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Word Processing Program
Open the "Control" panel, and choose the "Date and Time" from the File Menu.
Open "My Computer" and choose "Date and Time" from the File Menu.
Open the "Control" panel and either select the "Date, Time, Language and Regional" category, or double clock on the "Date and Time" icon.
None of the above.
The CPU verifies the hardware, loads the application programs, then loads the built-in instructions in ROM.
The CPU looks for and loads the operating system from disk, checks the hardware then loads the built-in instructions in ROM.
The CPU verifies the hardware, then loads the built-in instructions residing in ROM, which look for the Operating System on disk and loads it into RAM.
The CPU verifies the hardware, then loads the built-in instruction residing in ROM, which look for the OS in RAM and copy it to the disk.
An example of outputting is when the computer displays the contents of a document on the screen.
An example of inputting is typing information into a database program.
An example of processing is when the CPU calculates the result of a formula.
An example of outputting is clicking the mouse.
Word Processing program
Accounting for a small business
Airline ticket reservation
Engineering and scientific tasks
1 GHz Pentium CPU, 128 MB RAM, 20 GB Hard Drive
233 MHz Pentium CPU, 128 MB RAM, 100 MB Hard Drive
1 GHz Pentium CPU, 256 MB RAM, 200 MB Hard Drive
233 MHz Pentium CPU, 256 MB RAM, 16 GB Hard Drive
That the upgrades are sometimes duplicated on the user's computer resulting in problems and delays.
That it adds an additional cost burden to the company.
That the updates it provides are extremely slow.
That the upgrade files may contain a virus.
Both of Minimize button and Close button close the window.
The Maximum button will resize a window to its maximum size.
Double clicking on a Window 's Title Bar is another way to maximize and restore the window.
None of the above.
It' s another name for a flat panel monitor.
It 's the number of pixels used to display an image on the monitor.
It' s a device that transfer data from the computer to the mirror.
It's a device that connects the computer to the printer.
Click on the "Start" button, then click on the "Shut Down" button, and then select "Restart" from the drop-down list.
Open "My Computer" then choose "Restart" from the File Menu.
Push the "Power" button on your computer and release it quickly.
Open "My Computer" then choose "Restart" from the "Options" menu.
The Operating System
A database program
An accounting program
A spreadsheet program
Design and Coding
Getting input from the keyboard and mouse
Sending output to the monitor and printer
Calculating the result of a formula in a spreadsheet
Disk compression saves space on the disk, so you can fit more information on it.
Disk defragmentation rearranges the information on the disk, so that the CPU can access it faster.
Norton Utilities finds and destroys viruses that exist on your storage drives or e-mails.
PKZIP compresses files so that they occupy less space.
For dial-up connection, you usually need an Ethernet plug-in card.
You would need a 56k modem for a DSL internet connection.
To connect to a cable modem, you usually need an Ethernet plug-in card.
To connect to a cable modem, you usually need a dual-processor computer.
An IBM compatible desktop
A Macintosh desktop
An IBM compatible notebook
A flat panel monitor
Opening the folder.
Displaying the folder's properties.
Selecting the "Details" view.
Open the "Folder" lists.
The operating system is first notified that a key has been pressed and passes the information to the spreadsheet program.
The spreadsheet program is first notified has been pressed and passes the information to the the operating system.
The RAM is first notified that a key has been pressed and passes the information to the spreadsheet program.
The mouse s first notified that a key has been pressed and passes the information to the spreadsheet program.
RAM keeps the programs and data that the CPU need to work with.
RAM is made of microchips.
RAM keeps its contents when the computer is off.
RAM stands for Random Access Memory.
Is located in the "My Documents" folder.
Has the "Word Document" file type.
Cannot be modified.
Is a program file.
"Control C" and "Control V"
"Control C" and "Control P"
"Alt C" and "Alt V"
"Shift C" and "Shift V"
Faster floppy drive
A desktop computer with a 3 GHZ processor, 768 MB of RAM, and an 80 GB hard disk.
A desktop computer with a 1.5 GHZ processor, 256 MB of RAM, and an 30 GB hard disk.
A desktop computer with a 3 GHZ processor, 512 MB of RAM, and an 40 GB hard disk.
A desktop computer with a 1.5 GHZ processor, 512 MB of RAM, and an 30 GB hard disk.
Saves a file as a new file, leaving the original file untouched.
Saves a file as a new file, and deletes the original file.
Saves a file as a new file, and also saves the original files.
Saves a file as a new file, and renames the original files.
Voice recognition software
Large key keyboards
Large prints keyboards