RAM stand for
Secondary Memory is also called
The function of CPU is to
Primary and secondary memory can be classified as volatile and non-volatile
Primary memory is classified as
The speed of a CPU is measured in
The most common example of primary memory is
Used to store instructions, data and information for later use
Responsible for the processing of data
A megabyte (MB) refers to approximately of data
A killobytes (KB) equals
Stores information or instruction that can be read and used but cannot be changed
enable a computer to connect to other computers
refers to the process of making copies of data files
Key examples of backup medias
Affordable and it is relativley used for backup purposes
Which type of stiorage end-user can be able to access saved files anyware,anytime using PDA's
Have no moving parts and more expensive than HDD
Magnetic has a very large storage capacity up to
Combine componets of a computer together, so that it can functions
The circuits of a motherboads are called
The CPU is also called
Temporarily storage for data and allow the programs to work faster
A permanent memory us called
The smallest unit in a digit system is
Data on a floppy disk is recorded in rings called
ROM is an example of which of the following
Where does computer stores programs, when the power is OFF
Which of the following is arges unit of storage
What is the latest write-once optical storage media
1 gigabytes is equivalents to
Covers a small geographical area
The capacity of a
CD can store-up to mb of data
Wireless computer network that links two or more devices is called
Piece of hardware that allow a computer to connect to a network
Device that connects a computer/router to a broadband
Type of a terminal that uses electrical signals to transmit data
Web-based network that is only available to an organisation staff
CD ROM stands for
Any storage device added to computer beyond the immediately usable main storage is known as:
The capacity of 3.5 inch floppy disk is
Magnetic disk is an example of
The access method used for cassette tape is
Magnetic tape can serve as :
What is the alternative name for a diskette
A DVD is
DSL stands for

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