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TEST4U Microsoft Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP
English version

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For Individuals

Do you need to acquire a computer certificate, or to renew an existing expired one? Are you interested in improving your knowledge and skills about computers? You can achieve it by using TEST4U from the convenience of your home!

For Enterprises

If your job is about computer education, then you stand just one step away from providing the best possible services! If you represent an educational institution, a business, or work as a public servant and you are interested in teaching the use of the operating system Microsoft Windows, then you should use the most popular learning program for office software.


What does TEST4U offer?

This edition includes educational material (exercises, tests) that will help the student learn how to perform basic functions at windows, use the notepad, work with folders and files, use copy paste, compression, print the files as desired, learn about viruses etc. This edition contains 167 Live in ates and 225 Quiz questions which will help the learner obtain a recognized computer certification and familiarize them with the examination process.

TEST4U includes test and exercises especially designed so as to cover the syllabus for computer certification acquisition or renewal. You will remain completely satisfied with the approach that the questions are designed, because the exercises are adjusted to the certification examinations of various Certification Bodies (e.g. DIPLOMA, ECDL-ICDL, Microsoft Certiport, Cambridge e.tc.).

It covers 100% the syllabus of DIPLOMA Certification Body (DIPLOMA Business Office και DIPLOMA Basic Office) and other Certifications Bodies : Ecdl Icdl (new profile, core, start 5.0), Microsoft Infotest, Vellum Cambridge, Acta, Key-cert, ICT, Globalcert.

If your knowledge is limited, we propose that, prior to practicing at TEST4U, you should watch the online video-lessons (e-courses) for each module.

Download the MS Windows 10 8 7 Vista XP Test which contains tests and exercises for practice.

For questions about participation fees (price per unit), please contact one of the certified examination centers of the Certification Body.

Last updated: 14 Sep 2018
Minimum system requirements
CPU: Pentium® 4 (or newer)
RAM: 512ΜΒ +
Hard disk free space: 1-10GB
Minimum screen resolution: 1152x864 (size of text, apps and other items 100%)

Operating system: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 English Version (updated with newer service pack - Region Format: English (United States))
Internet Explorer: 7.0+
Notepad
Paint
Continuous Internet connection is required
Syllabus
This product covers the following syllabus. You can see the sections covered as well as the number of questions by clicking on each tab.
TEST4U
  IN-ATES QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUIZ QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUESTIONS IN TOTAL
 
  167 225 392
SECTION 1First steps SAMPLE QUESTION 2 15 17
SECTION 2Basic Functions 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 4 18 22
SECTION 3Basic Functions 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 21 2 23
SECTION 4Basic Functions 3 SAMPLE QUESTION 6 20 26
SECTION 5Notepad SAMPLE QUESTION 8 6 14
SECTION 6Icons SAMPLE QUESTION 7 23 30
SECTION 7Windows SAMPLE QUESTION 11 16 27
SECTION 8Basic Concepts 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 0 17 17
SECTION 9Basic Concepts 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 0 20 20
SECTION 10Folders 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 3 19 22
SECTION 11Folders 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 24 0 24
SECTION 12Files 1 SAMPLE QUESTION 3 21 24
SECTION 13Files 2 SAMPLE QUESTION 25 0 25
SECTION 14Copy - Cut - Paste SAMPLE QUESTION 15 1 16
SECTION 15Delete - Restore SAMPLE QUESTION 8 4 12
SECTION 16Search SAMPLE QUESTION 12 6 18
SECTION 17Compression SAMPLE QUESTION 7 7 14
SECTION 18Computer viruses SAMPLE QUESTION 0 23 23
SECTION 19Prints SAMPLE QUESTION 11 7 18
ECDL v6.0
  IN-ATES QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUIZ QUESTIONS [?]
 
