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Input Process. output. storage
What are the four functions of computing
What number system does the PC use to compute and or process data?
The smallest unit of computer data
What is a bit
Equal to 4 bits
What is a nibble?
Equal to 8 bits
What is a byte?
Used to start the computer
Manages data flow between OS and attached devices.
Enable and disable devices
What is the BIOS?
puts incoming data onto RAM, process the data then sends commands to a monitor
How does a GPU generally work
Identify the problem
Establish a theory
test the theory
Develop a plan of action
Verify full system functionality
"I Eat The Deviled Vinegar Ducks"
List the steps the comptia testing methodology
What shape do serial and parallel ports share?
9 and 25 pin
Serial pins come in ____ and ____ varieties
What is the max speed for legacy serial ports
What is the standard setting for serial ports?
I/O address 3F8 and Interrupt 4
What is the I/O address and interrupt of Serial port 1?
I/O address 2F8 and IRQ 3
What is the I/O address and interrupt of serial port 2?
How many pins are in a parallel port?
8 bits at a time
How does a parallel port transfer data?
What is the type of port in back of a printer that uses parallel connections?
How many pins in a centronics port?
Centronics is the standard of IEEE what?
I/O address 378 and IRQ 7
What is the I/O address and interrupt of LPT1
ECP which is Enhanced Capability port and EPP which is Enhanced parallel port which increased the speed about 10 times that of the standard parallel port.
What two technology advances increased the speed of parallel ports
it is a purple 6 pin mini DIN commonly called a PS/2 port
What is the keyboard port?
it is a green 6 pin mini DIN
What is a mouse port?
It is a 15- pin analog port on a PC
Briefly describe a VGA port
Digital Video interface
What does DVI stand for?
DVI-A is an analog
DVI-D is for digital using 18 pins
DVI-I is interchangeable for backwards compatiblity
Describe the different types of DVI
An extra feature using 24 pins for improved resolution
What is Dual Link DVI?
Red,Green, and Blue
Name the colors that RCA connectors splits video signals into
uses a 20 pin connection
supports 2560 x 1600
Doesn't require scaling circuitry when being driven by an interface
capable of encryption
Describe a Display Port
What is the green port on back of an audio card used for?
What is the pink port on back of an audio card used for?
What is the blue port on back of an audio card used for?
Electrical and optical
What are the two types of S/PDIF?
Sony/Phillips Digital Interface
What does S/PDIF stand for?
Coaxial and Optical
The electrical connector on a S/PDIF uses a ____ and the optical uses a _____ port
TV and multimedia grade coaxial uses RG___
It is a pure digital port that handles video and audio in a single connection.
What is a HDMI port?
15 pins and can also be used for joysticks
How many pins does a MIDI port have?
Telephone and modem connections
What is a RJ-11 jack used for?
What is RJ-45 used for?
Name three types of fiber connectors
Name three more fiber connectors
10Base2 or Thinnet
What type of network would you see BNC connectors?
The IEEE 1394 standard describes which port?
USB standard 1.1
Speed is 12 Mbps
Cable length is 3 meters
Describe Full-Speed USB
USB standard 3.0
3 meter cable restriction
Describe Super-Speed USB
USB standard 2.0
5 meters cable restriction
Describe Hi-Speed USB
USb standard 1.1
3 meter cable restriction
Desribe Low-Speed USB
What are the most common varieties of USB 1.0 and USB 2.0 ports?
What color are USB 3.0 ports?
What is the Max speed of USB 3.0 ports?
What is the max amount of devices that can be daisy chained to a single USB connection?
Firewire, iLink, and Lynx
Name the three terms that refer to the IEEE 1394 interface
400 and 800 Mbps respectively. IEEE 1394a and the current 1394b
What are the two speeds of FireWire and the specifications?
What is the max amount of devices you can connect in a single FireWire daisy chain?
How many pins in a FireWire 800 port?
SCSI 1 SCSI 2 Ultra SCSI and Wide ultra SCSI
Name 4 different types of SCSI interfaces
68 Pin ultra-320
What is the most common SCSI interface
What is the max speed of current SCSI?
3 rows 15 pins
how many pins in a VGA port?
on back of a PC or hub
Where is a USB A port found?
EMI is Electrical Magnetic interference and is caused when two signals are close enough to interfere with each other.
What is EMI?
Electrostatic discharge occurs when two bodies are at two different electrical potentials and current is allowed to flow between them. The two bodies try to be at the potential generating current between them which is the discharge.
