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1.

What is an operating system?

a)

An operating system (OS) is a set of system devices

b)

An operating system (OS) is a collection of system programs

c)

An operating system (OS) is a set of system tasks

d)

An operating system (OS) is a set of utillities for printing

2. Where are operating systems found?

a)

Operating systems are typically found in a wordbobe shelf

b)

Operating systems are typically found in libraries

c)

Operating systems are typically found in DLL files

d)

Operating systems are typically found in hardware devices

3. What does an operating system do?

a)

Operating system initialize the hardware of the computer system

 

b)

Operating system change the hardware devices of the computer system

c)

Operating system keeps the hardware of the computer system on power

d)

Operating system look for word processor software of the computer system

4. What is an input devices?

a) Mouse
a)
Mouse

b) Printer

c) Screen

d) Speaker

5. When needed where are portions of the operating system loaded?

a)

Onto HDD after the computer is switched off

b)

It is sent to the printer

c)

Into RAM

 

d)

It is used directly from the HDD

6. Example of multi-user operating system IS NOT:

a)

UNIX

b)

Linux (a UNIX clone)

c)

IBM AS400

d)

MS DOS

 

7. If each user sends his document to the printer at the same time the result must be?

a) queue
a)
queue

b) garbage

c) compound

d) mixture

8. What interface is commonly called a SHELL?

a) VGA

b) CLI
b)
CLI

c) AGP

d) ATI

9. Which part of OS is called the real-time executive?

a) kernel
a)
kernel

b) .exe file

c) .bat file

d) process manager

10. What is co-operative switching?

a)

task that is currently running will voluntarily give up the processor

b)

time period of memory access

c)

switching by a manager

d)

switching by a program manager

11. Why is pre-omptive acheduling better then co-operative?

a)

It is faster

b)

It gives more response to all processes

c)

It is more simple

d)

It is more reliable

12. What is dispatching?

a)

Time period that has to be spent when executing the programs

b)

Process of sending packets to the kernel

c)

Process of sending packets to the RAM

d)

Time to save/restore the programs atate and switch from one program to another

13. What is system overhead?

a)

The amount of time that is spent in switching RAM

b)

The amount of time that is spent in switching registers

c)

Operating systems is overheated

d)

The amount of time that is spent in the system state

14. What is time slice or quantum period?

a) A time period that occurs after loading system MS WINDOWS

b)

A time period that occurs after loading system DOS

c)

A time period that a process runs for before being context switched

d)

A time period that the system needs for dispatching

15. What is scheduling?

a)

Decision which process should leave next

b)

Decision which process should run next

 

c)

Program which has to switch the computer off

d)

Program which has to plan back up of the computer

16. One of the problems with the FIFO approach is that?

a)

FIFO holds up other waiting processes

b)

FIFO is very expensive

c)

FIFO is not reliable

d)

FIFO is too slow

17. An example of a co-operative system was?

a) Windows 3.1

b)Windows 2000

c) Windows XP

d) Windows Vista

18. Pre-emptive switched systems start with microprocessors of?

a) 8 bit

b) 12 bit

c) 16 bit

d) 32 bit
d)
32 bit

19. Memory management is a task of?

a)

operating system

 

b)

graphic card driver

c)

text processor

d)

mother board switches

20. How can you solve the case if a program denies the running of any other programs?

a)

It is solved by scheduling

 

b)

It is solved by upgrade

c)

It is solved by program faster.exe

d)

I can not be solved