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1. This component is required to process data into information and consists of integrated circuits. 1) Hard Dist 2) Ram 3) CPU 4) R ! ") #one of these 2. ne ad$antage of dia%&up internet access is '''. 1) it uti%i(es )road)and techno%og* 2) it uti%i(es e+isting te%ephone ser$ice 3) it uses a router for securit* 4) modem speeds are $er* fast ") #one of these 3) ,hat is )ac-up . 1) /dding more components to *our net0or2) Protecting data )* cop*ing it from the origina% source to a different destination 3) 1i%tering o%d data from the ne0 data 4) /ccessing data on tape ") #one of these 4) #et0or- components are connected to the same ca)%e in the ''''topo%og*. 1) star 2) ring 2) )us 4) mesh ") mi+ed ") T0o or more computers connected to each other for sharing information form a''''' 1) #et0or2) router 3) ser$er 4) tunne% ") pipe%ine 2) / computer chec-s the''of user names and pass0ords for a match )efore granting access. 1) 0e)site 2) net0or3) )ac-up fi%e 4)data )ase ") #one of these 3. Computers that are porta)%e and con$enient for users 0ho tra$e% are -no0n as'''''' 1) super computers 2) %aptops 3) mini computers

State Bank !+ In- a 812*43*04459 4) fi%e ser$ers ") #one of these 4) ,hat is the term for unso%icited e&mai%. 1) #e0sgroup 2) Usenet 3) 5ac- 5one 4) f%aming ") spam 6) ,hat t*pe of program contro%s the $arious computer parts and a%%o0s the user to interact 0ith the computer. 1) Uti%it* soft0are 2) perating s*stem 3) ,ord processing soft0are 4) Data)ase program ") #one of these 17) 8ach ce%% in a !icrosoft ffice 8+ce% document is referred to )* its ce%% address9 0hich is the''. 1) ce%%:s co%umn %a)e% 2) ce%%:s co%umn %a)e% and 0or-sheet ta) name 3) ce%%:s ro0 %a)e% 4) ce%%:s ro0 and co%umn %a)e%s ") #one of these 11) ,hich of the fo%%o0ing is true. 1) )*te is a sing%e digit in a )inar* num)er 2) )it represents a grouping of digita% num)ers 3) eight&digit )inar* num)er is ca%%ed a )*te 4) eight&digit )inar* num)er is ca%%ed )it ") #one of these 12) ffice ;/#s that are spread geographica%%* apart on a %arge sca%e can )e connected using a corporate'''' 1) C/# 2) ;/# 3) D/# 4) ,/# ") T/# 13) ,hat is the process of cop*ing soft0are programs from secondar* storage media of the hard dis- ca%%ed. 1) configuration 2) do0n%oad 3) storage 4) up%oad

") insta%%ation 14) The code for a ,e) page is 0ritten using '''''' 1) a fifth generation %anguage 2) ,in <ip 3) Per% 4) H*perte+t !ar-up ;anguage ") UR; 1") =ma%% app%ication programs that run on a ,e) pages and ma* ensure a form is comp%eted proper%* or pro$ide animation are -no0n as'''''' 1) f%ash 2) spiders 3) coo-ies 4) app%ets ") spar-s 12) >n a re%ationa% data)ase9 this is a data structure that organi(es the information a)out a sing%e topic into ro0s and co%umns. 1) )%oc2) record 3) tup%e 4) ta)%e ") command %ine interface 13) The first computers 0ere programmed using '''''. 1) assem)%* %anguage 2) machine %anguage 3) source code 4) o)?ect code ") spaghetti code 14) ,hen pointer is positioned on a ''''''9 it is shaped %i-e a hand. 1) grammar error 2) h*per%in3) screen tip 4) spe%%ing error ") formatting error 16) ,hich process chec- to ensure the components of the computer are operating and connected proper%* . 1) 5ooting 2) Processing 3) =a$ing 4) 8diting ") #one of these 27) Ho0 can the user determine 0hat programs are a$ai%a)%e on a computer . 1) Chec-ing the hard disproperties

2) @ie0ing the insta%%ed programs during the )ooting process 3) Chec-ing the operating s*stems for a %ist of insta%%ed programs 4) Chec-ing the e+isting fi%es sa$ed on the dis-

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1. Dos and 0indo0 3.+ support fi%e names upto'''characters in %ength. 1) T0o 2) 1our 3) =i+ 4) 8ight ") #one of these 2. '''is co%%ection of 0e) pages and ''''is $er* first page that 0e see on opening of a 0e)& site. 1) Home&page9 ,e)&page 2) ,e)&site9 Home&page 3) ,e)&page&9 Home page 4) ,e)&page9 ,e)&site ") #one of these 3) ,hen 0e run a program in HT!; coding9'''is used as )ac-end and ''''0or-s as frontend. 1) #otepad&>nternet 8+p%orer 2) #otepad&!sn&messenger 3)!=&0ord& >nternet 8+p%orer 4) 5oth A1) and A2) ") #one of these 4) >n Dos9 the B;a)e%B command is used to 1) disp%a* the %a)e% of dis2) change the %a)e% of dis3) remo$e the %a)e% of dis4) 5oth A1) and A2) ") #one of these ") The su)s*stem of the -erne% and hard0are the cooperates to trans%ate $irtua% to ph*sica% addresses comprises 1) Process !anagement =u)s*stem 2) !emor* !anagement =u)s*stem 3) >nputC utput !anagement =u)s*stem 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these

State Bank !+ In- a 80;*11*04459 2) >f the'''')it in D.2" standard is set to 19 it means that there is more than one pac-et. 1) E 2) D 3) ! 4) P ") #one of these 3) / de$ice operating at the ph*sica% %a*er is ca%%ed a 1) 5ridge 2) Router 3) Repeater 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 4) 1or separating channe%s in 1D!9 it is necessar* to use 1) Time s%ots 2) 5andpass fi%ters 3) Differentiation 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 6) 8ncr*ption and decr*ption are functions of 1) Transport %a*er 2) =ession %a*er 3) Presentation %a*er 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 17) ,hich of the fo%%o0ing computer %anguages is a mathematica%%* oriented %anguages used for scientific pro)%ems . 1) 1 RT/# 2) C 5 ; 3) ;>=P 4) PR ; F ") /PP;8 11) ,hich of the fo%%o0ing t*pes of ta)%es constraints 0i%% pre$ent the entr* of dup%icate ro0s . 1) Primar* -e* 2) Unique 3) #u%% 4) 1oreign -e* ") #one of these

12) ,hich t*pe of s0itching uses the entire capacit* of a dedicated %in- . 1) Circuit s0itching 2) @irtua% Circuit Pac-et =0itching 3) Datagram Pac-et =0itching 4) !essage =0itching ") #one of these 13) The''''is a de$ice that connects n inputs to m outputs 1) Cross0ord 2) Cross)ar 3) !odem 4) R/! ") #one of these 14) >n'''9each pac-et of a message fo%%o0s the same path from sender to recei$er. 1) Circuit s0itching 2) !assage s0itching 3) The $irtua% approach to pac-et s0itching 4) The datagram approach to pac-et s0itching ") #one of these 1") / permanent $irtua% circuit in$o%$es. 1) Connection esta)%ishment 2) Data transfer 3) Connection re%ease 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 12) The sharing of a medium and its path )* 2 or more de$ices is ca%%ed'''''. 1) !odu%ation 2) 8nco+ing 3) ;ine discip%ine 4) !u%tip%e+ing ") #one of these 13) ,hich mu%tip%e+ing technique transmits ana%og signa%s . 1) 1D! 2) =*nchronous TD!

hich of the fo%%o0ing can 1) 19777 )its ma+imise the performance of hand%e most s*stem functions 2) 19777 )*tes de$ices that aren:t hand%ed direct%* )* 3) 1 mi%%ion )*tes 3) sma%%9 specia%&purpose the operating s*stem. 1) Fo)%er 2) /rchie 3) !i%-* 4) @eronica ") #one of these 16) D.them for 2) C! = 3) 5a*s ") The CPU their persona% information 4) 5uses ") De$ice dri$ers are ") Rep%* and te%% them *ou ") Periphera%s 1) tin* po0er cords for 0ant to -eep in touch 0ith 1") ne mega)*te equa%s e+terna% storage de$ices them appr!/ &ate#< 2) e+perts 0ho -no0 to 17) . 12) Computer connected to a the computer:s processor 1) . 1) R/! 2) D=. Ho0 man* options does a s*stem runs and processes in 2) Pu)%ic&domain soft0are )inar* choice offer./# 4) Transformation of input into immediate%* ") CPU output is performed )* 2) De%ete it 0ithout opening it 14) >nformation tra$e%s )et0een 1) Periphera%s 3) pen it and respond to components on the mother 2) !emor* them sa*ing *ou don:t -no0 )oard through 3) =torage them 1) 1%ash memor* 4) The >nput& utput unit 4) Rep%* and as. 4) 1 mi%%ion )it programs 1) @ertica% mar-et ") 29777 )*tes 4) the innermost part of the app%ications 12) .3) /s*nchronous TD! 4) 5oth A2) and A3) ") #one of these 14) The search too% used to te+t that appears in gotherspace is.hen *ou are 0or-ing on a operating s*stem 2) Uti%ities documents on PC9 0here is ") su)stitutes for operating 3) /%gorithms the document temporari%* s*stem 4) integrated soft0are stored . . 6) >f *ou recei$e an e&mai% from to the memor* in *our 1) 4 2) 12 someone *ou don:t -no09 computer. formations is ca%%ed 3) pen&source soft0are 1) #one 2) ne 1) operating s*stem 4) / $ertica% mar-et 3)T0o 2) computer 3) office app%ication 4) >t depends on the amount 4)compi%er ")interpreter /n app%ication suite of memor* in the computer 3) .21 protoco% consists of 1) Ph*sica% and frame %e$e%s 2) 1rame and pac-et %e$e%s 3) Ph*sica%9 frame and pac-et 1 4 7 3 1 1 17 4 %e$e%s 1 4) n%* ph*sica% %e$e% 0 2 5 3 1 3 15 1 ") #one of these 0 27) /rra* is '''' : 1 3 2 1 2 13 4 1) %inear data structure : 2) non&%inear data structure 6 4 2 2 1 4 12 4 3) comp%e+ data structure 6 4) simp%e data structure .hich of the fo%%o0ing refers ") /n app%ication suite ") it depends on the speed of to a sma%% sing%e&site net0or-. /ns0ers SBI A""!% ate Bank C#erk E/a& 847*41*04439 1. 2 1 1 1 2 04 1 ") #one of these 4 ./# A.hich of the fo%%o0ing refers represented )* a sing%e )*te. 3) 24 4) 2"2 0hat shou%d *ou do./# 2) D=. ") "12 1) 1or0ard it do the po%ice 3) U=5 4) . 2) / co%%ection of programs that ") Compi%ers 1) R/! 2) R ! contro%s ho0 *our computer 11) !icrosoft ffice is 3) The CPU 1) =hare0are 4) 1%ash memor* .oca% /rea #et0or-) 2) Data going into the computer 3) R/! 4) U=5 can is ca%%ed 4) CPU 1) run faster 1) output 4) / set of instructions te%%ing 2) go on %ine 2) a%gorithm the computer 0hat to do is 3) share information andCor 3) input ca%%ed share periphera% equipment 4) ca%cu%ations 1) mentor 2) instructor 4) 8&mai% ") f%o0chart 3) compi%er 4) program ") #one of these 3) Ho0 man* $a%ues can )e ") de)ugger 13) .

hat is name of the %ogic circuit 0hich can add t0o )inar* digits 4) fragi%e and easi%* damaged ") an e+pensi$e storage medium 16) The )%in-ing s*m)o% on the computer screen is ca%%ed the 1) mouse 2) %ogo 3) hand 4) pa%m ") cursor 27) . 17 1 15 4 13 2 12 " 04 " 11) The d)ase >>> p%us is most%* used for 1) ffice automation 2) Data)ase management pro)%ems 3) =cientific pro)%ems 4) Ca%cu%ations on%* ") #one of these 12) >n the BCB %anguage the function scant A ) reads 1) sing%e character 2) character and strings 3) an* possi)%e num)er 4) an* possi)%e $aria)%e t*pe ") %imited $aria)%e t*pes 13) 5> = stands for 1) 5asic >nput utput =er$ice 2) 5asic >nner utput =er$ices 3) 5etter >nput utput =er$ices 4) 5etter >nner and uter =er$ices ") 5> =&5asic >nputC utput =*stem 14) / common%* used graphic format for the 0e) is 1) F>1 2) )mp 3) te+t 4) >mp ") T>1 1") The HT!.") The CD&R ! 13) Ho0 are data organi(ed in a spreadsheet .ines and spaces 2) .a C#erk E/a& 814*40*04439 1) ha%f adder 2) fu%% adder 3) para%%e% adder 4) seria% adder ") #one of these 2) / program em)edded in a semi conductor chip during their manufacture is ca%%ed 1) human0are 2) fire0are 2) %i$e0are 4) hard0are ") soft0are 3) The person contri)uting the idea of the stored program 0as 1) Gohn #eumann 2) Char%es 5a))age 3) Ho0ard /i-en 4) Danie% Thomas ") Dennis Ritenie 4) / co%%ection of re%ated fie%ds in data organi(ation is ca%%ed 1) Froup 2) 1i%e 3) >nformation 4) Register ") Record 6) P%otter accurac* is measured in terms of repeata)i%it* and 1) @ertica% dimension 2) >nte%%igence 3) Reso%ution 4) Pi+e%s ") 5uffer si(e 17) The speed at 0hich the monitor accepts data is ca%%ed 1) 5and0idth 2) >nter%acing 3) Response time 4) =canning ") !a+imum speed 1 0 : 6 .a*ers and p%anes 3) Height and 0idth 4) Ro0s and co%umns ") #one of these 14) !agnetic tape is not practica% for app%ications 0here data must )e quic-%* reca%%ed )ecause tape is 1) a random&access medium 2) a sequentia% access medium 3) a read on%* medium 1. The hard0are de$ice that acts as )oth a s0itching and connecting unit is ca%%ed a An) 1) R=&232 C Port 2) Concentrator 3) !u%tip%e+er 4) Communication Processor ") #one of these 2) The de$ice that assem)%es groups of characters into comp%ete messages prior to their entering the CPU is ca%%ed 1) /n >nterpreter 2) / Compi%er 3) / Communication processor 4) /n 8ditor ") / Trans%ator 3) /pp%ication soft0are 1) is used to contro% the operating s*stem 2) is designed to he%p programmers 3) performs specific tas.for computer users 4) is used for ma-ing design on%* ") /%% of the these 4) Data structure inc%udes 1) /rra* 2) 8+ecution statement 3) >nteraction 4) 5oth A2) and A3) ") .ist ") . 1) . code 0ritten in a te+t editor to ma-e 0e)& pages9 is 1) HT!.hen cutting and pasting the item cut is temporari%* stored in 1) R ! 2) Hard dri$e 3) Dis-ette 4) Dash)oard State Bank In. coding tags 2) =ource code 3) source e%ement 4) tags ") #one of these . ") C%ip)oard /ns0ers 3 7 1 1 " 1 3 5 1 1 3 0 4 3 4 1 1 : " 2 2 1 4 6 3 1 2 1 3 4 .

4) #etiquettes not a D5!= soft0are . / sing%e ") #one of these ") #one of these c%ic. changing te+t st*%e9 a%ignment 4) =toring 4) sa$e as HT!.on one of the program 2.use to 1) Page !a-er 2) !=& : 3 3 4 1 " 13 1 communicate 0ith each other Paint : are ca%%ed 3) Photo >mage 4) 1ront 6 1 2 " 1 1 12 " 1) Ru%es page 6 2) Regu%ations ") Core% Dra0 .hich of the fo%%o0ing too%s the programs or instructions.command 3) Ru%ers 1) C%assif*ing 3) cop* and paste the origina% 4) ffice /ssistant 2) =earching 3) =orting document to a ne0 document ") #one of these 4) Reproducing and then sa$e ") #one of these . F UT record is 3) =>F# ># /ns0ers 1) Euer* 2) 1orm 4) =>F# UT 1 3 7 2 1 2 17 " 3) Ta)%e 16) /n image editing soft0are in 1 4) 8dited Page 0hich 0e can dra0 and 0 3 5 1 1 4 15 3 13) / set of ru%es that computer editimage9 is 0 on a net0or. /n e+amp%e of non&numeric 3) a com)o pac-age document as a 0e) page *ou data is 4) high&end need to 1) 5an.8 4) =*5ase SBI PO Pre# & nar< 8T er-I9 E/a& 805*46*04439 1. F ># ") Data )ase 2777 data)ase that contains re%ated 2) . 3) information 4) soft0are 1) user friend%* 1) Program 1%o0 Chart ") #one of these 2) information 2) Frid Chart 2. 1) the des-top com)ines the ma?or features 1) !enu )ar 2) Tas.hich of the fo%%o0ing 2) 1ormatting 3) use *our 0e) )ro0ser as an disp%a*s the )uttons for 3) 8diting editor and sa$e as UR. T(e '''of a s*stem inc%udes ".)ar 2) the c%ip)oard of se$era% t*pe of app%ications 3) Tit%e )ar 3) !icrosoft . understood instructions is said in not norma%%* used during 1) hard0are 2) icon to )e s*stem ana%*sis . ") #one of these gi$e it a different name 1) =creen tip 6) /rranging of data in a %ogica% 2) use the =a$e 2) >nsertion point sequence is -no0n as asH.of a 1) .)a%ance ") #one of these 1) put the appropriate 2) 8+amination mar-s 12. ") #one of these ") #one of these 1) =tandard too%)ar 13) >n order to sa$e an e+isting 4.hich out of the fo%%o0ing is 4 . The 0ord processing tas. . and si(e .riting simp%e te+t format 4.hich of the fo%%o0ing 2) =tatus )ar document 0ith a different disp%a*es to the right of the 3) Dra0ing too%)ar name *ou need to space 0here the te+t 0i%% )e 4) 1ormatting too%)ar 1) ret*pe the document and inserted 0hen *ou t*pe . . The cop* command sa$es to 11) / sing%e app%ication that icons 0i%% )ring 0indo0 up. ") #one of these 1) D5/=8 14) The process of connecting to 2) 1 DPR the >nternet account is 3) R/C. =omething 0hich has easi%* 17) . 1 1 1 1 2 04 " 3) Protoco% 27) .hich of the fo%%o0ing 3) 0ord processing 3) =*stem 1%o0 Chart disp%a*s programs that are 4) icon 4) Euestion Chec-&%ist current%* running .12) The )asic )ui%ding )%oc.ord is ca%%ed 4) =tatus )ar 4) Paste 1) integrated soft0are ") #one of these ") #one of these 2) a suite 3. >n order to sa$e a .as graphics and %in-s on the 3) Rea% #um)ers sociated 0ith changing the document 4) 8mp%o*ee /ddress appearance of documents is 2) sa$e the document in ") #one of these 1) .ord 3. .

1ire0a%%s are used to protect against ''''''' 1) Uauthorised /ttac-s 2) @irus /ttac-s 3) Data Dri$en /ttac-s 4) 1ire attac-s ") #one of these 2.is easi%* mo$ed from one computer to another 2) *ou can store more on a hard dis- 3) the computer cannot open a fi%e stored on a f%opp* dis4) reading a hard dis. 1 1 4 1 2 4 .e) 3) . 1) >mpro$ing the functioning of Fo$ernment 2) Teaching Fo$ernment emp%o*ees the )asic of computing 3) De%i$er* of pu)%ic ser$ices through internet 4) 1raming of c*)er&%a0s of chatting on internet ") Con$ergence of e&mai% and $ideo&conferencing 11. 1.indo0 6"9 .indo0s 8+p%orer to cop* the document to a different %ocation and then rename it ") #one of these 14.e) 4) .hite .indo0 64 are'''''' 1) Fraphica% User >nterface perating =*stem 2) Fraphica% Usefu% >nterface9 8+ecuting =*stems 3) Fraph User >nter$a%9 8+pert =*stems 4) Fraphica% Use >nterphase9 8+ce% =*stems ") #one of these 17.ide .)ecause 1) a f%opp* dis. 1) 5it 2) 5inar* 3) Penci% 4) !ouse ") =creen ".indo0 is ''''and .or%d . .ord .or%d .e) 2) .or.to a hard dis-9 then open the cop* on the hard dis. 1 2 1 0 1 7 " 1 3 4 : 2 5 1 1 " 1 6 3 3 2 1 2 0 .. The'''director* is mandator* for e$er* dis1) Root 2) 5ase 3) =u) 4) Case ") #one of these 3. :. The )est reason that a computer needs to ha$e a hard dis. =ma%%est storage unit of a computer is '''''' 1) 5it 2) 5*te 3) #i))%e 4) Pi+e% ") #one of these 4. / ! D8! is connected in )et0een a te%ephone %ine and a'''''' 1) #et0or2) Computer 3) Communication /dapter 4) =eria% Port ") /%% of these 6. >t is )etter to cop* a fi%e from a f%opp* dis.e) ") #one of these 4.: stands for '''' 1) ..hich of the fo%%o0ing )est e+p%ains e&go$ernance . =mart Card is''''''''' 1) =pecia% purpose Cards 2) !icroprocessor Cards 3) Processing unit contains memor* for storing data 4) Processing unit for soft0are hand%ing ") #one of these /ns0ers 1 2 .hich of the fo%%o0ing is # T associated 0ith Computers ..0ithout one 3) it can store information 0hen it is s0itched off 4) it can store information 0hi%e it is 0or-ing ") #one of these /ns0ers 1 4 7 2 1 1 1 0 2 5 4 1 2 0 : 4 3 4 1 2 : 6 " 2 3 1 4 6 .4) use . B5u* #o0 I Pa* #o0B is common%* used for'''''' 1) @isa Cards 2) @au%t Cards 3) Credit Cards 4) 8&purse ") De)it Cards 12. .Character Recognition 2) !agnetic >nte%%igence Character Recognition 3) !agnetic >nformation Ca)%e Recognition 4) !agnetic >nsurance Cases Recognition ") #one of these Bank !+ In. .is )ecause 1) it can then use the same program as other computers 2) it 0ou%d not 0or. !odern Computers represent characters and num)ers intera%%* using one of the fo%%o0ing num)er s*stems'''' 1) Penta 2) cta% 3) He+a 4) =epta ") 5inar* 3.or%d .a C#erk E/a& 800*47*04439 2.is much faster ") #one of these 1".or%d . :!>CR: techno%og* used for c%earance of cheques )* )an-s refers to'''''' 1) !agnetic >n.

1) Compi%ing 2) Testing 3) Running 4) De)ugging ") #one of these 11.indo0s 4) =hort cut ") #one of these 12. . ''''is the process of finding errors in soft0are code. The ''''te%%s the computer ho0 to use its components.c%ient 3) net0or.station ") #one of these 3. Changing an e+isting document is ca%%ed '''the document.or. 1) to 2) su)?ect 3) contents 4) CC ") #one of these 14. Computer use the''''num)er s*stem to store data and perform ca%cu%ations. .hich of the fo%%o0ing is the %argest units of storage . =torage that retains its data after the po0er is turned off is referred to as 1) $o%ati%e storage 2) non&$o%ati%e storage 3) sequentia% storage 4) direct storage ") #one of these 6. The primar* purpose of soft0are is to turn data into 1) . To ma-e a note)oo. @irtua% memor* is 1) memor* on the hard disthat the CPU uses as an e+tended R/! 2) in R/! 3) on%* necessar* if *ou do not ha$e an* R/! in *our computer 4) a )ac.hat menuJs se%ected to cut9 cop*9 and paste.ser$er 4) net0or. The''''-e* 0i%% %aunch the start )uttons.Bank !+ In.a C#erk E/a& 847*45*04439 1. 1) home 2) a 3) page up 4) enter ") #one of these 13. / co%%ection of re%ated fi%es is ca%%ed a 1) character 2) fie%d 3) data)ase 4) record ") #one of these 4. 1) >nternet 2) f%opp* dis3) po0er cord 4) data ") #one of these 17. 1) decima% 2) he+adecima% 3) octa% 4) )inar* ") #one of these 1". 1) 5a* 2) Doc-ing station 3) Port 4) #et0or") #one of these 2.. 1) FP 2) L5 3) !5 3) T5 ") #one of these 27.hen sending an e&mai%9 the ''''%ine descri)es the contents of the massage. Hard0are inc%udes 1) a%% de$ices used to input data into a computer 2) sets of instructions that a computers runs or e+ecutes 3) the computer and a%% the de$ices connected to it that are used to input and output data 4) a%% de$ices in$o%$ed processing information inc%uding the centra% processing unit9 memor* and storage ") #one of these 12. . .up de$ice for f%opp* dis-s ") #one of these 14. Kou can use the ta) -e* to 1) mo$e a cursor across the screen 2) indent a paragraph 3) mo$e the cursor do0n the screen 4) n%* A1) and A2) ") #one of these 3. The a)i%it* to find an indi$idua% item in a fi%e immediate%* ''''is used 1) fi%e a%%ocation ta)%e 2) director* 3) sequentia% access 4) direct access ") #one of these ".act as a des-top mode%9 the note)oocan )e connected to a '''' 0hich is connected to a monitor and other de$ices. 1) 1i%e 2) Too%s 3) =pecia% 4) 8dit ") #one of these 2. The most important or po0erfu% computer in a t*pica% net0or. . To mo$e to the )eginning of a %ine of te+t9 press the '''-e*. 1) uti%it* 2) net0or3) operating 4) app%ication program ") #one of these 1 4 7 0 3 5 /ns0ers 4 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 7 1 1 2 .is 1) des-top 2) net0or.hich groupings do *ou 0or0ith 0hen formatting te+t in . 1) 8sc 2) =hift 3) . 1) Ta)%es9 paragraphs and inde+es 2) Paragraphs9 inde+es and sections 3) Characters9 sections and paragraphs 4) >nde+es9 characters and ta)%es ") #one of these 16.hich of the fo%%o0ing is an e+amp%e of connecti$it* . 1) creating 2) editing 3) modif*ing 4) ad?usting ") #one of these 13.e) =ites 2) information 3) programs 4) o)?ects ") #one of these 4.

