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Personal Computer OS Support
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Troubleshooting, Maintaining, and Upgrading Operating Systems
- Describe maintenance issues for operating systems.
- Describe troubleshooting techniques for operating system-related problems.
- Compare the process of upgrading an operating system to an original installation.
The Networking of Operating Systems
- Explain how networking functions in operating systems.
- Describe common networking problems.
- Explain the key networking concepts that affect operating systems.
The Security of Operating Systems
- Describe the security features of modern Windows® operating systems.
- Describe steps to secure modern operating systems.
- Explain the factors that contribute to an operating system’s security.
Installing and Supporting Operating Systems
- Describe how to install Windows operating systems.
- Identify areas of concern when installing and maintaining operating systems.
- Explain how operating systems are supported.
Introducing Operating Systems
- Identify components and functions of operating systems.
- Compare operating systems to other software.
- Describe factors that lead to upgrades in operating systems.
- Compare versions of the Windows operating system.
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