Windows XP Professional is the successor to Windows 2000 Professional. Windows Server 2003 is the successor to Windows 2000 Server.
FAT (File Allocation Table)
It makes it possible to install Windows on a MAC computer as a dual boot with MAC OS X. - Blue Box page 43 of A+ Guide to Managing & Maintaining Your PC - 6th edition.
It is an application located in your utilities that allows you to run windows programs on your MAC. NEWLY REALIZED
This unenlightened question is found on many A+ certification exams, First, I will tell you the that they want. Then I will tell you why there is no correct .
The that they want you to write in is "Linux." This is in spite of the fact that Linux scales even higher than Unix and has more features, thereby making most Unix implementations the "scaled-down" operating system.
In order for something to be legally called a "version of Unix", it must undergo a rigorous certification process. No Linux distro has ever undergone this process, and so cannot be called a "version" of Unix. So then you would have to look at what certified Unix systems are commonly used in the server market. The only certified Unix systems still commonly used on the server market are Solaris 10, AIX and Mac OS X. All three of these systems scale very highly, which makes them unsuitable as an .
1. Right-click the device and click Uninstall on the shortcut menu.
The Windows registry holds application configuration settings, software and hardware settings and user preferences. The registry can be modified by advanced users using the 'regedit' tool.
Either Control panel system or task manger performance
Because no one makes programs that run in 16 bits anymore. Now they make 32 bit programs, and even some 64 bit. There are rumors of the soon to come 128 bit, but that isn't here yet. So while a 16 bit windows may run fine, none of the programs anyone uses would run on it. It is, therefore, legacy.
16-bit Windows software is considered to be legacy software because it is software written for DOS or Windows 3.x and data is accessed 16 bits at a time, whereas computers running Windows 2000 or later OSs use 32-bit or 64-bit programs written to be able to access 32 or 64 bits of data at a time.
To open the Disk Management utility, use one of these methods:
#1. For Windows XP, click Start, Control Panel or for Windows 2000, click Start, Settings, Control Panel
Then: Open the Administrative Tools applet. The Computer Management window opens. Click Disk Management. The disk Management window opens
#2. Click Start, Run and enter Diskmgmt.msc in the Run dialog box. Press Enter.
*page 50 of CompTIA A+: Guide to Managing & Maintaining Your PC by Jean Andrews
go to Microsoft and down load a driverCheck the manufacturers website for updated drivers. They are usually located under a 'Support' or 'Downloads' section.
Right-click anywhere on the desktop and select Properties from the shortcut menu or use the Display applet in Control Panel to access Display Properties. From this window, you can change the background, screen saver, color scheme, icon settings, color range, screen resolution, screen refresh rate, and drivers.
Alt + Tab, Win or Ctrl+Esc, Alt+F4, and Ctrl+Alt+Del
it is a proprietary operating system of microsoft. it is a upgradetion of 2003. it is 64bit o/s, and it has many more inbuilt server services.
512 bytes of data
The CD, and Floppy Disk drives can be controlled by the BIOS upon startup.
In real mode, an application has complete access to all hardware resources. In protected mode the OS controls how an application can access hardware.
Just type "ver" at Windows' command prompt.