Computer Literacy - Advanced Assessment

  • $10.00

This Computer Literacy - Advanced assessment is designed to measure the skills of an expert with the technical aspects of computer knowledge as well as knowledge that is NOT generally known by an average computer user. This assessment is ideal for the user who has an in depth understanding of computer hardware, operating systems, networking, security, software, and best practices when working on a computer. This assessment is appropriate for computer technicians and those whose primary job is not as a computer technician, but who still need to have an excellent understanding of computers.

A assessment for Computer Literacy - Basic is also available.

Number of questions 40
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Hardware
Operating Systems
PC Technician Best Practices
Tasks tested BIOS Upgrade
Command Line
Communication Between Devices
Configuring RAM
Configuring Video Cards
Data Backups
DDR Memory
Disk Management
DNS Settings
EIDE Channel
General Knowledge
Hard Drive Errors
Installing Windows
IP Address Routing
IP Addresses
Local Security
Network Cards
Network Standards
Network Support
Network Types
OSI Model Layer
Parallel Port
PC Familiarity
Performance Characteristics of TCP/IP
Power-Up Instructions
Primary IDE Controller
Problems Upgrading the Operating System
Routing Connections
Small Bytes Sent Between Computers
Static Memory
System Configuration
UNC Path
Updating Drivers
USB Devices
Virtual Memory Adjustment
Windows Booting
Windows Consoles
Windows Patches
Wireless Security
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)