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Important Objective Type Questions 51-100

  1. (70)10 = (1000110). [ divide 70 by 2 repeatedly until quotient is zero, write down remainders from bottom to top.]
  2. NTFS is abbreviation for new technology file system     .
  3. USB stands for Universal serial Bus.
  4. AGP stands for Accelerated graphical port.
  5. Roman number system is an example of non-positional number system.
  6. PPP stands for point-to-point protocol.
  7. SCSI is pronounced as Small computer system interface.
  8. MS Excel is an example of Applications software.
  9. Windows is an example of          system           software.
  10. WAN as a network stands for    wide area network.
  11. DNS stands for Domain name server.
  12. CPS stands for   Character per second.
  13. BIOS stands for   Basic input-output system.
  14. LCD stands for Liquid crystal display     .
  15. POST stands for   ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_Power  ON Self Test
  16. How many rows are in MS Excel _65536.
  17. Modem stands for Modulator and demodulator.
  18. CPM stands for Character per minute
  19. ENIAC stands for Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator.
  20. EDVAC stands for Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic calculator.
  21. UNIVAC Stands for Universal Automatic Computer.
  22. IBM stands for International Business Machines.
  23. A Hybrid computer is a combination of both analog and digital computer.
  24. Speedo meter is an example of analog computer.
  25. Micro computer or personal computer was introduced in 1970.
  26. PDA stands for Personal Digital Assistant.
  27. Super computer is used for weather prediction.
  28. Abacus was first computing device developed 5000 years ago.
  29. Mouse and keyboard are input devices.
  30. Monitor and Printer are two output devices.
  31. PROM stands for Programmable Read only Memory
  32. EPROM stands for Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory.
  33. EEPROM stands for Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory.
  34. SRAM stands for Static Random Access Memory.
  35. DRAM stands for Dynamic Random Access Memory.
  36. Names of two search engines are Google and Yahoo.
  37. CMOS stands for Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor .
  38. BIOS stands for Basic Input Output System.
  39. RPM stands for Rotations Per Minute.
  40. The number of bytes inside a sector is fixed, it is always 512 bytes.
  41. CD-ROM stands for Compact Disk Read Only memory.
  42. CD-R stands for Compact Disk Recordable.
  43. CD-RW stands for Compact disk Rewritable.
  44. WORM stands for Write Once Read Many.
  45. DVD stands for Digital Video Disk.
  46. DVD-ROM stands for Digital video disk Read only memory.
  47. DVD-R stands for Digital video disk recordable.
  48. DVD-RW stands for Digital Video disk Rewritable.
  49. USB stands for Universal Serial Bus.
  50. CF stands for Compact flash card.
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