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KNOW ABOUT COMPUTER–

Posted by librarykvongole on February 14, 2012

Q.

One byte consists of

1

four bits

2

one bit

3

ten bit

4

eight bits

Ans: 4

Q.

ENIAC was

1

an electronic computer

2

an engine

3

a memory device

4

an electronic calculator

Ans: 1

Q.

The operating system called UNIX is typically used for –

1

Desktop computers

2

Laptop computers

3

Supercomputers

4

All of these

Ans: 4

Q.

There are several primary categories of procedures. Which of the following is not a primary category of procedures?

1

Testing

2

Backup and recovery

3

Firewall development

4

Design

Ans: 3

Q.

All of the logic and mathematical calculations done by the computer happen in/on the –

1

Central processing unit

2

Mother board

3

Memory

4

Central control unit

Ans: 1

Q.

The connection between your computer at home and your local ISP is called –

1

The last mile

2

The home Stretch

3

The home page

4

The backbone

Ans: 3

Q.

When speaking of computer input and output, input refers to –

1

any data processing that occurs from new data input into the computer

2

data or information that has been entered into the computer

3

the transmission of data that has been input into the computer

4

Both (C) and (D) above.

Ans: 4

Q.

Computer software can be defined as–

1

the computer and its associated equipment

2

the instructions that tell the computer what to do

3

computer components that act to accomplish a goal

4

an interface between the computer and the network

Ans: 2

Q.

The main memory of a computer can also be called –

1

Primary storage

2

Internal memory

3

Primary memory

4

All of these

Ans: 3

Q.

Which of the following is not a type of computer software which can be thought?

1

Off-the-shelf

2

Tailor-made

3

Custom-developed

4

Off-the-shelf with alterations

Ans: 4

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