QUESTIONS IN TOTAL
 
  167 686 853
1. Computers and Devices 0 287 287
SECTION 1 1.1. ICT SAMPLE QUESTION 0 57 57
1.1.1. Define the term Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
0 5 5
1.1.2. Identify different types of ICT services/uses like: Internet services, mobile technology, office productivity applications.
0 52 52
SECTION 2 1.2. Hardware SAMPLE QUESTION 0 144 144
1.2.1 Define the term hardware. Identify the main types of computers like: desktops, laptops, tablets. Identify the main types of devices like: smartphones, media players, digital cameras.
0 26 26
1.2.2. Define the terms processor, Random Access Memory (RAM), storage. Understand their impact on performance when using computers and devices.
0 42 42
1.2.3. Identify the main types of integrated and external equipment like: printers, screens, scanners, keyboards, mouse/trackpad, webcam, speakers, microphone, docking station.
0 62 62
1.2.4. Identify common input/output ports like: USB, HDMI.
0 14 14
SECTION 3 1.3. Software and Licensing SAMPLE QUESTION 0 74 74
1.3.1. Define the term software and distinguish between the main types of software like: operating systems, applications. Know that software can be installed locally or available online.
0 18 18
1.3.2. Define the term operating system and identify some common operating systems for computers and devices.
0 17 17
1.3.3. Identify common examples of applications like: office productivity, communications, social networking, media, design, mobile applications.
0 21 21
1.3.4. Define the term End-User License Agreement (EULA). Recognise that software must be licensed before use.
0 9 9
1.3.5. Outline the types of software licenses: proprietary, open source, trial version, shareware, freeware.
0 9 9
SECTION 4 1.4. Start Up, Shut Down SAMPLE QUESTION 0 12 12
1.4.1. Start a computer and log on securely using a user name and password.
0 2 2
1.4.2. Log off, shut down, restart a computer using an appropriate routine.
0 10 10
2. Desktop, Icons, Settings 54 71 125
SECTION 1 2.1. Desktop and Icons SAMPLE QUESTION 9 31 40
2.1.1. Outline the purpose of the desktop and the task bar.
0 8 8
2.1.2. Identify common icons like those representing: files, folders, applications, printers, drives, shortcuts/aliases, recycle bin/wastebasket/trash.
2 17 19
2.1.3. Select and move icons.
0 3 3
2.1.4. Create, rename, move, delete a shortcut/alias.
7 3 10
SECTION 2 2.2. Using Windows SAMPLE QUESTION 16 18 34
2.2.1. Identify the different parts of a window: title bar, menu bar, toolbar, ribbon, status bar, scroll bar.
3 12 15
2.2.2. Open, collapse, expand, restore down, maximise, resize, move, close a window.
12 5 17
2.2.3. Switch between open windows.
1 1 2
SECTION 3 2.3. Tools and Settings SAMPLE QUESTION 29 22 51
2.3.1. Use available help functions.
1 2 3
2.3.2. View the computer's basic system information: operating system name and version number, installed RAM.
7 2 9
2.3.3. Change desktop configuration settings: date and time, volume settings, background, resolution.
8 7 15
2.3.4. Change, add, remove keyboard language. Change default language.
0 4 4
2.3.5. Shut down a non-responding application.
1 1 2
2.3.6. Install, uninstall an application.
8 2 10
2.3.7. Connect a device (USB flash drive, digital camera, media player) to a computer. Disconnect a device using an appropriate routine.
2 0 2
2.3.8. Capture a full screen, active window.
2 4 6
3. Outputs 21 19 40
SECTION 1 3.1. Working with Text SAMPLE QUESTION 10 11 21
3.1.1. Open, close a word processing application. Open, close files.
4 2 6
3.1.2. Enter text into a document.
1 0 1
3.1.3. Copy, move text within a document, between open documents. Paste a screen capture into a document.
0 5 5
3.1.4. Save and name a document.
5 4 9
SECTION 2 3.2. Printing SAMPLE QUESTION 11 8 19
3.2.1. Install, uninstall a printer. Print a test page.
2 1 3
3.2.2. Set the default printer from an installed printer list.
3 3 6
3.2.3. Print a document from a word processing application.
2 0 2
3.2.4. View, pause, restart, cancel a print job.
4 4 8
4. File Management 92 105 197
SECTION 1 4.1. Introducing Files and Folders SAMPLE QUESTION 37 46 83
4.1.1. Understand how an operating system organises drives, folders, files in a hierarchical structure. Navigate between drives, folders, sub-folders, files.
1 14 15
4.1.2. Display file, folder properties like: name, size, location.
5 1 6
4.1.3. Change view to display files and folders like: tiles, icons, list, details.
