Action Computers is a value added reseller and computer service provider in Denver Colorado. Action can provide computer support for all of your computer, network and server needs. Action Computers has been providing computer and networking support in the Denver Metro area since 1993. Action Computers repairs computer slow down, lockups and other annoying computer system problems caused by virus, spyware or hardware and software failure. We repair desktops, notebooks and servers. Action Computers also sells quality name brand computer hardware and software. Our experience shows in our ability to solve your computer and network problems in a timely manner. Our goal is to solve your computer, server, network, internet and printer problems at the lowest cost to you. We will work hand and hand with you during the planning stage, and then complete your work on time and under budget.

The popular A+ certification for PC technicians was established in 1993 by CompTIA

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The popular A+ certification for PC technicians was established in 1993 by CompTIA and is an Industry-recognized certification of competency and excellence in PC Repair.

As a CompTIA™ A+ Authorized Service Center, Action Computers is a step above the ordinary. In a crowded industry, being an A+ Authorized Service Center shows our customers that we take computer service and repair seriously.

We believe that customer service and satisfaction are paramount to our business and strive to provide the highest possible quality in those areas, employing certified, knowledgeable Technical Professionals that share our passion for taking care of our customers.

CompTIA A+ Certification is the standard in the Tech Industry

The aim of the A+ certification is to demonstrate a basic knowledge of supporting micro-computers. The certification is achieved by taking two computer-based multiple-choice examinations. The A+ certification is widely recognized in the computer industry, and significantly improves a technician's ability to secure and keep employment.

The course consists of two modules - a hardware module which covers the physical components of a PC, their configuration, function and installation in addition to providing a solid understanding of operating systems and the use of boot files, virtual memory, device drivers, system errors and general system troubleshooting.

The second module covers Windows Desktop and Server operating systems in more detail, adding to the core module's foundations to ensure a proper understanding of configuration and boot files as well as covering the proper set-up and installation of devices to run in a Windows environment. The exam also includes a number of questions regarding system optimization including memory management, caching and power management.