This bootcamp is intended for students interested in pursuing a career in supporting complex IT infrastructure with understanding of most common hardware and software technologies. This course teaches students to become proficient in the inner workings and configuration of a microcomputer and the role of system software. It is a hands-on class that covers the assembling disassembling of a PC. Students also learn about electricity, formatting hard drives, device drivers, as well as how software works with hardware. Topics also include the fundamental concepts of operating systems, installation, configuration and upgrading of operating systems, diagnosing and troubleshooting operating systems, basic concepts of networking, and Internet connectivity troubleshooting. Current and emerging operating system technologies are identified and analyzed. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the requisite knowledge and skills to prepare for the A+ Certification Examination.