Session 6.1 1. The Registry is a system database that consists of a set of files where Windows 2000 stores your computer's hardware, software, and security settings as well as user settings or profiles, and property settings for folders and programs.
Session 5.1 1. False. You can remove the root directory with the Remove Directory command. 2. True. You should not remove or rename directories that contain installed software. 3. To limit a directory listing to just the names of subdirectories, you
Session 4.1 1. The root directory is the first directory created on a disk by an operating system or formatting utility. 2. A subdirectory is a directory that is subordinate to, and contained within, another directory. 3. The full path is a notation
Session 3.1 1. An ASCII file is a simple file format in which data is stored as text. 2. The last character is an ASCII text file is a special type of code an end-of-file code. 3. To send output to another device other than the standard output devic
Session 2.1 1. Windows 2000 keeps track of the last 50 commands you enter at the command prompt in an area of memory known as the command history. 2. To alternate between inserting and replacing text as you type, use the insert key. 3. If you do not