February 22, 2021

Comptia A+ Core 1 Practice Tests from Simulationexams.com

 


Simulationexams.com recently updated Comptia A+ Core 1 Practice Tests, consisting of 400+ questions with detailed answers and explanations for each question. The recent update includes some bug fixes and corrections to a few questions.

The exam topics covered are PC hardware such as motherboarts, memory, SATA hard disks, flash drives, monitors, etc. PC Operating Systems including Windows 10, and Android, Network troubleshooting, Mobile devices, Computer security, and Professionalism and planning.

You may download the practice tests by going to the product page. The software may be purchased online using program interface and online activation is enabled so that one can activate the software online soon after license purchase.

The software is available along with labsim which offers hands-on practice for exam preparation. Labsim is particularly useful for attending to scenario based questions (also called performance based questions).

Disclaimer: Please note that simulationexams.com is not affiliated with Comptia and all practice tests material is copyright of simulationexams.com

Monday, February 08, 2021

CompTIA A+ Core exam simulator with Lab simulator

CompTIA A+ Core exam simulator with Lab simulator software consists of 350+ practice questions with flashcards along with Lab Simulator which provides 50+ lab exercises from the latest syllabus of CompTIA® A+ Core 1 (220-1001) as well as A+Core 2.

Practice Question types including multiple-choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blanks, drag-n-drop. The Free Demo version supports only 25 questions. Lab Simulator for CompTIA® A+ provides hands-on experience for candidates intending to prepare for A+ certification. Check out the link for information and a demo https://www.certexams.com/comptia/a+/comptia-aplus-exam-sim-with-labsim.htm

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Certexams.com Comptia A+ Practice Tests Released

 Certexams.com, a leading exam simulators and network simulators provider, released Comptia A+ Exam Sim with Labsim for candidates preparing for Comptia A+ certification exams. Comptia A+ is among the most reputed computer hardware and operating systems certification, widely recognized in USA and many other countries.

The practice tests offered by certexams.com consists of 300+ questions with flash cards. The practice tests along with lab simulator provides a good hands on experience for A+ exams preparation. For obtaining A+, one needs to pass two exams, namely 220-1001 (A+ Core 1) and 220-1002 (A+ Core 2). There is no pre-requisite for appearing for these exams.

Certexams.com A+ Core practice tests consists of MCQs, drag n drop, and exhibit based questions with recently added performance based questions. Download is free for evaluation and you may purchase after evaluating the software.

Other practice exams and network sims offered by certexams.com include CCNA, Juniper JNCIA, and CCNP exam sims. Please checkout the website for available practice tests, network simulators, and exam simulators.

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Simulationexams.com Comptia A+ Practice Tests - Discount Offer

 SimulationExams.com is offering Thanksgiving discount on it's Comptia A+ Practice Tests and Comptia A+ Labsim along with several other products. A+ practice tests, offered by the website consist of hundreds of realistic questions with answers, thoroughly reviewed and short listed. 

Other Comptia practice tests available include Security+ and Network+. Lab simulators are also available and discount offer is applicable these products also. Practice tests, along with lab simulator provides a good platform for A+ certification preparation. As you might be knowing, A+ certiffication, offered by Comptia, consists of two exams, namely Comptia A+ Core 1 and Comptia A+ Core 2. A+ Core 1 deals with basic knowledge based questions and A+ Core 2 is more advanced and tests the candidates experience in configuring and solving computer hardware and operating systems related problems. Recently, mobile devices and cloud platforms have been introduced into the A+ syllabus. 

The A+ Labsim offers dozens of labs for hands-on practice. The labsim works in virtual environment and there is no need for any physical devices. Labsim is available for Network+ exam. Trial version is free to download, install and run. The software may be activated online soon after the purchase.

About A+ Certification: A+ Certification, a vendor neutral certification, is offered by Comptia organization and the  most widely known cert in the area of computer hardware and operating systems. The practice tests consist of hundreds of questions with answers and explanation for each question. 


