One of the computers on the manufacturing floor is having problems with the barcode reader that inventories all new products. Which of these interfaces would most commonly be used with this reader?
There are some application development best practices that can help to make your code as secure as possible. In this video, you’ll learn about input validation, XSS prevention, and error handling.
With adapter cards, we can customize our computers, add new capabilities, and upgrade their features. In this video, you’ll learn about adapter card architectures and the use of adapter cards to extend computer video, multimedia, I/O, and communications.
We rely on the BIOS to test our computer and start our operating systems, but what is really happening under the surface? In this module, you’ll learn about the BIOS works and we’ll demonstrate the basics of starting and configuring BIOS settings.
One of your clients has asked for an audio input into their laptop computer for recording voice memos. What is the best audio input jack to use for casual voice applications?
Which one of these devices is an input device?
Professor Messer’s Free CompTIA A+ Certification Training Course – Input, Output, and System Resources
The most basic operations of our personal computers involve inputting data, allocating system resources, and outputting the results.
For your computer to do anything, it first has to know where to start. Fortunately, our personal computers have many ways of getting information into the system so that processing can begin. In this CompTIA A+ video module, we’ll show you some of the most common input methods and some specialty input devices.