num)ers used to perform 1) Dri$es 1) Contro%9 /%t ca%cu%ation. 2. ") #one of these 4) -e*)oard9 mouse 1) #et0or2) Periphera% 12. de$ices are the '''and the''. >n a data)ase'''''fie%ds store te%ecommunications %ines . . 2 1 4 1 3 0 3 State Bank !+ In. The term )it is short for''' 2) Po0er do0n components is the 1) !ega)*te 3) =tand)* mode 1) !other)oard 2) 5inar* %anguage 4) The shutdo0n procedure 2) Coordination )oard 3) 5inar* digit ") #one of these 3) Contro% unit 4) 5inar* num)er Hard disdri$es are 4) /rithmetic %ogic unit ") #one of these considered '''''storage. Togg%e 1) #e+t 2) Le* 3) !odems 3) 3) De%ete9 insert 3) /%phanumeric P%atforms 4) Caps . /An)'''''is a com)ination of )i%%ion )*tes. ") #one of these 13. 3) . 3.a C#erk E/a& 81:*45*04439 ''''is 0hen the more po0er 4) perating s*stem 4) >f a computer is memor* hungr* components9 such as ") #one of these )ound9 adding more R/! the monitor and hard dri$e are 3. 3) tutoria% 3) 1/E 1) =a$e 1) @irtua% memor* is the ") #one of these 2) =a$e and rep%ace space on the hard dri$e 13. 4 6 2 2 3 1 1 . ". 3) Temporar* to )e'''''''''. 2) Uti%it* program s*stem )ui%ds a fi%e ca%%ed 1) @irtua% pri$ate net0or3) Trans%ator program the R/! fi%e 2) >nternet 3) >ntranet 0 2 1 : 5 1 3 6 3 2 .hen it9 is using $irtua% net0or-s that can )e ?oined 1) =*stem soft0are memor*9 the operating together. 4.oc4) #umeric ") #one of these ") #one of these ") #one of these 1".hich of the fo%%o0ing terms the app%ication soft0are and data from $irtua% memor*. is ?ust the connection of the hard 0are . . 2.ord processing ") #one of these can )e used in the 4) >con 14. hard0are and soft0are that 1) -i%o)*tes 2) )it 1) microphone9 Printer faci%itates the sharing of 3) giga)*te 2) scanner9 moniter information )et0een 4) mega)*te 3) digita% camera9 spea-ers computing de$ices.hich of the fo%%o0ing 1) $ersion 2) patch '''''command.oc-9 #um . =omething 0hich has easi%* associated 0ith spread sheet 2) #on$o%ati%e understood instructions is said soft0are e+cept. ''''''are de$ices used to com)ination 0ith other -e*s ") #one of these transmit data o$er to perform shortcuts and 6. 1) 0or-sheet 4) #onpermanent 1) User friend%* 2) Ce%% 3) formu%a ") #one of these 2) >nformation 4) $irus detection The''''-e* and the ''''-e* 3) . /%% of the fo%%o0ing terms are 1) 1%ash 4. specia% ta%-s. %ocation9 *ou shou%d use the 11. /''''is appro+imate%* one The most common input 17.: 1. The portion of the CPU that 0i%% not so%$e the pro)%em put in id%eM coordinates the acti$ities of ") #one of these 1) Hi)ernation a%% the other computer 12. . 1 1 4 1 4 4 .hich t*pe of soft0are data 0hen it )ecomes 1) Present 2) >nput manage the computers memor*&)ound 3) utput 4) =tore processes functioning as an 2) /ccessing data from R/! ") #one of these interface connecting the user9 is a s%o0er than accessing 14. Computers gather data9 0hich 3) =a$e as 4) #e0 fi%e 0here the operating means that the* a%%o0 users ") #one of these s*stem )egins to store to'''''data. statements is true concerning. 2) Dri$es )a*s 2) 1unction. / repair for a -no0n soft0are ") #one of these 3) 8+pansion )oard )ug9 usua%%* a$ai%a)%e at no To sa$e an e+isting fi%e 0ith a 4) Digita% de$ice charge on the internet9 is ne0 name or to a ne0 ") #one of these ca%%ed a An)'''''.

ca%%ed a''''' 1) /.Af%opp*9 CD) 3) Le*)oard and mouse 4) . 4) . de$ices 1) perating s*stem ") #one of these 2) /pp%ication 13. ") #one of these 1) . .>nterface Care A#>C) 2) The CPU 3) R/! 1.indo0 #T ") #one of these 2. Persona% computers can )e 1) hard0are or soft0are connected together to form a I 2) soft0are or CPUCR/! 1) ser$er 2) super computer . The name a user assigns to a document is ca%%ed aAn)& 1) 1i%e name 2) Program 3) Record 4) Data ") #one of these 3. unique name that identifies a 3) D@D 4) R ! specific ''''on the . / f%a0 in a program that ") Print Pre$ie0 causes it to produce incorrect 1". /''''9 is an e%ectronic de$ice that process data9 con$erting it into information.hen creating a 0ord& 3) 5road)and 4) Dish processed document9 this step ") 5oth 2 and 3 in$o%$es the user changing 6.e) )ro0ser 13. ") #one of these 1) Digita% 2) Dia%&up 14.4) 8+tranet ") #one of these 16.indo0s 27779 .in1) num)ers 2) processor ") #one of these 3) input 4) data 12. 3 1 4 4 1 1 3 1 0 1 1 : 4 1 6 1 1 . .e) site address is a 1) CD 2) R. . To access a mainframe or ho0 0ords on the page super computer9 user often use appear9 )oth on the screen and a ''''''' in printed form. 1) The #et0or. / An)''''is a program that s*stem soft0are ma-es the computer easier to 4) input de$ices or output use.e).a C#erk E/a& 81:*45*04439 ") #one of these 3) app%ication soft0are or 3.e) site computer into information. Reusa)%e optica% storage 0i%% ") #one of these t*pica%%* ha$e the acron*m I 11.U 2) D>!! 1) 5ug 2) 5*te 3) 5U= 4) Register 3) /ttri)ute ") #one of these 4) Unit pro)%em 12. 1) !onitor and printer 2) =torage dis. 1) Termina% 2) #ode 1) 8diting te+t 3) Des-top 2) >nserting ta)%es and inde+es 4) Handhe%d 3) 1ormating te+t ") #one of these 4) Proofing documents 17. =er$ers are computers that pro$ide resources to the other computers connected to a'''. 1 3 4 3 3 1 7 1 5 1 3 1 2 0 4 2 2 2 4 1 State Bank !+ In. The''''performs simp%e or in appropriate resu%ts is mathematics for the CPU.hat are the t0o t*pes of out put de$ices. Connections to the >nternet 1) num %ocusing a phone %ine and a 2) caps %ocmodem are ca%%ed 3) arro0 %oc4) shift ''''connections. 8$er* component of *our ") #one of these computer is either& 14. / . ''''is a form of permanent memor* that ho%ds a%% the instructions the computer needs to start up does not get erased 0hen the po0er is turned off. To ma-e the num)er pad act 3) Uti%it* 4) #et0oras directiona% arro0s9 *ou ") #one of these press the '''-e* 4. To access properties of an o)?ect9 the mouse technique to use is 1) dragging 2) dropping 3) right&c%ic-ing 4) shift&c%ic-ing 4) R ! ") #one of these 27.hat menu is se%ected to print. 1) 8dit 2) =pecia% 3) 1i%e 4) Too%s ") #one of these 2. 1) Contro% 0ords 2) Reser$ed 0ords 3) Reser$ed -e*s 4) Contro% structures ") #one of these ". ''''is processed )* the 2) PD/ 3) . 1) #et0or2) !ainframe 3) =uper computer 4) C%ient ") #one of these /ns0ers 1 1 7 0 2 5 : 1 3 6 4 2 . 1) Processor 2) Computer 3) Case 4) =t*%us ") #one of these 4. '''''9are 0ords that a programming %anguage has set aside for its o0n use.

/An)'''''is a pri$ate 3) To process c%ient requests 2) s*stem soft0are corporate net0or-9 used for data)ase access 3) operating s*stem soft0are e+c%usi$e%* )* compan* 4) To pro$ide TCPC>P 4) p%atform soft0are emp%o*ees. functions and pro$ides a : 1) %a)e% means )* 0hich users can 6 3 2 4 1 4 2) ta)%e of information interact 0ith the computer.com9 the mi%%ion )*tes. The'''of soft0are contains 1 7 4) net0or%ists of commands and 0 1 5 3 1 1 1 4 ") #one of these options. '''''contro%s the 0a* in 0 ") #one of these 0hich the computer s*stem : 2 3 1 1 2 2. 2) Data integrit* 1) To pro$ide securit* against 4. / characteristic of a fi%e 3) tutoria% 4) 1/E 3) gate0a* 4) s0itch ser$er is 0hich of the ") #one of these ") #one of these fo%%o0ing .ord processing9 spreadsheet9 3) Data re%ia)i%it* unauthori(ed users and photo&editing are e+amp%e 4) Data consistenc* 2) To process c%ient requests of'''''.e) pages 1) app%ication soft0are 14. ") #one of these ". /ns0ers . /''''is appr!/ &ate a 1) !anages fi%e operations httpMC000. 1 1 3 1 1 . 4) intranet ca%%ed aAn) '''' Kou 0ou%d use a ") #one of these 1) $ersion 2) patch 1) repeater 2) router 1". 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 ") #one of these 1 3 7 3 1 3 1 2 4 . >n the UR. 6 3) group of re%ated records 1) The p%atform . The num)er of pi+e%s 4) The mother)oard $isited o$er a period of time. ") #one of these for . ") #one of these ") #one of these 1) >nternet 3. / repair for a -no0n soft0are 6.3) enterprise 27. 13. >f *ou 0ish to e+tend the 2) %oca% area net0or)ug9 usua%%* a$ai%a)%e at no %ength of the net0or. 4 SBI PO Pre# & nar< 8T er-I9 E/a& 805*45*04439 4) categor* of information 2) The operating s*stem 1. >n data)ase9 a fie%d is a'''. 0 5 16. 2. 4. / 0ord in a 0e) page that 1) tit%e )ar 2) menu )ar : 2 3 " 1 1 1 4 0hen c%ic-ed9 opens another 3) formu%a )ar : 3 document is ca%%ed& 4) too% )ar 6 4 2 1 1 " 1 2 1) anchor 2) h*per%in") #one of these 6 2 3) reference 4) UR. The'''sho0s a%% the .)ar -no0n as the screen''''''.0ithout 3) peer&to&peer charge on the >nternet9 is ha$ing the signa% degrade. and is shared on a net0orportion %a)e%%ed http is the 1) giga)*te 2) -i%o)*te 2) !anages fi%e operations '''' 3) mega)*te 4) tera)*te and is %imited to one PC 1) host ") #one of these 3) /cts as a fat c%ient and is 2) domain name 11. . The time it ta-es a de$ice to shared on a net0or3) protoco% %ocate data and instructions 4) /cts as a fat c%ient and is 4) top&%e$e% domain and ma-e them a$ai%a)%e to %imited to one PC ") #one of these the CPU is -no0n as''''. / pro+* ser$er is used for ") #one of these 1) Data redundanc* 0hich of the fo%%o0ing.e) ") #one of these 3) /pp%ication soft0are sites and pages that *ou ha$e 3. The a)i%it* to easi%* add 1) c%oc.prenha%%.speed additiona% users means that a 2) a processing c*c%e /ns0ers net 0or.is 3) CPU speed 1 3 7 2 1 4 1) sca%a)%e 2) dedicated 4) access time 1 3) decentra%i(ed ") #one of these 0 2 5 1 1 2 4) secure 12.9 17. '''''means that the data 3) histor* %ist 4) too% )ar 1) reso%ution 2) co%our depth contained in a data)ase is ") #one of these 3) refresh rate 4) $ie0ing si(e accurate and re%ia)%e. disp%a*ed on a screen is ") #one of these 1) status )ar 2) tas.

Bank C#erk E/a& 8:1*43*04439 4.e)9 contains )i%%ions of documents. To de%ete an incorrect character in a document9''''to erase to the right of the insertion point 1) press the %ift mouse -e* 2) dou)%e I c%ic.e) Porta% 4) Domain ") #one of these 13. The most common su)tota% used =u)tota%s command is the'''''function9 0hich causes 8+ce% to disp%a* a sum each time the contro% fie%d change.4 . Under%ine te+t9 such as te+t and fo%der names is referred to as a 1) icon 2) h*per%in3) menu 4) source dri$e ") #one of these 16. 1) ce%%s 2) =heets 3) )%oc-%ines 4) grid%ines ") #one of these 17. . ''''is 0hen the computer is turned on and the operating s*stem is %oading. >f the''')it in D. 1) ne 2) T0o 3) Three 4) 1our ") #one of these 4. 4) . /''''is a co%%ection of computers and de$ice connected together. 1) . / ''''' is te+t that *ou 0ant to )e printed at the )ottom of the pages. 1) /DD 2) =U! 3) T T/. The hori(onta% and $ertica% %ines on a 0or-sheet are ca%%ed''''.a*out co%%ection ") #one of these 12. 1) Euic.or%d . 1) 5ooting 2) 1%ashing 3) Trac-ing 4) Taping ") #one of these 27. The'''''9 a%so ca%%ed the . Choose the 0e)&)ro0ser among the fo%%o0ing M 1) !=# messenger 2) Kahoo messenger 3) Rediff)a%. '''''ce%%s in$o%$e creating a sing%e ce%% )* com)ining t0o or more se%ected ce%%s. 1) protoco% 2) memor* card 3) net0or4) centra% processing unit ") #one of these 14.ord:s dictionar*9 a 0a$* '''under%ine appears )e%o0 the 0ord 1) red 2) green 3) )%ue 4) )%ac") #one of these 2. The'''')utton on the Euic/ccess To%%)ar a%%o0s *ou to cance% *our recent commands or actions.8T8 -e* ") #one of these 11. it means that there is more than one pac-et. 1) De%ete 2) De% 3) De%tree 4) !o$e ") #one of these 12.2" standard is set to 1.=t*%es ga%%er* 2) 1ormat ga%%er* 3) . 1) =earch 2) Cut 3) Document 4) Undo ") #one of these 3. 1) communication 2) app%ication 3) s*stem 4) 0ord&processing ") #one of these . / sa$ed document is referred to as a ''''. >n D =9 0hich of the fo%%o0ing command is used to de%ete a%% the fi%es as 0e%% as su)&directories of a director*. /''''represents appro+imate%* one )i%%ion memor* %ocation. ''''''soft0are a%%o0s users to perform ca%cu%ation on ro0s and co%umns of data. 1) fi%e 2) 0ord 3) fo%der 4) pro?ect ") #one of these 13. The operating s*stem is the most common t*pe of''''soft0are.ord processing 2) Presentation graphics 3) Data)ase !anagement =*stem 4) 8%ectronic spreadsheet ") #one of these ".e) 2) HTTP 3) . 1) . #et 4) #etscape #a$igator ") #one of these 14. >n !=&/ccess9 a ta)%e can ha$e'''''primar* -e*C-e*s. >f *ou t*pe a 0ord that is not in . 1) 1ormatting 2) !erging 3) 8m)edding 4) =p%itting ") #one of these 3. 1) -i%o)*te 2) mega)*te 3) giga)*te 4) tera)*te ") #one of these 2.hen *ou quic-%* press and re%ease the %eft mouse )utton t0ice9 *ou are'''' 1) Primar*&c%ic-ing 2) Pointing 3) Dou)%e&c%ic-ing 4) =econdar*&c%ic-ing ") #one of these 6. Use the''''9 to choose a s%ide %a*out.the right mouse -e* 3) press the 5/CL=P/C8 -e* 4) press D8.>=T ") #one of these 1". 1) header 2) endnote 3) footnote 4) footer ") #one of these 21. 1) E 2) D 3) ! 4) P ") #one of these 1. A##a(aba.ide .a*out ga%%er* 4) .

!u%tip%e+ing in$o%$es''''path and'''' channe% 1) one9 one 2) one9 mu%tip%e 3) mu%tip%e9 one 4) mu%tip%e9 mu%tip%e ") #one of these 31. .T N P 4) 8=C N P ") #one of these 37.on a 442 s*stem that has a 32 )it data )us. CTR.hich of the fo%%o0ing is the %atest $ersion of 8+ce%. 1 0 7 3 1 2 3 4 1 : 1 : 0 : : : 6 : . 1) =hift N P 2) CTR. 1) !other)oard 2) !emor* 3) R/! 4) Centra% Processing Unit ACPU ") #one of these 34. To print a document9 press'''''then 8#T8R.hat contains the computer 5> = and maintains its data 0ith the use of a )atter* for periods 0hen the s*stem is po0ered do0n./# 4) /%% are internet 0or-s ") #one of these 34.hich area in an 8+ce% 0indo0 a%%o0s entering $a%ues and formu%as 1) Tit%e 5ar 2) !enu 5ar 3) 1ormu%a 5ar 4) =tandard Too% 5ar ") #one of these 3". . N P 3) /. The'''')ecomes different shapes depending on the tas*ou are performing 1) acti$e ta) 2) insertion point 3) mouse printer 4) ri))on ") #one of these 23.hich of the fo%%o0ing are o)?ects in an access data)ase. . N C 2) CTR.22. 7 1 1 1 4 1 0 1 1 : 4 1 6 3 1 . (oom si(e in != ffice 1) 179 177 2) 279 2"7 3) 179 "77 4) 179 1777 ") #one of these 47.hich of the fo%%o0ing are $a%id !in. / series 177 P =T error code indicates a pro)%em 0ith the M 1) hard dri$e 2) ram or rom 3) s*stem )oard 4) $ideo adapter ") #one of these 36. 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) " ") #one of these 32. 1) Defau%t menu 2) DP menu 3) =tart menu 4) =top menu ") #one of these 2". 4. 2 1 7 /ns0ers 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 : 2 0 6 3 0 .>#F is ena)%ed in a computer 5> =M 1) >nstruction stored in $arious R ! chips are copied into 2) @a%ues are stored t0ice in the memor* for redundanc* 3) The con$entiona% memor* is re&mapped to the top of the 4) Data stored in R/! chips on adapter cards are shado0ed ") #one of these 1 0 : 6 . 5e defau%t9 8+ce% positions te+t in a ce%%'''''. N R ") #one of these 26. 1) 8+ce% 2777 2) 8+ce% 2772 3) 8+ce% !8 4) 8+ce% DP ") #one of these 33. To centre a paragraph using shortcut -e*s9 press'''' 1) CTR. 1) ta)%e9 form 2) queries9 reports 3) macros9 modu%es 4) a%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 32. : 7 4 4 4 3 3 1 . N 8 3) CTR. PC! is an e+amp%e of 1) digita% to digita% 2) digita% to ana%og 3) ana%og to ana%og 4) ana%og to digita% ") #one of these 22. '''''processes data 0hich is a%so ca%%ed )rain of the computer.hen =H/D ./# 3) .hich one amongst them is not an inter net0or-. N . The'''''a%%o0s *ou to access o)?ect and start programme. / computer program that 0i%% search its data)ase to find items 0hose tent contains a%% or at%east one of the 0ords gi$en to it. . O !a+. . 1) !/# 2) . . >n U#>D command B>=B is used to 1) repeat %ast 0ord of %ast command %ine 2) repeat entire %ess command %ine 3) count the num)er of arguments 4) match to un-no0n $a%ues ") #one of these 24. 1) C! = 2) R/! 3) DR/! 4) CPU ") #one of these 33. . 1) %eft&a%igned 2) right&a%igned 3) centered 4) ?ustified ") #one of these 24. Ho0 man* 37&)it =>!!= are required to popu%ate a )an. 1) =earch engine 2) >nternet&8+p%orer 3) =earching techniques 4) Particu%ar -e*0ords ") #one of these 23.

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2. The rectangu%ar area of the 1) pointer 2) menu 4. 2. . 4) #ote)oo-s 1) dis2) data 1) Dis. ") #one of these 11.a A""!% ate Bank C#erk E/a& 841*4:*04429 . . The information *ou put into the computer is ca%%ed 1) facts 2) data 3) fi%es 4) director* ") #one of these 12.aptops 0ith as a unit is a''''' he%ps to store information .hich of the fo%%o0ing groups ") #one of these consist of on%* input de$ices . / -e*)oard is this -ind of as 3) !ouse9 Printer9 !onitor de$ice 1) pu%%ing 2) pushing 4) P%otter9 Printer9 !onitor 1) )%ac2) input 3) do0n%oading ") #one of these 3) output 4) transferring / An)''''contains commands 4) 0ord processing ") #one of these that can )e se%ected. . / chat is 1) an internet standard that a%%o0s users to up%oad and do0n%oad fi%es 2) a t*ped con$ersation that ta-es p%ace on a computer 3) an on%ine area in 0hich users conduct 0ritten discussion a)out a particu%ar su)?ect 1. 4. The most common method of 6 2 entering te+t and numerica% .hich is the part of a computer ") #one of these ") #one of these that one can touch and fee% .hich part of the computer 3) .hich of the fo%%o0ing refers 3) 0riting a %etter and # T to the fastest9 )iggest and most 4) creating a dra0ing 4)>nc%ude /dd 9 =u)straction 9 e+pensi$e computer. 2 1 1 1 2 0 4 data into a computer s*stem is 4 . 14. /n error is a%so -no0n as'''' 1) Hard0are 2) =oft0are .dri$e 2) Le*)oard ") #one of these 3) cursor 4) f%opp* 3) !onitor 4) Printer 14. ") #one of these !u%tip%ication O Di$ision 1) Persona% computer / co%%ection of re%ated ") #one of these 2) =upercomputer information sorted and dea%t 6. The process of a computer consist of on%* output de$ices. The output de$ices ma-e it possi)%e to 1) $ie0 or print data 2) store data 3) scan data 4) input data ") #one of these 13.1". 3. ") #one of these ascending order or descending 1) 1etching 2) =toring =ending an e&mai% is simi%ar to order 3) 8+ecuting 4) Decoding 1) picturing an e$ent 3) use conditions 0ith ") #one of these 2) narrating a stor* operators such as /#D9 R 13.hich of the fo%%o0ing groups 1) )ug 2) de)ug 17. 4 through the use of a 1) -e*)oard 2) scanner State Bank !+ In. Hard0are inc%udes 1) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 !onitor 1) a%% de$ices used to input data 2) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 Printer into a computer 3) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 P%otter 2) sets of instructions that a 4) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 =canner computers runs or e+ecutes ") #one of these 3) the computer and a%% the /ns0ers de$ices connected to it that are 1 1 7 4 1 2 1 1 used to input and output data 1 7 4) a%% de$ices in$o%$ed 0 4 5 4 1 3 1 2 processing information 0 5 inc%uding the centra% processing : 1 3 3 1 4 1 3 unit9 memor* and storage : 3 ") #one of these 6 3 2 4 1 1 1 1 16. ". /rithmetic operations I screen that disp%a*s a program9 3) icon 4) )utton 1) in$o%$e matching one data data and C or information is a ") #one of these item to another to determine if ''' >T stands for'''''''' the first item is greater than9 1) tit%e )ar 2) )utton 1) >nformation Techno%og* equa% to9 or %ess then the other 3) dia%og )o+ 4) 0indo0 2) >ntegrated Techno%og* item ") #one of these 3) >nte%%igent Techno%og* 2) sort data items according to 12. 3) cursor 4) icon recei$ing information from a 1) =canner9 Printer9 !onitor ") #one of these ser$er on the internet is -no0n 2) Le*)oard9 Printer9 !onitor 3. . 4) the transmission of messages 3) printer 4) p%otter and fi%es $ia a computer ") #one of these net0or27. '''''is the process of carr*ing 4) creating a dra0ing standard9 predefined criteria in out commands.

oca% /rea Connection) can 1) run faster 2) go on %ine 3) share information andCor share periphera% equipment 4) 8&mai% ") #one of these 14.ord . . 1) R/! 2) Printer 3) !onitor 4) R ! ") #one of these 13. .done.Bank C#erk E/a& 81. / com)i%er trans%ates higher %e$e% programs into a machine %anguage program./# A.ide . 4) >RC ") 1TP 4. Chec-ing that a pin code num)er is $a%id )efore it is entered into the s*stem in an e+amp%e of 1) error correction 2) )ac-up and reco$er* 3) data preparation 4) data $a%idation ") #one of these 17. Processing in$o%$esM 1) inputting data into a computer s*stem 2) transforming input into output 3) disp%a*ing output in a usefu% manner 4) pro$iding re%e$ant ans0ers ") #one of these 27.ord is an e+amp%e of M 1) an operating s*stem 2) a processing de$ice 3) app%ication soft0are 4) an input de$ice ") #one of these 16. !icrosoft .indo0s 4) /pp%ication ") >cons ". The a)i%it* to find an indi$idua% item in a fi%e immediate%* 1) sequentia% access 2) fi%e a%%ocation ta)%e 3) direct access 4) director* ") #one of these 13. / series of instructions that te%%s a computer 0hat to do and ho0 to do it is ca%%ed a''''''.eased %ine ") Dia%&up&=er$ice 4.inu+ 3) .3) program 4) utput ") #one of these 1".e) pages contain commands in the %anguages 1) #>H 2) UR. 1) Digita% =u)scri)er 2) T> 3) Ca)%e modem 4) . / fie%d that unique%* identifies 0hich person9 thing9 or e$ent the record descri)es is a 1) fi%e 2) data 3) fie%d 4) -e* ") #one of these 12.hich of the fo%%o0ing operating s*stems is not o0ned and %icensed )* a compan* .indo0s 2777 4) !ac 4) . 1) program 2) Command 3) user response 4) processor ") #one of these 12.hich part of the computer disp%a*s the 0or. 1 7 1 5 1 3 1 2 0 4 3 3 3 2 4 1) source code 2) o)?ect code 3) compi%ed code 4) )eta code ") #one of these 11. 1) FU> 2) Dri$ers 2) . !ost . dis1) has a faster access than an interna% dis2) is a form of optia% dis-9 so it an on%* )e 0ritten once 3) ho%ds %ess data than a f%opp* dis4) can )e erased and re0ritten . / CD&R. Digita% 5an-ing can )e resorted through M A##a(aba. .hich is ca%%ed 1) !o)i%e phones 2) >nternet 3) Te%ephones 4) /%% of these ") #one of these 1 4 7 0 2 5 : 1 3 6 3 2 . 8$er* component of *our computer is either 1) soft0are of CPUCR/! 2) hard0are or soft0are 3) app%ication soft0are or s*stem soft0are 4) input de$ices or output de$ices ") #one of these 6.hich is the s%o0est internet connection ser$ice. Computers send and recei$e data in the form of''''signa%s.*4:*04429 and the c%oser )uttons appear on 1) The tit%e )ar 2) !enu )ar 3) =tatus )ar 4) Ru%er )ar ") Too% )ar 3. >n an* 0indo09 the ma+imum )utton9 the minimi(e )utton ") #one of these 14.indo0s 2. =pecia% effect used to introduce s%ides in a presentation are ca%%ed 1) 8ffect 2) Custom animation 3) Transition 4) /nimation ") Preset animation 2. /n* data or instructions entered into the memor* of a computer is considered as I 1) storage 2) output 3) input 4) information 1. . 2 1 4 /ns0ers 1 1 4 1 2 1 3 0 4 1 2 : 1 1 1 6 3 1 1 . 1) /na%og 2) Digita% 3) !odu%ated 4) Demodu%ated 3. 3) HT!. 1) Uni+ 2) . ''''are graphica% o)?ects used to represent common%* used app%ication. Computers connected to .

e)site address is unique name that identifies a specific '''''''on the 0e). . 1) /n add on for *our computer such as additiona% memor* 2) / set of computer programs used for a certain function such as 0ord processing 3) / protection *ou can )u* for a computer 4) The )o+9 manua% and %icense agreement that accompan* commercia% soft0are ") #one of these 22.hich of the fo%%o0ing cou%d do to remo$e a paragraph from a report *ou had 0ritten .at 5 to ma-e the ne+t 1) >ta%ic 2) under%ined 3) >ta%ic and under%ined 4) 5o%d ") #one of these 33.") #one of these 1". . . 1) De)ugging 2) Computing 3) >nterpreting 4) Testing ") #one of these 34.e) site 4) %in") #one of these 24. / program that 0or-s %i-e a ca%cu%ator for -eeping trac.of mone* and ma-ing )udgets 1) ca%cu%ator 2) scho%astic 3) -e*)oard 4) spreadsheet ") #one of these 16. !icrocomputer hard0are consists of three )asic categories of ph*sica% equipment 1) -e*)oard9 monitor9 hard dri$e 2) s*stem unit9 inputCoutput9 memor* 3) s*stem unit9 inputCoutput secondar* storage 4) s*stem unit9 primar* storage9 secondar* storage ") #one of these 32.indo0s .i(ard 2) Pi$ot Ta)%e 3) Pie chart 4) 5ar chart ") #one of these 3". '''''are distinct items that don:t ha$e much meaning to *ou in a gi$en conte+t 1) 1ie%ds 2) Data 3) Eueries 4) Properties ") #one of these 23. 1) #e0 2) =tart 3) Program 4) Contro% Pane% ") #one of these 24. 1) De%ete and edit 2) High%ight and de%ete 3) Cut and paste 4) undo t*ping ") #one of these 37. To indent the first paragraph of *our report9 *ou shou%d use the -e* 1) space )ar 2) return -e* 3) ta) -e* 4) shift -e* ") #one of these 22. Date and Time are a$ai%a)%e on the des-top at 1) Tas-)ar 2) !* computer 3) Rec*c%e )in 4) on%* A2) and A3) ") #one of these 31. Kou can start !icrosoft . Kou c%ic. /n e+amp%e of a te%ecommunication de$ice as a 1) -e* )oard 2) mouse 3) printer 4) modem ") #one of these 2".hich of the fo%%o0ing is not a common feature of soft0are app%ications . To ta-e information form one source and )ring it to *our computer is referred to as 1) up%oad 2) do0n%oad 3) transfer 4) de&%in") #one of these 27. . Kou cannot %in8+ce% 0or-sheet data to a . 1) !enus 2) . / .e) )ro0ser 2) PD/ 3) . / director* 0ithin a director* is ca%%ed 1) !ini Director* 2) Gunior Director* 3) Part Director* 4) =u) Director* ") #one of these 32. / )%in-ing s*m)o% on the screen that sho0s 0here the ne+t character 0i%% appear aCan 1) de%ete -e* 2) arro0 -e* 3) cursor 4) return -e* ") #one of these 26. 1) . >nformation on a computer is stored as 1) ana%og data 2) digita% data 3) modem data 4) 0atts data ") #one of these 14. 1) Chart .indo0 #T are -no0n as 1) processors 2) domain names 3) modems 4) operating s*stems ") #one of these 13. The t0o ma?or categories of soft0are inc%ude 1) operating s*stem and uti%it* 2) persona% producti$it* and s*stem 3) s*stem and app%ication 4) s*stem and uti%it* ") #one of these 12.indo0 649 and .ord )* using''''')uttons.hich is the )est definition of soft0are pac-age . '''''is the process of finding errors in soft0are code.indo0s 6"9 . 8ach )o+ is a spreadsheet is ca%%ed a 1) ce%% 2) empt* space 3) record 4) fie%d ") #one of these 21.ord document 1) 0ith the right drag method 2) 0ith the h*per%in3) 0ith the cop* and paste specia% commands 4) 0ith the cop* and paste )uttons on the standard commands ") /%% of these 23. >n 8+ce%9 Chart are created using 0hich option .

