A ____ is an info gadget that gathers particular information straightforwardly from the earth and transmits it to a PC .


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What is the meaning of a softcopy?. information in electronic form.An yield gadget must be utilized as a part of request to see a softcopy.. Printed yield is alluded to as (an):. Printed version. . Pixel is short for?. Picture component. A ____ changes over a person\'s discourse into advanced signs.. Discourse acknowledgment framework.
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A ____ is an info gadget that gathers particular information straightforwardly from the earth and transmits it to a PC sensor

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What is the meaning of a softcopy? information in electronic frame. A yield gadget must be utilized as a part of request to see a softcopy.

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Printed yield is alluded to as an (a): Hardcopy

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Pixel is short for? Picture component

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A ____ changes over a man\'s discourse into advanced signs. Discourse acknowledgment framework

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The picture you see on the (screen) is comprised of modest spots of light called? pixels

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The exploration of measuring individual body qualities. Biometrics

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The measure of space between the focuses of adjoining pixels is alluded to as the Dot pitch (dp)

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What components influence screen clearness? Spot pitch Resolution Color profundity Refresh rate

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What is the meaning of determination? The quantity of pixels (spots) per square inch.

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The littler the ___ the better the screen picture. Speck pitch

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What sort of screen consumes up less space on a work area? CRT or Flat-board show? Level board show

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The higher the ____ the better the screen picture. Shading profundity Resolution Refresh rate

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The quantity of times each second that the pixels are revived so that their shine stays brilliant. Revive rate

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The measure of data, communicated in bits, that makes up the shade of a pixel is called? Shading profundity

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Monitors fit in one of two conceivable classifications. What are these classifications? CRT Flat-board show

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CRT remains for? Cathode Ray Tube

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What sort of level board show screen is not as clear? Latent network

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A level board show utilizes what sort of innovation Liquid Crystal Display

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The three sorts of level board show screens are? Dynamic lattice Passive-grid Gas plasma

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With what kind of level board show screen is every pixel on the screen controlled by its own transistor. Dynamic framework show

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How is the dynamic network show screen and the detached lattice show screen different? With the dynamic grid every pixel on the screen controlled by its own transistor and with the uninvolved lattice each line or section of pixels on the screen is controlled by one transistor. The dynamic framework screen is more costly. The dynamic network screen has a superior picture.

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What kind of level board show screen is minimum costly? Uninvolved lattice

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Image lucidity of a printer is measured in what? dpi

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dpi remains for ? dabs per inch

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A sensor is an info gadget that gathers particular information straightforwardly from the earth and transmits it to a PC.

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A printer fits in one of two classifications. What are those two classes? Affect printer Non-affect printer

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The term non-affect in reference to printers implies what? It frames characters and pictures without direct physical contact between the printing system and the paper

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A printer that reaches the paper is known as (an) Impact printer

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What are the sorts of effect printers? Line printer Dot-network

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What are the sorts of non-effect printers? Laser Ink-stream warm

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What kind of printer structures a picture on paper by showering little beads of ink? Ink-fly

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What kind of printer uses a drum treated with attractively charged toner keeping in mind the end goal to exchange a picture onto paper? laser

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What sort of printer uses shaded waxes and warmth to create pictures by smoldering spots onto extraordinary paper. Warm printer

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What kind of flag consistently shifts? Simple

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What sort of flag goes up against one of two states? Computerized

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What is the reason for a modem? To change over Digital Signals to Analog Signals & Back

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Modem is short for mo dulate/dem odulate.

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Sending modem does what? changes over advanced signs into simple signs for transmission over telephone lines (i.e. tweaks).

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What kind of modem demodulates (i.e. changes over simple flags once more into advanced signs. Getting modem

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The utilization of TV video and sound innovation to make it workable for individuals in various areas to see, listen, and chat with each other is called? Videoconferencing

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What is Groupware ? Programming that makes it feasible for groups of collaborators to utilize systems of microcomputers to share data and to coordinate on tasks.

