We are glad to announce that Anand Software and Training Pvt Ltd. is now making it’s software available for iOS platforms, like iphone and iPad. The company has recently made avaiable free CCNA exam simulator for iOS devices. You may find the link to AnandSoft store here:
We will be making available other practice tests over the coming weeks, please check out the link for more available practice tests.
You may download CCNA practice tests for iOS here:
The exam simulators are available for Android smart phones and other devices already.
We have released iOS version of the following products:
Check out the same. The full versions will be made available during the coming day, and will be posted accordingly.
Desktop Windows versions are available here:CCNA CCENT, CCNA ICND2, and CCNP
Disclaimer: CCNA(R) is a registered trademark of Cisco Systems(R) and duly recognised. Anand Software and Training is not affiliated with Cisco(R) Systems, or any other company.
CertExams.com recently updated its Juniper Network Simulator with Designer for JUNOS(TM) to include the following features:
- It is now possible for the users to:
- Bookmark the labs for reviewing later
- Color coding completed lab exercises, labs under progress, and labs yet to be attempted
- Progress bar: A progress bar indicates the extent of lab that has been completed, and what’s remaining. It indicates when the lab is successfully completed.
- A few bugs have been fixed
Download the software here:
Disclamer: CertExams.com is not associated with Juniper Systems. Juniper, JUNOS are the trademarks of Juniper Systems and duly acknowledged.
CertExams.com released practice tests for CompTIA Server+ exam. The practice tests conform to the latest exam objectives and will have 300+ questions with answers and flash card explanations.
There have been a few changes between the old and new Sever+ exam objectives. Most importantly, some old topics have been removed. The removed topics include a few on SCSI interface, IDE/EIDE, Hierarchical Storage Management, RAID 3, 5, 0+1, EPROM, IRQ conflicts, RISC/CISC processors, DLT/DAT, etc. Some of the topics included are hypervisors, cloud topics, etc.
Check out the practice tests here:
You may be interested in other exam simulators:
A+ Essentials 220-901, A+ Practical 220-902, Network+, and Security+ practice exams.