FREE SERVICE FOR ISOLATED PEOPLE.
REMOTE Computer Repair & Maintenance
Anywhere in the World.
(English speaking preferred)
FREE SERVICE FOR ISOLATED PEOPLE.
Helping you to avoid ongoing computer errors.
* Remote Secure Connections.
* Person 2 Person.
* You may be Present Throughout Service.
* Tuition. Offered To Clients On Request.
* System & Software Analysis.
* Assistance with Add-On Devices (Printer, Audio, Etc.)
* Windows 10. Systems Check, Apps, Up-Dates, Etc.
Alternative arrangements can be established.
- HOW TO MAKE CONTACT WITH PULPKULT.
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Linux-MINT Home WebSite.
Here are some Skills I have trained for over the years.
PC Repair & Servicing
Key topics PC Components.
• Examine the major components of PC systems. Main features of CPUs and their associated slots and sockets. Explore memory types and the various types of expansion buses.
Symbols, Terminology, Ports, and Cables
Examine ranges of components, connectors, cables, and ports. Basic mathematical and electrical concepts. Working with Modules
Disassemble a PC. Examine the features of modules. Explore possible sources of faults and discover remedies for these.
Configuration Techniques and Software Solutions
Examine the main steps in configuration. Explore I/O addresses, DMA channels, IRQs, and PnP. Examine issues associated with BIOS and CMOS. Discover, Windows tools, to resolve resource conflicts and other faults.
Install IDE hard drives, SCSI devices, and partition drives.
Working with Printers, Scanners, and Modems
• Examine different types of printers and for each, explore possible sources of faults as well as solutions. Identify and correct faults associated with scanners. Consider issues associated with modems, ports, and connections.
Prevention, Maintenance, and Viruses
• Consider a variety of faults/hazards, such as viruses, that may affect PCs, and (gain the knowledge to advise others on methods of prevention.
• Examine components and protocols involved in networks, (discover how to install those network(s)). Examine hubs and switches, internet-working and intranet-working, deal with security issues relating to networks.
Using Multimeters and Tools
• Use of tools, such as nut drivers, pliers, and diagonal cutters. Use multimeters to solve a variety of different problems.
Troubleshooting techniques familiarise with common problems and solutions associated with specific components. Troubleshoot systems including ‘Portable Computing.’
Explore problems that arise using solid-state memory devices, and how these problems can be solved. Perform a number of different upgrades on laptops. Hard Disks Theories and Practices
Explore DOS, FAT, FAT32, and NTFS. Examine, backing-up hard disk data. Recover data from damaged disks and resurrect system(s) after a hard disk failure.
Key topics of the Web
Explore different types of websites, as well as their typical features, and their purposes. Examine the principles of various website designs. Create interesting website experiences. Consider design constraints. Planning and Designing Website(s).
Consideration of the importance of ensuring the website's design also meets the needs and tastes of your target clients. Colour, theory, and basic visual design. Structure website’s effectiveness and designs an easily understandable navigation system.
Preparing Assets for Websites.
The use of text, images, animations, videos, and sounds on websites. Considering the importance of using these media carefully and adhering to guidelines for visual layout. Create images with Adobe Photoshop and animations with Adobe Flash. Constructing Websites Principles
Construct websites using both HTML and authoring packages, and consider the advantages and disadvantages of each. Adhere to web standards, to ensure that websites function in a range of browsers. Examine web hosting and processes of publishing websites to servers.
Constructing Websites: Advanced Principles
• Examine additional complex principles of website design. Rollovers, forms, and cascading style sheets. Develop setting up websites that accept online payments through Paypal (& others). Optimize websites for top results in search engines.
Key topics Computer Hardware.
Examine the development of computers to present-day forms. As well as the technology that has made this development possible. Consider how the various elements of computers interact and the different ways in which computers can communicate with each other. Principles of Programming
Principles of programming. Consider for what purposes a variety of different programming languages are typically used.
Explore the stages of data processing.
Elements - Computer Programming
• Basics of coding systems. Discovery, computations in binary arithmetic, and the differences between various number systems. Examine logic gates and the different types of data representation.
• Examine different operating systems, how operating systems function. High-level languages such as COBOL, FORTRAN, and Pascal.
Data Processing and Organisation
Basics of programming in Visual Basic.
