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CompTIA A Plus 220 902 Test 5

The CompTIA 220-902 exam is one of two exams requires to obtain the CompTIA A+ (900 series). This exam will cover operating systems like Windows, Macintosh OSX and Linux as well as topics like security, software troubleshooting and operational procedures.

  • Questions: 20
  • Time: 60 seconds per question (0 hours, 20 minutes, 0 seconds)

Which tab in the Windows System Configuration utility contains the Diagnostic startup option?

  • Startup
  • Services
  • General
  • Tools

What is the name of a Microsoft Windows feature that allows for encrypting entire drives?

  • LoJack
  • Encrypting File System (EFS)
  • BitLocker
  • New Technology File System (NTFS)

Which of the Windows Task Manager tabs in Windows 8 includes the information about the network resources usage under Networking tab in previous releases of the Microsoft OS?

  • Processes
  • Performance
  • Applications
  • Services

Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool cannot be run inside Windows and requires computer restart (the utility is launched during reboot before loading the operating system).

  • False
  • True

An online Microsoft software distribution platform for games and apps is known as

  • Windows Marketplace
  • App Store
  • Windows Store
  • Microsoft Store

What is the maximum amount of partitions for a basic disk using GUID Partition Table (GPT) partition style with a Windows operating system?

  • 4
  • 64
  • 16
  • 128

When you run the CHKDSK utility with the /F switch, which of the following will occur?

  • Fixes errors on the disk
  • Displays cleanup messages
  • Locates errors
  • Displays the full path and name of every file on the disk

While using Windows Vista, what utility would you use to monitor and change security settings for internet explorer?

  • Security and Maintenance
  • Windows Update
  • Action Center
  • Windows Security Center

An operating system installation that saves all personal system settings, file locations, and applications from the older OS version is referred to as:

  • Upgrade
  • Clean install
  • Image deployment
  • Forced Installation

In Windows Disk Management utility on a local computer, a dynamic disk that has been moved from another computer and found by the local computer is labeled as what?

  • Disconnected
  • Foreign
  • Offline
  • Online

What is the file system would typically be designed to be used for optical media?

  • CDFS
  • FAT32
  • exFAT
  • NTFS

What is the name of a system component designed for monitoring security and maintenance related items in Windows 7/8/8.1?

  • Action Center
  • Windows Security Center
  • Security and Maintenance
  • Windows Update

Choose the option that is a command-line command that can be used to copy one or more files from one location to another.

  • PUSHD
  • SFC
  • COPY
  • MOVE

A system utility available in the Windows operating system that allows to roll back system files and settings to an earlier point in time is known as:

  • System Restore
  • Task Manager
  • Computer Management
  • Windows Easy Transfer

A Microsoft Windows system utility designed to improve file access speed by consolidating data stored on a disk or drive is called

  • DEFRAG
  • CHKDSK
  • DISKPART
  • FORMAT

Which DISKPART.EXE command can be used for managing the size of a disk volume?

  • ADD
  • SHRINK
  • COMPACT
  • CONVERT

What version of Microsoft Windows Vista does not have the Windows Aero as a default?

  • Windows Vista Home Basic
  • Windows Vista Business
  • Windows Vista Home Premium
  • Windows Vista Enterprise

A framework providing access to a collection of tools that can be used by administrators and advanced users to manage networks, computers, services, and other system components in Windows is known as:

  • MSCONFIG
  • CMD
  • MMC
  • MSTSC

The Security tab in Microsoft Internet Explorer allows the user to impose restrictions on web content allowed in the IE web browser.

  • True
  • False

The ability to replace computer system components without causing interruption or needing to restart the system is known as:

  • Hardware acceleration
  • Multitasking
  • Cold plugging
  • Hot swapping