BFU>B stands for''''' 1) Fnute%%a Uni$ersa% >nterface 2) Fraphica% User >nterface 3) Fraphica% Uninsta%%C>nsta%% 4) Fenera% Uti%it* >nterface ") #one of these 12. 1) .*4:*04429 ") #one of these 2. 1) pen 2) C%ose 3) #e0 4) =a$e ") #one of these 36.8+press is a'''''''' 1) 8&!ai% c%ient 2) =chedu%er 3) /ddress )oo4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these . 81. The most popu%ar >nternet acti$it* is'''''''' 1) do0n%oading music 2) 0atching mo$ie trai%ers 3) shopping for )oo-s 4) e&mai%ing ") #one of these 17. 1) too% )ar 2) menu )ar 3) 0indo0 4) find ") #one of these 34. 3.hich -e* shou%d )e pressed to start a ne0 page in != .Bank C#erk E/a&. 0 7 0 5 0 3 0 2 : 4 4 2 " 2 3 2 1 : : 6 : .hat is equipment used to computer information and commands .hich t*pe of soft0are in simi%ar to an account:s 0orsheet . ". / fi%e that contains definitions of the paragraph and character st*%es for *our document and a%% things *ou customi(ed %i-e too%)ars and menu is ca%%ed a''''''' 1) guide 2) pattern 3) )ase document 4) temp%ate ") #one of these 14.aste 5in 2) input de$ice 3) =torage de$ice 4) Te%ecommunication de$ice ") #one of these 47.connecting se$era% computer a%% o$er the 0or%d is''''' 1) >nteranet 2) >nternet 3) /RPnet 3) #et0or") . 4. Programs designed specifica%%* to address genera% purpose app%ication and specia% purpose app%ications are ca%%ed''''''. The -e* %a)e%%ed 7&6 on the -e*)oard are ca%%ed''''' 1) 1unction -e*s 2) #umeric -e*s 3) T*pe0riter -e*s 4) =pecia% -e*s ") /%pha -e*s 6. ut%oo.indo0 #T ") /%% of a)o$e 3.aste )in 4) Rec*c%e . 1 7 1 5 1 3 1 2 0 4 4 3 4 2 4 2 1 : 0 6 0 . 7 5 3 2 1 4 " 1 1 " 2 4 2 : 1 6 1 ./# >n . /'''''contains )uttons and menus that pro$ide quicaccess to common%* used commands.indo0s 2) !ac 3) != D = 4) . 1or creating a document9 *ou use'''''command at 1i%e !enu. . >n a spreadsheet9 a ce%% is defined as the'''''''''' 1) >ntersection of a ta)%e and a tup%et 2) >ntersection of a ro0 and a fi%e and a data)ase 6 . : 7 : 5 : 3 : 2 6 4 1 2 2 1 3 2 1 2.ord . / termina% that cannot process an* information is ca%%ed''''' 1) Direct access termina% 2) >nte%%igent termina% 3) =mart termina% 4) 5%ind termina% ") Dum) termina% 4. 3) intersection of a ro0 and co%umn 4) >ntersection of a fie%d and a record ") #one of these 11.3) He%p 4 =earch ") #one of these 33. 1) != .ord processing 2) Data)ase 3) =preadsheet 4) Fraphics ") 1i%e manger The net0or. 1) utput de$ice 1. 1) Do0n Cursor Le* 2) 8nter -e* 3) =hift N 8nter 4) Ctr% N #e0 ") #one of these . /'''''''is design too% that graphica%%* sho0s the %ogic in a so%ution a%gorithm 1) f%o0chart 2) hierarch* chart 3) structure chart 4) conte+t diagram ") #one of these 13.indo0s9 )* defau%t the fi%es 0hen de%eted are sent to'''' 1) Dust )in 2) Rec*c%e )in 3) .hich of the fo%%o0ing is an perating =*stem . . /''''''contains specific ru%es and 0ords that e+press the %ogica% steps of an a%gorithm 1) programming %anguage 2) programming structure 3) s*nta+ 4) %ogic chart ") #one of these /ns0ers 1 3 1 " 0 3 : 4 1 1 1 0 2 1 3 0 1 : 4 0 0 0 : 3 1 3 0 3 : 4 A##a(aba. 1) operating s*stem .

. 1) R ! information can )e easi%* updated 2) Data in R ! is non$o%ati%e9 that is9 it remains there e$en 0ithout e%ectrica% po0er 3) R ! pro$ides $er* %arge amounts of ine+pensi$e data storage 4) R ! chips are easi%* s0apped )et0een different )rands of computer ") #one of these 2". The particu%ar fie%d of a record that unique%* identifies each record is ca%%ed the'''''. . . 8+amp%e of non&numeric data is 1) 8mp%o*ee address 2) 8+amination score 3) 5an. The a)i%it* of an = to run more than one app%ication at a time is ca%%ed 1) mu%titas-ing 2)o)?ect&oriented programming 3) mu%ti&user computing 4) time&sharing ") #one of these 22. / computer cannot B)ootB if it does not ha$e the'''''' 1) compi%es 2) .. )as9 . 1) Printers 2) =pea-ers 3) 1%opp* dis.hen 0e mo$e an* ro0 or co%umn9 the ne+t of mo$ed ce%%s 1) mo$es 0ith the ce%% 2) remains at its p%ace )ut formatting mo$es 3) mo$es 0ith ce%%s and formatting is %ost 4) mo$es 0ith ce%%s and some formatting are changed ") #one of these 26.hat is the name for the process that is used to con$ert a series of instructions9 or program9 0ritten in a high&%e$e% %anguage into instructions Aor a program) that can )e run on a computer . 1) !onitor 2) Le*)oard 3) =econdar* storage de$ices 4) =econdar* storage media ") #one of these 24. .doc. . 1) -e* fie%d 2) primar* fie%d 3) master fie%d 4) order fie%d ") #one of these 13. Coded entries 0hich are used to gain access to a computer s*stem are ca%%ed 1) 8ntr* codes 2) Pass0ords 3) =ecurit* commands 4) Code 0ords ") #one of these 24. /''''''contains )uttons and menus that pro$ide quicaccess to common%* used commands. 1) too%)ar 2) menu )ar 3) 0indo0 4) find ") #one of these 12. .hich of the fo%%o0ing periphera% de$ices disp%a*s information to a user . .2) dou)%e c%ic3) drag and drop 4) point ") right c%ic31.hen *ou 0ant to mo$e some te+t from one page to a different page9 the )est method is'''''''' 1) drag and drop 2) cut and paste 3) de%ete and ret*pe 4) find and rep%ace ") #one of these 21. htm are e+amp%e of 1) Data)ase 2) 8+tension 3) Domain 4) Protoco% ") #one of these 33. 1) >nformation9 reporting 2) Data9 information 3) >nformation9 )its 4) Records9 )*tes ") 5its9 )*tes 23.)a%ance 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 23. / CPU contains'''''''''' 1) a card reader and a printing de$ice 2) an ana%*tica% engine and a contro% unit 3) a contro% unit and an arithmetic %ogic unit 4) an arithmetic %ogic unit and a card reader ") #one of these 16. ''''''represents ra0 facts9 0here'as is data made meaningfu%. . 1) Too%)ar 2) !enu)ar 3) #ame)o+ 4) 1ormu%a )ar ") #one of these 32. 1) c%ic. /''''is an e+amp%e of an input de$ice 1) -e*)oard 2) monitor 3) mouse 4) Centre processing unit ") A1) and A3) 14. .oader 3) perating =*stem 4) /ssem)%er ") #one of these 27.2) s*stem soft0are 3) app%ication soft0are 4) management information s*stem ") #one of these 1".hich t*pe of resource does ha$e greater pro)a)i%it* to )ecome shared resource in a computer net0or. =a$ing is the process 1) To cop* document from memor* to storage medium 2) To change the content of an* document 3) To change the disp%a* or entire document . 1) /ssem)%ing 2) Compi%ing 3) Trans%ating 4) Up%oading ") #one of these 22.de$ice 4) Le*)oard ") #one of these 37.hich of the fo%%o0ing disp%a*s the contents of acti$e ce%% . and .hat characteristic of read on%* memor* AR !) ma-es it usefu% .hich of the fo%%o0ing terms is used to descri)e the mo$ement of an item 0ith the he%p of mouse to a ne0 position on screen .

hich -e* is used in com)ination 0ith another -e* to perform a specific tas. 1) CPU 2) !onitor 3) R/! 4) R ! ") #one of these 4. . CDs are of 0hich shape . " 1 7 " 1 5 2 1 3 4 1 2 3 0 4 /ns0ers 2 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 : 3 0 6 1 0 . 1) function 2) arro0 3) space )ar 4) contro% ") #one of these 2. To com)ine t0o or more ce%%s into a sing%e ce%% is ca%%ed 1) !erging 2) Goining 3) =haring 4) =p%itting ") #one of these 36. 2 0 7 " 0 5 3 0 3 3 0 2 2 : 4 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 : 1 : 0 : : : 6 : . 1or creating a document9 *ou use ''''command at 1i%e !enu.hich of the fo%%o0ing $ie0s is present in po0er point . . /''''''is a unique name that *ou gi$e to a fi%e of information.memor* 4) Program memor* ") #one of these . 1) =quare 2) Rectangu%ar 3) Round 4) He+agona% ") #one of these 4.or-)oo-s 3) #ote)oo4) 8+ce%sheet ") #one of these 33. : 7 : 5 : 3 : 2 6 4 4 2 1 " 3 2 3 1 2 3 P'n=ab Nat !na# Bank C#erk E/a&. =omething 0hich has easi%*& understood instructions is said to )e 1) information 2) 0ord processing 3) user friend%* 4) icon ") #one of these 6. . 1) !ain memor* 2) =econdar* memor* 3) Dis.or-sheet 2) . 8+ce% stores its document in form of fi%es 0hich is ca%%ed 1) . >nformation on a computer is stored as 1) ana%og data 2) digita% data 3) modem data 4) 0atts data ") #one of these 17. 806*46*04429 1. The )%in-ing point 0hich sho0s *our position in the te+t is ca%%ed 1) 5%in-er 2) Cursor 3) Causer 4) Pointer ") #one of these 12. ''''is the process of imp%ementing command 1) 1etching 2) =toring 3) Decoding 4) 8+ecuting ") #one of these 3". . .hich of the fo%%o0ing 0i%% trans%ate images of te+t9 dra0ings9 and photos into digita% form . 7 5 3 2 1 4 4 1 1 4 1 0 3 1 : 2 1 6 2 1 . 1) Document $ie0 2) =%idesorter $ie0 3) =%idechanger $ie0 4) P%a*side $ie0 ") #one of these 47. 1) fo%der 2) fi%ename 3) fi%ename e+tension 4) de$ice %etter ") #one of these 2.cop* ") #one of these 32. ''''9 a printed information9 e+ists in rea% sense and is more permanent from of output than the output e+isting on disp%a* de$ice. This t*pe of hard0are consists of de$ices that trans%ate data into a form the computer can process 1) app%ication 2) input 3) s*stem 4) /%% of these ") #one of these ".4) To de$e%op document )* entering te+t using -e*)oard ") #one of these 34.hich part is the B)rainB of the computer . 1or seeing the output9 *ou use 1) !onitor 2) Le*)oard 3) !ouse 4) =canner ") #one of these 3.. 1) #e0 2) pen 3) Document 4) T*pe ") #one of these 11. To change hard0are computers into more po0erfu% or rectified $ersion is ca%%ed 1) 8+pansion 2) P%ug and p%a* 3) Upgrading 4) Upsi(ing ") #one of these 34. 1) digiti(er 2) modem 3) scanner 4) -e*)oard ") #one of these 3. 1) =oftcop* 2) Car)on cop* 3) Hard cop* 4) Des. >n order to mo$e from one 0or-sheet to another in e+ce% 0or-)oo-9 one shou%d c%ic1) /cti$e ce%% 2) =cro%% )ar 3) =heet ta) 4) Ta) )utton ") #one of these 1 0 : 6 .here are programs and data -ept 0hi%e the processor is using them .

!emor* ") #one of these Processing Unit) 4) Tape !emor* 2". /ns0ers processing Unit) Le*)oard9 1) R/! 1 2 1 1 1 3 !ouse9 /pp%ications and 2) CD R ! Dri$e 4 2 #et0or3) !odem 4) Hard 0 1 1 2 0 2 ") #one of these dri$e 1 4 1". 1) Ctr% N / 2) /%t N 1" information 1) Code 2) Co%umn 3) =hift N = 4) /%% of the a)o$e 3) Computer 4) Character 4) Can:t )e done ") #one of these ") #one of these ") #one of these 14.o$er ") #one of these 3) !onitor9 CPU ACentre phone. Permanent !emor* in 0 1 2) dra0ing a picture computer is ca%%ed 6 2 1 1 0 3 3) ta%-ing on phone 1) R/! 2) R ! : 0 4) sending a pac-age 3) CPU 4) CD R ! . =ending an e&mai% is same as ") #one of these : 3 1 1 0 4 1) 0riting a %etter 27.up of the data fi%es 0i%% 1) Computer Processor Unit 2) an a%gorithm he%p to pre$ent'''''. .e)e%s 7 . 5* CD *ou can 2) !onitor9 CPU ACentre ") #one of these 1) Read 2) .rite #et0orcomputer or for ta%. / computer trans%ates a 1) hard0are 2) icon document'''''. 806*46*04429 1. . of the fo%%o0ing hard0are 1) !ain !emor* 1) 8nd 2) =tart equipments . 6 genera%%* used . . Te+t in a co%umn is genera%%* into'''' 3) Frinding a%igned''''''. program 0ritten in high&%e$e% 3) information 4) soft0are 1) is a%0a*s 0hite co%our %anguage into'''.a C#erk E/a&.hich of the fo%%o0ing 2) =torage for information and ") #one of these commands is used to se%ect the instruction 23.hat is correcting in a 3) $irus infection ") #one of these program ca%%ed . The computer is made of 0hich c%ose%* re%ated to processor . menu e+ist . .hich t*pe of memor* is 24. are represented )* 5 1 1 3 0 3 1) >can 2) Le*)oard 1) =*m)o%s 2) .13. 4 1 1 0 4 ") #one of these ") #one of these 6 : 12. Different app%ications and 7 3 1 1 0 2 0hich of the fo%%o0ing is documents of 0indo0s des-top . 2) =econdar* !emor* 3) Turn off 4) Restart 1) !onitor9 CPU ACentre 3) Dis. CPU stands for''''''' 1) !achine %anguage 2.or%d 3.hich de$ice is used to access 3) Read and 0rite mouse9 Programme and *our computer )* other 4) 8ither Read or . The primar* purpose of 1) Compi%ing ") #one of these soft0are is to turn data 2) De)ugging 3. . The )ac-ground of an* . ") #one of these . 4. 4) %ose of data 2. The'''of a s*stem inc%udes the ") #one of these ") #one of these program O instructions.hat does :C: represent in 0ho%e document . 3) P%ace for printing !>CR.rite processing Unit)9 Le* )oard9 16. 3) !ouse 4) 1%opp* 3) Fraph 4) >cons 3 3 1 2 Dis") #one of these 5 ") #one of these 22. =canner scans 2 2 1 1 13. n 0hich )utton does he%p 14. 3) 5oth Picture and Te+t 1) P%ace for t*ping data 4) #either Picture nor Te+t State Bank O+ In. . 1) 0e) sites 4) >nterpreting 1) ?ustified 2) right 2) information 3) programs ") #one of these 3) centre 4) %eft 4) o)?ects ". 1or se%ecting or high%ighting 21.hat does storage unit 1) Picture 2) Te+t 3 pro$ide . 5ac. 2) Centra% Protection Unit 3) a de)ugged program 1) %oss of confidentia%it* 3) Computer Protection Unit 4) Ga$a ") #one of these 2) dup%ication of data 4) Centra% Processing Unit 4.

2) C%ic. document to a ne0 document 1) TDT 2) . . The most common t*pe of storage de$ices are''''. 1i%e e+tensions are used in order to 1) name the fi%e 2) ensure the fi%ename is not %ost 3) identif* the fi%e 4) identif* the fi%e t*pe ") #one of these 27. 4) %ogic chart 1) Ret*pe the document and ") #one of these gi$e it a different name 13. >n page pre$ie0 mode& 1) Data)ase 1) Kou can see a%% pages of 2) Document processor *our document 3) Fraphics pac-age 2) Kou can on%* see the page 4) =preadsheet *ou are current%* 0or-ing ") #one of these 3) Kou can on%* see pages that 11. Kou use from the document and p%aced '''''''. 4) D C 4) Use .hat 0ou%d *ou do to do not contain graphics high%ights a 0ord . /''''contains specific ru%es 4) can ha$e an* co%our *ou and 0ords that e+press the chose %ogica% steps of an a%gorithm. the cursor is )%in-ing 1) =quare 2) Rectangu%ar 4) on%* A2) and A3) 3) Round 4) He+agona% 3) R ! 4) R. 1or seeing the output.2) is the co%our *ou present 3) Ro%% mouse around under the ption menu 4) Ro%% and then c%ic. CDs are of 0hich shape . ''''is processed )* the computer into information. in the c%ip)oard 1) !onitor 2) Le*)oard 3) Te+t from the c%ip)oard 3) !ouse 4) =canner 0ou%d )e p%aced in the ") #one of these document at the p%ace 0here 4. 4 1 4 /ns0ers 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 4 1 4 : 2 1 3 6 4 1 2 . 1) Pictures 2) Te+t 3) 5oth Pictures and Te+t 4) #either Pictures nor te+t ") #one of these 2. command e+tension for a%% . Kou 4) Kou can on%* see the tit%e position the cursor ne+t to the page of *our document name 0ord9 and then''''' ") #one of these 1) Drag mouse 0hi%e ho%ding 12. ") #one of these 1) programming %anguage 6.mouse once 1) CD 2) D@D State Bank !+ In. .hat is the defau%t fi%e 2) Use the =a$e as. 1 7 1 5 1 3 1 2 0 4 4 1 2 4 2 ") #one of these ".indo0s 8+p%orer to ") #one of these cop* the document to a 14.mouse 3) is a%0a*s the same for the ") #one of these entire document 12. is ca%%ed''''''. / director* 0ithin a director* is ca%%ed'''''''' 1) !ini Director* 2) Gunior Director* 3) Part Director* 4) =u) Director* ") #one of these .. . 1) Data 2) #um)er 3) /%pha)ets 4) Picture ") #one of these 14.hich is the part of the different %ocation and then computer s*stem that one can rename it ph*sica%%* touch . ") #one of these 13. / scanner scans''''''.hich one of the fo%%o0ing 2) operating s*stem soft0are app%ications 0ou%d )e 3) hard0are the most appropriate for 4) soft0are performing numerica% and ") #one of these statistica% ca%cu%ations .a C#erk E/a&.RD and then sa$e 3) 1>. >f ne+t 0as high%ighted and 2. ") #one of these 1) data 17. 1) computer 2) Processor 3) case 4) st*%us ") #one of these 16.ord 3) Cop* and paste the origina% documents . >n order to sa$e an e+isting 2) s*nta+ document 0ith a different 3) programming structure name *ou need to. 1) persistent 2) optica% 3) magnetic 4) f%ash ") #one of these 1 2 7 0 2 5 : 1 3 6 2 2 . 1". Reusa)%e optica% storage 0i%% )utton do0n t*pica%%* ha$e the acron*m'''. /''''is an e%ectronic de$ice that process data. The )%in-ing point 0hich B8ditB BCop*B 0as c%ic-ed9 sho0s *our position in the te+t 0hat 0ou%d happen . 843*11*04429 ") #one of these 1. Con$erting it into information. . 1) Te+t 0ou%d )e copied from 1) 5%in-er 2) Cursor the document and p%aced in the 3) Causer 4) Pointer c%ip)oard ") #one of these 2) Te+t 0ou%d )e remo$ed 3.

Computers use the''''num)er com)ination 0ith another -e* 3. 3) Hard0are 1) pageup 2) a 4) .e) 5ro0sers 3) hone 4) enter ") #one of these ") #one of these 4.indo0s des-top )*'''''. Kou c%ic. 81. Ctr%9 =hift and /%t are ca%%ed ") #one of these ''''-e*s.3.. perform ca%cu%ations.*11*04429 1.hich of the fo%%o0ing is not an input de$ice . 1) function 2) space )ar 1) )inar* 2) octa% 3) arro0 4) contro% 3) decima% 4) ") #one of these he+adecima% ". >n a spreadsheet program the'''''contains re%ated 0or-sheet and documents. He%p !enu is a$ai%a)%e at 0hich )utton . . 1) 1ormatting 2) =tandard 3) Tit%e 4) 1ormatting or Tit%e ") #one of these 4. / 0e) site:s main page is ca%%ed its''''''.hich part is the B)rainB of the computer . Ph*sica% components that ma-e 1) modifier 2) function up *our computer are -no0n 3) a%phanumeric as''''''. 1) Home page 2) 5ro0ser Page 3) =earch Page 4) 5oo-mar") #one of these 13. 1) 8nd 2) =tart 3) Turnoff 4) Restart ") #one of these 14. 1 7 1 5 1 3 1 2 0 4 1 4 3 1 2 State Bank !+ In. .at 5 to ma-e the te+t''''''. 4) ad?ustment 1) perating s*stem ") #one of these The pattern of printed %ines on most products are ca%%ed'''''. 1) >ta%ics 2) under%ined 3) >ta%ics and Under%ined 4) 5o%d ") #one of these 11. . 1) R/! 2) R ! 3) CPU 4) CD&R ! ") #one of these @arious app%ications and documents are represented on the . Computer %anguage used on the internet is'''''''. Changing an e+isting document is ca%%ed''''''the document. 1) creating 2) de%eting 3) editing 4) ad?using ") #one of these 16.hat is the permanent memor* )ui%t into *our computer ca%%ed. 3 1 4 /ns0ers 4 1 1 1 3 1 3 0 1 1 2 : 3 1 2 6 4 1 4 . 1) Le*)oard 2) !onitor 3) Go*stic4) !icrophone ") #one of these 1 1 7 0 2 5 : 1 3 6 3 2 . / dis-:s content that is recorded at the time of manufacture and that cannot )e changed or erased )* the user is'''''''. 1) CPU 2) !onitor 3) R/! 4) R ! ") #one of these 12. Kou can -eep *our persona% fi%esCfo%ders in''''''. 3) Ga$a 4) Pasca% ") #one of these 17. To mo$e to the )eginning of a 2) =oft0are 2. Data that is copied from an app%ication is stored in the''''' 1) Dri$er 2) Termina% 3) Prompt 4) C%ip)oard ") #one of these 14. 4. 1) !* fo%der 2) !* documents 3) !* fi%es 4) !* te+t ") #one of these 1". 1or opening and c%osing of the fi%e in 8+ce%9 *ou can use 0hich )ar .a C#erk E/a&. 1) 5/=>C 2) C 5 . 1) =*m)o%s 2) . / centra% computer that ho%ds co%%ections of data and programs for man* PCs9 0or-stations9 and other computers is a An)'''''''. 1) prices 2) CR 3) scanners 4) )arcodes ") #one of these . %ine of te+t9 press the''''-e*. s*stem to store data and to perform a specific tas. 1) memor*&on%* 2) 0rite&on%* 3) read&on%* 4) run&on%* ") #one of these 13. 1) =upercomputer 2) minicomputer 3) .hich of the fo%%o0ing contro%s the manner of interaction )et0een the user and the operating s*stem .aptop 4) ser$er ") #one of these 12. 3. 1) 0or-)oo2) co%umn 3) ce%% 4) formu%a ") #one of these 27. . 1) user interface 2) %anguage trans%ator 3) p%atform 4) screen sa$er ") #one of these 6.a)e%s 3) Fraphs 4) >cons .hich -e* is used in 2.

8&mai% addresses separate the user name from the >=P using the'''''s*m)o%.dri$e test 3) memor* test 4) po0er&on&se%f&test ") #one of these 12. . 1) uti%it* 1) t*pe face 2) t*pe st*%e 2) app%ication 3) font 4) pico 3) operating s*stem ") #one of these 4) net0or3. Pass0ord ena)%e users 4. /%% the de%eted fi%es go to ''''. Kou can start !icrosoft . 1) guide 2) mode% 3) ru%ar 4) temp%ate ") #one of these 4.ord )* using''''')utton. >n 8+ce%9 Charts are created using 0hich option . 1) Code 2) Co%our 3) Computer 4) Character ") #one of these 11. /An)'''''is a program that 2. The'''''te%%s the computer to'''''. . 1) Chart . . Persona% computer can )e connected together to form a''''. The simu%taneous processing of t0o or more programs )* mu%tip%e processors is'''''''.hich e%ements of a .5ar 3) Too% 5ar 4) !* computer ") #one of these 17. the'''%ine descri)es the 1) Rec*c%e 5in contents of the message.ith a CD *ou can'''''. 1) Rec*c%e 5in 2) Tas. /''''pre&designed document ") #one of these that a%read* had coordinating fonts9 a %a*out9 and a )ac-ground.rite 3) Read O . 81. . 2) f%opp* dis1) su)?ect 2) to 3) c%ip)oard 3) contents 4) cc 4) mother)oard ") #one of these ") #one of these 3. 1 7 1 5 1 3 1 2 0 4 3 3 3 2 1 State Bank !+ In. 1or creating a document. 1) mu%tiprogramming 2) mu%titas-ing 3) time&sharing 4) mu%ti processing ") #one of these 13.hat t*pe of de$ice is a computer printer . Kou use''''command at 1i%e !enu.") #one of these 6.i(ard 2) Pi$ot Ta)%e 3) Pie Chart 4) 5ar Chart ") #one of these 1 1 7 0 1 5 : 3 3 6 4 2 . >n !>CR9 C stands for''''.rite ") #one of these 16.rite 4) 8ither Read or . 1 1 4 /ns0ers 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 4 1 2 : 1 1 4 6 4 1 4 . 1) n%* graphics 2) n%* te+t 3) /%% e%ements 4) /%% e%ements9 )ut on%* if *ou ha$e a co%our printer ") #one of these .hen *ou turn on the computer9 the )oot routine 0i%% perform this test''''''. ho0 to use its components. 1) >nput 2) utput 3) =oft0are 4) =torage ") #one of these 14. 1) get into the s*stem quic-%* 1) uti%it* 2) net0or2) ma-e efficient use of time 3) app%ication program 3) retain confidentia%it* of fi%es 4) operating s*stem 4) simp%* fi%e structures ") #one of these ") #one of these ". . 1) storage 2) input 3) output 4) !emor* ") #one of these 1". 1) R/! test 2) dis. The contents of''''are %ost 0hen the computer turns off.hen *ou sa$e to this9 *our data 0i%% remain intact e$en 0hen the computer is turned off'''. /'''''is a named set of ma-es the computer easier to characters that ha$e the same use.hen sending an e&mai%9 are sent to the'''''.a C#erk E/a&. 1) 2) P 3) Q 4) ") #one of these 12. 1) pen 2) C%ose 3) #e0 4) =a$e ") #one of these 14.ord document can )e disp%a*ed in co%our. 1) R/! 2) !other)oard 3) secondar* storage de$ice 4) primar* storage de$ice ") #one of these 13. 1i%es de%eted from the hard dis2.*11*04429 1. 1) Read 2) . . 1) ser$er 2) supercomputer 3) enterprise 4) net0or") #one of these 6. characteristics. 1) #e0 2) =tart 3) Program 4) Contro% Pane% ") #one of these 27.

