Chapter 5 Test

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  1. 1. DO NOT use cleaning solutions that contains on a monitor.
    A. Water
    B. Ammonia
    C. All of these
    D. Alcohol
    B. Ammonia can destroy the antiglare coating on a monitor
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  2. 2. A side effect of using compressed air is generation of .
    A. Static electricity
    B. Cold
    C. Heat
    D. Fire
    B. Compressed air generates cold as it is expelled from the can. For this reason, it is sometimes used to cool overheated chips.
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  3. 3. How do you get debris out from under the keys of a keyboard?
    A. Use a magnet
    B. Heat it until the debris burns up
    C. Dig it out with a screwdriver
    D. Blow it out with compressed air
    D. Compressed air is the best of these solutions because it is least likely to damage the keyboard.
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  4. 4. When cleaning around the LED in an optical mouse, what’s the best liquid to use?
    A. Oil
    B. Alcohol
    C. Water
    D. Vinegar
    B. Alcohol dries quickly and leaves no residue.
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  5. 5. How do you clean the inkjets on an inkjet printer?
    A. Compressed air
    B. Utility program
    C. Soft cloth
    D. Sandpaper
    B. Use the utility program built into the printer itself, or the printer’s driver in the operating system, to clean the ink jets.
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  6. 6. How do you clean fingerprints off a DVD?
    A. Soft cloth
    B. Sandpaper
    C. Utility program
    D. Compressed air
    A. Use a soft cloth to buff the fingerprints off a DVD.
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  7. 7. A more common name for ESD is .
    A. Magnetic interference
    B. Static electricity
    C. Radio frequency interference
    D. Melting
    B. ESD stands for electrostatic discharge—in other words, static electricity.
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  8. 8. Why does static electricity not kill you, given that it is a high-voltage shock?
    A. Low resistance
    B. It’s DC volts, not AC
    C. Short duration
    D. Low amps
    D. Static electricity is a low-amperage shock, so it does not harm people. However, it does harm sensitive electronics.
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  9. 9. can eliminate the risk of equipment being harmed by ESD.
    A. Electrodes
    B. Water
    C. Grounding
    D. Metal
    C. Grounding yourself before you touch electronics can prevent you from accidentally damaging them due to static electricity (ESD).
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  10. 10. can cause data loss via crosstalk between adjacent cables.
    A. ESD
    B. EMI
    C. RFD
    D. VGA
    B. Electromagnetic interference, or EMI, is data interference caused by the magnetic fields that build up around adjacent cables that are carrying data.
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  11. 11. A varistor inside a surge suppressor helps prevent damage due to .
    A. Outages
    B. Surges
    C. Brownouts
    D. Sags
    B. A varistor absorbs excess voltage, preventing it from reaching the devices plugged into the surge suppressor in the event of a power surge or spike.
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  12. 12. Another name for a battery backup system for a PC is .
    A. RFI
    B. API
    C. UPS
    D. CGI
    C. An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a battery backup system for a PC, usually combined with surge-suppression capabilities.
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  13. 13. Desktop computer systems operate best at what temperature range?
    A. Warmer than is comfortable for humans
    B. Colder than is comfortable for humans, but not freezing
    C. The same as is comfortable for humans
    D. Below freezing
    B. Cold temperatures help a computer by making it easier for it to keep the chips cool that heat up as it operates. Below freezing, though, frost and condensation may develop, which can cause short-circuits.
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  14. 14. What is the primary drawback of creating a system image as a means of data backup?
    A. It does not back up data files
    B. It must be constantly monitored
    C. It takes a long time
    D. It is very expensive
    C. A system image is a complete copy of the entire hard disk. It is very effective as a backup, but it takes a long time to make. Therefore most people make a system image infrequently.
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  15. 15. In Windows, the file-management interface is called Windows Explorer; on a Mac, it’s called?
    A. Legacy
    B. Finder
    C. Browser
    D. Chooser
    B. Finder is the file-management tool in the Mac OS.
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  16. 16. The top level of the folder structure is called the ___________________.
    A. Lobby
    B. System folder
    C. Root folder
    D. Windows folder
    C. The root folder, or root directory, is the top level in the file structure on a disk.
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  17. 17. What’s the command-line command for renaming a folder at a Windows command
    prompt?
    A. mov
    B. name
    C. ren
    D. mv
    C. Ren, which is short for rename, is the command for renaming a folder or file at a Windows command prompt. The syntax is renoldname newname.
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  18. 18. When you drag-and-drop a file in Windows between two locations on the same drive, it
    is moved. If you would prefer to make a copy, hold down as you
    drag.
    A. Tab
    B. Ctrl
    C. Alt
    D. Shift
    B. Hold down Ctrl to force a drag-and-drop operation to make a copy.
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  19. 19. Which utility lists the currently running applications and processes in Windows and
    enables you to shut down any that have stopped responding?
    A. Task Manager
    B. Disk Management
    C. Resource Monitor
    D. Windows Explorer
    A. Task Manager displays running tasks and enables you to shut them down if needed. To access it, right-click the taskbar and choose Start Task Manager.
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  20. 20. In the Control Panel, where do you adjust the screen resolution?
    A. Personalization
    B. Taskbar And Start Menu
    C. Display
    D. Folder Options
    C. The Display options make text larger or smaller, adjust screen resolution, and can help you connect to an external display.
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