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Information Technology Quiz

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Information Technology Quiz

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#1. Which one is a volatile memory in computer system?

#2. Who put the "@" sign to email addresses?

#3. Which of the following is NOT an anti-virus software?

Maxthon is a browser.

#4. How many users can access a shared folder simultaneously in a Windows 7 machine?

#5. 1 TB (terabyte) is equal to

#6. Which key combination is used to minimize all open windows on the screen?

#7. Which of the following is considered as the first search engine on the Internet?

#8. .xlsx has been the default extension for spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel since

#9. What is nomophobia?

#10. This butler is associated with a search engine called Ask. What's his name?

#11. Total number of function keys in a computer keyboard are

#12. Intranet is

#13. PARAM 8000 is India’s first Super Computer. When was it developed?

Param 8000 is a series of gigaflop supercomputers that was designed and assembled by Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) in Pune.

#14. What is a malware?

#15. How much will Facebook pay you if you find a bug in their code?

#16. What language is most used on the internet?

#17. Which among the following is NOT an operating system

#18. Which of the following is a programming language?

#19. Which of the following is the first web browser invented in 1990?

The WorldWideWeb (not to be confused with the World Wide Web) was the first browser ever created by W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee, then renamed Nexus to differentiate from the actual World Wide Web.

#20. What is the shortcut key for making text bold?

#21. Larry Page and Sergey Brin are the founders of Google. What did they initially call their search engine?

They developed a page ranking technology based on backlinks. So they called their search engine BackRub.

#22. Mac Operating System is developed by which company

#23. In May 2000 this worm, which shares a name with a Disney film, spread through e-mail. What was one of its names?

#24. What was the first computer virus called?

Bob Thomas, who wrote Creepers, just wanted to create an experimental, self-duplicating program to illustrate that it could be done. It made it appearance in 1971 and baffled the computer scientists at ARPANET (an experimental network which would eventually give rise to the internet) when this phrase was displayed on their teletype computer screens: “I’m the creeper, catch me if you can!”

#25. .png is an extension of



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