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Well Written Feb. 22 2010
By John R. Reed - Published on Amazon.com
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I am an MCSE NT4 that has had a 4 1/2 year hiatus from IT work. My first read through an A+ book was in 1998 which was comparatively a bland textbook read. Myers has done a nice job with this book, even entertaining on occasion. I am quickly getting caught up on areas I missed. It is very unfortunate the CompTIA group can't seem to connect with Microsoft on their timing of OS releases. It would be nice to have Windows 7 addressed in this book.
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Test references don't match information in chapters Feb. 21 2011
By Morgana1981 - Published on Amazon.com
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I use the software that came with the book to test myself on what I've read. While doing so, I noticed that with some of the chapter test questions, the process being referenced doesn't show up until several chapters further into the book. For example, one of the Chapter 4 questions talks about the Windows 2000/XP boot process. This process isn't even discussed in the book until Chapter 14. This textbook has a lot of information, especially for a class given 9 days to absorb it..the software included does not need to confuse us..or have us frantically scanning the chapter we read wondering why we can't find the "referenced" answer. I can't say for sure how effective this textbook is at helping someone study for the Comptia A+ exams because I haven't taken mine yet.
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Great book! March 2 2012
By A+ Instructor - Published on Amazon.com
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I am an A+ instructor and this is by far the best book and instructor set of materials I have used. Mike Meyers is very knowlegeable as well as entertaining. He is passionate about IT and has done an outstanding job. It certainly would have been nice to have Windows 7 in on this round but it was not the fault of Mike Meyers or his publishers. Cant wait to see the next round.
Great book with a lot of information April 21 2014
By Claudia Lucero - Published on Amazon.com
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A great book! if you are going to prepare for the A+ exam you need to read this book. I got a use copy for a very good price. Get educated and ready reading this book. It also came with a CD. I highly recommend it!
good Nov. 22 2013
By EddyBadinga-Vonga - Published on Amazon.com
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good tool
this item met my expectation. I would recommend whoever to buy it for future need. No doubt, this what people should be looking for


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