What is ESD?
Type C and Type ABC
What two types of fire extinguishers do you use to fight an electrical fire?
What does a UPS protect your system against?
What does s surge suppressor protect your system against?
What type of vacuum do you use on a PC?
To the "ground" portion of an outlet
Where do you attach the prong of an antistatic wrist strap to?
The internet and the manufacturer
Where are two places you can obtain a MSDS sheet
Cold and dry
What type of an enviroment is mostly likely to have ESD
A chipset is a group of chips located on a motherboard that determines: Type of processor
Amount and type of RAM
Determines external and internal devices that
Briefly describe what a chipset is
What are the three types of chipsets?
Chips are divided into North and South Bridge
Northbridge is for faster devices
SouthBridge is for slower devices
What happens in a traditional chipset?
CPU no longer had to communicate with northbridge to interact with RAM, since the CPU included a memory controller.
Northbridge called I/O hub
Southbridge called Legacy I/O hub
What happens in a modern chipset?
CPU incorporates both the memory controller and the video interface eliminating the need for a Northbridge chip. The term Southbridge no longer applies. it is referred to as the Platform Controller HUB.
What happens in a post-modern chipset?
ATX and ITX
What are the two common types of motherboard form factors?
When was the ATX form factor introduced?
6.7 x 6.7
What are the dimensions of the Mini-ITX form factor?
To avoid FCC certification (1990's)
Why was the AMR slot created?
ESD, excessive heat, power spikes, power sags
What are some factors that would cause a motherboard to go bad?
Convert high voltage AC into DC current for the computer and provides cooling.
What does a PC power supply do?
IEC 320 connector
The power connector for the AC plug in back of the power supply is known as the what?
What is the 5 volt orange wire on a power supply referred to?
4/8 pin 12v connector
What is the secondary motherboard connector referred to?
Supplies 5V and 12V and used for PATA and SCSI hard drives some PCIe motherboards and video cards
What voltages does a Molex connector supply?
Supplies 5V and 12V and used for Floppy Drives
What voltages does a Mini connector supply?
Supplies 5V and 12V and used for SATA drives
What voltages does a SATA connector supply?
Supplies 12V and used for PCIe video cards
What voltage(s) does a PCIe connector supply?
Supplies 3.3 V, 5V, and 12V and supplies power for older ATX motherboards
What is a P1(20 wire) connector?
Supplies 3.3, 5V, and 12V power for current motherboards
What voltages does the P1 (24 wire) connector supply?
Supplies 12V and used as secondary power for ATX motherboards
What are P4 and P8 connectors?
Supplies 3.3V 5V, and 12V and supplies auxillary power to motherboards
What voltages does a AUX connector supply?
Voltage x Amperage
What is the formula for Wattage?
What feature in Power supplies help to remove harmonics?
ATX and microATX
What are the two most common types of motherboards?
P1 for primary power and P4 for secondary power
What two connections do a modern ATX motherboard use?
RAM and video card
What is the function of the Northbridge?
hard drives and optical drives
What are Molex connectors used for?
5V and 12V
What two voltages do mini connectors provide?
Power Factor correction smooths out harmonics
What does PFC do?
It is an Arithmetic Logic unit responsible for taking data from CPU registers, processes and returns it back
What is a ALU?
They are memory circuits located inside the CPU that hold data before and after processing. Sort of like RAM for the CPU.
What are CPU registers?
A floating point unit handles complex calculations for applications that require it like 3 D gaming.
What is a FPU
It is ultra fast sram memory that never requires refreshing
What is cache memory on a CPU
level 1 cache is is the first and fastest and usually built into the CPU packaging
What is Level 1 cache
This defines the max amount of RAM that a CPU can theoritically address.
What is address space?
A set of specific steps that a processor uses to process commands.
What is a CPU pipeline?
Tells you how many calculation cycles a CPU can execute per second.
What is the CPU clock speed?
A quartz crystal circuit that oscillates at a fixed frequency when fed current.
What is the system crystal?
Manually via jumpers.
How were the bus speed and the multiplier set in the old days?
Using a CPUID and the system bus speed is set automatically. Although this can be set manually.
How do today's motherboards know bus speed and cpu frequency?
Used and developed 3dNow!
What did AMD use to compete with Intel's MMX new instruction set?
