Ideal equipment needed

I am self-studying for the A+ exam.

Ideally, what kind of equipment should I have at home to get hands on experience? What did you find useful?

Thanks in advance!

A+ certified
Bachelors of Science in Social Work, Augsburg College
Working on: Network+


  • NetworkNewbNetworkNewb Member Posts: 3,298 ■■■■■■■■■□
    Really don't need any equipment for the A+. But if you have a desktop computer you can tear it apart and put it back together it might help visualize what exactly is going on.

    Think I just used a book and the free professor messer videos online when I did mine.
  • ImYourOnlyDJImYourOnlyDJ Member Posts: 180
    As the above poster mentioned taking desktops apart and putting them back together is great experience. Also spend some time installing Windows if that's an option. I only used Mike Meyers all in one for study material, though a lot of people love Professor Messers classes.
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