In this ICDL exam questions and answers quiz, you'll be tested for your knowledge of the module's teachings and if you're prepared for the certification! The International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL) is widely considered to be the highest certificate a person can receive for their skills in computing. So, if are ready for this exam, we expect you will be equally excited to take this quiz? If you are, then don't wait any further. Let's get started with the questions and answers.
For working remotely
For storing vast amounts of data
Used for entering contact details only
In a permanent position in an office
Physical components that you can see and touch
Programs stored on the computer
The Operating System
Prepares the disk for storing data
Backs up files on the disk
Copies data from the disk
Scans the disk for threats
Performing mail merge procedures
Managing files and folders
Creating leaflets and posters
An internal device
An internal drive
Connect the keyboard to another computer to check for errors
Change the monitor
Disconnect the keyboard and use the mouse
Change the keyboard language
Files can be shared.
Printers can be shared.
Disruption to work can occur if network errors cause shared drives to become inaccessible.
They are more secure due to security restrictions.
Manage un-responsive programs
Manage Start-up options
Manage the CPU
Regional Government offices
Business administration offices
Working in a busy office environment
Less commuting and travel costs
Lots of distraction
Face-to-face contact with customers and colleagues
Cash point machines
Access to the operating system
Access to an Intranet
Access to the Internet
Access to an Extranet
Help the environment by reducing paper wastage.
Should always be printed.
Are documents that have been printed and distributed.
None of the above
ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office)
RDA (Regional Development Agencies)
BCS (British Computer Society)
HSE (Health and Safety Executive)
More than one computer
Been ergonomically designed
To protect against loss of data in case of fire or theft
To prevent access to sensitive data
To reduce the risk of viruses
Because you can fit more data onto a removable storage device
Because they enable any user to access all of the drives
Because they prevent access to sensitive data by unauthorized personnel
Because they reduce the risk of viruses on the system
Because they provide authorized staff access to the building
Installed more than once
Used only once a virus has spread
Backed up on a removable storage device
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