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. Who invented EDSAC?


2. The Second Generation Computer was based on ________.


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


4. Apple company used chips from ______ for its computers


5. Tape speed is measured in


6. In what respect computers are superior to human beings?


7. The act of retrieving existing data from memory is called


8. A computer which CPU speed around 100 million instruction per second and with the word length of around 64 bits is known as


9. Once you load the suitable program and provide required data, computer does not need human intervention. This feature is known as


10. Which of the following memory medium is not used as main memory system?


11. The computer code for the interchange of information between terminals is


12. Who is the inventor of ABC Computer?


13. Which is considered a direct entry input device?


14. Which of the following computer implemented binary numbers, perform calculations using electronics and implemented separate computation and memory for the first time?


15. Most of the first generation computers were


16. Which of the following is called low level languages?


17. VGA is


18. A disadvantage of the laser printer is


19. A Compiler is ____


20. The actual execution of instructions happens in




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