7 6 13
4.1.4. Identify common file types like: word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, portable document format (pdf), image, audio, video, compressed, executable files.
0 8 8
4.1.5. Open a file, folder, drive.
3 6 9
4.1.6. Recognise good practice in folder, file naming: use meaningful names for folders and files to help with searching and organisation.
0 3 3
4.1.7. Create a folder.
5 0 5
4.1.8. Rename a file, folder.
3 1 4
4.1.9. Search for files by properties: all or part of file name using wildcards if necessary, content, date modified.
12 6 18
4.1.10. View list of recently used files.
1 1 2
SECTION 2 4.2. Organising Files and Folders SAMPLE QUESTION 44 14 58
4.2.1. Select individual, adjacent, non-adjacent files, folders.
6 4 10
4.2.2. Sort files in ascending, descending order by name, size, type, date modified.
8 6 14
4.2.3. Copy, move files, folders between folders, drives.
16 0 16
4.2.4. Delete files, folders to the recycle bin/wastebasket/trash and restore to original location.
13 3 16
4.2.5. Empty the recycle bin/wastebasket/trash.
1 1 2
SECTION 3 4.3. Storage and Compression SAMPLE QUESTION 11 45 56
4.3.1. Identify the main types of storage media like: internal hard disk, external hard disk, network drive, CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, USB flash drive, memory card, online file storage.
0 20 20
4.3.2. Identify file size, folder size, storage capacity measurements like: KB, MB, GB, TB.
0 18 18
4.3.3. View available space on a storage device.
4 0 4
4.3.4. Understand the purpose of file, folder compression.
0 7 7
4.3.5. Compress files, folders.
4 0 4
4.3.6. Extract compressed files, folders to a location on a drive.
3 0 3
5. Networks 0 104 104
SECTION 1 5.1. Network Concepts SAMPLE QUESTION 0 82 82
5.1.1. Define the term network. Outline the purpose of a network: to share, access data and devices securely.
0 18 18
5.1.2. Define the term Internet. Identify some of its main uses like: World Wide Web (WWW), VoIP, e-mail, IM.
0 40 40
5.1.3. Define the terms intranet, virtual private network (VPN) and identify their main uses.
0 10 10
5.1.4. Understand what transfer rate means. Understand how it is measured: bits per second (bps), kilobits per second (kbps), megabits per second (mbps), gigabits per second (gbps).
0 10 10
5.1.5. Understand the concepts of downloading from, uploading to a network.
0 4 4
SECTION 2 5.2. Network Access SAMPLE QUESTION 0 22 22
5.2.1. Identify the different options for connecting to the Internet like: phone line, mobile phone, cable, wi-fi, wi-max, satellite.
0 16 16
5.2.2. Define the term Internet Service Provider (ISP). Identify important considerations when selecting an internet subscription option like: upload speed, download speed and quota, cost.
0 4 4
5.2.3. Recognise the status of a wireless network: protected/secure, open.
0 1 1
5.2.4. Connect to a wireless network.
0 1 1
6. Security and Well-Being 0 100 100
SECTION 1 6.1 Protecting Data and Devices SAMPLE QUESTION 0 35 35
6.1.1. Recognise good password policies like: create with adequate length, adequate character mix, do not share, change regularly.
0 7 7
6.1.2. Define the term firewall and outline its purpose.
0 3 3
6.1.3. Understand the purpose of regularly backing up data to a remote location.
0 17 17
6.1.4. Recognise the importance of regularly updating software like: anti-virus, application, operating system software.
0 8 8
SECTION 2 6.2. Malware SAMPLE QUESTION 0 34 34
6.2.1. Understand the term malware. Identify different types of malware like: virus, worm, Trojan, spyware.
0 12 12
6.2.2. Be aware how malware can infect a computer or device.
0 13 13
6.2.3. Use anti-virus software to scan a computer.
0 9 9
SECTION 3 6.3. Health and Green IT SAMPLE QUESTION 0 31 31
6.3.1. Recognise ways to help ensure a user’s well-being while using a computer or device like: take regular breaks, ensure appropriate lighting and posture.
0 15 15
6.3.2. Recognise computer and device energy saving practices: turning off, adjusting automatic shutdown, backlight, sleep mode settings.
0 2 2
6.3.3. Recognise that computers, devices, batteries, printer cartridges and paper should be recycled.
0 4 4
6.3.4. Identify some options available for enhancing accessibility like: voice recognition software, screen reader, screen magnifier, on-screen keyboard, high contrast.
0 10 10

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