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Quiz 1

1. The ____ allocates each resource, starts its operation, and, finally, deallocates the resource, making it
available to the next process or job..

A) Device Manager

B) Network Manager

C) Processor Manager

D) Memory Manager

E) File Manager

2. The central processing unit (CPU) is the brains of the computer with the circuitry to control the
interpretation and execution of instructions

A) True

B) False

3. When the Processor Manager receives a command, it determines whether the program must be retrieved
from storage or is already in memory, and then notifies the appropriate manager.

A) True

B) False

4. ____ systems are used in time-critical environments where reliability is key and data must be processed
within a strict time limit.

A) Embedded

B) Interactive

C) Hybrid

D) Real-time

E) old

5. In a computer, the ____ holds the Central Processing Unit, the Arithmetic and Logic Unit, registers, cache,
and main memory

A) parallel system

B) monitor

C) usb interface

D) printer

E) tower
6. The operating system manages each and every piece of hardware and software.

A) True

B) False

7. The Memory Manager, the Interface Manager, the User Manager, and the File Manager are the basis of all
operating systems.

A) True

B) False

8. Real-time systems are used in time-critical environments where reliability is key and data must be
processed within a strict time limit.

A) True

B) False

9. The Memory Manager is in charge of indirect memory, also known as ROM.

A) True

B) False

10. The Device Manager monitors every device, channel, and control unit.

A) True

B) False

11. The type of system designed to perform one specific function is ____.

A) Real-time

B) Embedded

C) hybrid

D) interactive

E) no answer

12. ____ operating systems are typically used for a network platform.

A) IRIX, UNICOS

B) Linux, Macintosh, MS-DOS, Windows 2000/XP

C) Linux, NetWare, UNIX, Windows

D) IBM OS/390, UNIX


E) no answer

13. Many early programs used convoluted logic that only the original programmer could understand, so it was
nearly impossible for anyone else to debug or change the program later on.

A) True

B) False

14. ____, part of the operating system, is unique to each operating system.

A) User command interface

B) Memory manager

C) File Manager

D) System Manager

E) Network Manager

15. A hybrid system is a combination of the ____ systems.

A) batch and interactive

B) interactive and real-time

C) batch and real-time

D) real-time and general-purpose

E) no answer

16. Powerful microcomputers developed for use by commercial, educational and government enterprises are
called ____.

A) supercomputer

B) minicomputer

C) server

D) workstations

E) terminal

17. The supercomputer was developed primarily for government applications needing massive and fast
number-crunching ability to carry out military operations and weather forecasting.

A) True

B) False

18. Card systems date from the earliest computers, which relied on punched cards or tape for input when a job
was entered by assembling the cards into a deck and running the entire deck of cards through a card reader
as a group.
A) True

B) False

19. ____ include(s) every peripheral unit in the system such as printers, disk drives, CD/DVD drives, flash
memory, keyboards, and so on.

A) CPU

B) Processor

C) I/O Devices

D) Memory

E) Motherboard

20. The primary distinguishing characteristic of modern computers is ____.

A) memory capacity

B) disk capacity

C) processor capacity

D) physical size

E) no answer