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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Important Objective Type Questions 101-155

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  1. MMC stands for multimedia card.
  2. SD stands for secure digital card.
  3. System Bus  is used to connect main components of a computer such as cpu and main memory.
  4. A Port is an interface or a point of attachments.
  5. POS stands for Point Of Sale terminal.
  6. ATM stands for Automated Teller Machine.
  7. PIN stands for Personal identification number.
  8. Kbps stands for kilobits per second.
  9. Mbps stands for megabits per second.
  10. A port that transmits one bit at a time is called Serial Port.
  11. A type of port that transmits many bits at a time is called Parallel Port.
  12. LPT stands for Line Printer.
  13. Examples of system software are Operating System, Utility Programs and Device Drivers.
  14. Examples of operating systems are DOS, Windows, Unix and Linux.
  15. Examples of Utility programs are File Manager, Image Viewer, Disk Scanner and File Compressor.
  16. Software used to detect and remove viruses is called Antivirus.
  17. Examples of antivirus programs are Mcaffee, Avast, Symantec, Norton, AVG and Avira antivirus.
  18. Name of two free antivirus programs are Avast and Avira.
  19. Instructions of Machine language are written in binary form.
  20. Assembly language is a low level language.
  21. Names of high level languages are C, C++, Java, BASIC and COBOL.
  22. SQL stands for structured query language.
  23. A Compiler translates the instructions of high level language into machine language as a whole.
  24. A program written in high level language is called source code.
  25. A program in machine language is called object program or object code.
  26. Every computer that is a part of a network is called a terminal or node.
  27. A server computer works a s a central computer in a network.
  28. The main types of computer network are: LAN, MAN and WAN.
  29. HUB is also called concentrator.
  30. HUB is also called multistation access unit  or MAU.
  31. NIC stands for Network Interface Card.
  32. Network interface card is also called a LAN CARD or LAN adapter.
  33. Names of three network topologies are Star, Tree and BUS.
  34. In a mesh topology, every device is connected directly to all other devices in network.
  35. In Simplex mode, data can flow only in one direction.
  36. In Half-duplex Mode data can flow in both direction but not at the same time.
  37. In full duplex mode data can flow in both directions at the same time.
  38. Modem is a device that converts digital signals into analog and analog signals into digital.
  39. Modulation is the process of converting digital signal into analog signal.
  40. Demodulation is the process of converting analog signal into digital signal.
  41. Data is the collection of raw facts and figures.
  42. Processed data is called information.
  43. GUI stands for graphical user interface.
  44. Loading and executing multiple programs at the same time is called Multitasking.
  45. Supporting the use of multiple processors is called Multiprocessing.
  46. ARPANET stands for Advance Research Project Agency.
  47. PROTOCOL is the collection of rules.
  48. DARPA stands for Defense Advance Research Project Agency.
  49. DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line.
  50. ISDN stands for Integrated Services digital network.
  51. IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat.
  52. IM stands for instant messaging.
  53. Domain name is the unique name given to a website.
  54. If different parts of same image are linked with different web pages, it is called image map.
  55. A web server is a computer that is used to store information for users on the internet.

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objective type questions 1-50


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Objective Type Questions 51-100


3. Important
Objective Type Questions 101-155

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