Computer Fundamentals Quiz

Online MCQ Test for Computer Fundamentals 

Topic: Fundamentals of Computers
Type: MCQ Questions
No of questions: 20
Options: 4 for each question
Correct Answers: 1 for each question

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1. Which of the following is a way to access secondary memory?


2. The Third Generation Computer was made with ________.


3. What is the path from which data flow in a computer system is known as


4. The earliest calculating devices are


5. A/n _____ Device is any device that provides information, which is sent to the CPU


6. Which characteristic of computer distinguishes it from electronic calculators?




8. The two major types of computer chips are


9. A set of flip flops integrated together is called ____


10. In a punched card system, data is processed by a


11. Which is the type of memory for information that does not change on your computer?


12. A 32 bit microprocessor has the word length equal to


13. For which of the following computers can’t be used?


14. What type of memory is not directly addressable by the CPU and requires special softw3are called EMS (expanded memory specification)?


15. What is a brand?


16. Time during which a job is processed by the computer is


17. The first machine to successfully perform a long series of arithmetic and logical operations was:


18. A typical personal computer used for business purposes would have__ of RAM.


19. Which of the following is the largest unit?


20. Algorithm and Flow chart help us to




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