BCIS4 - 1. When one buys an operating system like WinXP,...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. When one buys an operating system like WinXP, you are actually buying a software (License) 2. ___ software is processed on client computers. (Client application programs) 3. The ___ system manages the computers resources. (operating) 4. A loosely coupled group of volunteer programmers that contribute code to develop and maintain software are called___. (The open source community) 5. Volatile memory ___ data when the power is turned off. (loses) 6. Linux is an example of: (Open source software) 7. Which device listed below is not an example of an input hardware device? (Printer) 8. If your computer is slow in loading large image files, it is likely that you need to upgrade the computers: (main memory) 9. ___is designed to increase the overall throughput of the CPU. (Cache memory) 10. A spreadsheet program would be an example of: (Horizontal market software) 11. To keep from getting a virus on your computer, be sure to never download files, programs, or attachments from ___ Web sites. (Unknown) 12. The Apple operating system is called ___. (Mac OS) 13. One ___ is equivalent to 1024 GB. (Terabyte)13....
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This note was uploaded on 10/31/2010 for the course COMPUTER S BCIS1305 . taught by Professor Janoel during the Spring '10 term at North Central Texas College.

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BCIS4 - 1. When one buys an operating system like WinXP,...

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