A word processor is best described as which type of operating system element

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Question 23 (1 point)A word processor is best described as which type of operating system element? Question 23 options:application programming interface
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resource managerapplication softwarebasic input/output system Save Question 24 (1 point)Which OS is commonly used as both a desktop OS and for multiuser server applications? Save Question 25 (1 point)You want to implement a system that hosts scalable Web-based applications accessible through a Web browser. This system should be available only to your company but the resources should be made available through a third-party. What type of system should you use? Save Chapter 02 Question 26 (1 point)
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The first true 32-bit operating system developed by Microsoft was Windows 3.1. Save Question 27 (1 point)Windows 95 used cooperative multitasking for 16-bit applications and preemptive multitasking for 32-bit applications. Question 27 options:TrueFalse Save Question 28 (1 point)Windows 98 was the first Windows OS to use the Kerberos security system. Save Question 29 (1 point)The advanced firewall in Windows Vista monitors incoming communications only. Save Question 30 (1 point)
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Mac OS X allows multiple users to access the OS in their own workspaces. Save Question 31 (1 point)Which of the following OSs was the first to offer true 32-bit functionality? Question 31 options:MS-DOSWindows 3.1Windows 95Windows 98 Save Question 32 (1 point)If you suspect that a Windows problem is related to the database that stores hardware and software configuration information, which Windows component should you investigate? Save Question 33 (1 point)Which of the following features differentiated Windows NT from Windows 95/98?
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Save Question 34 (1 point)Which of the following is NOT a feature of the Windows NT security model? Save
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