1. What’s a web browser?
a. A kind of spider
b. A computer that stores WWW files
c. A person who likes to look at websites
d. A software program that allows you to access sites on the World Wide Web

Option “D” is correct.
“https://www.examveda.com” – is an example of what?
a. A URL
b. An access code
c. A directory
d. A server

Option “A” is correct.
A URL (Uniform {or Universal} Resource Locator) is an address for a specific document found on the Web. It is made up of several components: a domain name, the directories and sub-directories of the site, and the extension. To learn about these parts of a URL, visit the Evaluating Web Sites tutorial.
3. How many bits in a byte?
a. 4
b. 8
c. 16
d. 32

Option “B” is correct.
4. How do you subscribe to an Internet mailing list?
a. Contact your Internet service provider
b. Send e-mail to the list manager
c. Telephone the mailing list webmaster
d. Send a letter to the list

Option “B” is correct.
5. Computers calculate numbers in what mode?
a. Decimal
b. Octal
c. Binary
d. None of the above

Option “C” is correct.
6. The letters, “DOS” stand for…
a. Data Out System
b. Disk Out System
c. Disk Operating System
d. Data Operating System

Option “C” is correct.
7. What does CPU stand for?
a. Cute People United
b. Commonwealth Press Union
c. Computer Parts of USA
d. Central Processing Unit

Option “D” is correct.
8. Which of these is a valid e-mail address?
a. professor.at.learnthenet
b. www.learnthenet.com
c. professor@learnthenet.com
d. professor@learnthenet

Option “C” is correct.
9. Which device can be used to store charge?
a. Transistor
b. Diode
c. Capacitor
d. Resistor

Option “C” is correct.
10. Modem stands for:
a. Modulator Demodulater
b. Monetary Devaluation Exchange Mechanism

Option “A” is correct.

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