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IT Fundamentals
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IT Fundamentals[edit]

Reading Guide[edit]

This reading guide is a collection of Wikipedia articles supporting the Wikiversity course IT Fundamentals, available at http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/IT_Fundamentals.

Overview
Lesson 1 - Hardware
Personal computer
BIOS
Lesson 2 - Peripherals
Peripheral
Electrical connector
Lesson 3 - Operating Systems
Operating system
Mobile operating system
Open-source software
64-bit computing
Lesson 4 - Virtualization
Virtualization
Virtual memory
Cloud computing
Streaming media
Lesson 5 - Installation and Configuration
Installation (computer programs)
Windows Update
Software license
Control Panel (Windows)
System Preferences
Lesson 6 - Applications
Productivity software
Collaboration software
Utility software
Filename extension
Lesson 7 - File Systems
Disk partitioning
Master boot record
GUID Partition Table
File system
File Allocation Table
NTFS
HFS Plus
ext4
Defragmentation
Lesson 8 - File Management
File manager
File shortcut
Keyboard shortcut
File attribute
File system permissions
Screenshot
Computer accessibility
Lesson 9 - Commands and Scripting
Command-line interface
Pipeline (Unix)
Redirection (computing)
Path (computing)
cmd.exe
Terminal (OS X)
Linux console
Batch file
Shell script
Lesson 10 - Networking
Computer network
Wireless network
IP address
Shared resource
Lesson 11 - Internetworking
Internetworking
Router (computing)
Wi-Fi
Internet service provider
File transfer
Peer-to-peer file sharing
Lesson 12 - Security
Internet security
Password manager
Hardening (computing)
Multi-factor authentication
Lesson 13 - Safety
Internet safety
HTTP cookie
Public key certificate
Personally identifiable information
Computer recycling
PC power management
Electrostatic discharge
Physical ergonomics
Lesson 14 - Support
Troubleshooting
Computer maintenance
Backup
Backup rotation scheme
Lesson 15 - Mobile Devices
Mobile device
Bluetooth
Voice over IP
Multi-touch