Simultaneous multi-threading to execute multiple threads on a single processor core developed by INTEL
What is Hyper Threading?
Because CPU clock speeds had hit a practical limit of roughly 4Ghz
Why were multicore CPU's invented
When CPUs reduce their processing cycles when a certain temperature is reached.
That is CPU throttling?
It is built in support for running more than one OS at the same time.
What is CPU virtualization?
Purely using software
How was CPU virtualization first implemented?
It is used to enable faster control over things like the L3 cache.
What is a Integrated memory controller?
The functionality of a GPU built right into the CPU for more efficient processing.
What is an Integrated Graphics Processing Unit?
Intel Core i5 and i7
A motherboard supporting LGA 1156 can accept what types of processors?
Socket 754, Socket 939, and Socket Am2
What three socket varieties does the Athlon 64 come in?
What Socket does a Pentium 4 come in?
LGA 1155 and LGA 1156
What socket does a Core i3 come in
Earpy pre-Pentium CPU's only hd a single pipeline, so only ____ single stream of commands at a time
Intel Pentium II
What was the first SEC processor called and who made it?
What helps a motherboard accommodate different voltages that it may run into?
Name an example of an enhanced register
A form of simultaneous multithreading used in Intel chips to increase performance on a single core.
What is Hyper Threading?
What processors does the LGA 1366 support?
What processors do the LGA 1155 and LGA 1156 support?
Pentium 4 Extreme edition
What processors does the LGA 755 support?
Sandy Bridge or IVY bridge architeture
What architecture does the LGA 1155 processors use?
Athlon 64 FX
The socket 940 can accommodate which processors?
Athlon 64 X2
Athlon 64 FX
The socket AM2 can accommodate which processors?
Athlon 64 X2
The socket Am2+ can accommodate which processors?
The socket Am3 can accommodate which processors?
Which processor can the Am3+ support?
Which processor(s) can the FM1 socket support?
Which processor(s) can the F socket support?
Chipset and the BIOS
What two things will determine how fast the CPU will run?
On a read only chip on the motherboard
Where is BIOS stored
Standard ATX 12 x 9.6 inches
Micro ATX 9.6 x 9.6 inches
Flex ATX 9.5 x 7 inches
What are the three ATX forms
Mini-ITX 6.7 x 6.7 inches
Nano-ITX 4.7 x 4.7 inches
Pico-ITX 3.8 x 2.8 inches
They have very low power requirements compared to ATX
What are the three smaller versions of ITX used today
up to 533 MHz
How fast does PCI-X provide?
Where are PCI-X cards usually found?
Lastest PCI standard
Usually a black connector
SPeeds up to 320 Gbps
5 Gbps is common
What is PCIe
What are the versions of PCIe that are available?
No longer in use
provided audio and Ethernet support
Describe a CNR slot
AGP 2x 133 MHz
AGP 4x 266 MHz
AGP 8x 533 MHz
Name three types of AGP standards
Absorbs sudden extra voltage and protects PC equipment
What is a surge suppressor?
Used a phosphor gun to paint or cause the phosphor to glow
Cathode Ray Tube
What is a CRT?
LCD panel creates the image
Backlight illuminate the image
Inverter sends power to the backlight
What is a LCD/LED
Not a display type
Just a form of backlighting used in LCD
What is LED
offers a wider viewing angle than LCD's
Less expensive than LCD
What is a Plasma display?
What are the three names used to describe a Keyboard/Mouse port?
Well Known Ports
What are the categories that ports are divided into?
What was the last version of Windows to come in a Sever and Professional version?
A group of networked computers all under the control of a single computer running an edition of Windows Server
What is a windows domain?
True or False: A windows XP Home computer may log into a domain.
True or false: A windows XP home computer can encrypt a file or a folder, so only you can read it.
True or false: Windows XP Media Center is exactly the same as Windows XP home except for the added media features.
When was Windows vista released?
Windows vista Home Premium
What version of windows Vista is equivalent to Windows XP Media edition?
Windows Vista Business
Which version of Vista has the same security, file sharing and access control as Windows XP Professional?
Windows Vista Enterprise
Which version of Windows Vista that isn't available in stores?
Windows 7 starter
What version of Windows 7 is the most basic version?
Windows 7 Professional
Which version of Windows 7 allows joining of domains?
Windows 7 Professional
Windows 7 Ultimate
Windows 7 Enterprise
Which versions of Windows 7 works in Windows XP mode?