=oftcop* is the intangi)%e 4) integrated circuit directiona% arro0s. To access properties of an 1) shift 1) The ph*sica% parts of the o)?ect9 the mouse technique to 2) arro0 %occomputer use is''''''''. The )asic )ui%ding )%oc.hat the processor ta-es : 3 1) 5ridge 2) Router from the user 6 4 2 3 1 2 1 " 3) Repeater 2) . 3) input de$ices 3) =torage 4) 1i%e 1) digita% de$ice 4) memor* modu%es ") #one of these 2) s*stem add&on ") #one of these ". 3) =*stem programming 3) storage de$ice 1) processed 2) graphs . =omething 0hich has easi%* 4) The ph*sica% output de$ices. C9 5/=>C9 C 5 . 2) information 1 3 7 2 1 1 1 3 1) ne0sgroup 2) usenet 3) 0ord processing 1 7 3) )ac-)one 4) f%aming 4) icon 0 1 5 4 1 " 1 1 ") #one of these ") #one of these 0 5 13. 3) num %oc2) The printed parts of the 1) right&c%ic-ing 4) space %occomputer 2) shift&c%ic-ing ") #one of these 3) The printed output 3) dragging 13. 4) . / de$ice operating at the 14. The term'''''designates as computer''''''''''''''. / comp%ete e%ectronic circuit ") #one of these 16. 3) 0aiting room ") #one of these 1) attachment 2) h*per%in4) p%anning room 2. /n emai% account inc%udes a 1) factor* 3) 0or-station storage area9 often ca%%ed a 2) operating room 4) ser$er An)'''''.hat is the term for unso%icited 1) user friend%* /ns0ers e&mai% .hat the processor gi$es to 1) mouse 2) Go*sticthe user 3) -e*)oard 4) pen ") #one of these State Bank !+ In. 3) hand 4) pa%m 3) Ta)%e 1) .hat the processor gets 4 .of a 0ith transistors and other 1". 800*11*04429 1. to a computer s*stem to 2) processors 1) CPU 2) !emor* enhance its functiona%it*. R/! can )e thought of as )ased computing de$ices. . /''''''can ma-e it easier to from the user p%a* games. and ?a$a information.hat is output . The )%in-ing s*m)o% on the data)ase that contains re%ated e%ectronic components on a computer screen is ca%%ed the records is sma%% si%icon chip is ca%%ed a 1) mouse 2) %ogo 1) Euer* 2) 1orm An)'''''.a C#erk E/a&. 4 14. 4) periphera% de$ice the'''''for the computer:s 1) persona% computer ") #one of these processor.17. 1 1 4 1 " 0 3 ") #one of these 3) . To ma-e the num)er pad act as 27. Kou press output so then 0hat is hardcop* ") #one of these the''''-e*. : 1 3 4 1 3 1 4 ph*sica% %a*er is ca%%ed a 1) . 11.hat the user gi$es to the 6 2 4) /%% of the a)o$e processor . /n area of a computer that 3. The instructions that te%% a 4) High&%e$e% 4) processing de$ice computer ho0 to carr* out the ") #one of these ") #one of these processing tas-s are referred to 4.pac2. .or-station 2) CPU ") cursor 4) 8dited Page ") Report 3) magnetic dis12. 2) mainframe 4. /''''is a microprocessor 3) dis. 6. . Data )ecomes''''''0hen it is are e+amp%e of''''%anguages 1) utput de$ice presented in a format that 1) %o0&%e$e% 2) Computer 2) input de$ice peop%e can understand and use. 12. 4) dropping understood instructions is said ") #one of these ") #one of these to )e''''''. temporari%* ho%ds data 0aiting equipment that might )e added 1) programs to )e processing is''''''''. Kou use aAn)''''''such as a 3) mai%)o+ 4) >P address ") #one of these -e*)oard or mouse9 to input ") #one of these 3.

'''''pro$ides process and 1 1 7 2 1 2 1 4 1) data migration rate memor* management ser$ices 1 7 2) data digiti(ing rate that a%%o0 t0o or more tas-s 0 2 5 4 1 3 1 1 3) Data transfer rate ?o)s9 or program to run 0 5 4) data access rate simu%taneous%*. ne thousand )*tes is a''''. >nformation -ept a)out a fi%e manipu%ation is ca%%ed'''''. The tas-)ar is %ocated''''''. 800*11*04429 1.a C#erk E/a&. 1) input 2) output ". 13. 4) %ogarithm&)ased that he%ps a computer monitor 1) -i%o)*te 2) mega)*te ") #one of these itse%f and function more 3) giga)*te 4) tera)*te 16.access inc%udes''''''. . / ! D8! is connect in 1) !ega)*te 1) one the =tart menu )et0een a te%ephone %ine and 2) 5inar* %anguage 2) at the )ottom of the screen a''''' 3) 5inar* digit 3) on the Euic.U performs''''opera& 1) con$erter 2) compi%er tions. 14. 1) upgrading 4) /%% of the a)o$e 1) print settings 2) processing ") #one of these 2) de%etion date 3) )atching 12. /''''is an additiona% set of to operate efficient%* and -eep 2) =*stem =oft0are commands that the computer trac. State Bank !+ In. '''is the a)i%it* of a de$ice to 2) su)menu 4) operating s*stem B?umpB direct%* to the 3) menu se%ection ") #one of these requested data. Changing an e+isting document 6. 4) s*stem unit . /'''''con$erts a%% the 2) !u%tithreading 6 2 2 3 1 1 1 4 statements in a program in a 3) !u%tiprocessing 6 2 sing%e )atch and the resu%ting 4) !u%ticomputing .. 4 p%aced in a ne0 fi%e. 1 1 2 1 2 0 2 co%%ection of instructions is ") #one of these 4 . 3) D5!= disp%a*s after *ou ma-e a 1) app%ication s*stem 4) /pp%ication =oft0are se%ection from the main menu. The'''''is the )o+ that houses 1) on the des-top is ca%%ed'''''the document. the most important parts of a 2) on the hard dri$e 1) creating 2) editing computer s*stem 3) on the shortcut menu 3) modif*ing 4) ad?usting 1) soft0are 2) hard0are 4) in the Properties dia%og )o+ ") #one of these 3) input de$ice ") #one of these 3.of data. The /. Computers manipu%ate data in 1) =equentia% access ") #one of these man* 0a*s9 and this 2) Random access 12.3) information 3) interpreter 1) arithmetic 4) presentation 4) instruction 2) /=C>> ") #one of these ") #one of these 3) a%gorithm&)ased 17. 2) hard0are s*stem ") #one of these 1) dia%og )o+ 3) soft0are s*stem 11. The''''is the amount of data 3) A1) O A2) on%* 4) uti%ising that a storage de$ice can mo$e 4) si(e ") #one of these from the storage medium to the ") #one of these /ns0ers computer per second. 2. The term )it is short for''''. /An)'''''is soft0are that efficient%* is aCan ") #one of these he%ps a computer contro% itse%f 1) . : 3 3 3 1 2 1 1 ") #one of these 1) !u%titas-ing : 3 13.indo0s 1".aunch too%)ar 1) #et0or2) Computer 4) 5inar* num)er 4) at the top of the screen 3) Communication /dapter ") #one of these ") #one of these 4) =eria% Port 4. /nother 0ord for soft0are is ") #one of these of a computer .here is data sa$ed 1) Cop* test 3) program 4) s*stem permanent%* .hich is not a )asic function 2. 4. 3) Euic. 4) /%% of the a)o$e 27. Fenera%%*9 *ou access the 3) CPU 4) Printer 4) =tore data Rec*c%e 5in through an icon ") #one of these ") #one of these %ocated'''''. . 2) /ccept input ") #one of these 1) !emor* 2) =torage 3) Process data 3. / set of computer programs 14.

p%ace it after the "th paragraph 1) Hard0are is'''''''. >n 0ord processing9 an efficient for specific purposes are -no0n 0a* to mo$e the 3rd paragraph to as''''''. 1) mo)i%e de$ice 2) information processing c*c%e 3) circuit )oard 4) computer s*stem ") #one of these 13. 3) source code 1) operating s*stem 2) data)ase 3) data)ase program 4) data 0arehouse ") #one of these 3. 1) R/! is a temporar* storage area 2) R/! is the same as hard disstorage 3) R/! is $o%ati%e .is ca%%ed the''''director*. 1) hard0are 2) soft0are 3) data 4) information ") #one of these 12. 1) root 2) su) 3) fo%der 4) net0or") #one of these 13. 2) #et0or. 1) fo%der 2) fi%e 3) path 4) fi%e e+tension ") #one of these 11. 1) a%gorithm 2) hard0are program 3) soft0are )ug 4) firm0are program ") #one of these 4. /''''shares hard0are9 soft0are9 ") #one of these and data among authori(ed users. !ost . 1) search engine 2) home page 3) )ro0ser 4) UR. 1) Circuit )oard 2) CPU 3) !emor* 4) #et0or. .card ") #one of these 1".e) sites ha$e a main page9 the''''9 0hich acts as a door0a* to the rest of the . =oft0are for organi(ing storage ca%%ed'''''.hich of the fo%%o0ing s*stem computer is the )rain of the computer . The soft0are too%s that ena)%e a 4) 0ord si(e ") #one of these user to interact 0ith a computer 4. 1) integrated circuit 2) mother)oard 3) processor 4) microchip ") #one of these 16. 2 1 2 1 1 0 3 4 . The main s*stem )oard of a computer is ca%%ed the''''.in -no0n as a An)'''''.hich of the fo%%o0ing is not a 1) net0or2) protoco% function of the contro% unit . /''''')ac-up contains a cop* of e$er* program9 data and s*stem fi%e on a computer. 814*41*04149 1.e) site pages. >nput9 output9 and processing de$ices grouped together represent aAn)''''. ") #one of these 14. 1) cache 2) instruction set 3) source code 4) 0ord si(e ") #one of these /ns0ers 1 2 7 2 1 1 1 1 1 7 0 3 5 3 1 4 1 3 0 5 : 1 3 1 1 2 1 2 : 3 6 2 2 4 1 2 1 4 6 2 . Computer programs are 0ritten 3) >nterpret instructions in a high&%e$e% programming 4) Direct operations %anguage R ho0e$er9 the human& ") #one of these reada)%e R $ersion of a program is 2.hich of the fo%%o0ing is not true a)out R/! . ". 4 Un !n Bank !+ In. 3) h*per%in4) transmitter 1) Read instructions ") #one of these 2) 8+ecute instructions 3. 1) )usiness soft0are 2) an operating s*stem 3) a securit* uti%it* 4) an office suite ") #one of these 14.") #one of these 17. 1) restoration 2) )ootstrap 3) differentia% 4) fu%% ") #one of these 27. /''''is a co%%ection of information sa$ed as a unit.=oft0are 1) cop* and paste 3) =hare0are 2) cop*9 cut and paste 4) /pp%ications 3) cut9 cop* and paste ") #one of these 4) cut and paste 2. . Periphera% de$ices such as printers and monitors are considered to )e''''''. 1) net0or2) protoco% 3) h*per%in4) transmitter ") #one of these 12. Computer programs are 0ritten in a high&%e$e% programming %anguage ho0e$er9 the human& reada)%e $ersion of a program is ca%%ed'''''''. The main director* of a dis. / set of step&)*&step procedures for accomp%ishing a tas. and retrie$a% of information is a 1) cache 2) instruction set An)'''''''. /nti$irus soft0are is an e+amp%e of''''.a Bank C#erk E/a&. /''''share hard0are9 soft0are and data among authori(ed users. .

1) function 2) formu%a 3) ce%% address 4) $a%ue ") #one of these 12. ") #one of these 31. 1) root 2) su) 3) fo%der 4) net0or") #one of these 17.ide . / group of 4 )its in -no0n as a' 1) )*te 2) -i%o)*te 3) )inar* digit 4) mega)it ") #one of these 24. . .ord . The ph*sica% arrangement of e%ements on a page is referred to as a document:s''''''. 5ut a CD&R ! can on%* )e read from 4) / CD&R ! ho%ds more information then a CD&R. 1) R ! 2) R/! 3) hard dis4) soft0are ") #one of these 14.e) ") #one of these 13.onder 2) . can )e 0ritten to. 1) Co%umn 2) @a%ue 3) address 4) Ce%% ") #one of these 22. The hard0are de$ice common%* referred to as the B)rainB of the computer is the'' 1) R/! chip 2) data input 3) CPU 4) secondar* storage ") #one of these 2". Processing is used 0hen a %arge mai%&order compan* accumu%ates orders and processes them together in one %arge set.ord .ide . /''''' is a co%%ection of data that is stored e%ectronica%%* as a series of records in a ta)%e. 1) 1%opp* dis2) !agnetic dis3) !agnetic tape 4) ptica% dis") #one of these 13.ord .doc fi%e 2) http 3) machine %anguage 4) HT!. cannot 3) / CD&R. / des-top computer is a%so -no0n as a''''. The main director* of a dis. 1) / fo%der 2) / director* 3) / mai%)o+ 4) The hard dis") #one of these 24. 1) features 2) format 3) pagination 4) grid ") #one of these 11. Data representation is )ased on the '''''num)er s*stem 0hich uses t0o num)ers to represent a%% data.hat is the difference )et0een a CD&R ! and a CD&R. .hen a fi%e contains instructions that can )e carried out )* computer9 it is often ca%%ed aAn) '''''fi%e. . 1) spreadsheet 2) presentation 3) data)ase 4) 0e) page ") #one of these 21. 1) 5atch 2) n%ine 3) Rea%&time 4) Froup ") #one of these 14. . 1) a .e)..is a ca%%ed the director*. . S=U!A51 M 54) is an e+amp%e of a '''''. The most common input de$ices inc%ude'''''''''. /'''is a professiona%%* designed Bempt*B document that can adapted to the user:s needs 1) fi%e 2) guide 3) temp%ate 4) user guide fi%e ") #one of these 23. ") #one of these 16) Ho%ding the mouse )utton do0n 0hi%e mo$ing an o)?ect or te+t is -no0n as& 1) mo$ing 2) dragging 3) dropping 4) high%ighting ") #one of these 27. 1) data 2) information 3) e+ecuta)%e 4) app%ication ") #one of these 37.ide . means& 1) . 1) )inar* 2) )iometric 3) )icentennia% 4) )*te ") #one of these 1"..hich of the fo%%o0ing storage media pro$ides sequentia% access on%* . The primari%* ta-esAs) care of the )ehind&the&scenes detai%s and manageAs) the hard0are.i(ard 3) .hat is the intersection of a co%umn and a ro0 on a 0or-sheet ca%%ed . 1) operating s*stem 2) app%ication soft0are 3) periphera% de$ices 4) hard dis") #one of these 22.hat is the storage area for emai% messages ca%%ed . 1) The* are the same&?ust t0o different terms used )* different manufacturers 2) / CD&R ! can )e 0ritten to and a CD&R. . >f a user needs information instant%* a$ai%a)%e to the CPU9 it shou%d )e stored ' 1) on a CD 2) >n secondar* storage 3) in the CPU 4) in R/! ") #one of these . Compi%ers and trans%ators are one form of ''''.e) 4) .4) >nformation stored in R/! is gone 0hen *ou turn the computer off ") #one of these 6.ide . Documents con$erted to''''can )e pu)%ished to the . 1) @iruses 2) =pam 3) Porta%s 4) 8mai% messages ") #one of these 23. 1) !onitor and -e*)oard 2) !onitor and !ouse 3) !ouse and -e*)oard 4) Printer and mouse ") #one of these 12. ''''are often de%i$ered to a PC through an emc%i% attached to do harm.ord . 1) Pa%m Pi%ot 2) PC 3) %aptop 4) mainframe ") #one of these 26.

on%*''''''programAs) )ecome As) acti$e e$en though 0e can open man* programs at a time.hat happens 0hen *ou press Ctr% N @ -e* . 1) Restore fi%e 2) 5ac-up dri$e 3) C%ip)oard 4) !emor* ") #one of these 44. 1) =hift 2) Ta) 3) 8scape 4) 11 ") #one of these 33. The )ac-ground of an* .e)site ") #one of these /ns0ers 1 4 1 1 0 3 6 3 6 5 4 0 1 1 3 0 2 6 2 . 1) fu%% ?ustification 2) fu%% a%ignment 3) %eft ?ustification 4) right ?ustification ") #one of these 44.e can enter and edit the te+t efficient%* using& 1) =preadsheet 2) T*pe0iter 3) . Tit%e )ar9 ri))on9 status )ar9 $ie0s and document 0or-space are factors of '''''program of 0ords. '''''''he%ps in capturing ro0 data and entering into computer s*stem. 1) / Capita% @ %etter is t*ped into *our document at the cursor point 2) The se%ected item is pasted from the c%ip)oard 3) The se%ected item is pasted to the c%ip)oard 4) The se%ected dra0ing o)?ects are distri)uted $ertica%%* on the page ") #one of these 42. 1) %a)e% 2) ce%% 3) fie%d 4) $a%ue ") #one of these 34.hich of the fo%%o0ing p%aces the common data e%ements in order from sma%%est to %argest.hen the margins on )oth sides are straight and equa% then there is'''''in document. '''''''ma* )e inc%ude in other fo%der 0hi%e ma-ing hierarchica% structure fo%der. 1) Draft 2) 1u%% =creen Reading 3) ut%ine 4) Page&. Ho0 0i%% 0ords appear on the page . 1) CPU 2) >ntegrated circuit 3) >nput de$ice 4) !other)oard ") #one of these "7. 1) four 2) three 3) t0o 4) one ") #one of these 43.menu tit%e again or press -e*''''to c%ose the menu. 1) Character9 fi%e record9 fie%d9 data)ase 2) Character9 record9 fie%d9 fi%e9 data)ase 3) character9 fie%d9 record9 fi%e9 data)ase 4) 5it9 )*te9 character9 record9 fie%d9 fi%e data)ase ") #one of these 43.32. 1) . 1) The c%ip)oard 2) R ! 2) CD&R ! 4) The hard dis") #one of these 33.a*out ") #one of these 36. 3 1 : 3 1 3 0 3 6 2 7 2 0 6 4 1 1 : 4 6 1 .ord Processing Program 4) Des-top Pu)%ishing Program ") #one of these 47. >n a spreadsheet9 a '''''is a num)er *ou 0i%% use in a ca%cu%ation. /%% of the fo%%o0ing are inc%ude in t*pica% computer programming %anguage 0hich are in use current%* E/%ept 1) CNN 2) Ga$a 3) @isua% 5asic #8T 4) !achine %anguage ") #one of these 4".ord document 1) is a%0a*s of 0hite co%our 2) is the co%our present under the option menu 3) is a%0a*s the same for the entire document 4) can ha$e an* co%our *ou choose ") #one of these 42. To 0hat temporar* area can *ou store te+t and other data and %ater paste them to another %ocation . >t is easier to change the name of fi%e using''''''process 1) Transforming 2) Christening 3) Renaming 4) Retagging ") #one of these 34.hen *ou ma-e graph and picture in document9 then *our computer ho%ds the data in'''''.Dri$e ") #one of these 32. . . Header and footer. >f *ou do not 0ant to se%ect an* option after opening a menu then c%ic. 1) !inifo%der 2) Tiered fo%der 3) =u)&fo%der 4) o)?ect ") #one of these 41.indo0 2) 5ro0ser 3) 8+p%orer 4) . C%ic-'''''chec)o+ of transition in a s%ide group of an animation ta) if *ou 0ant to mo$e a s%ide automatica%%* after stipu%ated time. . . 1) Transition timer 2) /utomatica%%* after 3) Transition after 4) /utomatic timer ") #one of these 3". ''''''''$ie0 sho0s ho0 the contents on printed page 0i%% appear 0ith margin. . /%% of the fo%%o0ing are inc%udes in remo$a)%e media E/%ept1) CD&R !s 2) Dis-ette 3) D@Ds 4) Hard Dis. 0e ca%% it as 1) Te+t formatting 2) Character formatting 3) Point si(e 4) T*pe face ") #one of these 46.

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de$ice ca%%ed''''''. /fter a user has sa$ed and 4) des-top Program 1) run faster de%eted man* fi%es9 man* ") #one of these 2) share information andCor share scattered areas of stored data 6. Permanent instructions that the 3) modem 4) monitor card reader computer uses 0hen it is turned ") #one of these ") #one of these on and that cannot )e changed )* 2. such as .e) pages out to other ") #one of these 1) $irtua% mar-eting computers o$er the >nternet 4.png9 . Computer connected to a . 11.hich of the fo%%o0ing con$erts for $ideoconferencing9 $ideo >nternet is ''''''''''. The acron*m HT!. / CPU contains'''''.Bank C#erk E/a& 8 16*4:*04149 1. ") #one of these . 3 2 3 1 2 ".anguage 4) neither $ector nor )itmap a D5!= is ca%%ed a''''''. The a)i%it* of an = to run more other instructions are contained 1) a card reader and a printing than one app%ication at a time is in'''''. .hich of the fo%%o0ing is the 17. The standard protoco% of the 2.e)cams 2) . /'''''''is computer attached 2) repositor* . Bentit*B in the data)ase&%i-e a 4) go on%ine 1) disorder 2) turnmoi% person p%ace9 e$ent or thing . The most 0ide%* used input 3) a contro% unit and an 4) time sharing de$ice is the''''''. 1) R ! 2) R/! 2) an ana%*tica% engine and a 1) mu%titas-ing 3) /. .anguage 1) $ector 2) )itmap 3. ") #one of these 3) disarra* 1) quer* 2) form 4) fragmentation 3) record 4) ta)%e /ns0ers ") #one of these ") #one of these 1 1 . 4) 5ro0serpics 2. stands as''''''graphics 0ith e+tension 3) con$erter for'''''. 0 2 7 1 1 1 1 2 the standard used )* e$er* 1) !onitoring 2) De%eting 4 6 computer that accesses . 2) D!. 4) /%% of these 3) 0e) page 1) a%% Programs ") #one of these 4) 0e) ser$er 2) se%ect Program 14.e) ser$er soft0are and can 4) form 13.)mp9 . .U 4) R8! contro% unit 2) o)?ect oriented programming ") #one of these 3) mu%ti user computing .anguage ") #one of these 1) front end 4) H*permedia !ar-up 3. 1) D!.anguage to the >nternet that runs a specia% 3) )ac. ''''''are a t*pe of ine+pensi$e 6 4 3 1 1 3 1 3) HTTP 4) HT!. 3.hich of the fo%%o0ing contains periphera% equipment remain that are too sma%% to )e information a)out a sing%e 3) e&mai% used efficienc*9 causing'''''''. . / program that genera%%* has 2) High Transmission !ar-up 3) either $ector or )itmap more user&friend%* interface than . . 3) H*perte+t !ar-up . Digita% photos and scanned 1) compi%er ") #one of these images are t*pica%%* stored 2) interpreter 12. a%% the statements in a program in chatting and %i$e .hich one of the fo%%o0ing is a : communication protoco% that sets -e* function of a fire0a%% .?pg9 . 4) f%ash co%%ection of instructions is 3) 5ro0sercams ") #one of these p%aced in a ne0 fi%e .e)& 3) Cop*ing 4) !o$ing : 4 5 4 1 1 1 )ased information .e)pics 3) HT!.tif9 or 4) instruction 1) High Transfer !achine .hen *ou insta%% a ne0 program 2) digita% mar-eting 1) 0e) c%ient on *our computer9 it is t*pica%%* 3) rea% time mar-eting 2) 0e) s*stem added to the''''''menu.SBI A""!% ate Bank PO E/a& 8 45*4:*04149 1. ") #one of these 1 . 1) TCPC>P 2) Ga0a a sing%e )atch and the resu%ting 1) .gif.end ") #one of these ./# ") #one of these 3) start Program can''''''' 4. digita% camera that remains 0 7 ") #one of these tethered to a computer and used A##a(aba. arithmetic %ogic unit ") #one of these 1) mouse 2) -e*)oard 4) an arithmetic %ogic unit and a 4.e) )roadcast. e&!ar-eting is same as'''''''. send .

information on a computer is stored as 1) ana%og 2) digita% data 3) modem data 4) 0atts data ") #one of these 23.put to ena)%e the computer to read it .of computers that connects mi%%ions of peop%e a%% o$er the 0or%d is ca%%ed'''''. 1) . Hard0are de$ice that are not part of the main computer s*stem and are often added %ater to the s*stem are'''''' 1) chip art 2) high%ight 3) e+ecuti$e 4) periphera%s ") #one of these 22. Computer connected to a . 1) Dis. if *ou 0ant to mo$e an icon on *our des-top this is ca%%ed ''''' 1) dou)%e c%ic-ing 2) high%ighting 3) dragging 4) pointing ") #one of these 24. De$e%oping sets of instruments for the computer to fo%%o0 and to do the tas.dri$es 4) Le*)oard ") #one of these 17. >T stands for''''''' 1) >nformation Techno%og* 2) >ntegrated Techno%og* 3) >nte%%igent Techno%og* 4) >nteresting Techno%og* ") #one of these .". 1) %isiting 2) sequencing 3) programming 4) directing ") #one of these 4. The $ast net0or. 1) Pointer 2) menu 3) icon 4) )utton ") #one of these 16.U 3) Register 4) Contro% unit ") #one of these 2.hich of the fo%%o0ing is a common e+tension used in the fi%e names for app%ications programs . 1) 1etching 2) =toring 3) Decoding 4) 8+ecuting ") #one of these 12. To shrin. . 1) !ouse 2) Printer 3) !onitor 3) 8+ce% ") #one of these 23. 1) Computers are $er* fast and can store huge amounts of data 2) Computers pro$ide accurate output e$en 0hen input is incorrect 3) Computer are designed to )e inf%e+i)%e 4) /%% of these ") #one of these 3. 1) 8D8 2) D>R 3) TDT 4) D C ") #one of these 13. . 1) / pass0ord shou%d )e a com)ination of mi+ed case a%phanumeric characters 2) Pass0ord shou%d )e ma+imum 2 characters in %ength 3) / pass0ord that can )e memori(ed easi%* shou%d )e used9 so that it need not )e noted do0n 4) / pass0ord that can )e t*ped quic-%* 0ithout much effort shou%d )e used ") #one of these 14. 1) R/! 2) /.the same 0as as man* times as needed is ca%%ed'''''. Computation and %ogica% operations are performed )* the'''''. . The term used to define a%% input and output de$ices in a computer s*stem is 1) !onitor 2) =oft0are 3) =hared resources 4) Hard0are ") #one of these 6. ''''is the process of carr*ing out commands. 1) !onitor 2) CPU 3) CD R ! 4) f%opp* dis") #one of these 24. The portion that sho0s a%% the choices *ou can ma-e 0hi%e 0or-ing in a 0indo0 is ca%%ed the ''''''.dri$e 2) !emor* 3) CPU 4) /. . /An) I contains commands that can )e se%ected.U ") #one of these 22./# 2) . 1) )?ect code 2) / computer 3) /n operating s*stem 4) The CPU ") #one of these 27. 1) /n !P3 fi%e 2) / Le*)oard 3) / dis. '''is a set of computer programs that runs or contro%s computer hard0are and acts as an interface 0ith app%ication programs and users. . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is part of the s*stem unit .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not true a)out pass0ords. /nother 0ord of the CPU is'''' 1) microprocessor 2) e+ecute 2) modem data 4) micro chip ") #one of these 21. 0hich of the fo%%o0ing is not an e+amp%e of hard0are . 1) options 2) ta)%e 3) menu )ar 4) item )ar ") #one of these 1".dri$e 4) / monitor ") #one of these 12.e) 3) H*perte+t 4) internet ") #one of these 11.hat t*pe of resource is most %i-e%* to )e a shared common resource in computer net0or.hich is not an item of hard0are.here is the dis.a 0indo0 to an icon'' 1) open a group 0indo0 2) minimi(e a 0indo0 3) ma+imi(e a 0indo0 4) restore a 0indo0 ") #one of these 13. To''''a document means to ma-e changes to its e+isting content 1) format 2) sa$e 3) edit 4) print ") #one of these 2". 1) Printers 2) =pea-ers 3) 1%opp* dis../# A%oca% /rea #et0or-) can'''''' 1) run faster 2) go on %ine 3) share information andCor share periphera% equipment 4) 8&mai% ") #one of these 14. The )enefit of using computers is that''''.