Monday, November 16, 2020

Comptia A+ Labsim from Simulationexams.com

 Simulationexams.com released Comptia A+ Labsim with advanced features and up to date lab exercises. Advanced features enable you to configure the labs for any given requirement. For example, you may show or hide "show answer", or "review" buttons depending on your need. The labs include the following:

1.PC Hardware

1.1 Identifying motherboard components

1.1.1 Identify the connectors names in a motherboard - 1

1.1.2 Identify the connectors names in a motherboard - 2

1.1.3 Identify the components of an ATX (Micro ATX) motherboard -1

1.1.4 Identify the components of an ATX (Micro ATX) motherboard -2

1.1.5 Identifying the display connector types

1.1.6 Identify the SATA2 connectors in a motherboard (hotspot)

1.1.7 Identify the PCI slots in a motherboard (hotspot)

1.1.8 Identify the CMOS battery in a motherboard (hotspot)

1.1.9 Identify the 24-pin ATX power connector in a motherboard (hotspot).

1.2 Identifying DDR2/3 , SODIMM , and other memory modules

1.3 Identifying certain features of memory types (such as DDR3 , DDR2 etc.)

1.4 Identifying DDR3 DIMM and inserting it into a motherboard slot

1.5 Identifying certain features of CPU cooling types

1.6 Identifying the different connector types.

1.7 Identify the different USB connector types.

1.8 Identify the components of Mini ITX motherboard

1.9 Identify the components of Micro ATX motherboard

2. Networking

2.1 Identifying Base-T Ethernet standards (such as 802.2e , 802.3i etc. ) and their names

2.2 Arrange the color codes of the T568B connector in the correct order.

2.3 Identifying the fiber connector types (such as ST , SC, FC etc)

2.4 Identifying the port numbers of a TCP/IP protocols.

2.5 Identifying certain features of TCP/IP protocols (such as HTTP, SMTP etc.)

2.6 Identifying functions of Ipconfig labels (such as ipconfig ,ipconfig/all etc.)

2.7 Identify the private IPv4 address.

2.8 Identifying speed ranges of 802.11 standards

2.9 Identifying characteristics of Internet WAN technologies

2.10 Identifying the network characteristics managed by QoS (such as Bandwidth , Jitter etc.)

2.11 Identifying twisted pair cable types( such as CAT3 , CAT5 etc.) with their speeds

2.12 Compare shielded vs unshielded twisted-pair cables

2.13 Identifying the IPv6 link local address

3. Laptops

3.1 Accessing special keyboard functions with the Fn key.

4. Printers

4.1 Identify the basic components of a Laser printer

4.1.1 Identify the laser printer components -1

4.1.2 Identify the laser printer components - 2

4.1.3 Identify the laser printer components - 3

4.2 Identifying the characteristics of various printer types (such as Laser , Inkjet etc.)

4.3 Identifying features of Laser printer components

4.4 Identifying certain features of laser printing process (such as cleaning, writing etc)

5. Operating Systems

5.1 Identifying certain features (such as Aero , Bit-locker , etc.) of windows OS

5.2 Identifying the certain features of networking command tools (such as Copy, SFC etc.)

5.3 Identifying the Processes tab function of Windows Task Manager in Windows 7/8 PC.

5.4 Identifying the options to open Local Users and Groups (Local) window in Windows 7/8 computer.

5.5 Identifying functions of “User and Groups” options in windows 7 PC

5.6 Identifying the features of NTFS permissions and Share permissions .

5.7 Identifying the System action resulting from different combinations of the duplex and speed modes.

5.8 Identifying the Recovery Console command tools and their respective features

5.9 Identifying the MSCONFIG options and their respective functions/features

5.10 Identifying the features of File attributes ( such as Read-Only , System(S) etc.) .

5.11 Identifying the windows OS “Power Options” and their features.

5.12 Identifying the features of File system types (such as FAT16 , FAT32 etc.)

5.13 Identifying the characteristics of Operating System Administrative tools

