JumpStart – Computer Systems Skills Check 1
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The acronym CLI stands for ___________.
Which of the following is the primary file system used on modern versions of the Microsoft Windows Operating System?
The Linux OS reserves drive letters A and B for floppy disk drives.
The acronym GUI stands for __________.
Which of the following is the directory in Linux operating systems where optional, third party software packages can be installed?
Microsoft Word is an example of which type of software?
Is the device pictured below considered an Input/Output device, Input device, Output device, or None of the above?
Using the internet, research the following: What command can you use in the Windows CLI to display the contents of a text file? (Choose 2)
What does the term CPU stand for?
What does the acronym KVM stand for?
Corel WinZip® is an example of what type of software?
Which of the following is an example of an output device?
What is the most important role of the BIOS?
Which of the following operating systems utilize a Monolithic Kernel Infrastructure?
_______ is what the BIOS loads on a computer after POST when the device is powered on.
You purchased a new drawing tablet with a stylus to assist in making graphics on your computer. The device came with instructions to download and install a file from the manufacturer’s website to allow the device to operate. What type of software is this?
Which of the following is displayed in the picture below?
In the Windows command line, what do you type after a command to display the help details of the command?
Using the internet, research the following: What command can you use to create a file in the Windows Command Line? (Choose 2)
Where is the BIOS usually stored?