1) %imits damage caused )* f%uctuating %e$e%s of e%ectricit* 2) pro$ides )atter* )ac-up for a %imited time 3) de%i$ers e%ectronic massage $ia a )us .hat does happen''''in R/! 0hen computer is turned off .RD 2.ord processing 4) >con ") #one of these 37. / sma%% figure 0hich depicts some app%ication on the screen is ca%%ed 1) !enu 2) Photo 3) !odem 4) >con ") #one of these 1 0 : 6 . During processing data9 4) contro% unit programs and processed ") #one of these information are he%d temporari%* 2. ") #one of these 3) arithmetic %ogic unit 3. . 1) Euadri%atera% 2) Rectangu%ar 3) Circu%ar 4) He+agona% ") #one of these 33. The part if a computer that 1) semiconductor coordinates a%% its functions is 2) decima% 3) ca%%ed its''''''' )inar* 1) R ! program 4) R/! 2) s*stem program 6. ") #one of these 1) TDT 2) .26. 1) Le* )%oc2) Lerne% 5oot 3) Li%o)*te 4) Lit 5it ") #one of these 31. The )%in-ing s*m)o% 0hich indicates the ne+t character 0i%% appear at 0hich p%ace is ca%%ed 1) De%ete -e* 2) Contro% -e* 3) Cursor 4) Return -e* ") #one of these 47. 1 1 7 3 1 5 4 1 3 1 1 2 4 0 4 /ns0ers 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 : 3 0 6 4 0 .)ar 3) Too% )ar 4) !* computer ") #one of these 32. 1) Processor ta-en from user 2) user gi$es to processor 3) Processor gets from user 4) Processor gi$e to user ") #one of these 36.hat is output . . Persona% computes are connected to form'''''' 1) ser$er 2) supercomputer 3) net0or4) enterprise ") #one of these 33. 1) Use O !aintenance 2) To se%% soft0are O handsome price 3) To se%% soft0are to man* customers 4) To sho0 it imports ") #one of these 32. Digita% computers use a 3) 1>.hen *ou sa$e the fo%%o0ing the data 0ou%d remain intact e$en after turning off computer 1) R/! 2) !other)oard 3) secondar* storage de$ice 4) primar* storage de$ices ") #one of these 3". 1 0 7 2 0 5 3 0 3 3 0 2 1 : 4 4 2 3 3 1 4 2 1 1 3 : 1 : 0 : : : 6 : . . ") #one of these 1) updating 2) upgrading 4.hat is the purpose of soft0are documenting . Periodica%%* adding9 changing 2) R ! 3) R/! and de%eting fi%e records is ca%%ed 4) CPU fi%e'''''''.ord documents . 1) operating s*stem 2) 5> = 3) soft0are app%ication 4) nothing operating s*stem 34. ". / computer cannot B)ootB if it in'''''''' does not ha$e the''''' 1) secondar* storage 1) Compi%er 2) . 7 5 3 2 1 4 2 1 1 3 1 0 1 1 : 1 1 6 2 1 . : 7 : 5 : 3 : 2 6 4 1 3 4 3 1 3 1 4 3 4 A##a(aba. . 1) 1i%ename 2) Program 3) Data 4) Record ") #one of these 34.hat is the fu%% form L5 re%ated to computer . 4) D C '''s*stem to encode data and ") #one of these programs. . The name gi$en to a document )* user is ca%%ed . /%% the de%eted fi%es go to 1) Rec*c%e )in 2) Tas.hat is the shape of CDs . 3) restructuring 4) rene0ing for .Bank C#erk E/a& 816*4:*04149 1. 1) User friend%* 2) >nformation 3) . . .hat is the defau%t fi%e e+tension 4.oader 3) perating s*stem 4) /ssem)%er .9 #one of these The sequence of e$ents that occurs in the computer 0hen it is interpreting and e+ecuting an instruction is -no0n as aAn) 1) e+ecution c*c%e 2) instruction c*c%e 3) 0or-ing c*c%e 4) machine c*c%e ") #one of these / UP='''''''''''''. =omething 0hich has easi%* understood instructions is said to )e''''''''.

''''''''are such distinct items9 0hich do not ha$e 0ide imp%ication in the gi$en situation. 1) =e%ect the fi%e menu and choose =a$e /s 2) . 1) C%ic2) Dou)%e c%ic3) Drag and drop 4) Point ") Right&c%ic13.hat term is used to descri)e using the mouse to mo$e an item on the screen to a ne0 %ocation.U 3) CD&R ! 4) R/! ") #one of these 37. =a$ing is the process of ''''''. To ta-e information from one source and )ring it to *our computer is to''''''''' 1) do0n%oad 2) up%oad 3) transfer 4) mo$e ") #one of these 1".hich -e* is used in com)ination 0ith another -e* t perform a specific tas. /'''''''is an e%ectronic de$ice that process data9 con$erting in into information.U 4) CPU ") #one of these 2". . 1) processor 2) mother)oard 3) phone %ine 4) printer ") #one of these 26. /n* data or instructions entered into the memor* of a computer are considered''''''''' 1) storage 2) output 3) input 4) information ") #one of these 12.mouse pointer is p%aced on dis. /An)''''''is a sma%% image that represents a program9 an instruction9 a fi%e9 or some other o)?ect. The name of the computer:s )rain 1) R ! 2) R/! 3) /. 1) -e*0ord 2) interface 3) menu 4) icon ") #one of these 14.hat is a modem connected to. / printer is this -ind of de$ice 1) input 2) output 3) processor 4) soft0are ") #one of these 12. 1i%es are organi(ed after storing in''''''. / f%at meta%%ic dis. .hen *ou c%ose Po0er Point the fi%e 0i%% automatica%%* )e sa$ed 3) =e%ect the 1i%e menu an choose =a$e 4) The fi%e 0i%% automatica%%* )e sa$ed under the ne0 name if *ou change the tit%e ") #one of these 11. 1) edit 2) create 3) sa$e 4) format ") #one of these 31. 1) Processor 2) computer 3) menu 4) icon ") #one of these 13. 1) cop*ing a document from memor* to a storage medium 2) ma-ing changes to a document:s e+isting content 3) changing the appearance9 or o$era%% %oo-9 of a document 4) de$e%oping a document )* entering te+t using a -e*)oard ") #one of these 24. . 8+amp%e of non&numeric data is 1) 8mp%o*ee address 2) 8+amination score 3) 5an.rite 3) Read O . To open dis.ists 1) 1ie%d 2) Data 3) Euer* 4) Propert* ") #one of these 33. /'''''''is an icon on the des-top that pro$ides a user 0ith immediate access to a program or fi%e. . 1) /rchi$es 2) 1o%der 3) >ndices 4) . 1) -erne% 2) )uffer 3) shortcut 4) spoo%er ") #one of these 24.4) conducts a po0er on se%f test9 or P =T ") #one of these 17. The information *ou put into the computer is ca%%ed'''''''''''' 1) facts 2) fi%es 3) director* 4) data ") #one of these 16. 1) function 2) contro% 3) arro0 4) pace )ar ") #one of these 27.that contains a %arge amount of permanent%* stored information read optica%%* is ca%%ed a'''''''' 1) !onitor 2) /. /n error in a computer program is ca%%ed a''''''''' 1) $irus 2) )ug 3) crash 4) po0er fai%ure ") #one of these 22. / computer fa%%s into the''''''categor* if it is9 at the time of construction9 one of the fastest computers in the 0or%d 0or%d 1) minicomputer 2) supercomputer 3) microcomputer 4) mainframe ") #one of these 21.icon and then& 1) mouse is dragged pushing the )utton 2) mouse is dou)%e&c%ic-ed .. 1) 1ie%d 2) Data 3) Euer* 4) Propert* ") #one of these 32.ith a CD *ou can'''''''''' 1) Read 2) . >n a computer fi%e s*stem 0hich among the fo%%o0ing is top or first in hierarch* 1) root director* 2) parent director* 3) home director* 4) 0or-ing director* ") #one of these 23.rite 4) 8ither Read or .rite ") #one of these 22. . Ho0 do *ou sa$e a presentation under a ne0 fi%e name .hen computer users'''''''''a document9 the* change its appearance.)a%ance 4) /%% of these ") #one of these 14. To se%ect te+t )* shading as *ou drag the mouse arro0 o$er the te+t is referred to as'''''' 1) c%ip art 2) high%ight 3) fetch 4) decode 23.

2) ma-es the information sing%e processor is ''''''' 1) >nsert9 De%ete resu%ting from processing 1) !u%tiprocessing 2) Ctr%9 =hift a$ai%a)%e for use 2) !u%titas-ing 3) . /n assem)%er is used to trans%ate 1) stored in the hard dis") #one of these a program 0ritten in'''''' 2) stored on a f%opp* 11. ") #one of these 5 3 1 4 0 3 : 4 1) Co%d 5ooting 47. components that store data process is to con$ert data 1) Program 2) =oft0are ") #one of these into'''' 3) Hard0are 4) utput 2.hich -e*s can )e used together occur computer s*stem )* using a 0ith other -e*s for specia% tas-s.ogging off 1) C%ic. The )asic goa% of computer that one can touch and fe%%. . . 2) Computer =cientist 3) =0itch off the Po0er 3) =oft0are engineer 4) =0itch off !onitor and Printer 4) Pro?ect de$e%oper ") #one of these P'n=ab & S n-( Bank C#erk E/a& 80:*4. .:=tart:. / hard cop* of a document 1) present 2) store ") #one of these is''''''' 3) output 4) input 3. The restart of computer is 1) Termina% 2) #ode 7 3 1 2 0 2 : 1 ca%%ed'''''0hen computer is 3) Des-top 4) Hand he%d 7 7 7 a%read* on. the user c%ic-ed :Kes: 34. . / computer massage is BDo *ou 3) Random 4) =equentia% 1 1 1 rea%%* 0ant to de%ete the se%ected ") #one of these 0 3 1 3 0 1 : 2 fi%es As) .*04149 1. !emor*9 a%so ca%%ed random 4. 3 3 3 4) . . /ns0ers ") #one of these 1) Time%* 2) =poradic 1 1 1 3 0 3 : 1 34. >t is ca%%ed sma%% sing%e site net0or-. . 3".hich of the fo%%o0ing is 5 5 5 2) . : 3 1 " 0 1 : 2 1) Program Response 1) . Tape dri$e pro$ides'''''access it to data.:=tart: then se%ect 4 4 4 4 1) Programmer :Restart the Computer:.hich is the part of computer 4) consists of e%ectronic ". s*stem to ena)%e t0o or more 3) =canner 4) !onitor 1) contains the e%ectronic than t0o program to e+ecute ") #one of these resu%ting that cause processing to simu%taneous%* in a sing%e 4. . then se%ect 2 2 1 2 0 3 : 1 ") #one of these shutdo0n and fina%%* se%ect =hut 2 2 2 32.hich of the fo%%o0ing is ca%%ed 0 0 0 -e*.arm 5ooting appropriate method to shutdo0n 3 2 1 4 0 3 : 1 3) =hut do0n computer . Correcting errors in a program is 1) information 2) ta)%es ") #one of these referred to as''''''' 3) fi%es 4) graphs 17. The person 0ho 0rites computer Do0n 1 1 0 2 : 1 6 1 program and test9 is -no0n as I 2) C%ic./# 2) D=. The capa)i%it* of the operating 1) P%otter 2) Printer access memor*9 or R/!''''''. Computer gather data9 0hich 1) de)ugging 2) )ugging ") #one of these means the* a%%o0 users to''''' 3) rectif*ing 4) modif*ing 2. : : : 2) User output 3) R/! 4) U=5 6 4 1 3 0 4 : 3 3) User Response 36. . CPU stands for''''''' 1) a %o0 %e$e% %anguage 3) stored on a CD 1) CD&run on memor* 2) machine %anguage 4) printed on the printer 2) Centra% processing unit 3) a high %e$e% %anguage ") #one of these 3) ca%% po0ers up 4) assem)%* %anguage 3. 4 1 2 0 2 : 2 ") #one of these supercomputer. The user genera%%* app%ies''''to 6 6 6 4) Program output access mainframe or .3) mouse is rotated around ") #one of these 4) mouse is c%ic-ed after rotating 33. ") #one of these .eft /rro09 Right /rro0 3) a%%o0s data9 programs9 3) !u%tiprogramming 4) Page up9 Page do0n commands9 and user responses to 4) !u%tie+ecution ") #one of these )e entered into a computer ") #one of these 6.B.hich of the fo%%o0ing in not an 4) create programs user ") #one of these output de$ice .

on 0hich *ou store information ''''''' 1) p%ate 2) data dis3) paper dis4) T@ dis") #one of these 13. Commands at the top of a screen such M 1>.hich of the fo%%o0ing is not the ma?or function of a computer .8&8D>T&1 #T& T . / dis.dri$e ") #one of these 1". =tart or restart the computer'''' 1) e+it 2) -ic3) )oot 4) -ic-&start ") #one of these 3". / de$ice that reads the information contained on a disand transfers it do the computer:s memor*''''' 1) monitor 2) screen 3) -e*)oard 4) dis. >nstructions that te%% the computer 0hat to do. / p%ace that a user can create to store fi%es''''''''' 1) cursor 2) te+t 3) fo%der 4) )oot ") #one of these 34. Choices are referred to as''''''' 1) options 2) e+it 3) )oot 4) fo%der ") #one of these 26. / p%ace in the computer s*stem 0here data and programs are temporari%* stored''''''''' 1) paste 2) open 3) memor* 4) poc-et . .hen *our computer stops 0or-ing sudden%*. / )%in-ing indicator that sho0s *ou 0here *ou te+t action 0i%% happen''''''''' 1) CPU 2) cursor 4) too% )ar ") )oot ") #one of these 32.a%read* done'''''''' 1) fi%e 2) open 3) cut 4) poc-et ") #one of these 36. De$ices that a%%o0 *ou to put information into the computer 1) input 2) output 3) t*pe 4) print ") #one of these 23. Use this 0hen *ou 0ant to ma-e a%% %etters capita%s 0ithout ha$ing to use the shift -e* for each character'''''''''' 1) shifter 2) upper case 3) caps %oc. >t is referred to as a'''''''' 1) crash 2) die 3) death 4) pena%t* ") #one of these 27.and ma-e corrections as necessar*'''''''' 1) spreadsheet 2) persona% 0riter 3) 0ord printer 4) 0ord processor ") #one of these 33. The different st*%es of %ettering in a 0ord processing program''''' 1) font 2) ca%%igraph* 3) 0riting 4) manuscript ") #one of these 22.= to operate and change things 0ithin programs''''''' 1) menu )ar 2) too% )ar 3) user friend%* 4) 0ord processor ") #one of these 33. .ets *ou %ea$e a screen or program''''' 1) )oot 2) programs 3) e+it 4) te+t ") #one of these 31. / s*m)o% or question on the screen that prompts *ou to ta-e action and te%% the computer 0hat to do ne+t''''''' 1) scanner 2) questionnaire 3) prompt and dia%og )o+ 4) information see-er ") #one of these 24.-e* 4) icon ") #one of these 14. The secret code that gi$en *ou access to some programs'''''' 1) c%ue 2) cue 3) pass0ord 4) he%p ") #one of these 2". /n* %etter9 num)er or s*m)o% found on the -e*)oard that *ou can t*pe into the computer''''' 1) output 2) character 3) t*pe 4) print ") #one of these 23. 1) Processing data into information 2) =toring data or information 3) Fathering data 4) /na%*sing data or information ") #one of these 12. To change 0ritten 0or. 8ight )its of data'''''' 1) octa)it 2) 0ord 3) sentence 4) )*te ") #one of these 24.12. 8as* to use''''''''''''' 1) user friend%* 2) se%ect 3) he%pfu% 4) e$er&read* ") #one of these 16. The sma%%est item of usefu% information a computer can hand%e''''''' 1) )ite 2) )*te 3) )it 4) )ait ") #one of these 21. /%%o0s *ou to print''''' 1) ri))on 2) monitor 3) go no0 4) Contro% P ") #one of these 14. / program 0hich he%ps create 0ritten documents and %ets *ou go )ac. . De$ices that %et the computer communicate 0ith *ou'''''' 1) input 2) output 3) t*pe 4) print ") #one of these 22. /nother name for soft0are'''''' 1) programs 2) CPU 3) options 4) fo%der ") #one of these 32. !o$es the cursor one space to the right or puts spaces in )et0een 0ords'''''''' 1) contro% -e* 2) space )ar 3) printer 4) mouse ") #one of these 13. CD&R ! =tands for'''''' 1) Centra% processing unit 2) CD&remote open mouse 3) CD resi(e or minimi(e 4) CD&read on%* memor* ") #one of these 34. /n*thing 0ritten on the screen 1) Cursor 2) te+t 3) fo%der 4) )oot ") #one of these 37.

") #one of these 47. The command used to remo$e te+t or graphics from a documentM The information is then stored on a c%ip)oard so *ou can paste it. 3 3 0 2 : 7 2 3 1 2 3 1 4 3 3 2 1 4 2 3 6 4 6 1 6 0 6 : 6 6 6 . / -e* that 0i%% erase information from the computer:s memor* and characters on the screen''''' 1) edit 2) de%ete -e* 3) dumm* out 4) trust -e* ") #one of these 41.hat menu is se%ected to print . To insert a cop* of the c%ip)oard contents9 0hate$er 0as %ast cut or copied at the insertion point'''' 1) paste 2) stic. / program that 0or-s %i-e a ca%cu%ator for -eeping trac. / )utton that ma-es character a computer 0hat to do and ho0 either upper or %o0er case and to do it is ca%%ed a''''''' num)ers to s*m)o%s 1) program 2) command 1) monitor 2) shift -e* 3) user response 4) processor 3) icon 4) mouse ") #one of these ") #one of these 2. 1) 1i%e 2) Too%s . 1) menu )ar 2) too% )ar 3) 0indo0 4) find ") #one of these 17. . 7 5 3 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 : 1) ca%cu%ator 2) spreadsheet 3) )udgeter 4) financier ") #one of these /ns0ers 4 1 4 0 6 5 1 1 3 0 . '''''is data that has )een organi(ed or presented in a meaningfu% fashion. / command to get a fi%e *ou 0or-ed on from the memor* 0here it 0as stored 1) c%ose 2) de%ete 3) open 4) get it ") #one of these 43. / remo$a)%e magnetic disc that ho%ds the app%ication''''' 1) f%opp* dis2) hard dis3) monitor 4) porta)%e ") #one of these 4".in 3) fit in 4) push in ") #one of these 42.is ca%%ed a'''''card. .hich t*pe of memor* ho%ds 2) s*stem soft0are on%* the program and data that 3) app%ication soft0are the CPU is present%* processing .or mone* and ma-ing )udgets'''' 1 0 : 6 . /''''''contains )uttons and menus that pro$ide quic.access to common%* used commands. To e+it the program 0ithout %ea$ing the app%ication'''' 1) fi%e 2) edit 3) cop* 4) c%ose ") #one of these 44. 1) / process 2) =torage 3) =oft0are 4) >nformation ") #one of these 6. 3) Printer 4) Le*)oard 1) modem 2) $edio ") #one of these 3) sound 4) net0or4. 3 4 1 2 0 7 2 2 1 4 : 5 4 1 1 1 : 3 1 4 1 1 : 2 0 3 0 3 : 4 : 2 0 2 : 1 6 3 0 1 : 0 . Pic. The primar* de$ice that a computer uses to store information''''''''' 1) T@ 2) =torehouse 3) des4) hard dri$e ") #one of these 46. To mo$e do0n a page in a document'''''''''' 1) ?ump 2) f%* 3) 0rigg%e 4) scro%% ") #one of these 44. =creen that comes on 0hen *ou turn on *our computer that sho0s a%% the icons''''''''' 1) des-top 2) face to face 3) $ie0er 4) $ie0 space ") #one of these "7. / series of instructions that te%%s 2. / command that sa$es 0hat *ou are 0or-ing on into the hard dri$e9 or onto a dis-''''' 1) $ie0 2) ho%d 3) sa$e 4) go ") #one of these 42.%ate Bank C#erk E/a& 805*47*04149 1.etters9 num)er9 and s*m)o%s found on a -e*)oard are''''' 1) >con 2) =creen 3) Le*s 4) !enu ") #one of these 11.the odd one I a%%o0s the computer to access a 1) !ouse 2) =canner net0or. . 4 2 1 2 4 1 3 3 4 4 1 2 S<n. 6 7 6 5 6 3 6 2 . 1) chop 2) cut 3) cop* 4) cart a0a* ") #one of these 43. 4 0 4 : : 7 2 0 3 : 6 5 2 0 1 : . / screen %ist of options in a app%ications specia% purpose program that te%%s *ou 0hat is in app%ication are ca%%ed I that program I 1) operating s*stem 1) screen 2) icon 3) menu 4) )ac-up ") #one of these 4. The communications de$ice that 3. 4) management information 1) C! = 2) R ! s*stems 3) R/! 4) /=C>> ") #one of these ") #one of these ". Programs designed specifica%%* ") #one of these to address genera%&purpose 3.

Data and Time are a$ai%a)%e on the des-top at'''''' 1) Le*)oard 2) Rec*c%e )in 3) !* computer 4) Tas. De$ice that ma-e up a computer s*stem that *ou can see or touch & 1) menu 2)print 3) soft0are 4) hard0are ") #one of these 21. The a)i%it* of an = to run more than one app%ication at a time is ca%%ed I 1) !u%titas-ing 2) o)?ect&orient programming 3) mu%ti&user computing 4) time&sharing ") #one of these 37. / computer cannot B)ootB if does not ha$e the''''' 1) Computer 2) . Coded entries 0hich are used to gain access to a computer s*stem are ca%%ed I 1) 8ntr* codes 2) Pass0ords 3) =ecurit* commands 4) code 0ords ") #one of these 33. 1) >nformation9 reporting 2) Data9 information .oader 3) perating =*stem 4) /ssem)%er ") #one of these 22. Periodica%%* adding9 changing and de%eting fi%e record is ca%%ed fi%e.)ar ") #one of these 14. 1) pointer 2) menu 3) icon 4) )utton ") #one of these 14. The tern used to define a%% input and output de$ices in a computer s*stem is I 1) !onitor 2) =oft0are 3) =hared resources 4) Hard0are ") #one of these 32.hich of the fo%%o0ing statement )est descri)es the )atch method of input . / command that ta-es 0hat has )een t*ped into the computer and can )e seen on the screen and sends it to the printer for output on paper''''' 1) print 2) return 3) ?ump 4) attention ") #one of these 23 / CPU contains'''''''''' 1) a card reader and a printing de$ice 2) an ana%*tica% engine and a contro% unit 3) a contro% unit and an arithmetic %ogic unit 4) an arithmetic %ogic unit and a card reader ") #one of these 24.)a%ance 4) a%% of these ") #one of these 13. ''''''represents ra0 facts 0hereas'''''''is data made meaningfu%.3) =pecia% 4) 8dit ") #one of these 12. Capita% %etters on a -e*)oard are referred to as. 1) -e*)oard 2) monitor 3) har. !icrocomputer hard0are consists of three )asic categories of ph*sica% equipment I 1) -e*)oard9 monitor9 hard dri$e 2) s*stem unit9 inputCoutput9 memor* 3) s*stem unit9 inputCoutput9 memor* storage 4) s*stem unit9 primar* storage9 secondar* storage ") #one of these 1". /An)'''''contains commands that can )e se%ected . / piece of hard0are that is used to enter information into the computer )* using -e*s. Programs or a set of e%ectronic instructions that te%% a computer 0hat to do'''''. Po0erfu% -e* that -e* %ets *ou e+it a program 0hen pushed I 1) arro0 -e*s 2) space -e* 3) escape -e* 4) return -e* ") #one of these 26. / s*m)o% on the screen that represents a dis-9 document or program that *ou can se%ect I 1) -e*s 2) caps 3) icon 4) monitor ") #one of these 24. 5it in short for'''' 1) )inar* s*stem 2) digita% )*te 3) )inar* digit 4) )inar* unit ") #one of these 23. The part of a computer that coordinates a%% its functions is ca%%ed its I 1) R ! program 2) s*stem )oard 3) arithmetic %ogic unit 4) contro% unit ") #one of these 34. 1) !enu 2) !onitor 3) Hard0are 4) =oft0are ") #one of these 13. . /''''is an e+amp%e of an input de$ice.-e* 2) gro0nups 3) )ig gu*s 4) upper case %etters ") #one of these 27. 8+amp%e of non&numeric data is 1) 8mp%o*ee address 2) 8+amination score 3) 5an.dri$e 2) monitor&screen 3) shift -e* 4) printer ") #one of these 22. 1) caps %oc. 1) Data is processed as soon as it is input 2) Data is input at the time it is co%%ected 3) Data is co%%ected in the from of source documents9 p%aced into groups9 and then input to the computer 4) =ource documents are not used ") #one of these 31. 1) -e*)oard 2) monitor 3) !ouse 4) Centra% Processing unit ") #one of these 2". /n output de$ice that %ets *ou see 0hat the computer is doing I 1) a dis. 1) updating 2) upgrading 3) restructuring 4) rene0ing ") #one of these 16.dis4) icon ") #one of these 12.

The Bdes-topB of a computer refers to'''' 1) the $isi)%e screen 2) the area around the monitor 3) the top of the mouse pad 4) the inside of a fo%der ") #one of these 42. 3 2) ma-ing changes to a 1 3 0 1 : 4 document:s e+isting content : 7 2 Un !n Bank !+ In. The Bhome pageB of the 0e) site is I 1) the %argest page 2) the %ast page 3) the first page 4) the most co%ourfu% page ") #one of these 4".hat t*pe of resource is most %i-e%* to )e a shared common resource in a computer net0ord . ''''''is the process of carr*ing out commands. 1) 1etching 2) =toring 3) Decoding 4) 8+ecuting 3) changeing the appearance or o$era%% %oo-9 of a document 4) de$e%oping a document )* entering te+t using -e*)oard ") #one of these 44. / persona% compute is 1) !C 2) =C 3) KC 4) PC ") #one of these 42.e) page 3) . =a$ing is the process of '''' 1 6 5 4 1) cop*ing document from 1 4 0 3 : 2 memor* to storage medium 0 . 5 3 0 4 : 4 6 1 4 : 7 3 4 0 2 : 2 6 1 1 6 5 2 2 0 3 : 2 6 3 0 . . 1) -e*)oards 2) spea-ers 3) f%opp* dis. 1) R ! information can )e easi%* updated 2) Data in R ! is non$o%ati%e9 that is9 it remains there e$en 0ithout e%ectrica% po0er 3) R ! pro$ides $er* %arge amounts of ine+pensi$e data storage 4) R ! chips are easi%* s0apped )et0een different )rands of computer ") #one of these 36. The internet is a s*stem of ''' 1) =oft0are )und%es 2) . To find a sa$ed document in the computer:s memor* and )ring it up on the screen to $ie0''''' 1) re$erse 2) rerun 3) retrie$e 4) return ") #one of these "7.hat is the name of process that is used to con$ert a series of instructions9 or program9 0ritten in a high&%e$e% %anguage into instructions Aor a program) that can )e run on a computer .e) site 4) >nterconnected #et0or") #one of these /ns0ers 1 3 1 2 0 3 6 1 6 5 4 0 2 1 1 0 3 6 1 .a PO E/a& 842*41*04119 1. To Bma+imi(eB a 0indo0 means to I 1) fi%% it to capacit* 2) e+pand it to fit the des-top 3) put on%* %i-e fi%es inside 4) drag it to the Rec*c%e 5in ") #one of these 44. 3 1 : 3 1 1 0 1 6 4 7 2 0 6 3 1 4 : 3 6 2 5 4 : . 1) soft cop* 2) car)on cop* 3) hard cop* 4) des.3) information9 )its 4) Records. 1) !onitor 2) Le*)oard 3) =econdar* storage de$ices 4) =econdar* storage media ") #one of these 41. Kou can -eep *our persona% 1) !* fo%der 3) !* fi%es fi%esCfo%der in''''' 2) !* documents 4) !* Te+t ") #one of these 47. . 5*tes ") #one of these 3". The function of CPU is'''''' 1) to pro$ide e+terna% storage of te+t 2) to communicate 0ith the operator 3) to read interpret and process the information and instruction 4) to pro$ide a hard cop* ") #one of these 34. 3 1 3 0 3 : 1 6 3 4 : 7 2 1 1 0 1 : 3 .hat characteristic of read&on%* memor* AR !) ma-es it usefu% .hich of the fo%%o0ing periphera% de$ices disp%a*s information to a user .dri$es 4) printer ") #one of these 43. To put information in a fi%e on a magnetic dis-9 or in a computer:s memor*9 so it can )e used %ater I 1) store 2) ship 3) shift 4) centre . . 4 43. Printed information9 ca%%ed''''9 e+ists ph*sica%%* and is a more permanent form of output than that presented on a disp%a* de$ice. 1) /ssem)%ing 2) Computing 3) Trans%ating 4) Up%oading ") #one of these 32. The )enefit of using computers is that I 1) Computers are $er* fast and can store huge amounts of data 2) Computers pro$ide the accurate output e$en 0hen input is in corrct 3) Computers are designed to )e inf%e+i)%e 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 33. .cop* ") #one of these 46. 1 1 1 : 4 6 3 3 1 6 7 4 1 1 : 2 6 4 2 0 .

