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CompTIA A+ Practice Test (220-1102)

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CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Information

The CompTIA A+ certification is designed for IT professionals who are skilled in supporting today's advanced technologies such as security, cloud services, and data management. It's the go-to certification for anyone starting a career in IT. The 220-1102 exam is the second part of the CompTIA A+ 1100 series, coming after the 220-1101 exam.

The CompTIA A+ 220-1102 exam is one of the two tests you need to pass to get your CompTIA A+ certification, which is known as a great starting point for IT careers. This particular exam focuses on software, operating systems, security, solving software problems, and operational procedures. It's different from the 220-1101 exam, which is more about hardware, network technology, and mobile devices. The 220-1102 exam proves you know how to manage and support different IT systems, which is important for jobs like support specialist, field service tech, desktop support analyst, and help desk tier 2 support.

Here's what the 220-1102 exam covers: a big part is operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile systems. You need to know how to install, set up, and manage these systems. Security is also key, where you have to understand how to protect against malware and attacks, both physically and online. You'll also need to be good at figuring out and fixing issues with operating systems, apps, and security. Lastly, the exam tests you on operational procedures like documentation best practices, licensing, professional behavior, and basic methods for preventing and recovering from disasters. This exam makes sure IT professionals can handle a wide range of problems in modern IT settings.

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