Lesson 1-4 Knowledge Assessment

Lesson 1-4 Knowledge Assessment - Lesson 1 Introducing...

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Lesson 1 Lesson 1 Introducing Windows 7 Knowledge Assessment Fill in the Blank Complete the following sentences by writing the correct word or words in the blanks provided. 1. The general public in the United States will be able to purchase all of the Windows 7 editions in retail stores except __________, __________, and __________. Starter, Home Basic, and Enterprise 2. The core module that provides all the Windows 7 capability that isn’t language- or edition-specific is called __________. MinWin 3. When you copy a file to a library, Windows Explorer writes the file to the folder designated as the __________. save location 4. To use federated search, you must download or create XML files for specific sites called __________. search connectors 5. The only operating system edition that you can upgrade in-place to Windows 7 Professional is __________. Windows Vista Business 6. Upgrading a computer running Windows 7 Starter to Windows 7 Ultimate using Windows Anytime Upgrade requires __________ megabytes of additional hard disk space. zero 7. To migrate a computer running Windows XP to Windows 7, you can use a utility called __________. User State Migration Tool 8. The new Windows 7 feature that renders all of the windows on the desktop transparent when you mouse over the right end of the taskbar is called __________. Aero Peek 9. The Windows 7 __________ edition is only available in a 32-bit version. Starter 10. The maximum amount of system memory supported by Windows 7 Enterprise is __________. 192 gigabytes
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True / False Circle T if the statement is true or F if the statement is false. T F 1. Windows 7’s ReadyBoost feature requires a USB flash drive. False. ReadyBoost can use a USB flash drive or an SD memory card. T F 2. 1 GB of system memory is sufficient to run any Windows 7 edition. False. The 64-bit versions of Windows 7 require 2 GB of memory. T F 3. The Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor application only runs on Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP SP2. True. T F 4. Only the Professional and Ultimate editions of Windows 7 are capable of joining an AD DS domain. False. The Enterprise edition can join a domain as well. T F 5. DirectAccess, BranchCache, and BitLocker are only included with Enterprise and Ultimate editions of Windows 7. True. T F 6. All of the Windows 7 editions can run on a 64-bit computing platform. False. Windows 7 Starter edition only runs on the 32-bit platform. T F 7. A computer with an inadequate graphics adapter is unlikely to be able to run Windows Aero. True. T F 8. All of the Windows 7 editions have full Homegroup networking support. False. Windows 7 Starter edition and Home Basic edition do not have full Homegroup networking support. T F 9. The Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate editions both contain the same features. True. T F 10. You can upgrade Windows 7 Starter edition to any other edition using Windows Anytime Upgrade. False. You can only upgrade Windows 7 Starter to retail editions, such as Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate.
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