Hard0are inc%udes 1) a%% de$ices used to input data into a computer 2) sets of instructions that a computers runs or e+ecutes 3) the computer and a%% the de$ices connected to it that are used to input and output data 4) a%% de$ices in$o%$ed processing information inc%uding the centra% processing unit9 memor* and storage ") #one of these 4. =oftcop* is the intangi)%e output so then 0hat is hardcop* . /'''''is a unique name that *ou gi$e to a fi%e of information 1) de$ice %etter 2) fo%der 3) fi%ename 4) fi%e name e+tension ") #one of these 3. 1) Uti%it* 2) /pp%ication 3) operating s*stem 4) #et0or") #one of these 13. 1) !ini Director* 2) Gunior Director* 3) Part Director* 4) =u) Director* ") #one of these 4.hat the user gi$es to the processor 3) . Computers use the''''num)er s*stem to store data and perform ca%cu%ations.hen *ou turn on the computer9 the )oot routine 0i%% perform this te+t I 1) R/! test 2) dis. / set of instructions te%%ing the computer 0hat to do is ca%%ed 1) mentor 2) instructor 3) compi%er 4) program . . / An)''''is a program that ma-es the computer easier to use.hat the processor ta-es from the user 2) .dri$e test 3) memor* test 4) po0er&on se%f&test ") #one of these 2. /n error in a computer program& 1) Crash 2) Po0er 1ai%ure 3) 5ug 4) @irus ") #one of these 27. The primar* purpose of soft0are is to turn data into I 1) . The secret code that restricts entr* to some program9 is 1) pass0ord 2) passport 3) entr*&code 4) entr*&code ") #one of these 12. 1) The ph*sica% parts of the computer 2) The printed parts of the computer 3) The printed output 4) The ph*sica% output de$ices. '''''is the process of carr*ing out commands. The main function of the /. The simu%taneous processing of t0o or more program )* mu%tip%e processors is'''''''.hat is output . 1) decima% 2) he+adecima% 3) octa% 4) )inar* ") #one of these 13.or-station 2) CPU 3) magnetic dis4) integrated circuit ") #one of these 14. 1) 1etching 2) =toring 3) 8+ecuting 4) Decoding ") #one of these 1".5ar 3) Too% 5ar 4) !* computer ") #one of these 17.e) site 2) >nformation 3) Programs 4) )?ects ") #one of these 3. / director* 0ithin a director* is ca%%ed .") #one of these 2.hat the processor gets from the user 4) . 1) mu%tiprogramming 2) mu%titas-ing 3) time&sharing 4) mu%ti processing ") #one of these 11. .U is to I 1) perform arithmetic and %ogica% operations 2) store data and information for future use 3) contro% computer output such as printing 4) monitor a%% computer acti$ities ") #one of these 14. /''''''contains specific ru%es and 0ords that e+press the %ogica% steps of an a%gorithm 1) programming %anguage 2) programming structure 3) s*nta+ 4) %ogic chart ") #one of these 6. /%% the de%eted fi%es go to ''''. ") #one of these 12. 1) .hat the processor gi$es to the user 21. The person 0ho 0rites computer program and test9 is -no0n as I 1) Programmer 2) Computer =cientist 3) =oft0are engineer 4) Pro?ect de$e%oper ") #one of these 22. 1) . computer s*stem are comprised of I 1) hard0are9 programs9 processors9 procedures and peop%e 2) hard0are programs9 information9 peop%e and procedures 3) hard0are9 programs9 information9 peop%e and net0or4) hard0are9 soft0are9 procedures9 data and peop%e ") #one of these 16. / compi%er trans%ates a program 0ritten in a high&%e$e% %anguage into I 1) !achine %anguage 2) /n a%gorithm 3) / de)ugged program 4) Ga$a ") #one of these ". / comp%ete e%ectronic circuit 0ith transistors and other e%ectronic components on a sma%% si%icon chip is ca%%ed a An)'''''. 1) Rec*c%e 5in 2) Tas.

1) 8dit 2) =pecia% 3) 1i%e 4) Too%s ") #one of these 24. Kou use'''''command at 1i%e !enu 1) pen 2) C%ose 3) #e0 4) =a$e ") #one of these 47. 2) >t contro%s the inputCoutput and storage functions of the computer s*stem 3) >t pro$ides $arious support ser$ice for the computer s*stem 4) >t super$ises the operations of the CPU ") #one of these 26.hat is )ac-up . 1) Chart . 1) it specifies the information processing procedures required )* a particu%ar information& processing ?o).rite ") #one of these 34. . . /n operating s*stem that can do mu%titas-ing means that I 1) the operating s*stem can di$ide up 0or. >n 8+ce%9 Chart are created using 0hich option . 1) Read 2) . 1) Page up 2) / 3) Home 4) 8nter ") #one of these 32. 1) . 1) fi%e 2) 0ord 3) fo%der 4) pro?ect ") #one of these 23.rite 3) Read O . ") #one of thse 36. / sa$ed document is referred to as a''''''.hat t*pe of de$ices is a computer mouse 1) >nput 2) utput 3) =oft0are 4) =torage ") #one of these 4". The term Buser interfaceB refers to I 1) 0hat the user sees on the screen and ho0 the* can interact 0ith it 2) ho0 the operating s*stem responds to user commands 3) the means )* 0hich the user interacts 0ith the peripher. 1) =torage 2) >nput 3) utput 4) !emor* ") #one of these 41. / printer is -ind of de$ice 1) >nput 2) .") #one of these 23. . >n page pre$ie0 mode& 1) Kou can see a%% pages of *our document 2) Kou can on%* see the page *ou are current%* 0or-ing 3) Kou can on%* see pages that do not contain graphics 4) Kou can on%* see the tit%e page of *our document ") #one of these 37.i(ard ./D 2) TDT 3) D C 4) 1>.e) are ca%%ed I 1) information engines 2) search engines 3) 0e) )ro0sers 4) resource %ocations ") #one of these 24. The term )it is short for I 1) mega)*te 2) )inar* %anguage 3) )inar* digit 4) )inar* num)er ") #one of these 22. / co%%ection of interre%ated records is ca%%ed a I 1) uti%it* fi%e 2) management information s*stem 3) data)ase 4) spreadsheet ") #one of these 3".hat is the defau%t fi%e e+tension for a%% . 1) /dding more components to *our net0or2) Protecting data )* cop*ing it from the origina% source to a different destination 3) 1i%tering o%d data from the ne0 data 4) /ccessing data on tape ") #one of these 2". Reusa)%e optica% storage 0i%% t*pica%%* ha$e the acron*m'''' 1) CD 2) D@D 3) R ! 4) R. ") #one of these 33.ord9 to %ocate a particu%ar 0ord or phrase in a document is to use the ''''''command 1) Rep%ace 2) 1ind 3) . 1or creating a document.rite 4) 8ither Read or . . Te+t in a co%umn is genera%%* a%igned 1) ?ustified 2) right 3) centre 4) %eft ") #one of these 44. The )ac-ground of an* . 4) the monitor that a a$ai%a)%e for the computer ") #one of thes 33.ord Processing 3) Processing 4) utput 43.oo-up 4) =earch ") #one of these 32. The quic-est and easiest 0a* in .)et0een se$era% CPUs 2) se$era% programs can )e operated concurrent%* 3) mu%tip%e peop%e can use )e operated concurrent%* 4) /%% of the a)o$e ") #one of these 31. =pecia%%sed programs that assist users in %ocating information on the . To mo$e to the )eginning of a %ine of te+t9 press the''''''-e*. The contents of ''''are %ost 0hen the computer turns off. Frouping and processing a%%of a firm:s transactions at one time is ca%%ed I 1) a data)ase management s*stem 2) )atch processing 3) a rea%&time s*stem 4) an on&%ine s*stem ") #one of these 42.ith a CD *ou can'''''.ord document I 1) >s a%0a*s 0hite co%our 2) >s the co%our *ou preset under the ption menu 3) >s a%0a*s the same for the entire document 4) Can ha$e an* co%our *ou choose ") #one of these 34.ord documents . /n app%ication program has 0hich one of the fo%%o0ing functions . .hat menu is se%ected to print.

Kou use aAn)HH. ") #one of these 1) hard0are 2) soft0are 3.e) pages. required to perform 0or-. . /H. 1) handhe%d computer 1) =ite 2) host 2) mainframe computer 3) %in4) )ro0ser 3) persona% computer ") #one of these 4) ta)%et computer ") #one of these 4. 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 4 3 SBI A""!% ate Bank C#erk E/a& 817*41*04119 1. 1) >nternet techno%og* 2) >nstant messaging 3) 8&mai% 4) 8&commerce ") #one of these 17. . 1 0 7 4 3 3 4 1 4 3 2 3 1 : 4 : 1 : 0 : : : 6 : . 2) ptica% storage 1) retrie$a% techno%og* 3) =o%id state storage 2) input techno%og* 4) =torage capacit* 3) output techno%og* ") #one of these 4) storage techno%og* 2. HHa%%o0s $ice con$ersations to tra$e% o$er the >nternet. 7 5 3 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 : 1 1 5 4 1 3 3 1 2 3 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 : 1 0 6 1 0 . / computer s*stem inc%udesH..such as a -e*)oard or mouse9 to input information 1) storage de$ice 2) processing de$ice 3) input de$ice 4) output de$ice ") #one of these 11. HHis the ma+imum amount of storage s*stems that ma-e it data that can )e stored on a possi)%e for a computer or storage medium e%ectronic de$ice to store and 1) !agnetic storage retrie$e data. /HH.ogic Unit ") #one of these 4) utput Unit 3.hat is the permanent memor* )ui%t into *our computer ca%%ed . 1) R/! 2) R ! 3) CPU 4) CD&R ! ") #one of these 43. 1) #e0 2) =tart 3) Program 4) Contro% Pane% ") #one of these 46.refers to an* contains decision&ma-ing computer component that is mechanisms. if te+t 0as high%ighted and B8ditB BCop*B 0as c%ic-ed9 0hat 0ou%d happen . 6 7 6 5 6 3 6 2 . TheH. .*ou are performing 1) acti$e ta) 2) insertion point 3) mouse pointer 4) Ri))on ") #one of a)o$e /ns0ers 1 2 1 3 0 2 6 4 6 5 4 0 2 1 3 0 3 6 3 ... The termH..refers to data ".is a %arge and e+pensi$e 3) periphera% de$ices computer capa)%e of 4) a%% of these simu%taneous%* processing data ") #one of these for hundreds or thousands of 4.at 5 to ma-e the te+t I 1) >ta%ics 2) Under%ined 3) >ta%ics and Under%ined 4) 5o%d ") #one of these "7. . 1) The* are co%%ections of data sa$ed to a storage medium 2) 8$er* fi%e has a fi%ename 3) / fi%e e+tension is esta)%ished )* the user to indicate the fi%e:s contents 4) /%% fi%es contain data ") #one of these 6.is a soft0are program used users. : 7 : 5 : 3 : 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 1 4 4 3 6 : 6 6 6 . Kou can start !icrosoft 0ord )* using''''')utton. The termHH. The'''')ecomes different shapes depending on the tas. 1) Te+t 0ou%d )e copped from the document and p%aced in the c%ip)oard 2) Te+t 0ou%d )e remo$ed from the document and p%aced in the c%ip)oard 3) Te+t from the c%ip)oard 0ou%d )e p%aced in the document at the p%ace 0here the cursor is )%in-ing 4) 2 and 3 a)o$e ") #one of a)o$e 44. 3 1 : 4 1 1 0 1 6 4 7 2 0 6 .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not true a)out computer fi%es . Kou c%ic. to $ie0 .2) Pi$ot Ta)%e 3) Pie chart 4) 5ar chart ") #one of these 42. 1) Centra% Processing Unit 1) perform 2) -erne% 2) !emor* Unit 3) resource 4) source code 3) /rithmetic and .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not true concerning user >Ds and pass0ord .is responsi)%e for ") #one of these performing ca%cu%ation and 2.

This component is required to and pass0ord 0ith at %east one 12.hat the user gi$es to the common%* -no0n as *ou:$e created9 then processor 1) 5ooting 2) ?un1) correcting *our errors 3) . ComputerHH. 3) =a$ing 4) 8diting ") #one of these 1) . . /n error is a%so -no0n as processor 2) $ie0 0e) pages 1) )ug 2) de)ug 3) input 4) data 3) connect to ser$ers a%% around 3) cursor 4) icon ") #one of these the 0ord ") #one of these 4) /%% of these ") #one of these . The internet a%%o0 *ou to ") #one of these 1) num)ers 2) 1) send e%ectronic mai% 4. / de$ice that connects to a 2.riting a %etter 3) Des-top 4) .aptop SBI A""!% ate" Bank C#erk E/a&8 17*41*04119 1.hich of the fo%%o0ing can on%* 3) share information and Cor 3) =ometime *ou are assigned a ha$e sequentia% access . 12./# 2) >f *our computer as-s for a 4) =ending a pac-age can user >D and pass0ord9 *ou can ") #one of these 1) run faster 2) go on %ine create o0n 1". Unso%icited commercia% emai% is reading through the document 2) .on the 0e). / menu contains a %ist of the components of the computer net0or.hich of the fo%%o0ing groups ". . / 0e) site address is a unique consist of on%* input de$ices .. ne 0ho designs9 0rites9 tests 2) does not use magnetic media 3) CPU 4) R ! and maintains computer 3) consists of four main t*pes of ") #one of these programs is ca%%ed a de$ice /ns0ers 1) User 4) does not store information for 1 4 7 3 1 4 1 1 2) Programmer %ater retrie$a% 1 7 3) Designer ") #one of these 0 3 5 2 1 2 1 4 4) perator 13. >tems such as names and 2) mother)oard : 3 addresses are considered 3) printer 4) phone %ine 6 4 2 1 1 1 1 3 1) information 2) input ") #one of these 6 2 3) record 4) data 14.is processed )* the ") #one of these the user computer into information.hat the processor gets from 3) hoa+es 4) h*perte+t 2) printing it 3) sa$ing it the user ") #one of these 4) de%eting it 4) . share periphera% equipment user >D and pass0ord for 1) Dis2) Tape 4) 8&mai% securit* reasons 3) CD&R ! 4) D@D&R ! ") #one of these 4) Kou shou%d share *our user >D ") #one of these 27. .hich is the sma%%est of the . 8diting a document consists of the user 3.hich process chec-s to ensure 17. 4 1 3 1 2 0 3 ") #one of these fo%%o0ing computer .hat is output . 0 5 ") #one of these 1) processor : 4 3 3 1 4 1 1 13.hat is modem connected to . 1) distri)uted 2) centra%i(ed ") #one of these 1) 5ooting 2) Processing 3) open source 4) 0ire%ess 3. .0ithout the use of ca)%es 1) commands 2) data are operating and connected is said to )e 3) o)?ects 4) reports proper%* . t*ped9 su)mitted9 or transmitted name that identifies a 1) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 !onitor to a computer s*stem specificHH. =ending 8&mai% is simi%ar to 1) #ote)oo2) . =econdar* storage process data into information and other person 1) does not require constant consists of integrated circuits ") #one of these po0er 1) Hard dis2) R/! 12. 4 14.or-sheet and pass0ord9 the computer 2) Dra0ing a picture ") #one of these -no0n as it is *ou 3) Ta%-ing on the phone 16.is 0hate$er is 6. Computers connected to .1) .hat the processor ta-es from ") #one of these 11.hat the processor gi$es to 4.hen *ou enter *our user >D 1) . 2) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 Printer 1) input 2) output 1) 0e) )ro0ser 2) 0e)site 3) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 P%otter 3) data 4) circuitr* 4) PD/ 4) %in4) !ouse9 Le*)oard9 =canner ") #one of these ") #one of these ") #one of these 2. . HHH. . 4 .

hat is the difference )et0een a t*pe that UR. a%so ca%%ed theH. 3... 2) >nstruction set ") #one of these 3) source code 4) 0ord si(e . 1i%eHHshrin-s the si(e of a fi%e 6 1 2 2 1 4 1 4 so it requires %ess storage space. >n addition to the )asic t*ping )o+.U 2) contro% unit 2) Character formatting and operating s*stem define its 3) megahert( 4) 3) Point si(e 1) )rand 2) si(e mother)oard 4) T*peface 3) p%atform 4) ") #one of these ") #one of these speed 2. 4 3) defregmenting 4) compression C!rp!rat !n Bank PO E/a& 817*41*04119 To na$igate to a ne0 . ") #one of these 4) / CD&R ! ho%ds9 more 1) microprocessor ". Compute program are 0ritten in 6. 6 2 1) scanning . cannot The CPU. presented in a manner that has ca%%ed 1) pu%%ing 2) pushing additiona% $a%ue )e*ond the $a%ue 1) cache 3) do0n%oading 4) transferring of the data itse%f.13.e) page 2) com)ines microscope ") #one of these for 0hich *ou -no0 the UR.9 e%ectronic components on a 3. The process of a computer ") #one of these a high&%e$e% programming recei$ing information from a / -ios-HH.put in a computer .0hen ser$ices 3) / CD&R.dri$e ") #one of these 1". %anguage R ho0e$er9 the human& ser$er on the >nternet is -no0n 1) >s data organi(ed and read a)%e $ersion of a program is asH. the e&mai% ser$er that manages ") #one of these the user:s e%ectronic post office 27. !ost mai% program automatica%%* comp%ete the fo%%o0ing t0o parts in an e&mai%. -e*s9 des-top and note)oo1) P 2) T computer -e*)oards inc%ude aAn) 3) O 4) H.. 1) in the modem 2) in the hard dri$e 3) into the CPU 4) in the dis. ctr%.. 2) R/! and decodes program instruction ") #one of these 3) !emor* =*stem and coordinates the f%e0 of data 4. 1 1 4 1 1 0 2 2) s*nthesi(ing 4 . 1 7 1) ad?ustment 2) function 0 1 5 1 1 4 1 1 3) modifier 4) 0 5 a%phanumeric : 4 3 4 1 2 1 2 ") #one of these : 3 16. 2. The name a user assigns to a document is ca%%ed aAn) 1) fi%ename 2) program 3) record 4) data 4) #one of these 12) /n e&mai% address t*pica%%* consists of a user >D fo%%o0ing )* theHHsign and the name of 1. can )e 0ritten to ta%-ing a)out PCs9 does the $ast 4) descri)es a computer:s t*pe )ut a CD&R ! can on%* )e ma?orit* of the processing for a processor and operating s*stem read from computer. HHand press 8nter processes )its according to 1) The* are the same I?ust t0o 1) /ddress )ar 2) Domain )ar soft0are instructions different terms used )* different 3) /ddress )utton 3) is a computer station that manufacturers 4) #ame )utton pro$ides the pu)%ic 0ith specific 2) / CD&R ! can )e 0ritten to ") #one of these and usefu% information and and a CD&R. ") #one of these compontents is theHH. 1) 1rom M and 5od* M 2) 1rom M and data M 3) 1rom M and To M 4) 1rom M and su)?ect M ") #one of these 14. 1) Te+t formatting / computerJs t*pe9 processor9 1) /. .-e*pad to efficient%* mo$e ") #one of these the screen&)ased insertion point 13.here is the dis. The part of the CPU that accesses information than a CD&R.hat is the term for ho0 0ords 4) microprocessor among $arious s*stem 0i%% appear on a page . . / persona% computer is designed 1) editing 2) num)er to meet the computing needs of 3) %oc-ed 4) doc-ed aAn) ") #one of these 1) indi$idua% 2) department 3) compan* 4) cit* ") #one of these /ns0ers 14. in the )ro0ser:s sing%e integrated circuit that CD&R ! and a CD&R. =hift9 and a%t are 1 4 7 1 1 1 1 1 ca%%edHH. . 4. .

1) archi$es 2) fo%ders 3) >nde+es 4) %ists ") #one of these 13.on the . 1 1 1 1 3 0 2 4 . 1) hac-er 2) ana%*st ") R = 3) instant messenger ". To change se%ected te+t to a%% 4) programmer capita% %etters9 c%ic.)ar 3) Too% )ar 4) !* computer ") #one of these 12.e) site address is a unique name that identifies a specificHH.oc. . / person 0ho used his or her ") on a mainframe e+pertise to gain access to other 4.ser$er ") %arge si(e 4) on a PD/ 2.PC 4) ..17. .hich of the fo%%o0ing statements is fa%se concerning fi%e names . 0here *ou are %i-e%* to find an 1) UPP8RC/=8 em)edded operating s*stem .resources a0a* from the office ") #one of these 16.. Kou organi(e fi%es )* storing them inHHH.hen sending an e&mai%9 theHH %ine descri)es the contents of the message 1) su)?ect 2) to 3) contents 4) cc ") #one of these 11. ffice .are specia%%* designed computer chips that reside inside other de$ices9 such as *our car or *our e%ectronic thermostat 1) =er$ers 2) 8m)edded computers 3) Ro)otic computers 4) !ainframes ") #one of these 1". HH. / dis-:s content that is recorded at the time of manufacture and that cannot )e changed or erased )* the user is HH 1) memor*&on%* 2) 0rite&on%* 3) read&on%* 4) run&on%* ") #one of these 14./#s that are spread geographica%%* apart on a %arge sca%e can )e connected using a corporateHH. 1) Character9 fi%e9 record9 fie%d9 data)ase 2) Character9 record9 fie%d9 fi%e9 data)ase 3) Character9 fie%d9 record9 fi%e9 data)ase 4) 5it9 )*te9 character9 record9 fie%d9 fi%e9 data)ase ") #one of these 12.Upper 3) on a net0or. 4 IBPS Bank PO*MT C>E 813*42*04119 1. 1) Rec*c%e )in 2) Tas. /%% the de%eted fi%es go to HHH.hich of the fo%%o0ing p%aces the common of the data e%ements in order from sma%%est to %argest . Distri)uted processing in$o%$es 1) so%$ing computer component pro)%ems from a different computer 2) so%$ing computing pro)%ems )* )rea-ing them into sma%%er parts that are separate%* processed )* different computers 3) a%%o0ing users to share fi%es on a net0or4) a%%o0ing users to access net0or..e)cra0ier 2) chat group 3) regiona% ser$ice pro$ider 4) h*per%in") emai% 2. The operating s*stem determines the manner in 0hich a%% of the fo%%o0ing occurs e+ceptHHH. 1) 1i%es ma* share the same name or the same e+tension )ut not )oth 2) 8$er* fi%e in the same fo%der must ha$e a unique name 3) 1i%e e+tension is another name for the t*pe 4) The fi%e e+tension comes )efore the dot A. .the change ") spammer case )utton then c%ic3. 1) on a des-top operating s*stem 3) C/P= . 2) UPP8R /. CL 2) on a net0or.. Codes consisting of %ines of $ar*ing 0idths or %engths that are computer&reada)%e are -no0n as''''' 1) an /=C>> code 2) a magnetic tape 3) an CR scanner . Reusa)%e optica% storage 0i%% peop%e:s computers to get t*pica%%* ha$e the acron*m information i%%ega%%* or do 1) CD 2) D@D damage is a 3) R ! 4) R.e) 1) .e) site 3) PD/ 4) %in") #one of these 14./# 3) D/# 4) .) fo%%o0ed )* the fi%e name ") #one of these 13. 1) user creation of a document 2) user interaction 0ith the processor 3) printer output 4) data disp%a*ed on the monitor ") #one of these 27.e) )ro0ser 2) . /n on%ine discussion group that a%%o0s direct B%i$eB communication is -no0n as 1) ./# ") T/# /ns0ers 1 1 7 3 1 1 1 4 1 7 0 4 5 3 1 2 1 3 0 5 : 3 3 1 1 2 1 2 : 3 6 3 2 3 1 2 1 1 6 2 .. 1) C/# 2) . / .