The Intel Itanium in 2001
Which was the first 64-bit Intel processor?
What are the four default libraries in windows 7?
1. right click mycomputer/computer
2.Holding windows key and pressing pause/break
Name three ways to open device manager
Auto config has been turned off
What does a blue "i" on a white field in device manager mean?
2. All programs
How do y0u access system tools?
How many bits in a MAC address?
How is data moved across a network?
The connection between a pc and a switch is called a what?
AWG 22-26 gauge wire
What does twisted pair cabling consist of?
What speeds can cat 5 support?
10 gbps and 100 meter segments
What is the max speed of cat 6e
What is the max speed of cat 5e?
Cat 5e or cat 6
1000baseT needs what cat wiring?
TIA/EIA 568A and TIA/568B
What are the two wiring standards for connecting RJ-45 cable?
When was Windows XP released?
Used to create domains
What is Active Directory?
What are the three editions of XP
What is the only edition of Windows XP that is capable of logging onto a Windows Server domain?
Can log onto a SINGLE server, but not a domain
Doesn't have encrypting file system functionality
Supports only one physical processor
Name some aspects of Windows XP home
Provides ability to watch and record TV programs
Designed to organize photos, music, and video
Name some aspects of Windows XP media center
Windows Vista was released when?
UAC - User Account Center
What did Vista introduce?
Vista Home Basic
Vista Home premium
Name the versions of Vista
Targeted to the home/small office user
Equivalent of XP home
Name some details of Vista Basic
Same features of Home Baisc
Included an upgraded windows media center
Name the features of Vista Home Premium
Offered File sharing
Equivalent of XP professional
Name the features of Vista Business
Combines all the features of other Vista editions
Added a game performance tweaker
ability to rip DVDs
Name the Vista Ulitmate features
Designed for corporate enterprise environments
Included BitLocker Drive Encrption
Only can be purchased through Microsoft
Supports two CPUs
Name the features of Vista Enterprise
When was Windows 7 released?
Name the versions of Windows 7
A stripped down version designed for netbooks
Lacks advanced networking media, and graphics capabilities
focused on easy internet access
Name the features of Winows 7 starter
More networking features than Windows 7 starter
What are the features of Windows 7 Home premium
Adds the ability to join domains
Introduced windows XP mode
What are the features of Windows 7 Professional
Provides all the available features of windows 7 OS
what are the features of Windows 7 Ultimate
Only available through Microsoft
Identical to Ultimate
What are the features of Windows 7 Enterprise
Does Windows 7 starter come in 64 bit?
How many bits of data can be worked on at the same time. 32 and 64 bit denotes the data width path
32 bit processor can only address 4gb of ram
64 bit processor can address 16 exabytes
What is the difference between 32 bit and 64 bit processor
1 billion GB
What is 1 Exabyte?
Verify hardware and software compatiblity
What is the first step of an OS upgraded
Using Windows Upgrade Advisor
What is an automated way to do this?
windows 98 all versions
Windows NT 4.0 workstation SP 5
Windows 2000 Professional
Windows XP Home
Upgrading to Windows Professional from what OS's?
Some OS editions require a clean install
XP Home upgrade to any edition to all Vista editions
XP Professional can only be upgraded to Vista Buinsess and Vista Ultimate
XP media can be upgraded to Vista Home Premium and Vista Ultimate
Upgrading to Vista, is complex
Any 32 bit version of Windows Vista
Any 64 bit version of Vista
Any others require a clean install
Upgrading to Windows 7
Intel or AMD 233 Mhz
1.5 GB available
SVGA 800 x 600
What are the min requirements for XP
512 MB home basic
1GB all other versions
15 GB available
Direct X9 graphics
What are the min requirements for Vista
1 GB for 32 bit
2 GB for 64 bit
16 GB for 32 bits
20 GB for 64 bits
Direct X9 graphics
What are the min requirements for Windows 7
What are the ways you can boot an OS?
Prebook Execution Environment
Booting from a network card
What is PXE
BIOS startup options will determine or allow the computer to boot from various locations. True or False
The process of dividing the disk into seperately manageable areas
What is Hard Disk Partitioning?
GPT - globally unique identifier partition table
What are the two main partition schemes?
Master Boot record
Oldest type of partitioning
Allows four partitions to be created
What is a MBR
A primary partition
Which partition can hold the OS
No longer limited to four paritions
Theoretically unlimited number or partitions
Microsoft limits this to 128
No limit to the size parition
MBR's cannot exceed 2.2 TB
CAnnot create bootable partitions unless you are using a UEFI motherboard
What is a GPT?
