A+ Guide to Managing & Maintaining Your PC

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REVIEWING THE BASICS 1. What is the purpose of the Windows.old folder? 2. How can you delete the Windows.old folder? 3. By default, when does Vista automatically defrag a drive? 4. Using Vista, what type of command prompt window is needed to run the Chkdsk command? 5. What is the path to the startup folder for each user in Windows Vista? 6. What is the path to the startup folder for all users in Windows Vista? 7. What utility does Vista use to manage startup programs? 8. What Vista window is used to uninstall software? 9. What is the path to the Windows XP startup folder for each user? 10. What is the path to the Windows XP startup folder for all users? 11. What is the normal path of the Windows paging file used for virtual memory? 12. What is the path to the Internet Explorer cache folder in Windows Vista?
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13. Why is it important to not store a back up of drive C on another partition on the same hard drive? 14.
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course ITSC 1425 taught by Professor Bush during the Summer '10 term at Dallas Colleges.

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