Why choose FAT32?

During the formatting of a new external USB-connected hard drive, you have the choice of NTFS or FAT32 file systems. Which one of these would be a reason to choose FAT32 over NTFS?

How do you determine the effective permissions?

You have set permissions on a set of files in an NTFS folder, and you have a different set of permissions on a network share to the same NTFS folder. When someone connects to the share across the network, how do you determine the effective permissions?

CompTIA A+ 220-701: 3.3 – Upgrading Windows

Upgrading the Windows operating system can be uneventful if you follow some simple procedures. In this video, you’ll learn how to upgrade Windows XP to Windows Vista, and you’ll see what happens when drivers aren’t available after an upgrade is complete. << Previous Video: Installing Windows 2000Next: Post-Installation Tasks >>

CompTIA A+ 220-701: 3.3 – Installing Windows XP

Windows XP is one of the most popular operating systems around, and a CompTIA A+ certified professional will certainly be installing and managing many Windows XP desktops. In this video, we’ll step through a complete installation of Windows XP from beginning to end.

CompTIA A+ 220-701: 3.3 – Installing Windows Vista

The Windows Vista operating system takes a departure from previous Windows versions with a streamlined installation process. In this video, we’ll take you from beginning to end with a clean install of Windows Vista on one of our virtual machines.

CompTIA A+ 220-701: 3.3 – Directories and Files

File management of the Windows operating system is a mix of files, folders, attributes, and permissions. In this video, you’ll learn about Windows file systems, the structure of directories, and how files are named and managed. << Previous Video: Command Line UtilitiesNext: Planning a Windows Installation >>