4) a )ar code ") #one of these 3. / ,e) site:s main page is ca%%ed its'''' 1) Home page 2) 5ro0ser page 3) =earch page 4) 5oo-mar") #one of these 4. ,hich of the fo%%o0ing is a program that uses a $ariet* of different approaches to identif* and e%iminate spam . 1) Director* search 2) /nti&spam program 3) ,e) ser$er 4) ,e) storefront creation pa-age ") @irus 6. To access properties of an o)?ect9 the mouse technique to use is''''' 1) dragging 2) dropping 3) right&c%ic-ing 4) shift&c%ic-ing ;9 N!ne !+ t(e"e 17. Computers use the''''num)er s*stem to store data and perform ca%cu%ations. 1) )inar* 2) octa% 3) decima% 4) he+adecima% ") #one of these 11. ''''are attempts )* indi$idua%s to o)tain confidentia% information from *ou )* fa%sif*ing their identit* 1) Phishing trips 2) Computer $iruses 3) =p*0are scams 4) @iruses ") Phishing scams 12. ,h* is unethica% to share cop* righted fi%es 0ith *our friends. 1) >t is not unethica%9 )ecause it is %ega%. 2) >t is unethica% )ecause the fi%es are )eing gi$en for free. 3) =haring cop*righted fi%es 0ithout permission )rea-s cop*right %a0s. 4) >t is not unethica%&an*one )ecause the fi%es are )eing gi$en for free

") >t is not unethica%&an*one can access a computer 13. ,hich of the fo%%o0ing can )e used to se%ect the entire document . 1) CTR; N / 2) /;T N 1" 3) =H>1T N / 4) CTR; N L ") CTR; N H 14. The s*stem unit I 1) coordinates input and output de$ices 2) is the container that houses e%ectronics components 3) is a com)ination of hard0are and soft0are 4) contro%s and manipu%ates data ") does the arithmetic operations 1". The simu%taneous processing of t0o more program )* mu%tip%e processor is I 1) mu%tiprogramming 2) mu%titas-ing 3) time&sharing 4) mu%tiprocessing ") #one of these 12. / dis-:s content that is recorded at the time of manufacture and that cannot )e changed or erased )* the user is''''' 1) memor*&on%* 2) 0rite&on%* 3) once&on%* 4) run&on%* ") read&on%* 13. ,hat is the permanent memor* )ui%t into *our computer ca%%ed . 1) R/! 2) 1%opp* 3) CPU 4) CD&R ! ") R ! 14. The defau%t $ie0 in 8+ce% is '''''$ie0. 1) ,or2) /uto 3) #orma% 4) Roman ") #one of these 16. =*stem soft0are I 1) a%%o0s the user to diagnose and trou)%eshoot the de$ice 2) is a programming %anguage 3) is part of a producti$it* suite 4) is an optiona% of soft0are ") he%ps the computer mange interna% resources 27. >n 0ord *ou can force a page )rea-''''''

1) 5* positioning *our cursor at the appropriate p%ace and pressing the 11 -e* 2) 5* positioning *our cursor at the appropriate p%ane and pressing Ctr% N 8nter 3) 5* using the >nsertC=ection 5rea4) 5* changing the font si(e of *our document ") #one of these 21. Frouping and processing a%% of a firm:s transactions at one time is ca%%ed'''''' 1) a data)ase management s*stem 2) )atch processing 3) a rea%&time s*stem 4) an on&%ine s*stem ") #one of these 22. He%p !enu is a$ai%a)%e at 0hich )utton . 1) 8nd 2) =tart 3) Turnoff 4) Restart ") Re)oot 23. Kou can -eep *our persona% fi%esCfo%ders in''' 1) !* fo%der 2) !* document 3) !* fi%es 4) !* te+t ") #one of these 24. / centra% computer that ho%ds co%%ections of data and programs for man* PCs9 0or-stations9 and other computers is a An)''' 1) supercomputer 2) minicomputer 3) %aptop 4) ser$er ") #one of these 2". ,hen *ou sa$e to this9 *our data 0i%% remain intact e$en 0hen the computer is turned off. 1) R/! 2) mother)oard 3) secondar* storage de$ice 4) primar* storage de$ice ") #one of these 22. The''''fo%der retains copies of message that *ou ha$e started )ut are *et read* to send. 1) Drafts 2) ut)o+ 3) /ddress 5oo4) =ent >tems

") >n)o+ 23. Kou can''''a search )* pro$iding more information the search engine can use to se%ect a sma%%er9 more usefu% set of resu%ts. 1) refine 2) e+pand 3) %oad 4) quer* ") s%o0do0n 24. The contents of''''are %ost 0hen 1) storage 2) input 3) output 4) memor* ") #one of these 26. The'''''ena)%es *ou to simu%taneous%* -eep mu%tip%e ,e) pages open in one )ro0ser 0indo0. 1) ta) )o+ 2) pop&up he%per 3) ta) ro0 4) address )ar ") 8sc -e* 37. / D@D is an e+amp%e of aAn)''''' 1) hard dis2) optica% disc 3) output de$ice 4) so%id&state storage de$ice ") #one of these 31. The )asic unit of a 0or-sheet into 0hich *ou enter data in 8+ce% is ca%%ed a''''''' 1) ta) 2) ce%% 3) )o+ 4) range ") #one of these 32. ''''is the process of di$iding the dis- into trac-s and sectors. 1) Trac-ing 2) 1ormatting 3) Crashing 4) /%%otting ") #one of these 33. 0hich ports connect specia% t*pes of music instruments to sound cards. 1) 5U= 2) CPU 3) U=5 4) !>D> ") !>#> 34. The process of transferring fi%es from a computer on the >nternet to *our computer is ca%%ed . 1) do0n%oading 2) up%oading

3) 1TP 4) GP8F ") do0nsi(ing 3". Computer and communication techno%ogies9 such as communication %in-s to the >nternet that pro$ide he%p and understanding to the end user is -no0n as I 1) presentation fi%e 2) information techno%og* 3) program 4) 0or-sheet fi%e ") 1TP 32. ,hich of the fo%%o0ing is contained on chips connected to the s*stem )oard and is a ho%ding area for data instructions and information . Aprocessed data 0aiting to )e output to secondar* storage) 1) program 2) mouse 3) >nternet 4) memor* ") modem 33. To re%oad a ,e) page9 press the''''')utton 1) Redo 2) Re%oad 3) Restore 4) Ctr% ") Refresh 34. !o)i%e Commerce is )est descri)ed as I 1) The use of Lios-s in mar-eting 2) Transporting products 3) 5u*ing and se%%ing goodsCser$ices through 0ire%ess handhe%d de$ices 4) Using note)ooPC:s mar-eting ") #one of these 36. @ideo processor consist of'''and''''0hich store and process images. 1) CPU and @F/ 2) CPU and memor* 3) @F/ and memor* 4) @F> and D@> ") #one of these 47. The main circuit&)oard of the s*stem unit is the I 1) computer program 2) contro% unit 3) mother)oard 4) R/!

") #one of these 41. ,hat is the process of cop*ing soft0are program from secondar* storage media to the hard dis- ca%%ed . 1) configuration 2) do0n%oading 3) storage 4) up%oad ") insta%%ation 42. ,hich of the fo%%o0ing is )i%%ionth of a second . 1) Figa)*te 2) Tera)*te 3) #anosecond 4) !icrosecond ") Terasecond 43. ,hen the pointer is possi)%e on a'''''9 it is shaped %i-e a hand. 1) Frammar error 2) 1ormatting error 3) =creen Tip 4) =pe%%ing error ") H*per%in44. The computer a))re$iation L5 usua%%* means I 1) Le* 5%oc2) Lerne% 5oot 3) Le* 5ite 4) Lit 5it ") Li%o 5*te 4". Connection or %in- to other documents or ,e) Page that contain re%ated information is ca%%ed I 1) dia% I up 2) e%ectronic commerce 3) h*per%in4) e&cash ") domain name 42. /An)''''is a specia% $isua% and audio effect in Po0erpoint to te+t or content. 1) animation 2) f%ash 3) 0ipe 4) disso%$e ") #one of these 43. ,hich of he fo%%o0ing is a programming %anguage for crating specia% programs %i-e app%ets . 1) Ga$a 2) ca)%e 3) domain name 4) #et ") C 5 ; 44. The piece of hard0are that con$erts *our computer:s digit signa% to an ana%og signa% that can tra$e% o$er te%ephone %ines is ca%%ed a''''''

1) red 0rite 2) )%ue cord 3) to0er 4) modem ") #one of these 46. Persona% computer can )e connected together to form a 1) ser$er 2) supercomputer 3) net0or4) enterprise ") #one of these "7. Porta)%e computer a%so -no0n as %aptop computer 0eighing )et0een 4 and 17 pounds is ca%%ed I 1) genera%&purpose app%ication 2) >nternet 3) scanner

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1. ,hen *ou enter te+t in a ce%% in 8+ce%9 it a%so appears in the 1) status )ar 2) formu%a )ar 3) ro0 heading 4) name )o+ ") #one of these 2. ,hich e%ements of a ,ord document can )e disp%a*ed in co%our. 1) n%* graphics 2) n%* te+t 3) n%* the first 0ord of each %ine 4) /%% e%ements9 )ut on%* if *ou ha$e a co%our printer ") /%% e%ements 3. ,or-)oo- is a co%%ection of 1) Page =etup 2) 5uttons 3) Diagrams 4) Charts ") ,or-sheet 4. '''''appear at the )utton of the 8+ce% ,indo0 1) =heet ta)s 2)#ame 5o+ 3) 1ormu%a )ar 4) Tit%e )ar ") #one of these ". 8PR ! stand for 1) 8rasa)%e Programma)%e Read n%* !emor* 2) 8%ectronic Programma)%e Read& n%* !emor* 3) 8nterprise Programma)%e Read n%* !emor* 4) 8+tended Programma)%e Read n%* !emor* ") 8%ectrica% Programma)%e Read& n%* !emor* 2. The techno%og* that stores on%* the essentia% instructions on a

11. 1i%es are organi(ed )* storing them in 1) ta)%es 2) data)ase 3) fo%ders 4) graphs ") diagrams 12. ,hen the computer is s0itched on9 the )ooting process performed the 1) >ntegrit* Test 2) Po0er& n =e%f&Test 3) Correct 1unctioning Test 4) Re%ia)i%it* Test ") =hut&do0n 13. >n 0ord9 the feature that automatica%%* detects common errors is ca%%ed 1) /utocorrect 2) /utograph 3) =pe%%ing and Frammar 4) Foto ") Thesaurus 14. / computer s*stem that is o%d and perhaps n!t satisfactor* is referred to as a An) 1) /ncient s*stem 2) Historica% s*stem 3) /ge&o%d s*stem 4) ;egac* s*stem ") ;ega% s*stem 1". ,hich of the fo%%o0ing is n!t a )inar* num)er . 1) 771 2) 171 3) 272 4) 117 ") 711 12. ,hich of the fo%%o0ing -!e" n!t storage data permanent%* . 1) R ! 2) R/! 3) 1%opp* dis4) Hard dis") #one of htese

hich of the fo%%o0ing he%ps to protect f%opp* dis-s from data getting accidenta%%* erased .dri$e ") in the scanner 24.hich of the fo%%o0ing is the sma%%est storage . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is hard 0are and not soft0are . To force a page )rea. . 1) access notch 2) . 1) *our 0e)site 2) address I )o+ 3) >n)o+ 4) *our persona% %aptop ") #one of these . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is n!t a term pertaining to the >nternet . 1) TDT 2) .in2) H*per%in3) 5ro0ser 4) =earch 8ngine ") !ouse 3". 1) /utoformat 2) Header and 1ooters 3) Undo and Redo 4) =pe%%ing and Frammar ") /utograph 37. .ord .hen )ro0sing the .ord 1) Position the cursor at the appropriate p%ace and press 11 2) Use the insertC=ection 5rea3) Position the cursor at the appropriate p%ace and press Ctr% N 8nter 4) Change the font si(e and co%our of the document ") #one of these 23. 1) . 4) D C ") #one of these 32. The -e*)oard shortcut to centre se%ected te+t in .hich of the fo%%o0ing contains permanent data and gets updated during the processing of transactions . The )asic goa% of computer process is to con$ert data into 1) graphs 2) ta)%es 3) fi%es 4) information ") diagrams 34. .ide . 1) .hich menu ena)%es the user to choose too%)ars .hen *ou scro%% through a document9 the''''-!e" n!t mo$e. The octa% s*stem 1) needs %ess digits to represent a num)er than in the )inar* s*stem 2) needs more digits to represent a num)er than in the )inar* s*stem 3) needs the same num)er of digits to represent a num)er as in the )inar* s*stem 4) needs the same num)er of digits to represent a num)er as in the decima% s*stem ") #one of these 33. . 1) perating =*stem fi%es 2) Transaction fi%e 3) =oft0are 1i%e 4) !aster 1i%e ") /n* 1i%e 22.arge transaction processing s*stems in automated organi(ations use 1) n%ine Processing 2) 5atch Processing 3) nce Ia I Da* Processing 4) 8nd I of I Da* Processing ") nce I a I 0ee. Pre&defined and )ui%t&in formu%as in 8+ce% are -no0n as 1) /utosheets 2) Diagrams 3) Charts 4) Ta)%es ") 1unctions 21.ord is 1) Ctr% N 8sc 2) Ctr% N C 3) /%t N C 4) There is no -e*)oard short cut for this operation ") Ctr% N 8 23. .hat is the defau%t fi%e e+tension for a%% . 1) in the modem 2) in the hard dri$e 3) into the CPU 4) in the dis.e)9 the )ro0ser is a 1) feeder 2) ser$er program 3) app%ication program 4) s*stem program ") c%ient program 36.of a computer.ord 2) Draft 3) (oom 4) =ho0CHide ") Hide page 33.13.here is the dis. . . Kou can sho0 an entire page or mu%tip%e pages at the same time using'''''options. The name that the user gi$es to a document is referred to as 1) document&name 2) fi%ename 3) name Igi$en 4) document I identit* ") fi%e&id 26. 1) >&)eam 2) scro%% )ar 3) page 4) insertion point ") #one of these 34. 1) @ie0 2) 1ormat 3) >nsert 4) 8dit ") He%p 16.put in a computer . / set of format that has a name and can )e quic-%* app%ied to se%ected te+t is ca%%ed aAn) 1) font 2) st*%e 3) feature 4) finish ") #one of these 32.hich 8+ce% feature ena)%es predefined %a*outs to se%ected ta)%es in the 0or-sheet . .rite&protect notch 3) entr* notch 4) input notch ") #one of these 24.ord document .here is ne0%* recei$ed emai% stored .U ") 8+ce% 31.in . .RD 3) 1>. 1) !ega)*te 2) Figa)*te 3) Li%o)*te 4) Tera)*te ") #ano !)*te 14. . . 5* $ie0ing the properties of the %oca% hard dis. The user can find out 1) the amount of space that has )een used up and the remaining free space on the dis2) the name of the user $ie0ing the properties of the dis3) #othing usefu% to the user 4) The num)er of programs a$ai%a)%e in the computer ") #one of these 27.Processing 22. 1) Po0er Point 2) Printer dri$er 3) peration =*stem 4) /. / modem is connected to 1) a te%ephone %ine 2) a -e*)oard 3) a printer 4) a monitor ") a scanner 2".

ess characters per %ine than the same document in %andscape 4) =ma%%er fonts in order to fit the same amount of characters per %ine 0ith %andscape ") #one of these 4". 1) 0or-sheet 2) $a%ue 3) ce%% reference 4) range ") #one of these 43. 6 7 6 5 6 3 6 2 . / thin p%ate or )oard that contains e%ectronic computers is ca%%ed'''''' 1) Hard dis2) =canner 3) R/! 4) R ! ") circuit )oard .hen the mouse is mo$ed9 it causes a picture to mo$e on the screen 0hich is referred to as a 1) menu 2) icon 3) pointer 4) ta) ") #one of these 42. 1 0 7 /ns0ers 3 0 4 5 3 0 2 3 2 0 1 2 3 : 4 4 1 : 4 1 1 : 1 0 " : 4 : 4 : " 6 " : 2 . '''''''imp%ies a com)ination of audio9 $ideo9 te+t9 animation and graphics 1) =pecia% media 2) !u%tip%e+er 3) !u%tip%ier 4) !essage&media ") !u%timedia 41. 4 " " 4 " 3 3 3 3 3 " 3 1. . >nstructions or contro%%ing the ca%%ed 1) =oft0are 3) Human0are 4) Programmer 2.accts ") .anguage used in a computer that is simi%ar to the %anguages of humans and is eas* to understand is referred to as 1) =ource Code 2) !achine . 7 5 3 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 : 2 1 6 " 1 . Press the''''-e* to mo$e the insertion point to the first ce%% in a ro0 in 8+ce%. 1) Page UP 2) Page Do0n 3) Home 4) Ta) ") #one of these 43.ord document .e) page are ca%%ed''''''' 1) search engines 2) ser$e%ets 3) )ro0sers 4) app%ets ") feed)ac44. 1) T0o AHeader and fo%der) 2) 1our Atop9 )ottom.anguage 1 0 : 6 . right9 %eft) 3) T0o A%andscape and portrait) 4) T0o Atop and )ottom) ") #one of these 46. 2 : 3 7 1 : 4 5 1 : 3 3 3 : 3 2 6 4 6 1 6 0 6 : 6 6 6 . CD and D@D dri$es are e+amp%es of 1) coding media 2) so%id stage storage 3) (ip dri$es 4) printers ") storage de$ices "7.doc 2) .e$e% .ppt 4) .e+e 2. /n 8+ce% spreadsheet has the e+tension''''' 1) . /'''''t*pica%%* t*pe of fi%e.anguage 3) High .47. CD stands for 1) Computer Dis2) Contact Dis3) Circu%ar Dis4) Co%d Dis") Compact Dis42. 1) fo%der 3) fi%e e+tension 4) fi%ename ") #one of these programs for computer are 2) Hard0are ") /na%*sis identifies the 2) path IBPS Bank C#erk C>E 805*11*04119 3.U 4) !ouse ") Printer 44. 1) Cop* and Paste 2) Cut and Paste 3) De%ete and Ret*pe 4) 1ind and Rep%ace ") #one of these ". Ho0 man* margin are on a page.anguage 4) )?ect Code ") /ssem)%* . " 1 7 1 1 5 1 1 3 2 1 2 4 0 4 4 0 1 " 0 0 2 0 : 3 0 6 2 0 . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is a secondar* de$ice . .hich of the fo%%o0ing shou%d )e used to mo$e a paragraph from one p%ace to another in a . =ma%% program that act on data recei$ed )* the user:s computer as part of a . / de$ice that copies or reproduces te+t and image is ca%%ed aCan 1) CPU 2) reader 3) memor* 4) o)tainer ") scanner 4. / document in portrait prints 1) The same characters per %ine 0ith the same document in %andscape 2) !ore characters per unit than the same document in %andscape 3) . 1) -e*)oard 2) CD 3) /. . >n 8+ce%9 a''''is identified )* the ce%% in the upper&%eft corner and the ce%% in the %o0er I right corner9 separated )* a co%on.+%s 3) .

''''of the 0or-sheet appear $ertica%%* and are identified )* %etters at the top of the 0or-sheet 0indo0. 1) 1ormat !enu 2) Too%s !enu 3) 8dit !enu 4) @ie0 !enu ") #one of these 17. . / storage de$ice that stores the same data on se$era% different dis-s so if one gets damaged9 another one 0i%% ha$e the same data is referred to as''''''' 1) R/>D 2) magnetic tape 3) magnetic dis4) f%opp* dis") #one of these 24. / coo-ie''''' 1) stores information a)out the user:s 0e) acti$it* .ogic Unit 23.means''''''' 1) )rea-ing a page of the document into sma%%er parts 2) starting the ne+t part of the document on a ne0 page 3) )rea-ing a page of the document into sma%% sentence 4) )rea-ing a page of the document into sma%% paragraphs ") #one of these 1". 1) on%* the tit%e 2) a%% 0ords9 )ut a co%our printer is essentia% 3) a%% 0ord 4) on%* the header a co%our footer ") #one of these 37. N / ") CTR.hich of the fo%%o0ing statements is $a%id .hich menu shou%d )e se%ected to perform Cut and Paste in . . 8+ce% documents are stored as fi%es ca%%ed'''''''' 1) 0or-force 2) 0or-sheets 3) 0or-ta)%e 4) 0or-groups ") 0or-)oo-s 22.hich of the fo%%o0ing categories 0ou%d inc%ude a printer and a monitor 1) =torage De$ice 2) >nput De$ice 3) Pointing De$ice 4) utput De$ice ") =canning 24. >n a spreadsheet9 the point at 0hich a co%umn and a ro0 intersect is ca%%ed a''''' 1) co%&ro0 2) container 3) )o+ 4) grid ") ce%% 11.hat is the shortcut -e* for centering the te+t se%ected )* user in . 1) De%ete 2) 8dit 3) Cop* 4) =%ide sho0 ") #one of these 2". 1) >nputting 2) Processing 3) Contro%%ing 4) Understanding ") utputting 13.ogic Unit 2) /rra* .ogic Unit ") /rithmetic . 1) 1 L5 S 1724 )its 2) 1 L5 S 2744 )its 3) 1 L5 S 1777 -i%o)its 4) 1 L5 S 1777 )*tes ") 1 !5 S 1724 -i%o)*tes 22. 1) Ro0s 2) Ce%%s 3) Co%umns 4) Headings ") Range 12. / computer programmer'''''' 1) does a%% the thin-ing for a computer 2) can enter input data quic-%* 3) can operate a%% t*pes of computer equipments 4) can dra0 on%* f%o0chart ") is not a usefu% person 23. / page )rea. N / 2) CTR.hich of the fo%%o0ing operations is n!t performed )* computer .ogic Unit 4) /rtificia% .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not a tern pertaining to . . . 8+ce% is a''''''''''' 1) 0ord processing program 2) game 3) data)ase app%ication 4) spreadsheet program ") presentation program 21. R ! stands for''''''' 1) Read n%* !emor* 2) Random pen !emor* 3) Read pen !emor* 4) Random n%* !emor* ") Read* n%* !emor* 13. .3. N C 4) CTR.hich 0ords in a .U 6. 1) soft0are 2) hard0are 3) input de$ice 4) s*stem unit ") #one of these 4. The de$ice containing a circuit )rea-er that is used to separate the hard0are from the po0er source and protect from $o%tage spi-es is ca%%ed a'''''' 1) $o%tage )rea-er 2) surge )rea-er 3) surge protector 4) $o%tage protector ") /.ogic Unit 3) /pp%ication .U is 1) /ccess .ord . The -e*s on the -e*)oard 0hich ma* )e programmed to do specia% tas-s are referred to as 1) function -e*s 2) arro0 -e*s 3) page up and page do0n de* 4) =hift an /%t -e*s ") #one of these 16. N 8 27. 1) CTR. . RD . 5>T stands for''''''' 1) 5ui%t in Tas-s 2) 5inar* Digit 3) 5efore >nstructed Tas4) 5efore >nterpreting Tas") 5efore >nitia% Tas14. N 5 3) CTR. =oft0are turns data into''''''' 1) Document 2) >nformation 3) pages 4) 0e)site 4) #one of these 26.ord . . The'''''is the )o+ that houses the most important parts of a computer s*stem. /n on%ine )ac-ing storage s*stem capa)%e of storing %arger quantities of data is''''' 1) CPU 2) !emor* 3) =econdar* !emor* 4) !ass storage ") Temporar* storage 12. RD document can )e disp%a*ed in co%our . Trac-)a%% is an e+amp%e of aCan 1) Programming de$ice 2) pointing de$ice 3) output de$ice 4) soft0are de$ice ") printing de$ice 14. /.

. 1) Trans%ate instructions of assem)%* %anguage into machine %anguage 2) >t does not trans%ate a C program 3) >t is in$o%$ed in program:s e+ecution 4) >s a trans%ating program ") >t does not trans%ating a 5/=>C program 43.hich of the fo%%o0ing is n!t an e+amp%e of hard0are . . 6 7 6 5 " 4 1 1 3 2 2 3 . 1) High %e$e% %anguage 2) . R/! is an e+amp%e of 0hich of the fo%%o0ing .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not true a)out an assem)%er . Kou use aAn)'''''such as a mouse to input information.or-sheet . RD document9 the fo%%o0ing -e* As) shou%d )e used''''' 1) Ctr% and 8nd 2) Ctr% 3) 8nd 4) Home ") #one of these 47.s*stem 2) c%ient C ser$er net0or. 41. . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is a machine independent program .hich is the net0or. The'''''coordinates a%% of the processor:s acti$ities. 1) 1ormatting too%)ar 2) =tandard too%)ar 3) Dra0ing too%)ar 4) Fraphics too%)ar ") #one of these 3". / 0e) site is a co%%ection of'''' 1) graphics 2) programs 3) a%gorithms 4) 0e) pages ") charts 46.hich is the )est position for operating the mouse .in3) Printer 4) =earch 8ngine ") H*per%in4". .hich programming %anguage does not need a trans%ator . " 1 7 2 1 5 2 1 3 " 1 2 4 0 4 3 0 1 /ns0ers 2 0 4 5 3 0 2 3 4 0 3 2 2 : 1 4 1 : 3 1 " : 2 0 4 : 4 : " : 1 6 6 4 6 1 6 0 6 : 6 6 6 .o0 %e$e% %anguage 3) /ssem)%* %anguage 4) !achine %anguage ") #one of these 43. . 1) Tai% a0a* from the user 2) Tai% to0ards the user 3) Tai% facing the right 4) Tai% facing the %eft ") #one of these 33. / computer:s R/! is ''''' 1) CPU 2) computer soft0are 3) operating s*stem 4) /. / portion of the 0or-sheet disp%a*ed on the screen can )e $ie0ed through a''''''' 1) . 1) 5/=>C 2) High %e$e% %anguage 3) /ssem)%* %anguage 4) C ") !achine %anguage 36.strateg* used e+tensi$e%* )* the >nternet . 1) peer&to&peer net0or.hich of the fo%%o0ing is %isted in order from %argest to sma%%est . 1) con$erter 2) compi%er 3) instructor 4) interpreter ") #one of these 34.s*stem 3) . 7 5 3 1 1 6 3 1 .indo0 2) the acti$e 0ido0 3) the tas. /An)''''con$erts and e+ecuti$e one statement at a time.hich of the fo%%o0ing in not a term pertaining to the internet . 1) T59 !59 F59 L5 2) F59 T59 !59 L5 3) T59 F59 L59 !5 4) T59 F59 !59 L5 ") F59 !59 T59 L5 42. 1) !ouse 2) Printer 3) !onitor 4) perating =*stem ") =canner 1 0 : 6 . . 1) output de$ice 2) input de$ice 3) storage de$ice 4) processing de$ice ") #one of these 42.s*stem ") #one of these 32.hich of the fo%%o0ing is not a term pertaining to spreadsheets. . 2) Domain name 3) Computer 4) #et0or") UR. 1) 5ro0ser 2) . .2) stores soft0are de$e%oped )* the user 3) stores the pass0ord of the user 4) stores the commands used )* the user ") #one of these 31.)ar 4) the ce%% ") #one of these 44. 1) formu%a 2) ce%% 3) )ro0ser 4) character ") #one of these 44. To mo$e to the )ottom of a ./# 4) stand a%one net0or. 1) non$o%ati%e memor* 2) cache memor* 3) $o%ati%e memor* 4) $irtua% memor* ") #one of these 34.U ") computer hard0are "7. 1) arithmeticC%ogic unit 2) contro% unit 3) random access memor* AR/!) 4) e+pansion s%ot ") #one of these 33.ord .hich too%)ar disp%a*s the )uttons for a%ignment and font si(e in . . 1) 8R.hich of the fo%%o0ing unique%* identifies a 0e) site . / name or num)er used to identif* a storage %ocation is ca%%ed '''''''' 1) / )*te 2) / record 3) /n address 4) / program ") / )it 32. .

