Wednesday, June 29, 2016

HOW TO– View VCE Files for FREE

Posted By: The Funky Tech Guy - 4:53:00 PM

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So you've read the official guide, watched all the CBT Nuggets and TrainSignal videos and got some hands on experience either at work or using a LAB environment. All you need now is to do some practice questions to prepare you for the exam. This is where a site such as examcollection.com comes in which holds practice questions for many different exams in the form of VCE files. They claim the VCE files are free,which it is, however, you still need their software ,the VCE Exam Simulator.
Many of you would know by now that the .vce files downloaded from exam collections have an encryption that can crash any previous version of the software. So if you bought their software a while back,guess what,you wont be able to use it any longer as it seems they have become greedy and went for a subscription model. This essentially means you can only rent imagetheir software and can never buy it outright and also means that whenever you want to study and prepare for an exam,you will have to fork out quite a hefty sum of money.

Below you will find my guide on an alternative way on how to view vce files.
Part 1 - How to view .VCE Files - Preparation and pre-requisites
Part 2 - How to view .VCE Files - Configuration and Demo
The Pre-requisites
  • Blue stack player. You can download it here.
  • If you don't have a google account,get one here. google account
  • VCE Files free sign up if you haven’t already

1. Install the Blue Stack Player . Essentially this is an Android emulator giving you the ability to install almost any android app or game. Installation is very simple. SImply follow the prompts. You will soon find out its allot more useful than just for VCE. Using it to play your favourite android game in full screen with great graphics is just one Smile Enjoy


2. You will need to access the Android Play Store and for thatimage you will need a google account. Most of you will already have one but in case you don't you can head over to https://accounts.google.com/signup

3. Open the Blue Stack Player,fine the search field and type A+ Player.
Click Search and complete the One time setup
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Follow the prompts and complete the sign in process.

4. After signing in you will have access to the Google Play Store
Follow any further prompted actions.
Now that you have the base and the pre-requisites installed go to page 2 for the fun bits
If you are not keen on reading then follow this step by step video - how to guide.

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1 comments :

Anonymous said...

thanks !!

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