Windows 2000 may not be one of the most modern operating systems, but it’s still used in organizations around the world. In this video, you’ll learn how to perform a clean install of Windows 2000 on a VirtualBox VM.
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.
You’ve got a Windows XP computer, and you’re working on upgrading to Windows Vista. Your Windows XP computer has 384 MB of RAM, 100 GB of free disk space, and the processor runs at 1 GHz. Does your computer have the proper hardware requirements to run Windows Vista?
You’ve been asked to upgrade an associate’s computer from Windows 2000 to Windows XP. The computer has 64 MB of RAM, 1 GB of free disk space, a 300 MHz processor, and VGA video capabilities. Can this computer be upgraded to Windows XP?
The operating system is the fundamental software component of any computer. In this video, you’ll learn the fundamentals of operating systems and the requirements for Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000.
You’ve just completed upgrading a Windows 2000 computer to Windows XP. Which one of these tasks would not be typically performed at the end of the upgrade?
You’ve been asked to install Windows XP on some older computers. How much RAM is required to install Windows XP Professional?
You’re planning to upgrade an older computer to Windows XP, but you first need to be sure the existing operating system can be upgraded in-place to keep the end-user’s configuration and files intact. Which one of these operating systems cannot be upgraded to Windows XP?
You need to install a minimally configured Windows XP operating system on a PC. Which one of these configurations will support your requirements?