What are five partition types you need to know?
Introduced with Windows 2000
Unlimited partitions (microsoft calls them volumes)
Can implement RAID span volumes over multiple drives
What is a Dynamic partition?
Any disk that is not a Dynamic disk
MBR or GPT
What is a Basic parition?
A bootable partition on an MBR drive
Up to four
What is a Primary partition?
A non-bootable partition on an MBR drive
Usually divided into Logical drives with drive letters
What is an Extended partition?
Prepares a hard disk to accept data
Creates a file system on the disk
Creates the root directory for that file system
What is File System Formatting?
What are the three file systems available in the Windows OS?
Oldest and simplest of the Microsoft file systems
Creates 512-byte sectors
Limited the disk size to 32 MB
All Windows OSs can read FAT
What is FAT
Introduced with Windows 95
Supports disk sizes up to 2 TB
Created smaller, more efficient sectors
FAT32 cannot be read fo OSs before Windows 95
What is FAT32
Originally released with Windows NT
Provides data redundancy
Supports up to 16 TB partitions on a dynamic disk
Best choice for large disks
What is NTFS?
Developed for larger USB thumb drives
Does not offer security of NTFS
What is FAT64
What are the two type of network types I need to know?
Computers are networked together
Every computer acts as a client and a server
Administration/security must be managed at each PC
Backups must occur on each PC
Workable solution for 10 PCs or less
What is a Workgroup
Computers are networked together
A server is added to the network
Shared files are centrallized on the server
Administration and security is managed in one location
What is a Domain?
It's a hidden partition
It's a primary partition
Only special BIOS tools can access these partitions
Usually a system image
What is the FActory Recovery Partition?
Allows you to stop or close a process or program
What is TASKKILL command?
Part of the windows recovery environment
Used to troubleshoot and repair startup issues
Accessed using F8 and choose Repair Your Computer
What is BOOTREC command?
BOOTREC /FixBoot - writes a new boot sector Vista/Win7
BOOTREC /ScanOS 0 scans all disks for installations that are compatible
BOOTREC /RebuildBCD 0 allows you to select installations to add to the Boot Configuration Data
What are some command options for BOOTREC?
What is DISKPART
A command utility used to manage disks, partitions, volumes.
What is CHKDSK
Checks the file system and file system directory of a volume for logical and physical errors.
What is a major requirement that CHKDSK needs?
The disk cannot have open files
What does CHKDSK /F do?
What is CHKDSK /r
Finds physical and logical errors
Attempt to recover data from any affected data
What is CHKDSK /b
Used on NTFS disks only
Clears the list of bad clusters on the volume and rescans all allocated and free clusters for errors
Using CHKDSK without switches does what?
Checks the status, but does not attempt repairs
What is the DEL command?
It is the ERASE command
what does DEL /p do
Prompts before deletion
What is the PING command?
A network troubleshooting command that verifies TCP/IP connectivity
What protocol does PING use?
It uses ICMP (internet control message protocol
What does PING /t do?
Continues to send echo requests until interrupted
What does PING /a do?
performs reverse name resolution
What is IPCONFIG?
Displays all current TCP/IP network configuration values
What does IPCONFIG/All do?
Displays full TCP/IP configuration for all adapters
What does IPCONIFIG /displaydns do?
Displays the contents of the DNS client resolver cache
What does IPCONFIG /flushdns do?
Flushes and resets the contents of the DNS client resolver cache.
What is TRACERT?
Used to trace the path of TCP/IP packets to their destination.
What does TRACERT <ip address> do?
performs trace route on the provided IP address
What does NETSTAT do?
See active TCP/IP connections
See ports that are open
See packet statistics
See routing table
What does netsat -a do?
Shows all active TCP/IP connections and open ports
What does NETSTAT -e do?
Shows internet statistics
What does the NET command do?
Used to manage almost every aspect of a network from the command line.
What is NSLOOKUP do?
Used to diagnose DNS
What does NSLOOKUP /type=X
Query different types
What does Computer management do?
A collection of tools that provide the ability to perform different tasks.
Monitor system events
Configure and manage hard disks
Manage system performance
How do you get to Computer management?