Microsoft Office 2007 Master
Getting Started with Word 2007
Working with Text and Paragraphs in Word 2007
Structuring, Editing, Saving, and Opening Documents in Word 2007
Printing, Help, and Automated Formatting in Word 2007
Working with Documents in Word 2007
Advanced Formatting in Word 2007
Advanced Document Navigation and Document Reviews in Word 2007
Using Tables, Charts, and Graphics in Word 2007
Advanced-Data Manipulation Features in Word 2007
Advanced Document Features in Word 2007
Collaborative Features in Word 2007
Getting Started with Excel 2007
Manipulating and Formatting Data and Worksheets
Reviewing and Printing in Excel 2007
Excel 2007 Formulas and Functions
Excel 2007 Charts, Pictures, Themes, and Styles
Advanced Formatting in Excel 2007
Advanced-Data Management in Excel 2007
Advanced Customization in Excel 2007
Analyzing Data in Excel 2007
Protecting and Sharing Excel 2007 Workbooks
Exchanging Data with Excel 2007
Getting Started with PowerPoint 2007
Adding Graphics to Presentations in PowerPoint 2007
Adding Multimedia and Animations to Presentations in PowerPoint 2007
Creating Custom Slide Shows in PowerPoint 2007
Distributing Presentations in PowerPoint 2007
Getting Started with Outlook 2007
Formatting and Managing E-mail in Outlook 2007
Using the Calendar in Outlook 2007
Using Contacts, Tasks, Notes, and Customizing the Interface in Outlook 2007
Completing Searches, Printing Items, and Working with RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007
Customizing Outlook 2007 and Using the Journal
Configuring Rules, Alerts, and Junk E-mail Settings in Outlook 2007
Working with SharePoint, Calendars, and Forms in Outlook 2007
Data Security, Archiving, and Working Offline in Outlook 2007
Instant, Text, and Unified Messaging in Outlook 2007
Business Contact Manager with Outlook 2007
Getting Started with Access 2007
Basic Access 2007 Tables
Basic Access 2007 Forms
Queries and Reports in Access 2007
Importing and Exporting Data and Data Presentation in Access 2007
Programmability and Administration in Access 2007
Database Administration in Access 2007
ISTQB Foundation Certificate
in Software Testing.
Fundamentals of Software Testing
Testing Throughout the Software Life Cycle
Static Techniques and Test Design in Software Testing
Black-Box Software Testing Techniques
White-Box Software Testing Techniques
Software Test Management
Configuration Management, Risks, and Incidents in Software Testing
Tool Support in Software Testing.
MCSE on Windows Server 2003 Track
Windows Server 2003: Basic Concepts
Windows Server 2003: Managing Users, Groups, and Computers
Windows Server 2003: Managing Resource Access
Windows Server 2003: Managing Hardware, Disks, and Logical Devices
Windows Server 2003: Managing the Server Environment
Windows Server 2003: Managing Disaster Recovery
Mentoring 70-290 Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
TestPrep 70-290 Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
Exam-insight For 70-290 Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment (Exam 70-290) Express Guide
Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining TCP/IP
Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining DHCP
Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Name Resolution
Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Network Security
Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Remote Access
Windows Server 2003: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing
Windows Server 2003: Maintaining a Network Infrastructure
Windows Server 2003: Planning the Network Infrastructure
Windows Server 2003: Planning for Name Resolution
Windows Server 2003: Implementing Routing and Remote Access • Windows Server 2003: Planning for Network Availability
Windows Server 2003: Planning Server Roles and Server Security
Windows Server 2003: Planning a Security Infrastructure
Planning and implementing an Active Directory infrastructure
Planning Active Directory Services
Active Directory Sites, Replication, and Trusts
Implementing Active Directory Users and Groups
Planning and implementing Group Policy
Windows Server 2003: Planning a Security Infrastructure
Installing Windows XP Professional
Managing Files, Folders, and Devices in Microsoft Windows XP
System Reliability and the Desktop in Windows XP Professional
Networking Protocols and Services in Microsoft Windows XP
Backup and Security Settings in Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Designing the Infrastructure
Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Creating the DesignMicrosoft Windows
Server 2003: The Network Services Infrastructure Conceptual and Logical Design
Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Designing RAS Services for the Network Infrastructure
Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Network Infrastructure and Active Directory Physical Design
Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Network Infrastructure Physical Design II - Internet Connectivity
Windows Server 2003: Security Basics
Windows Server 2003: Logical Network Security
Windows Server 2003: Securing Clients
Windows Server 2003: Physical Network Security
Windows Server 2003: Securing Data and Server Roles
Windows Server 2003: IIS Security and Firewalls
I carried out studies “Online,” used videos, books, along with any -
- media available to top-up and up-date new skills.
Owing to the time restraints of studying and working at the same time.