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Software Loading Facility
Transcript of Software Loading Facility
Facilities What is a Loading Facility? The definition is
"A loading facility to complete a software installation or upgrade using the best option available to ensure that the installation runs smoothly and as efficiently as possible. "
Some of these options include CD, DVD, floppy disk and downloaded installation files. CD •Almost all computer systems have a CD drive or a compatible DVD or Blu-ray drive.
•Storage capacity and read/write speeds are fairly good.
•Fast data transfer speeds. DVD •Not all types of CD are compatible with all CD drives, example a CD-R will not work with a CD-ROM drive.
•Storage size is often too small for modern software applications.
•Read/write speeds is not the fastest. •Large storage capacity.
•Fast read/write speeds.
•Almost all modern computer systems will have a DVD drive or a compatible Blu-ray drive.
•Fast data transfer speeds. •Not all types of DVD compatible with all DVD drives. For example DVD R+,DVD R-, DVD RW+,DVD RW-,DVD RWRw+,DVD RWRw-, Hard Disk •Very large storage capacity.
•Very fast read/write speed.
•Fast data transfer speeds. •Internal hard disks are not portable and external hard disks are less portable than an optical disc. •Very large storage capacity.
•Compatible with almost all modern computer systems.
•Good read/write speed. •Data transfer speeds of currently not as fast as modern hard disks and optical disc drives. However with USB 3 this is improving. USB Today's Lesson! Lesson Objectives Lesson Agenda Whats the plan Learners can identify Loading Media
Learners will be able identify industry related tools relating to Loading facilities
Learners will be able to demonstrate understanding of relevant parts of the installation and upgrade process Recap on last weeks lessons - 5 min's
Questions answers - 3 min's
This weeks topic - 20 min's Quick Class Task :- In pairs list 5 pieces of software that you have installed - HOWEVER THEY MUST BE ONE PER DIFFERENT MEDIUM (5 Min's) USING THE POST-IT Notes. Class Question What does USB Stand for? Universal Serial Bus developed in the mid-1990s USB 1.0 specification, which was introduced in January 1996 USB 2.0 specification was released in April 2000 USB 3.0 specification was published on 12 November 2008 History Downloaded Content Examples of Loading Software Norton Ghost Windows Installer Alcohol Installer Class Task Using you newly gained knowledge, create a small information booklet that explains the different ways to install software and the mediums that this can be done using Class Task What Does CD Stand for? Compact Disc Prototypes were developed by Philips and Sony independently in the mid and late 1970s. The two companies then collaborated to produce a standard format and related player technology. What Does DVD Mean? Class Task Digital Versatile Disc invented and developed by Philips, Sony, Toshiba, and Panasonic in 1995. DVDs offer higher storage capacity than Compact Discs while having the same dimensions And finally!! Next Weeks Lesson Installation of software procedure’s – Logging of information, Serial Numbers i.e new PC creation OS installed license ticked off as used. Software storage locations. Your Equipment Requirements!! Pen's/Pencils and Paper/Notebook or Computer with Word