5.14 Identifying the certain features of Command line utilities ( such as MSCONFIG, MMC) of Windows OS

5.15 Identifying unique features of Windows OS types

5.16 Changing the refresh rate in Windows 7

5.17 Identifying the display standards of Windows OS and their resolutions

5.18 Connecting to a remote desktop using windows 7

5.19 NTFS permissions and Share permissions

5.19.1. To share folders with other users on your network

5.19.2. To change read only attributes on files and folders

5.19.3. To set, view, change, or remove file and folder permissions

5.20 User account creation , configuration and authentication

5.20.1. Creating a new user account

5.20.2. To change user account password

5.20.3. To change user account control settings

5.20.4. To change the user account type

5.20.5. Removing user accounts

5.21 Configuring windows 7 power options

5.22 Configuring windows 7 updates settings

5.22.1 Turing ON/OFF recommended updates.

5.22.2. Turning ON/OFF automatic updates.

5.23 Configuring Local Security Policy

5.23.1 Setting Account lockout policy

5.23.2 Setting Password policy

5.24 Configuring hardware settings using Device Manager

5.25 Disabling Startup Programs in Windows 7

5.26 Troubleshooting startup issues using Bootrec.exe tool in windows RE (Recovery Environment)

5.28 Windows 10 Labs

5.28.1 Disabling start up program in Windows 10

5.28.2 Connecting to remote desktop in Windows 10

5.28.3 Changing the refresh rate in Windows 10

5.28.4 Changing Power Plan Settings in Windows 10

5.28.5 Creating new user account in Windows 10

5.28.6 Changing user account control settings in Windows 10

5.28.7 Changing user account password in Windows 10

5.28.8 Removing user account in Windows 10

5.28.9 Changing user account type in Windows 10

5.28.10 Creating a system image backup of Windows 10

5.28.11 Setting up and uploading files to OneDrive in Windows 10 new

5.28.12 Backup files to another drive in Windows 10 new

5.28.13 Restore the files backed-up before in Windows 10 new

5.28.14 Formatting hard drive in Windows 10 new

5.28.15 Turning On/Off BitLocker for Data Drive in Windows 10 new

5.28.16 Installing/Updating graphic card driver in Windows 10 new

6. Security new

6.1 Creating a team using Microsoft Teams

6.2 Joining a meeting using Microsoft Teams

7. Security

7.1 Identifying Security threat features - 1( such as Malware , Spyware etc.)

7.2 Identifying Security threat features - 2 ( such as Viruses , Worms etc.)

7.3 Identifying functions of digital security methods (such as Antivirus , Firewall etc.)

7.4 Identifying various features of physical security methods (such as Tokens , Biometrics etc.)

7.5 Identifying various features of data destruction/disposal methods ( such as Low level format , Standard format etc.)

7.6 Set SSID on a generic WAP router.

7.7 Disabling SSID broadcast using the simulator.

7.8 Enabling the MAC address filtering in the WAP device.

7.9 Configure security encryption to WPA 2 with pass phrase

7.10 Pinging to DHCP server

7.11 Configuring Wireless Security on an Access Point (WEP)

8. Mobile Devices

7.1 Identifying the various methods to secure mobile devices (such as Passcode locks , Remote wipes etc.)

8.2 Steps to configure Email on android and iphone devices

8.3 Identifying the features of mobile devices (such as ARM , Bluetooth etc.)

8.4 Identifying basic features of mobile operating system ( such as ACPI , OSPM etc.)

8.5 Connecting smart phone to a wireless network

8.6 Connecting smart phone to PoP3 email server

9. Troubleshooting

9.1 Identify the troubleshooting tools

9.2 Identifying the functions of various troubleshooting tools ( such as Fixmbr , Fixboot etc.)

9.3 Identify the networking troubleshooting command

9.4 Troubleshoot WiFi connection on a Windows Work Station

9.5 Configuring IP address, subnet mask, default gateway statically on a Windows client

10. Appendix

10.1 Installing PATA/IDE drives

10.2 Installing SATA drive

10.3 SCSI drives

10.4 Inserting a memory card and reading its contents

10.5 Degaussing a CRT

