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Computer Quiz for SBI, IBPS and Other Exams (Set-25)

Published on Thursday, July 07, 2016
1. A popular way to learn through computers without ever going to a classroom is called
a) i-learning
b) isolated learning
c) e-learning
d) close learning
e) None of these

2. The _______________ settings are automatic and standard.
a) default
b) CPU
c) peripheral
d) user-friendly
e) None of these 

3. The life span of a CD-ROM is
a) approximately one year
b) approximately two years
c) approximately five years
d) approximately twenty-five years
e) None of these 

4. The physical components of a computer system is called
a) Software
b) Hardware
c) ALU
d) Control Unit
e) None of these 

5. A device that is connected to the motherboard is called
a) an external device
b) an adjunct device
c) a peripheral device
d) a ribbon cable
e) None of these 

6. The output which is made up of pictures, sounds, and video is called
a) COM
b) hard copy
c) graphics
d) multimedia
e) None of these 

7. The first step in the transaction processing cycle is
a) database operations
b) audit
c) data entry
d) user inquiry
e) None of these 

8. In Oracle, what is the default number of transactions that MAXTRANS is set to if not specified?
a) 512
b) 10
c) 40
d) 255
e) None of these 

9. A typical slide in a slide presentation would not include
a) photo images, charts and graphs
b) graphs and clip art
c) clip art and audio clips
d) content templates
e) None of these 

10. By default, your documents print in ______________ mode.
a) Landscape
b) portrait
c) page setup
d) print view
e) None of these


1. c) e-learning
2. a) default
3. c) approximately five years
4. b) Hardware
5. c) a peripheral device
6. d) multimedia
7. c) data entry
8. a) 512
9. d) content templates
10. b) portrait

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