1. Control Panel-Administrative Tools-Computer management
2. Or Right-click on Computer-manage
3. Type Compmgmt.msc at the search bar
4. Through control panel-Administrator Tools-computer management
What is the Device Manager used for?
used to manage the hardware devices installed
Also used to manage device drivers
Update drivers or Rollback a driver
How do you get to Device Manager?
Control Panel (category view) - hardware and sound - Device manger
What is the Registry?
A database of settings that make the computer do whatever we need it to do.
What is Local Security Policy?
Works great for individual computers
What is the performance monitor?
Provides the ability to monitor aspects of a local and a remote computer.
in Windows Vista what was the performance monitor called?
Reliability and Performance monitor
In Windows XP what was the performance monitor called?
Name three ways to access Windows memory diagnostics
Control panel-administrative tools-memory diagnostics tool
Can be started from the Windows Boot Manager
What is Task manager?
A tool that displays programs, processes, and services that are running.
What are some features of the TAsk manager
Stop or start services
view network status
see which users are connected to the user
How do you open the Task Manager
Hit CTL ALT DEL annd choose it from the list
CTL SHIFT ESC
RIght click task manger
What is Disk management?
Provides you to manage:
Internal and external hard disks
What can you do with Disk Management?
Change drive letter
Format a drive
Change a file file system
Delete a partition
How do you open Disk Management
Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer management
How do you open Internet Options
Control Panel - internet options (icon view)
Command Prompt - control/name Microsoft
Display applet...What can it do?
Change size and text
What are Folder options?
Located in the Control panel it allows you customize how folders and files behave.
What are the most common used functionalities in Folder Options
View tab - Hidden files and folders
ability to see file extensions and OS files
What is the User Account applet?
Allows you to manage passwords
Change the account picture
Change the account type
Adjust the UAC
What is Windows 7 Homegroups?
Simplified networking for small/home office
Homegroup is created automtically created if one doesn't exist.
Vista and XP will not be able to participate
Windows 7 starter and basic you cannot create a homegroup, but can join one
What is a network share
A folder than can be made available to network computers/users
Creating a shortcut to a shared folder
Double click the computer icon and choose map network drive
Or choose tools from the menu from the file explorer window.
Mapping a drive in XP
Right click my computer
On the tools menu, choose map network drive
In Windows 7 what are the three types of networks that can be established
How do you change your network type?
Go to Control Panel
Network and Sharing Center
Choose the network link under view your active networks
What are Alternative IP Addresses ?
When the computer cannot obtain an IP address from a DHCP server it will assign itself a APIPA address.
169.254.0.1 - 169.254.255.254 - no routing
You can also assign a static IP address
What is malware?
Any program or code that takes action you do not want
Names the types of Malware
What is Grayware?
Programs that intrude the computer but do not do any real damage.
What is Spyware?
Tracks browsing habits
Invade/use your email and contact lists
Severely affects computer performance
What is SPAM?
What is a worm?
Designed to replicate over networks
Doesn't require any user activity to activate
What is a Trojan Horse?
A program that appears to do one thing, but at the same time performing an unwanted or dangerous action
What are the two methods for destroying hard data
Sanitizing the drive
What is Aero Peek and Aero Snap/
Two new features in Windows 7
What are the storage requirements for an install of Windows XP?
1.5 Hard drive space
True or False: Windows XP Professional can upgrade to any version of Windows 7?
False: You cannot upgrade to Windows 7 from any Windows XP version.
Which version of Windows 7 supports Windows XP mode?
Windows 7 Professional and up
What are the three view options for control panel in Windows 7.
Category view Large Icons and smalll icons
Using the "vssadmin list providers" command will do what type of copy?
True or false Windows Vista can encrypt removable drives.
What are the requirements for using ReadyBoost on Windows 7?
An external storage device with at least 256 MB of storage capacity.
True or False: You have to download Windows Defender with Windows Vista
True: It is not included, but it is a free download
In Windows vista using the Security center which security essentials can you turn off?
In Windows 7 Ultimate what are the default folders located in the C: directory
Program Files (x86)
In Windows 7 how can you access Event Viewer?
In Administrative Tools
Go to search and type: Administrative Tools
Hit run and type Administrative Tools
How do you use Compatibility Mode in Windows 7?
Go to the location of the executable file and right click properties and select the compatiblity tab
What are the four default libraries in Windows 7?
What is Shadow Copy?
a method of taking an automatic or manual backup or snapshot of data on a specified volume of a computer
Name four Hard Drive interfaces
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