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

Attempt all of the following questions

1. Which of the following is true?


2. Which of the following processors use RISC technology?


3. Which of the following is correct full form of BCD?


4. Nepal brought a computer for census of 2028 BS. This computer was of


5. Which of the following is the largest unit?


6. The first Macintosh computer was from


7. One of the popular mass storage devices is CD ROM. What does CD ROM stand for?


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


9. First generation computers used _________ for memory


10. Which of the following is problem oriented language?


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


12. Which of the following printers are you sure will not to use if your objective is to print on multi carbon forms?


13. When was the first electro-mechanical computer developed?


14. Which computers used operating systems by Microsoft?


15. Who invented the microprocessor?


16. Chief component of first generation computer was


17. To produce high quality graphics (hardcopy) in color, you would want to use a/n


18. What is the name of the display feature that highlights are of the screen which requires operator attention?


19. Which of the following is not a class based on size?


20. Hard disk is coated in both sides with




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