Computer Maintenance Questions:

Windows:

Carefully choose the "most correct" answer, if there appears to be more than one !

* The settings to customize the Keyboard speed & delay would be found in the

  1. WIN.INI
  2. SYSTEM.INI
  3. PROGMAN.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* The settings to customize the Printer driver description and port description would be found in

  1. WIN.INI
  2. SYSTEM.INI
  3. PROGMAN.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* The control and arrangement of "Program Groups" would be found in

  1. WIN.INI
  2. SYSTEM.INI
  3. PROGMAN.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* The term "DLL"

  1. Is an acronym, standing for "Dynamic Link Libraries"
  2. Stands for "Diagnostic Linking Loader"
  3. Refers to the usage of "DOS LOADER/LINKER", that occurs during Windows loading.

* Printer Drivers

  1. Are automatically incorporated from those in DOS
  2. Require a separate installation for Windows, from those in DOS, to work correctly in all modes.

* Windows Installation

  1. Takes up less room on the hard drive if installed locally
  2. Is faster than when shared under a File Server
  3. Is more difficult to install locally than under a File Server
  4. Cannot be installed locally if the system is connected to a File Server

* The term "OLE"

  1. Refers to embedding objects into a document
  2. Can only be linked into non-document files
  3. Only refers to non-visual "iconic" representations
  4. Cannot be accomplished by drag-and-drop from the File Manager

* The construction of the bit-mapped imaging on the Windows Screens are known as

  1. .BMP files
  2. .PIF files
  3. .WAV files
  4. .GRP files

* The initial assignments to various hardware drivers during Windows initialization are to be found in

  1. PROGMAN.INI
  2. WIN.INI
  3. SYSTEM.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* In order to run or execute "Non-Windows" or "DOS" programs if Windows is currently active,

  1. You would need to exit from Windows, then run the DOS program
  2. You can simply initiate the DOS program from with "File Manager", and return to multitasking under Windows, while the DOS program remains active.
  3. You cannot intiate a DOS program while under Windows
  4. You would click on "MSDOS Prompt", then initiate the DOS program, and when the DOS program is completed, type "Exit" to return to Windows

* To change the screen colors, printers, communication ports, or keyboard control,

  1. You would click on "Windows Setup", within "Main"
  2. You would click on "Control Panel", within "Main"3. You would click on "File Manager", within "Main"

* To add or remove a group of file components to the Windows Screen,

  1. You would click on "Windows Setup", within "Main"
  2. You would click on "Control Panel", within "Main"
  3. You would click on "File Manager", within "Main"

* During the installation of Windows,

  1. All "TSR's" should be dissabled
  2. "TSR's" can be very helpful tools during the installation
  3. DOS Memory Managers can be utilized for best memory organization during installation

* "Double-Clicking" on the icon for "File Manager", within "Main"

  1. Will have the same effect as "Single-Clicking", when followed by appropriate selection from the "Pull-Down-Menu"
  2. Will simply "toggle" as a "Single-Click", with no effect
  3. Will initiate the process assigned to the icon

* "Single-Clicking" on the icon for "File Manager", within "Main"

  1. Will initiate the process assigned to the icon
  2. Will have the same effect as "Double-Clicking" on the icon
  3. Will "highlight" the icon

* To prevent someone from re-arranging the groups, or the icons within a group,

  1. The "Arrange", within "Options" of the "Program Manager" must be turned off
  2. The "Program Item Properties", within the "File" of the "Program Manager" must be turned off
  3. The associated ".GRP" file for that group should be set to "R/O" under DOS

* The default for Windows installion is C:\WINDOWS

  1. ( True / False )

* Documents can only be printed via LPT1 or LPT2, never COM1 or COM2, which are for Communication.

  1. ( True / False )

* With Windows Applications

  1. There are no files, just ICONS
  2. A Folder is like a Sub-Directory in DOS
  3. Files are actually located within the Folders
  4. Both 2 & 3 are correct

* "ICON's"

  1. Are simply representatives of selectable activity clusters, or files
  2. Represent files that cannot be run under DOS
  3. Cannot be moved from one "Folder" to another
  4. Are defined as .BMP's, under a .GRP, within the "SYSTEM.INI" file

* "ICON's" assigned to a process

  1. Can be replaced by other ICON
  2. Cannot be replaced by any other ICON

* A group of ICON's

  1. Is defined as to size & location on the screen in the file called "PROGMAN.INI"
  2. Is defined by size in the file called "SYSYEM.INI"
  3. Is defined by location on the screen in the file called "WIN.INI"
  4. Is located by default as to size and location, every time that Windows is initiated

* The settings to customize the Windows system configuration for the hardware are to be found in

  1. PROGMAN.INI
  2. WIN.INI
  3. SYSTEM.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* The settings to customize the Windows environment are to be found in

  1. PROGMAN.INI
  2. WIN.INI
  3. SYSTEM.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* The Control Panel data and color schemes are to be found in

  1. PROGMAN.INI
  2. WIN.INI
  3. SYSTEM.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* The current program path directives, window and box values, would be found in

  1. .INI files
  2. .DLL files
  3. .BMP files
  4. .GRP files

* Control parameters for ports, sounds, fonts, keyboard control, and Network names, would be found in

  1. PROGMAN.INI
  2. WIN.INI
  3. SYSTEM.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* The information about the program groups would be found in

  1. PROGMAN.INI
  2. WIN.INI
  3. SYSTEM.INI
  4. CONTROL.INI

* "Standard Mode"

  1. Can only run one MS/DOS application at a time in conventional memory
  2. Can use virtual memory
  3. Can access more than 16 Mb of RAM
  4. Does not maintain application SWAP files

* "Enhanced Mode"

  1. Can run more than one MS/DOS application at a time
  2. Requires more than 1 Mb of memory
  3. Uses virtual memory
  4. Choices 1-3 are all correct

* "Virtual Memory"

  1. Is a block of memory set aside for special use
  2. Is actually a portion of the hard drive used as to appear as if it were memory
  3. Never actually exists, it is just a terminology used for certain instances
  4. Is a block of memory used for the new "virtual-reality" technology

 

 

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