10.6 Changing the relative position of the second monitor and changing its resolution to match native resolution

10.7 Stripping and terminating RJ-45 connector

10.8 Installing laptop memory

10.9 Replacing a laptop hard drive

10.10 Using a wireless toggle switch on a laptop to enable the NIC

10.11 Inserting and removing a PC Card (Card Bus or Express Card)

10.12 Using a docking station.

10.13 Replacing the laptop battery

10.14 Flashing the laptop’s BIOS

10.15 Installing and sharing a printer and then testing its functionality

10.16 Changing the toner cartridge.

10.17 Troubleshoot hard drives and RAID arrays with appropriate tools

10.18 Troubleshoot printers with appropriate tools

10.19 Troubleshoot, and repair common laptop issues while adhering to the appropriate procedures

10.20 Troubleshoot common problems related to motherboards, RAM, CPU and power with appropriate tools

10.21 Troubleshoot common video and display issues

You may download a free version of the software for Comptia A+ Labsim and try the labs available with the trial version.

Monday, November 09, 2020

Comptia A+ Practice Tests for iOS

Simulationexams.com released practice tests for CompTIA A+ Core 1 and A+ Core 2 (220-1001 and 220-1002) for use with iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad. The products come in two versions, 1. free version, limited to 60 questions, and 2. full version with 350+ questions with flashcard explanation.

The products may be downloaded from here:
A+ Core 1 Exam Simulator: https://www.simulationexams.com/ios/download/comptia/aplus-core1.htm
A+ Core 2 Exam Simulator: https://www.simulationexams.com/ios/download/comptia/aplus-core2.htm

You may view all the Android/iOS/MAC apps available from Simulationexams.com here:
https://www.simulationexams.com/android-ios-apps.htm

Disclaimer: Simulationexams.com is not associated or not affiliated with CompTIA® or any other company. A+ is the trademark of the CompTIA organization and is duly acknowledged. 

Friday, September 25, 2020

ExamGuides CompTIA A+ Lab Simulator Update

CompTIA A+ Certification is the most recognized certification in the field of Computer hardware and Operating systems, It validates the candidate’s knowledge in computer hardware and different operating systems. If the candidates want to get A+ certification, need to pass A+ Core 1 220–1001 and Core 2 220–1002 exams.

If you are really intended to pass and become CompTIA A+ certified ExamGuides is the best site that offers cram notes and lab simulators based on the new objectives of CompTIA A+ certification. Lab Simulator provides detailed labs with help files for candidates to get hands-on experience before taking the exam. The important features of A+ LabSim are given below:

Labsim Features:

  • Includes several ready-made labs based on new objectives
  • Provides lab manual with detailed steps for each lab exercise
  • Help improve practical IT skills
  • Can help you learn the knowledge needed to pass the a+ certification exam

You may also interested in the practice test for CompTIA A+ certifications. Please click on the CompTIA A+ Practice tests to download.

About ExamGuides.com: ExamGuides is one the best website provides online training for the certifications like CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, Server+ and others. Here you find exam cram notes for a quick review of concepts, required for taking any certification exam.

About CompTIA A+ Certification: A+ Certification, awarded by CompTIA® organization is the most widely recognized certification in the area of PC hardware and software technologies. To attain A+ certification, one needs to pass 220–1001 and220–1002. These exams basically test the skills in assembling a computer, troubleshooting, and the ability to work with various operating systems.

Disclaimer: Examguides.com is not associated or affiliated with CompTIA® or any other company. All trademarks are duly acknowledged. A+™ is the trademark of the CompTIA organization and is duly acknowledged.