- What happens when you boot up a PC? Portions of the operating system are copied from disk into memoryPortions of the operating system are copied from memory onto diskPortions of the operating system are compiledPortions of the operating system are emulatedNone of theseOption A
when you boot up a PC Portions of the operating system are copied from disk into memory.
- Who invented the QWERTY keyboard? Carl SholesKarl SholesKhristopher SholesChristopher Latham SholesNone of theseOption D
Christopher Latham Sholes invented the keyboard in 1868.
- A __________ is a collection of interrelated data stored together to serve multiple applications? DBMSDatabaseData sharingControlled DataNone of theseOption B
- The icons on the __________ are organized according to function and according to the most commonly used commands in MSWord. GUIIcon layoutToolbarsWindowsNone of theseOption C
The icons on the toolbars are organized according to function and according to the most commonly used commands in MSWord. The toolbar that usually appears directly below the menu bar is called the Standard Toolbar. The toolbar just below that is called the Formatting Toolbar.
- Which PowerPoint view displays each slide of the presentation as a thumbnail and is useful for rearranging slides? Slide SorterSlide ShowSlide MasterNotes PageSlide DesignOption A
- Which protocol does DHCP use at the Transport layer? IPTCPUDPARPNone of theseOption C
User Datagram Protocol is a connection network service at the Transport layer, and DHCP uses this connectionless service.
- The data type unsigned long, long and float has _____ bits? 48163264Option D
- Which of the following memory buffer is used to accommodate a speed differential? RAMROMCDCacheSSDOption D
- Each IP packet must contain a_____? Source AddressDestination AddressBlogsPagesBoth A and BOption E
For an IP to be send and received it is essential that it contains both the Source and the destination address or else it will not know where to be send and by whom to be received.
- Which form of graphics means your graphic images won’t pixelate when you increase the image size? JPGAVGMPGNPGSVGOption E
scalable vector graphics