. Kour position in the te+t is sho0n )* a I 1) 5%in-er 2) Cursor 3) Causer 4) Pointer ") #one of these . 1) The order in 0hich *ou %ist the function:s arguments 2) The precedence of the arguments 3) . 1) =torage 2) input 3) output 4) memor* ") #one of these 2. 1) ad?ustment 2) function 3) modifier 4) a%phanumeric ") #one of these 12. . >n 0ord9 *ou can change Page !argins )* I 1) Dragging the scro%% )o+ on the scro%% )ars 2) De%eting the margin )ound aries on the Ru%er 3) Dragging the margin )ound aries on the Ru%er 4) C%ic-ing the right mouse )utton on the Ru%er ") #one of these 1". To )e a)%e to B)ootB9 the computer must ha$e aAn) I 1) Compi%er 2) .oader 3) perating s*stem 4) /ssem)%er ") #one of these 6. 2 0 7 " 1 4 2 1 : . .hich contents are %ost 0hen the computer turns off . >n 8+ce%9 this is a prerecorded formu%a that pro$ides a shortcut for comp%e+ ca%cu%ations& 1) @a%ue 2) Data series 3) 1unction 4) 1ie%ed ") #one of these 11. . n a CD&R. . : 7 : 5 : 3 : 2 2 2 3 " 1 6 3 6 2 .ord I 1) once 2) t0ice 3) three times 4) four times ") #one of these 13. The )inar* s*stem is a num)er s*stem to the )ase I 1) 2 2) 4 3) 4 4) 17 ") 12 4.hat t*pe of -e*s are :ctr%: and :shift: .hich of the fo%%o0ing is hard 0ere and not soft0are .anguage for assem)%ing computers ") #one of these 2. To re$erse the effect of *our %ast action in 0ord I 1) Use the cut command 2) Use the Undo command 3) Press the de%ete -e* 4) Use the Redo command ") #one of these 14. /ssem)%* %anguage is'''''' 1) !achine %anguage 2) High&%e$e% programming %anguage 3) / %o0&%e$e% programming %anguage 4) .hich of the fo%%o0ing is n!t one of the s*nta+ ru%es . >n 0ord9 rep%ace option is a$ai%a)%e on I 1) 1i%e !enu 2) 8dit !enu 3) 8dit !enu 4) 1ormat !enu ") #one of these 14.ogica% 2) Data =eries 3) 1inancia% 4) Te+t ") #one of these 17. .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not an e+amp%e of hard0are . / 0ord gets se%ected )* c%ic-ing it to se%ect a 0ord in . 1) The fi%es get mo$ed to the Rec*c%e 5in 2) 1i%es on a f%opp* cannot )e de%eted 3) The fi%es get de%eted and can )e restored again from Rec*c%e 5in 4) The fi%es gets de%eted and can not )e restored again ") The fi%es gets copies on the Hard dis- 3 0 0 " 0 : 4 0 6 1 0 . The fo%%o0ing computer:s memor* is characteri(ed )* %o0 cost per )it stored I 1) Primar* 2) =econdar* 3) Hard dis4) /%% of these ") #one of these 12.hether or not the function has arguments 4) Proper%* spe%%ing the function:s name ") #one of these 3. 1) =canner 2) Printer 3) !onitor 4) !ouse ") >nterpreter ". *ou can I IBPS Bank C#erk C>E 846*10*04119 1) read and 0rite information 2) on%* read information 3) on%* 0rite information 4) read9 0rite and re0rite information ") #one of these 4.hat happens 0hen 0e tr* to de%ete the fi%es on the f%opp* . 4 4 " 4 13.2 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 : 1. This is not a function categor* in 8+ce% I 1) . 1) 8+ce% 2) Printer dri$er 3) perating =*stem 4) Po0er Point ") CPU 3.

ord *ou can use =t*%es to I 1) !a-e copies of documents 2) =a$e change to documents 3) De%ete te+t in documents 4) 1ormat *our documents ") #one of these 33. >n .h* is the Caps .hen a chart is p%aced on this9 it is much %arger and there is no other data on it I 1) Chart sheet 2) 8+c%usi$e sheet 3) Primar* sheet 4) Reference sheet ") #one of these 22. Using Print Pre$ie0 is usefu% 0hen *ou 0ant to I 1) Co%our the document 2) =a$e the document 3) De%ete the document 4) Cop* the document ") @ie0 ho0 the document 0i%% appear 0hen printed 24.in3) 5ro0ser 4) =earch 8ngine ") H*per%in47.sch 36. Using output de$ices one can I 1) input data 2) store data 3) scan data 4) $ie0 or print data ") #one of these 22. The operating s*stem that is se%f contained in a de$ice and resident in the R ! is I 1) 5atch perating =*stem 2) Rea%&time perating =*stem 3) 8m)edded perating =*stem 4) !u%ti&Processor perating =*stem ") #one of these 32. . 1) 1724 2) 124 3) 2"2 4) "12 ") 24 34.hich of the fo%%o0ing is used )* the )ro0ser to connect to the %ocation of the >nternet resource .-e* referred to as a togg%e -e* . 1) P%otter 2) =canner 3) !ouse 4) Printer ") Le*)oard 2". This dia%og )o+ specifies or modified the 0or-sheet ce%% range containing data to )e charted I 1) Chart . 1) Printing de$ice 2) utput de$ices 3) Pointing de$ices 4) =torage de$ices ") >nput de$ices 21. The process of trading goods o$er the >nternet is -no0n as I 1) e&se%%ing&n&)u*ing 2) e&trading 3) e&finance 4) e&sa%esmanship ") e&commerce 23.org 2) . . 0hich of the fo%%o0ing is the correct precedence .oc. >n the formu%a S 51C52 N 53.indo0 64 to . The time for the actua% data transfer after recei$ing the request for data from secondar* storage is referred to as the dis-:s& 1) transfer time 2) mo$ement 3) access time 4) data input time ") #one of these 27. 1) 1etching 2) =toring 3) Decoding 4) 8+ecuting ") #one of these 34. The main s*stem )oard of a computer is ca%%ed the I 1) integrated 2) mother)oard 3) processor 4) microchip ") #one of these 26. >f *ou change .indo0 DP9 *ou are actua%%* performing I 1) upstart 2) upgrade 2) update 4) patch ") #one of these 31.com ") . .in-ers 2) Protoco% 3) Ca)%e 4) UR.I 1) Use the Bsa$eB command 2) This cannot )e done 3) Use the Bdup%icateB command 4) Cop* of document ") Use the Bsa$e asB commond 33.16.hich of the fo%%o0ing categories 0ou%d inc%ude a -e*)oard . P =T stands for I 1) Po0er on =e%f Test 2) Program on =e%f Test 3) Po0er on =*stem Test 4) Program on =*stem Test ") Po0er ff =*stem Test 32. Ho0 man* mega)*te ma-e a giga)*te . 1) /ddition higher precedence than di$ision 2) 8qua% precedence among the t0o operators R proceed right to %eft 3) 8qua% precedence among the t0o operators R proceed %eft to right 4) Di$ision higher precedence than addition ") #one of these 3". >nformation that comes from an e+terna% source and fed into computer soft0are is ca%%ed I 1) utput 2) >nput 3) Throughput 4) Reports ") #one of these 24.edu 3) . ") #one of these . . 1) -e*)oard 2) . '''''is the process of carr*ing out commonds.inst 4) .ocation 2) Chart =t*%e 3) Chart ption 4) Chart =ource data ") #one of these 37. 1) .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not a term pertaining to the >nternet . /n educationa% institute 0ou%d genera%%* ha$e the fo%%o0ing in its domain name I 1) . . To ma-e a cop* of the current document to dis.hich of the fo%%o0ing can input graphica% image and picture for a computer . . 1) 5ecause its function goes )acand forth e$er* time it is pressed 2) 5ecause it cannot )e used for entering num)ers 3) 5ecause it cannot )e used to de%ete 4) 5ecause it cannot )e used to insert ") #one of these 23.

hich of the fo%%o0ing can )e used to store %arge num)er of fi%es in a sma%% amount of storage space . 1) hard dis2) f%ash dri$e 3) D@D 4) CD ") -e*)oard 4. .hich of the fo%%o0ing is the fastest t*pe of computer . The operation of com)ining t0o ce%%s into a sing%e ce%% in 8+ce% is referred to as'''''' 1) Goin Ce%%s 2) !erge Ce%%s 3) !erge Ta)%e 4) Goin Ta)%e ") #one of these 2. 1) fi%e ad?ustment 2) fi%e cop*ing 3) fi%e reading 4) fi%e compati)i%it* ") fi%e compression 3. Data is organi(ed in 0or-sheet as''''''' 1) charts and diagrams 2) ro0s and co%umns 3) ta)%es and )o+es 4) graphs ") #one of these ".dri$e 4) Printer ") P%otter 43. . 3 0 " : 4 : 7 2 0 2 : 1 6 5 4 0 1 : 2 . >n a 0e) site9 the :home: page refers to I 1) the )est page 2) the %ast page 3) the first page 4) the most recent page ") the o%dest page 4". To restart the computer the fo%%o0ing com)ination of -e*s is used I 1) De% N Ctr% 2) 5ac-space N Ctr% 3) 8sc N Ctr% 4) >nsert N 8sc ") Ctr% N /%t N De% 44. >n 0ord9 0hen *ou intent a paragraph9 *ou I 1) push the te+t in 0ith respect to the margin 2) change the margins on the page 3) mo$e the te+t up )* one %ine 4) mo$e the te+t do0n )* one %ine ") #one of these "7. . >n a computer most processing ta-es p%ace in'''''''''' 1) !emor* 2) R/! 3) !other)oard 3) Dis.hich of the fo%%o0ing in an e+amp%e of a )inar* num)ers . 3 3 0 " : 1 7 2 6 4 6 1 6 0 6 : 6 6 6 . 1) !onitor 2) -e*)oard 1. . . >n 8+ce% 0hen the contents and attri)utes of a ce%% or range of ce%%s ha$e to )e erased using the menu9 the user must''''' 1) =e%ect the ce%%s9 choose 8dit9 and se%ect C%ear9 then a%% 2) =e%ect the ce%%s9 and c%icde%ete on the -e*)oard 3) =e%ect the ce%%s9 choose Too%s9 and se%ect C%ear9 then 1ormats . . 7 5 3 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 : 2) function -e*s 3) the num)er -e*pad 4) arro0 -e*s ") #one of these /ns0ers 3 1 3 0 2 6 5 2 1 3 0 2 .hich -e* is used to de%ete one character to the %eft the current position of the cursor . 1) 5ac-space 2) De%ete 3) >nsert 4) 8sc ") Ctr% 42.41.2" 4) 232 ") 277 42. 1) ctr%9 shift and a%t IBPS Bank C#erk C>E 811*10*04119 4) CPU ") #one of these 4.aptop 2) #ote)oo3) Persona% computer 4) . /=C>> stands for I 1) /merican =pecia% Computer for >nformation >nteraction 2) /merican =tandard Computer for >nformation >nterchange 3) /merican =pecia% Code for >nformation >nterchange 4) /merican =pecia% Computer for information >nterchange ") /merican =tandard Code for >nformation >nterchange 46. 4 4 1 " 1 3 1 3 " " 1 3 4) Rain* toda* a da* ") #one of these 3. =pe%% Chec.0i%% find errors in 0hich of the fo%%o0ing .hich -e*s ena)%e the input of num)ers quic-%* . 3 1 1 2 0 4 7 2 " 1 2 : 2 5 4 4 1 1 : 3 3 1 " 1 3 : " 2 0 4 0 " : 4 4 : 3 0 4 : 4 1 6 2 0 1 : 1 0 .hich part of the computer he%ps to store information . . 8+ce% 0ou%d e$a%uate the formu%a9 S 27 U17C4U49 and return the ans0er I 1) 477 2) 47 3) 2. 1) Toda* is a rain* da* 2) Toda* is a rain* a da* 3) is a rain* 1 0 : 6 . 1) .or-station ") =upercomputer 43.inu+ is a t*pe of'''''soft0are 1) =hare0are 2) Commercia% 3) Proprietar* 4) pen =ource ") Hidden t*pe 44. 6 7 6 5 6 3 6 2 .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not a storage medium . . 1) 2/H> 2) 177171 3) 77" 4) /5CD ") 234"2 2.

The computer a))re$iation L5 usua%%* means''''' 1) Le* 5%oc2) Lerne% 5oot 3) Li%o 5*te 4) Lit 5*te ") #one of these 17. 1) 124 2) 1724 3) 2"2 4) "12 ") 24 22.hat do *ou see 0hen *ou c%icthe right mouse )utton. 1) The same effect as the %eft c%ic2) / specia% menu 3) #o effect 4) / mouse cannot )e right c%ic-ed ") computer goes to s%eep mode 13.aptop 4) =upercomputer . RD document'''''' 1) se%ect 1ont in the 1ormat menu 2) se%ect 1ont in the 8dit menu 3) se%ect 1ont in the Too%s menu 4) se%ect 1ont in the >nsert menu ") #one of these 14. Le*)oards9 scanners and microphones are e+amp%es of''' 1) soft0are programs 2) input de$ices 3) output de$ices 4) uti%ities ") #one of these 23. 1) 4 2) 4 3) 12 4) 32 ") 24 2". >n order to de%ete a sentence from a document *ou 0ou%d use''''' 1) high%ight and cop* 2) cut and paste 3) cop* and paste 4) high%ight and de%ete ") se%ect and paste 23. .indo0 ") #one of these 14. 1) CPU 2) R ! 3) R!/ 4) R/! ") #one of these 21. ") #one of these 1".hich of the fo%%o0ing is hard0are and soft0are . 1) Trans%ates instruction of a high %e$e% %anguage into machine %anguage 2) Trans%ates entire source program into machine %anguage program 3) >t is in$o%$ed in program e+ecution 4) >s a trans%ating program ") >s usefu% to run programs 22. The common name for a modu%ator demodu%ator is''''' 1) modem 2) ?oiner 3) net0or4) connector ") demod 12. 1) #ote)oo-s 2) Persona% Computers 3) .hen machine instructions are )eing e+ecuted )* a computer9 the instruction phase fo%%o0ing )* the e+ecution phase is referred to as'''''' 1) program c*c%e 2) machine instruction 3) e+ecution c*c%e 4) tas. 2) 8$er* fi%e has a fi%ename. .hich of the fo%%o0ing is n!t tr'e a)out computer fi%es . 1) Too%s 2) 1i%e 3) @ie0 4) .hich of the fo%%o0ing refers to the fastest9 )iggest and most e+pensi$e computers .c*c%e ") machine c*c%e 26. .4) =e%ect the ce%%s9 choose Too%s and se%ect 1ormu%a /udit9 then De%ete ") #one of these 6.U performs''operations. 3) / fi%e e+tension is esta)%ished )* the user to indicate the date it 0as created 4) Usua%%* fi%es contain data. >f an 8+ce% . 1) 8+ce% 2) Printer 3) perating =*stem 4) Po0er Point ") Contro% Unit 13. 8+ce% is a program that is used to prepare a''''''' 1) Data)ase 2) Te+t Document 3) =preadsheet 4) =%ide Presentation ") #one of these 27. . >n . 1) The* are co%%ections of data sa$ed to a storage medium. 1) !i%%ennium 2) !icro&8+pert 3) !acro&8+pert 4) !u%ti&8+pert ") !*&8+pert 37. ''''''consists of $o%ati%e chips that temporari%* store data or instructions. >n order to choose the font for a sentence in a . The /. >n a computer9 ho0 man* )its does a ni))%e signif* . >n 8+ce%9 the contents of the acti$e ce%% are disp%a*ed in the''''''' 1) footer )ar 2) too% )ar 3) tas.or-sheet is to )e %in-ed for use in a Po0erPoint presentation9 the fo%%o0ing shou%d )e c%ic-ed''''' 1) 8dit9 Paste =pecia% 2) 8dit9 Paste 3) 8dit9 Cop* 4) 1i%e9 Cop* ") #one of these 11.)ar 4) menu )ar ") formu%a )ar 24. Ho0 man* -i%o)*tes ma-e a mega)*te . 1) %ogarithm&)ased 2) /=C>> 3) a%gorithm&)ased 4) arithmetic ") #one of these 16.ord9 0hich menu 0ou%d the user se%ect to print a document . . 8diting a document that has )een created means'''''' 1) sa$ing it 2) printing it 3) scanning it 4) correcting it ") #one of these 24.indo0s !89 0hat does !8 stand for . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is n!t tr'e a)out a compi%er . R/! stands for'''' 1) Random /ccess !emor* 2) Read* /pp%ication !odu%e 3) Read /ccess !emor* 4) Remote /ccess !achine ") #one of these 12. >n .

1) formu%a 2) name 3) %a)e% 4) address ") #one of these 34. document . To insert a page )rea.arn )ooting ") =hutting off 43. 1) !onitor 2) CPU 3) CD&R ! 4) 1%opp* dis") Printer 42. /'''''is an e+amp%e of an input de$ice.hich of the fo%%o0ing is part of the =*stem Unit . . .U 2) Computer soft0are 3) operating s*stem 4) computer hard0are ") CPU 47. The term BhostB 0ith respect to the internet9 means''''''' 1) / computer that is a stand a%one computer 2) / computer that is connected to the >nternet 3) / computer reser$ed for use )* the host 4) / %arge co%%ection of computers ") H*per%in46. / computer:s R ! is''''' 1) /. 1) 5/=>C %anguage 2) /ssem)%* %anguage 3) High %e$e% %anguage 4) C %anguage ") !achine %anguage 32. 3 1 : 4 1 2 0 1 6 4 7 2 0 6 2 1 1 : 4 6 3 5 4 : . 1) gathering 2) up%oading 3) inputting 4) outputting ") do0n%oading 42. 1) po0erpoint 2) in)o+ 3) sender 4) recei$er ") #one of these 33.hich of the fo%%o0ing refers to the process of a computer recei$ing information from a ser$er on the >nternet . . 3 1 2 0 2 : 4 : 7 2 .hi%e se%ecting mu%tip%e 0orsheets in 8+ce%9 the fo%%o0ing -e* must a%so )e used 0hen c%ic-ing the sheet ta)'''''' 1) =hift 2) /%t 3) Ctr% 4) >nsert ") 8sc 41.hich of the fo%%o0ing identifies a ce%% in 8+ce% .") PD/s 31.in a . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is n!t a term pertaining to 8mai% . / hard cop* of a document is''''''' 1) printed on the printer 2) stored on a f%opp* 3) stored on a CD 4) stored in the hard dis") scanned 44.hich of the fo%%o0ing is required to create an HT!.hich is not a )asic function of a computer . / 0ord processor 0ou%d )e used )est to''''' 1) paint a picture 2) dra0 a diagram 3) t*pe a stor* 4) 0or. .a*out ") >nsert and 5rea33. 1) )ro0ser 2) internet 3) te+t editor 4) search engine ") #one of these 3". Periphera% de$ices such as printers and monitor are considered to )e'''''' 1) data 2) soft0are 3) hard0are 4) information ") #one of these 34. 4 1 6 5 4 1 " 0 " : " 0 . 1) /ccept and process data 2) /ccept input 3) Process data 4) =tore data ") =can te+t 32. 2 1 4 : " 6 4 3 1 6 7 " 1 3 : 1 6 " 2 0 . The trans%ator program used in assem)%* %anguage is ca%%ed''''' 1) Comp%ier 2) /ssem)%er 3) >nterpreter 4) Trans%ator ") perating =*stem "7.hich %anguage is direct%* understood )* the computer 0ithout trans%ation program .ogging off 2) Co%d )ooting 3) =hut do0n 4) . . Restarting a computer that is a%read* on is referred to as''''' 1) . 3 1 1 0 4 : " 6 2 4 : 7 2 1 1 0 1 : 2 . 1) printer 2) monitor 3) scanner 4) centra% processing unit ") #one of these 43. RD document9 the fo%%o0ing options are used'''''' 1) >nsert and Cop* 2) >nsert and 8nter 3) >nsert and De%ete 4) >nsert and Page .out income and e+penses ") #one of these 44. This is the part of the computer s*stem that one cannot touch 1) Hard0are 2) Printer 3) !ouse 4) =canner ") =oft0are 36. / set of instructions te%%ing the computer 0hat to do is ca%%ed''' 1) mentor 2) instructor 3) compi%er 4) program ") #one of these /ns0ers 1 2 1 3 0 " 6 3 6 5 4 0 " 1 1 0 " 6 2 . 5 " 0 4 : 3 6 3 4 : 7 3 1 0 2 : 3 6 1 1 6 5 2 3 0 4 : " 6 2 0 . . The fi%es that is %in-ed 0ith an e& mai% and sent to the recei$er of the e&mai% is referred to as''''' 1) anne+ure 2) appendage 3) add&on 4) attachment ") artic%e 4". .

is $er* eas* use 2) The document can )e disp%a*ed )* a%% 0ord processors 3) The document can )e disp%a*ed )* a%% program 4) The document can )e disp%a*ed )* a%% )ro0sers ") #one of these 21. IBPS Bank C#erk C>E 811*10*04119 . /nother name for a pre& 4) %ogarithm&)ased programmed formu%a is 8+ce% is ") #one of these '''''' ''''''is the part of the 1) range 2) graph computer that does the 3) function 4) ce%% arithmetica% ca%cu%ations. T0o )asic t*pe of graphics used in . /. 13. 4.hat is the ad$antage of using )asic HT!. RD 2) Printer >nformation 3) !onitor 4) !ouse ") #one of these ") =canner 11. The feature that -eeps trac. >n sequence of e$ents that ta-es true a)out computer fi%es .of the right margin is''''''''' 1) find and rep%ace 2) 0ord0rap 3) right ?ustified 4) %eft ?ustified ") ragged right . 1) Print and Print Pre$ie0 2) Header and 1ooter 3) 1ind and Rep%ace 4) =pe%%ing and Frammar ") Cop* and Paste 27. To sa$e a documents for the 3) CPU 4) !emor* first tiem'''''''''option is ") Printer used 1) =a$e as 2) =a$e first 2) =a$e on 4) Cop* ") Paste 13.U 12. 1) HT!. To mo$e data from one part of 3) =upercomputer the document to another9 4) #ote)oo.U 0or-s on the instructions 1) hard dis2) f%ash dri$e and data he%d in the'''''''' 3) D@D 4) CD 1) #ote)oo2) Registers ") monitor 3) Cop* Pad 4) >C Choose the odd one out'''''' de$ices 1) !icro computer ") #one of these 2) !inicomputer 14.hich of the fo%%o0ing is not a ") Print Pre$ie0 storage medium .1. 3) Data 4) 1) . .hich of the fo%%o0ing functions is not performed )* the CPU . 3) Cut and De%ete 1) %ogic 4) Cop* and Undo 2) /=C>> ") Cut and >nsert 3) a%gorithm&)ased 1". 3. 3.ord Count 16.hich of the fo%%o0ing is not an 1) Hard0are 2) =oft0are e+amp%e of hard0are . .hich of the fo%%o0ing is not 6.hich of the fo%%o0ing is a chart represents on%* one $a%ue secondar* memor* de$ices .hat is a de$ice that can change image9 into codes for the computer. ". Periphera% de$ices such as 4) /%% fi%es contain data printers and p%otters are ") #one of these considered to )e''''''' . 4. 1) Le*)oard 2) Dis1) function 2) %ine 3) /. 1) Fraphica% Disp%a* Data 2) /rithmetic Ca%cu%ations 3) !anaging !emor* 4) !anaging >nput and utput ") #one of these 22. for each $aria)%e. .hich of the fo%%o0ing 8+ce% .U 4) !ouse 3) pie 4) )ar ") Printer 4) #one of these The resu%t of a formu%a in a ce%% 12. ") #one of these 1) = 2) /. 1) mouse 2) printer 3) ?o*stic4) -e*)oard ") scanner 14. User can use'''''''commands to search for and correct 0ords in a document. .computer fo%%o0ing is used'''''''' ") Digita% Computer 1) Cut and Paste The /. p%ace in an instruction c*c%e9 the 1) The* are co%%ections of data first c*c%e is'''''''' sa$ed to a storage medium 1) =tore c*c%e 2) 8$er* fi%e has a fi%ename 2) 8+ecute c*c%e 3) / fi%e e+tension is 3) 1etch c*c%e esta)%ished )* the user to 4) Decode c*c%e indicate the computer on 0hich ") Code c*c%e it 0as created 17. 2.U 2) Cop* and Paste performs'''operations. To see the document )efore the is the printout is ta-en9 use''''' 1) %a)e% 2) $a%ue 1) >nsert Ta)%e 3) range 2) Paste 4) disp%a*ed $a%ue 3) 1ormat Printer ") #one of these 4) Cut . 2.ord 2777 are 1) /utoshapes and C%ip/rt 2) Header and 1ooter 3) Dra0ing )?ects and Pictures 4) =pe%%ing and Frammar ") . to create a document.

hich part of the computer can disp%a*ed the user:s 0or.of the ne+t instruction to )e e+ecuted in ca%%ed a'''''''' 1) Data Register 2) >nstruction Register 3) /ction Register 4) Program Counter ") /ccumu%ator 33.ord9 the user has to se%ect Page =etup option from the''''''menu.=> ") .oca%&=ca%e >ntegration 47. / register that -eeps trac.o0&=ca%e integration 4) . 1) 8dit 2) Ta)%e 3) /utocorrect 4) 1i%e ") 1ormat 2".hich of the fo%%o0ing is an acti$e ce%% in 8+ce% .hich of the fo%%o0ing ?ustification a%ign the te+t on )oth the sides&%eft and right I of margin . . . AChoose the )est ans0ers) 1) Ro0s 2) Co%umns 3) Ce%%s 4) /%% of these ") #one of these 23. . 1) . .hich of eh fo%%o0ing t*pes of menu sho0s the further su)& choices 1) Re$erse 2) Temp%ate 3) =cro%%ed 4) Rapped .hich of the fo%%o0ing terms is not re%ated to >nternet . . .23. 1) Programma)%e Read& n%* !emor* 2) Progressi$e Read& n%* 3) Periodic Read& n%* !emor* 4) Perfect Read& n%* !emor* ") Program Read& n%* !emor* 32. To mo$e the te+t from its origina% position to another position 0ith out de%eting it is ca%%ed I 1) =cro%%ing 2) =earching 3) !o$ing 4) Cop*ing ") Ha%ting 41.=> 2) @.=> 2) U.hen a computer prints a report9 this output is ca%%ed'''''' 1) Program 2) =oft cop* 3) Hard cop* 4) 8+ecution ") #one of these 31. 1) .hat does an e%ectronic spreadsheet consist of . 1) $o%ati%e memor* 2) cache memor* 3) non$o%ati%e memor* 4) $irtua% memor* ") #one of these 24.arge&=ca%e >nternet 3) . / set of choice on the screen is ca%%ed aAn)''''' 1) menu 2) re$erse $ideo 3) action p%an 4) editor ") temp%ate 3". To specif* margins in .. 1) >nsert Ta)%e 2) /uto correct 3) Thesaurus 4) =pe%%ing and Frammar ") Header O 1ooter 26. 1) !ouse 2) Le*)oard 3) Dis. Le*)oard shortcuts are used to mo$e the''''''''''' 1) >&)eam 2) insertion point 3) scro%% )ar 4) mouse ") #one of these 24.hat is inc%ude in an e&mai% address. 1) Reach =ignature 2) Reach Te+t 3) Reach 1ormat 4) P%ain 1ormat ") P%ain Te+t 33.>= .hat is that secret code is ca%%ed 0hich prohi)its entr* into some programs . .hat is the name of the pac-age 0hich he%ps to create9 manipu%ate and ana%*(e data arranged in ro0s and co%umns . . 1) /pp%ication pac-age 2) . 1) /ccess code 2) Passport 3) 8ntr* Code 4) Pass0ord ") Le*)oard 44. .in2) 1unction Le* 3) 5ro0ser 4) =earch 8ngine ") H*per%in34.hich of the fo%%o0ing 0i%% )e used if a sander of e&mai% 0ants to )o%d9 ita%ics etc.=> 32.=> 4) D. 1) Current Ce%% 2) 1ormu%a 3) Range 4) Ce%% /ddress ") #one of these 42.arge&=ca%e >ntegration ") .o0&=ca%e >nternet 2) .hat is the fu%% from of PR ! . .ord processing pac-age 3) ut%ining pac-age 4) ut%ine processors ") =preadsheet pac-age 22. .. . . the ne+t message.hat is the fu%% from of . The processor is a'''''''chip p%ugged on to the mother)oard in a computer s*stem. 1) . R ! is an e+amp%e of 0hich of the fo%%o0ing . 1) Right 2) Gustif* 3) 5oth =ides 4) 5a%anced ") #one of these 36. . The microprocessor of a computer 1) does not understand machine %anguage 2) understands machine %anguage and high %e$e% %anguages 3) understands on%* machine %anguage 4) understands on%* high %e$e% %anguages ") understands on%* assem)%* %anguage 34.hich of the fo%%o0ing options is used to disp%a* information such as tit%e9 page num)er of the document .Dri$e 4) !onitor ") #one of these 37. 1) Domain #ame fo%%o0ed )* User:s #ame 2) User:s #ame fo%%o0ed )* Domain #ame 3) User:s #ame fo%%o0ed )* Posta% address 4) User:s #ame fo%%o0ed )* street address ") #one of these 43.

.hich of the fo%%o0ing operations is safe if an e&mai% from and un-no0n sender is recei$ed .hich of the fo%%o0ing hard0are is not a soft0are 1) 8+ce% 2) Printer&Dri$e 3) perating =*stem 4) Po0er point ") !ouse /ns0ers 1 3 1 1 0 3 6 4 6 5 4 0 1 1 3 0 " 6 1 .") Pu%%&Do0n 4". The other name of mother)oard is 1) !ouse 2) Computer )oard 3) =*stem De$ice 4) Centre 5oard ") =*stem 5oard 43. 1) #on&permanent 2) @o%ati%e 3) Temporar* 4) #on&$o%ati%e ") #one of these "7. . 1) =earching 2) Pasting 3) =cro%%ing 4) 8diting ") Cop*ing 44.hich t*pe of storage in hard disc. .hich of the fo%%o0ing characteristics is used comput d*namica%%* the resu%t from 8+ce% data. 1) Fotu 2) Ta)%e 3) Chart 4) Diagram ") 1ormu%a and 1unction 46. 5* 0hich of the fo%%o0ing an* part of a document can )e seen on the screen . 1) pen it to -no0 a)out the sender and ans0er it 2) De%ete after opening it 3) De%ete it 0ithout opening it 4) pen and tr* to -no0n 0ho is the sender ") #one of these 42. 3 1 : 2 1 1 0 4 6 2 7 2 0 6 2 1 " : 3 6 4 . .

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