Recapitulation All About Computers 1- A _________is a

Recapitulation All About Computers 1- A _________is a

Recapitulation All About Computers 1- A _________is a device that allows you to input data, process data quickly and efficiently, receive outputs and store data. a) Computer b) Refrigerator c)

Television d) None 2- Basic benefits of a computer system are a) Speed b) Accuracy c)

Diligence d) All of the above. 3- Match the followings. a) First Generation Transistors b)

Second Generation Integrated Circuit c) Third Generation Vacuum Tube d) Fourth Generation Artificial Intelligence e)

Fifth Generation Microprocessor 4- Examples of First-generation computers are a) UNIVAC b) ENIAC c)

K computer d) Both a & b 5- Second-generation computers used symbolic or assembly languages. a) True b) False

6- VLSI stands for a) Very Large Scale Integration b) Very Low Scale Integration c) Very Large Scale Interchange d) None

7- Desktop, notebook, tablet PC and handheld computers are examples of a) Super computer b) Midrange computer c) Mainframe computer d)

Microcomputer 8- Minicomputers are also known as Midrange Computers. a) True b) False 9- Information System is made up of these five parts a)

Hardware, Software, Data, Users and Process b) Hard drive, Software, Data, Users and Procedures c) Hardware, Softcopy, Data, Users and Printer d) Hardware, Software, Data, Users and Procedures 10- The Software of a computer system refers to the organized sets of instructions.

a) True b) False 11- ___________includes input/output, processing, storage and communication devices. a) Software b)

Hardware c) Information system d) None 12- Data consists of raw facts and figures . a) True b)

False 13- ___________translate data and programs that humans can understand into a form that the computer can process. a) Output devices b) Input devices c) Communication devices

d) None 14- ___________is a pointing device, used for computer games and ultrasound scanners in hospitals. a) Keyboard b) Joystick c)

Trackball d) Microphone 15- Resolution of printer is measured in_____ a) dpi b) mpi

c) dip d) bpi 16- Following are the examples of scanner a) Nic-Adapters, Routers, Hubs, Switches, Gateways b) CRT, LCD, Plasma & LED.

c) Optical, bar code readers and character and mark recognition devices. d) None 17- Which is an example of audio-input device ? a) Speaker b)

Microphone c) Headphone d) Joystick 18- VDU stands for a) Visual Display Unit

b) Video Display Unit c) Visual Design Unit d) None 19- Following are the examples of monitor a) Nic-Adapters, Routers, Hubs, Switches, Gateways.

b) CRT, LCD, Plasma & LED. c) Optical, bar code readers and character and mark recognition devices. d) None. 20- _______ is used to obtain a permanent copy of the output. a)

Printer b) Monitor c) Projector d) Scanner 21- RAM is a_______ a)

Non -Volatile storage device. b) Volatile storage device. c) Permanent storage device. d) None 22- These are secondary storage devices______

a) Hard disks, optical disks, floppy disks and pen drives. b) Nic-Adapters, Routers, Hubs, Switches, Gateways. c) Keyboard, monitor, printer, scanner. d) None. 23- Match the following

a) RAM Fixed Start-up Instructions. b) ROM Flexible Start-up Instructions. c) CMOS

Programs and data. 24- Following are the examples of communication devices a) Nic-Adapters, Routers, Hubs, Switches, Gateways. b) CRT, LCD, Plasma & LED. c) Optical, bar code readers and character and mark recognition devices.

d) None 25- CPU stands for a) Central Programmable Unit b) Central Processing Unit c) Circle Processing Unit

d) None 26- The central processing unit(CPU) is contained on a single chip called ____ . a) Multiprocessor b) Microprocessor c)

Miniprocessor d) None 27- Two basic components of CPU are a) Control Unit & Arithmetic-Logic Unit b) Common Unit & Arithmetic-Logic Unit c)

Control Unit & Mathematical Unit d) None 28- Binary system consists of digits from 0 to 9. a) True b) False

29- System software is also called as _________. a) Background software b) End user software c) Remote software d) None

30- Following are the examples of System Software a) Operating system b) Utilities c) Device drivers d)

Language translators e) All of the above 31- RAM stands for a) Random Access Memory b) Rotational Access Memory c)

Random Attached Memory d) None 32- RAM is also called as scratchpad memory. a) True b) False

33- BIOS stands for a) Binary Input/Output System b) Basic Input/Output System c) Basic Input/Output Software d) Background Input/Output System

34- ___________ is the process to gain access to a computer. a) Password b) Logging c) Sorting d)

None 35- GUI stands for a) Global User Interface b) Graphical User Interchange c) Graphical User Interface d)

Graphical Unit Interface 36- ______is a symbol, picture or graphic on your computer screen that represents a particular operation or software application. a) Menu b) Dialog box c) Icon

d) Pointer 37- Desktop is the term used to describe the main screen where icons, folders and documents appear. a) True b) False 38- Which of the following is NOT a pointing device.

a) Joystick b) Touchscreen c) Keyboard d) Light pen

e) Stylus 39- Optical mouse uses a laser to detect the mouse's movement a) True b) False 40- Which of the following is a toggle key. a)

Alt b) Shift c) Ctrl d) Caps Lock 41- This part of the keyboard enters numbers and arithmetic symbols.

a) Navigation Keys b) Function Keys c) NumericPad d) Ctrl Key 42- The Back Space key deletes characters to the right of the cursor. a) True b) False

43- Pressing Windows key displays the ______. a) Window Explorer b) Start Menu c) Internet Explorer d) None

44- ALU stands for a) Authentic Logic Unit b) Arithmetic Logic Unit c) Arithmetic Logo Unit d)

Arithmetic Lock Unit 45- ________ make a byte. a) 16 bits b) 8 bits c) 4 bits d)

32 bits 46- CMOS stands for a) Common Metal-Oxide Semiconductor b) Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor c) Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconsumer

d) Complementary Motion-Oxide Semiconductor 47- Cordless mouse uses infrared or radio waves to communicate with the computer. a) True b) False 48- Mouse is connected to a __________.

a) Serial port b) Parallel port c) CPU d) None 49- _________key is used to obtain screen captures.

a) Scroll Lock b) Print Screen c) Pause /Break d) Alt

50- _______key is used to open the help menu. a) F12 b) F1 c) F11 d) F7

51- The microprocessor sends a command to the computers ROM chip to run basic input/output system (BIOS) boot program. a) True b) False 52- Disk Defragmenter removes unnecessary file fragments and rearranges files and unused disk space optimally. a)

True b) False 53- Which is NOT an Application Software ? a) MS Word b) MS Excel

c) Windows 7 d) Internet Explorer 54- Left-click of the mouse is used to display a shortcut drop- down menu or context menu a) True b)

False Thank You

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