Only A Genius Can Pass This Computer Trivia Quiz
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There is only one way according to me to define a genius, and that is someone who has all the correct facts on a subject. The test below is only one a genius can pass when it comes to computers. This is the final for Intro to Technology for Handley Middle School Students - Jan. 2011. Take it up and get to see how you would fair against the student in the school.
A keyboard, mouse and scanner are all examples of _____________ devices.
A __________ is useful, moving through menus and dialog boxes.
A printer is an example of a __________________ for displaying processed text.
The people who use a special technical language to write instructions for computer processing are called _________________.
The leading operation systems today are Microsoft Windows and _____________________.
How may bites are in a bytes?
Both _______________ and mainframes are made for storing and working with huge amounts of data.
What would you most likely use a microphone to input?
What kind of machine is more powerful than a server?
________ Software allows people to scan text instead of rekeying.
HDTV stands for _______________________________________________.
1. RAM stands for _________________________
ROM stands for ___________________________
Which memory is used when a computer boots up?______________________
When you boot up a computer – what are you doing? ________________________
MIDI is what type of software allows the computer to create music.
The uniform resource locator or the address of a web site is known as its:
If you are going to a site you use often, instead of having to type in the address every time, you should:
A non-profit organization would include which of these in its domain name?
An educational institution would include which of these in its domain name?