MCQs on Fundamentals of Computers - 23

1. The primary function of the ............ is to set up the hardware and load and start an
operating system

(a) System Programs 
(b) Memory
(c) CP 
(d) BIOS 



2. What kind of memory is both static and non -volatile?

(a) RAM 
(b) ROM 
(c) BIOS 
(d) CACHE



3. .......... is computer software designed to operate the computer hardware and to provide platform for running application software

(a) Application software 
(b) System software
(c) Software 
(d) Operating system



4. The ......... is the amount of data that a storage device can move from the storage
medium to the Computer per second

(a) data migration rate 
(b) data digitizing rate
(c) data transfer rate 
(d) data access rate



5. A device, which is not connected to CPU, is called as .......

(a) land-line device 
(b) On-line device
(c) Off-line device 
(d) Device



6. What is the other name for programmed chip?

(a) RAM 
(b) ROM 
(c) LSIC 
(d) PROM



7. On-line real time systems become popular in ........... generation

(a) First Generation 
(b) Second Generation
(c) Third Generation 
(d) Fourth Generation



8. You use a(n) ....., such as a keyboard or mouse, to input information

(a) output device
(b) input device
(c) storage device 
(d) processing device



9. ............. is the ability of a device to "jump" directly to the requested data

(a) Sequential access 
(b) Random access
(c) Quick access 
(d) All of the above


10. ............. provides process and memory management services that allow two or more tasks, jobs, or programs to run simultaneously

(a) Multitasking 
(b) Multithreading
(c) Multiprocessing 
(d) Multicomputing




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