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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Possible Questions from Computer Concepts

Q. "STORED PROGRAM CONCEPT " Postulated By
a. Richard Stalman
b. Henry Dunant
c. Pascal
d. John von neumann

Q? : Founder of the social networking website 'Facebook' 
a. Mark Elliot Zuckerberg
b. Henry Dunant
c. Pascal
d. John von neumann

9. Special programs which wrote for understanding the operation of the device it interfaces to, such as a printer, video card, sound card or CD ROM drive. 
(a) Operating System 
(b) Software 
(c) Firmware 
(d) Driver


Q? Name associated with Open Source Program 
a. Pascal
b. Henry Dunant
c. Richard Stalman
d. John von neumann

Q? An internet protocol that allows quick file tarns-mission to remote computers is know as: 
(a) HTTP 
(b) FI'P 
(c) TCP/IP 
(d) ISP


Q. Protocol used to temporarily store new messages in your mailbox on an e-mail server is known as: 
(a) POP 
(b) SMTP
(c) TCP/IP 
(d) FTP 

Q. Company which maintains internet computers and telecommunications equipment in order to provide internet access to businesses, organisaations and individuals is called: 
(a) Internet Service Agency 
(b) ICAAN 
(c) Internet Service Provider 
(d) Web Hosting 

Q.The device that protects all computers in the net-work from many attacks is called: 
(a) Router 
(b) Access Point 
(c) Anti Virus Software 
(d) Firewall 



Q. Free telephone-style conversations to travel over the internet to virtually anywhere in the world is known as: 
(a) Teleconference 
(b) Videoconference 
(c) Internet Telephony 
(d) Internet broadcasting


Q. The main routes that data travels over the interrnet is called: 
(a) Internet backbone 
(b) Firewall 
(c) Internet Router 
(d) Silicon Valley 

Q.An IT term refers to allowing someone to open web pages and see web sites on the internet. 
(a) Hacking 
(b) Cracking 
(c) Web Caching 
(d) Web Surfing


Q. 1,024 gigabytes is equal to: 
(a) 1 kilobytes 
(b) 1 megabyte 
(c) 1 yottabyte 
(d) 1 terabyte 

Q. This type of memory would not lose its data when the computer lost power thus ensuring BIOS programs would always be available. What type of memory is referring here? 
(a) ROM 
(b) RAM 
(c) Primary Memory 
(d) Secondary Memory