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1 How Much Do I Remember? Are you ready to play.....

2 D: Silicon Chip A: Storage Device C: Peripheral Device B: Output Device 1. A mechanical apparatus that records data to and retrieves data from a storage medium.

3 D: Silicon Chip A: Storage Device C: Peripheral Device B: Output Device 1. A mechanical apparatus that records data to and retrieves data from a storage medium.

4 D: Macro Virus A: File Virus C: worm B: Trojan Horse 2. A virus designed to spread from computer to computer usually through

5 D: Macro Virus A: File Virus C: worm B: Trojan Horse 2. A virus designed to spread from computer to computer usually through

6 D: Server A: GUI C: LAN B: WAN 3. An interconnected group of computers that covers a large geographical area.

7 D: Server A: GUI C: LAN B: WAN 3. An interconnected group of computers that covers a large geographical area.

8 D: Platform A: Software C: Applications B: Hardware 4. Intangible set of instructions that tell the computer what to do.

9 D: Platform A: Software C: Applications B: Hardware 4. Intangible set of instructions that tell the computer what to do.

10 D: Peripheral Device A: Platform C: Program B: GUI 5. A component or equipment that expands a computer’s capabilities.

11 D: Peripheral Device A: Platform C: Program B: GUI 5. A component or equipment that expands a computer’s capabilities.

12 D: Platform A: Hardware C: Peripheral Device B: Software 6. The underlying hardware and software of the computer system (PC or Mac)

13 D: Platform A: Hardware C: Peripheral Device B: Software 6. The underlying hardware and software of the computer system (PC or Mac)

14 D: Server A: Internet C: LAN B: WAN 7. An interconnected group of computers and peripherals located within a limited area.

15 D: Server A: Internet C: LAN B: WAN 7. An interconnected group of computers and peripherals located within a limited area.

16 D: Circuits A: GUI C: Platform B: CPU 8. Brains of the computer.

17 D: Circuits A: GUI C: Platform B: CPU 8. Brains of the computer.

18 D: Storage Device A: Magnetic Storage C: Optical Storage B: Input Device 9. Stores data by magnetizing microscopic particles on the disk or tape surface.

19 D: Storage Device A: Magnetic Storage C: Optical Storage B: Input Device 9. Stores data by magnetizing microscopic particles on the disk or tape surface.

20 D: Time bomb A: Attachment C: Worm B: File Virus 10. Attaches to an application program, such as a game.

21 D: Time bomb A: Attachment C: Worm B: File Virus 10. Attaches to an application program, such as a game.

22 D: Platform A: Application C: Program B: Hardware 11. A type of software that helps you perform a specific task such as word processing.

23 D: Platform A: Application C: Program B: Hardware 11. A type of software that helps you perform a specific task such as word processing.

24 D: Mainframe A: Mega computer C: Supercomputer B: Pentium 12. The fastest and most expensive type of computer.

25 D: Mainframe A: Mega computer C: Supercomputer B: Pentium 12. The fastest and most expensive type of computer.

26 D: system software A: application software C: hardware B: programs 13. Computer programs that help the computer carry out essential operating tasks.

27 D: system software A: application software C: hardware B: programs 13. Computer programs that help the computer carry out essential operating tasks.

28 D: T erabyte A: Kilobyte C: Megabyte B: Gigabyte 14. Approximately 1 billion bytes.

29 D: T erabyte A: Kilobyte C: Megabyte B: Gigabyte 14. Approximately 1 billion bytes.

30 D: menus A: pixels C: icons B: GUI 15. Point and click menu options.

31 D: menus A: pixels C: icons B: GUI 15. Point and click menu options.

32 D: supercomputer A: personal computer C: laptop B: handheld 16. A microcomputer designed for use by an individual.

33 D: supercomputer A: personal computer C: laptop B: handheld 16. A microcomputer designed for use by an individual.

34 D: formatting A: multitasking C: boot process B: warming up 17. The sequence of events that occurs within a computer system when the user starts the computer.

35 D: formatting A: multitasking C: boot process B: warming up 17. The sequence of events that occurs within a computer system when the user starts the computer.

36 D: program A: software C: hardware B: peripheral 18. Tangible, physical equipment that can be touched.

37 D: program A: software C: hardware B: peripheral 18. Tangible, physical equipment that can be touched.

38 D: workstation A: mega computer C: mainframe B: super computer 19. A large, fast, and expensive computer generally used by businesses or government agencies..

39 D: workstation A: mega computer C: mainframe B: super computer 19. A large, fast, and expensive computer generally used by businesses or government agencies..

40 D: byte A: bit C: kilobyte B: terabyte 20. Eight bits of information.

41 D: byte A: bit C: kilobyte B: terabyte 20. Eight bits of information.

42 D: peripheral devices A: input devices C: storage devices B: output devices 21. Printers and monitors are types of.

43 D: peripheral devices A: input devices C: storage devices B: output devices 21. Printers and monitors are types of.

44 D: hard disks A: CDs C: floppy disks B: zip disks 22. Optical storage is used to store data on.

45 D: hard disks A: CDs C: floppy disks B: zip disks 22. Optical storage is used to store data on.

46 D: RAM A: CPU C: ROM B: DVD 23. Computer’s memory that stores data and instructions but is lost when power is turned off.

47 D: RAM A: CPU C: ROM B: DVD 23. Computer’s memory that stores data and instructions but is lost when power is turned off.

48 D: RAM A: CPU C: ROM B: DVD 24. Computer’s memory that stores permanent instructions needed for computer operations.

49 D: RAM A: CPU C: ROM B: DVD 24. Computer’s memory that stores permanent instructions needed for computer operations.

50 D: desktops A: menus C: icons B: folders 25. To keep your files organized, you create.

51 D: desktops A: menus C: icons B: folders 25. To keep your files organized, you create.

52 Answers The End


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