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The term that alludes to working at the workplace utilizing media transmission innovation with the goal that one can work at the workplace while at home. Working from home

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What does the expression "Virtual Office" mean. An office that exists electronically and does not exist in a physical sense.

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What sort of flag does an advanced TV utilize? (precarious!) Digital flag

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A computerized flag comprises of ? A progression of 1\'s and 0\'s.

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Signals through an interchanges way can be sent one of what two ways? Wired Wireless

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What are the three strategies for wired correspondence Twisted-match Coaxial link Fiber-optic link

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Between these three techniques for wired correspondence, Twisted-combine Coaxial link Fiber-optic link which one is minimum costly? Curved combine

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Between these three techniques for wired correspondence, Twisted-match Coaxial link Fiber-optic link which one is impervious to impedance? Fiber-optic link

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Between these three strategies for wired correspondence, Twisted-match Coaxial link Fiber-optic link which one transmits information at the slower rate? Curved combine

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Insulated copper wire wrapped in a metal shield, then in an outside cover is called? Coaxial link

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Between coaxial link and turned combine wiring, which one is more impervious to obstruction? Coaxial link

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Between coaxial link and bent match wiring, which one transmits information at a quicker rate? Coaxial link

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Between these three techniques for wired correspondence, Twisted-combine Coaxial link Fiber-optic link which one transmits information at the speedier rate? Fiber-optic link

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Between these three techniques for wired correspondence, Twisted-match Coaxial link Fiber-optic link which one is the most costly? Fiber-optic link

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Between these three strategies for wired correspondence, Twisted-combine Coaxial link Fiber-optic link which one is more secure? Fiber-optic link

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What is the meaning of a system? at least two PCs associated together utilizing interchanges gear.

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List a few advantages of a system Peripheral gadgets can be shared. Information and projects can be shared. Makes correspondence simpler. Builds security

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WAN stands for? Wide Area Network

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A system that covers a vast topographical territory, for example, a nation or the world is the meaning of (an)? WAN

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LAN remains for? Neighborhood

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What is the meaning of a LAN? A system associating PCs and gadgets in a constrained topographical territory. For instance, inside a building.

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A focal PC inside a system that controls the system is known as a ___. Have PC

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What is a hub? any gadget that is connected to a system.

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What is a spine? a fast system that interfaces littler systems to the Internet.

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What is the meaning of a c lient? microcomputers that demand information from a server.

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An intense PC that answers ask for from customer PCs is known as a ___. server

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When you check your email, your email is sent from a ____. server (particularly a mail server)

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Software and equipment used to square unapproved clients from getting to a system is called ___. A firewall

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An association\'s inside private system that uses the framework and guidelines of the Internet and the web is called ? Intranet

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What is a shared LAN A system in which microcomputers discuss specifically with each other without the utilization of a server.

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Previous material to know for exam III

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What is the Operating System Manages the fundamental operations of the PC. An arrangement of projects that deals with the association amongst equipment and programming keeping in mind the end goal to run different projects, the OS stacks these projects into memory.

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Your PC\'s "stage" comprises of what 3 things? Memory Processor (CPU) Operating System

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What is a "UI" The show on your PC screen that you use keeping in mind the end goal to associate with your PC.

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When an application program is not being used, it is put away in ____? optional capacity

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When you dispatch/run/begin a program, the ____ places it in ____. working framework memory

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What are the two sorts of UIs? charge line graphical (GUI)

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The memory sizes all together from littlest to biggest are Bit Byte Kilobyte Megabyte Gigabyte Terabyte Petabyte

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What is a bit? a 0 or a 1 (no flag, flag) (no present, current)

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What is a Byte? A progression of 8 bits.

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A Kilobyte is ____? 2 10 Bytes 2 10 Bytes is roughly _____ Bytes? 10 3

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A Megabyte is ____?

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A Gigabyte is ____?

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A Terabyte is ____?

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A Petabyte is ____?

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The double code that utilizations 8 bits and that is most broadly utilized with microcomputers. ASCII

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The programming dialect that a PC comprehends is machine dialect

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The fundamental circuit board in the framework unit. Motherboard

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