which of the following is not a windows utility program?

which of the following is not a windows utility program?

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What are the 2 primary types of programs that system software consists of?operating system and utility programs
(DEF.) A group of programs that controls how your computer functions.operating system (OS)
What system manages the computer's hardware, provides a consistent means for application software to work with the CPU, and is responsible for the management, scheduling, and coordination of tasks?operating system
(DEF.) The desktop, icons, and menus that let you communicate with your computer; how you interact with your OS.user interface
(DEF.) A small program that performs many of the general housekeeping tasks for your computer, such as system maintenance and file compression.utility program
(DEF.) Also referred to as embedded systems; require minimal user interaction; a program with a specific purpose, and it must guarantee certain response times for particular computing tasks.real-time operating system (RTOS)
(DEF.) System that lets more than one user access the computer system at a time by handling and prioritizing requests from multiple users.multiuser operating system (or network operating system)
(DEF.) A multiuser, multitasking OS that is used as a network OS, although it can also be found on PCs.UNIX
In 1984, this OS became the first commercially available OS to incorporate a graphical user interface (GUI) with user-friendly point-and-click technology.Mac OS
(DEF.) An open source OS designed for personal computers and as a network.Linux
(DEF.) The various packages in which Linux is available for download.distributions or distros
(DEF.) The combination of an OS and a specific processor.platform
What does the OS provide that lets you interact with the computer?a user interface
(DEF.) Interface in which you enter commands to communicate with the computer system.command-driven interface
(DEF.) Interface in which you choose commands from menus displayed on the screen.menu-driven interface
(DEF.) Interface that displays graphics and use the point-and-click technology of the mouse and cursor; very user-friendly.graphical user interface (GUI)
(DEF.) A unique signal that tells the OS that a certain device is in need of immediate attention.interrupt
(DEF.) A special numerical code that prioritizes the requests.interrupt handler
(DEF.) When the OS processes the task assigned a higher priority before processing a task assigned a lower priority.preemptive multitasking
(DEF.) A program that helps coordinate all print jobs currently being sent to the printer.spooler
What does the OS use as a temporary storage area for instructions and data?RAM
(DEF.) The process of optimizing RAM storage by borrowing hard drive space.virtual memory
(DEF.) The temporary storage area on the hard drive that the OS stores RAM data and instructions that haven't recently been used.swap file (or page file)
(DEF.) The process of the OS swapping data and information to and from the swap file and RAM.paging
(DEF.) The condition of excessive paging.thrashing
(DEF.) Driver that facilitates communication between the device and the OS.device driver
(DEF.) A software and hardware standard designed to facilitate the installation of new hardware in PCs by including in the OS the drivers these devices need in order to run.Plug and Play (PnP)
(DEF.) Software design to make it seem as if there is something wrong with your computer; used by scammers.scareware
(DEF.) Blocks of code that application software needs in order to interact with the CPU.application programming interface (API)
What are the 4 basic steps of the boot process?1. Activating BIOS 2. Performing the Power-On Self-Test 3. Loading the OS 4. Checking Further
(DEF.) A program that manages the exchange of data between the OS and all the input and output devices attached to the system; responsible for loading the OS into RAM from its permanent location on the hard drive.basic input/output system (BIOS)
(DEF.) The first job that BIOS performs; process that ensures that essential peripheral devices are attached and operationalpower-on self-test (POST)
(DEF.) A special kind of memory that uses almost no power; contains information about the system's memory, types of disk drives, and other essential input and output hardware components.CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor)
(DEF.) The main files of the OS.system files
(DEF.) The essential component of the OS; responsible for managing the processor and all other components of the computer system.kernel (or supervisor program)
(DEF.) Contains all the different configurations used by the OS and by other applications.registry
(DEF.) The verification of your login name and password.authentication
(DEF.) A new utility program in Windows 8 that attempts to diagnose and fix errors in your Windows system files that are causing your computer to behave improperly.Refresh your PC
Which is NOT an example of a network operating system? -Linux -Android -Windows -UNIXAndroid
You are most likely to find an RTOS -on an iPad. -on a mainframe. -on a supercomputer. -in a robotic camera.in a robotic camera.
Which of the following is an example of a web-based OS? -Chrome -Linux -Windows -OS XChrome
Early operating systems such as MS-DOS used a _____________ interface. -menu-driven -graphical user -command driven -magnetic tape-basedcommand-driven
The OS can optimize RAM storage by using -thrashing. -virtual memory. -an interrupt handler. -a spooler.virtual memory.
(DEF.) The first interaction you have with the OS and the first image you see on your display.Start screen
(DEF.) Applications specifically designed to run in the interface of Windows 8.Windows 8 apps
(DEF.) Features large type with clean, readable block images inspired by metropolitan service signs.Windows 8 interface
(DEF.) Bars that float on the screen above the app when you summon them or you need them; Windows 8 feature.app bars
(DEF.) Special shortcuts on Windows 8 that are used for performing common tasks.charms
(DEF.) The process of choosing which applications are visible on the Start screen.pinning
(DEF.) Feature that displays open and favorite applications for easy access.taskbar
(DEF.) The most recently or commonly used files or commands for that application.Jump List
(DEF.) Provides an organizational structure to your computer's contents.file management
(DEF.) The C drive is the top of the filing structure and referred to as this.root directory
(DEF.) In an OS, a collection of program instructions or data that is stored and treated as a single unitfile
(DEF.) A collection of files.folder
(DEF.) In Windows, it gathers categories of files from different locations and displays them as if they were all saved in a single folder, regardless of where they are physically stored.library
(DEF.) The main tool for finding, viewing, and managing the contents of your computer.File Explorer
What are the 4 default libraries in Windows?Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos
What are the 2 panes or sections that File Explorer is divided into?The navigation pane and the details pane.
(DEF.) View in which files and folders are displayed in list form, and the additional file information is displayed in columns alongside the name of the file; the most interactive view.Details view
(DEF.) View that shows contents of folders as small images.Large icons view
(DEF.) The name you assign to a file when you save it.file name
(DEF.) Follows the file name and a period or dot.extension (or file type)
(DEF.) You can determine the location of a file by this.file path
(DEF.) The backslash characters (in Windows) and colons (OS X).path separators
(DEF.) The main component of system software.OS
(DEF.) Small applications that perform special functions on the computer.utility programs
(DEF.) In Windows; takes out redundancies in a file to reduce the file size.file compression utility
(DEF.) A Windows utility that removes unnecessary files from your hard drive.Disk Cleanup
(DEF.) A Windows utility that checks for lost files and fragments as well as physical errors on your hard drive.error-checking
(DEF.) An index of all sector numbers in a table.file allocation table (FAT)
(DEF.) If a program has stopped working, you can use this Windows utility to check on the program or to exit the nonresponsive program.Task Manager
(DEF.) A Windows utility that lets you roll your system settings back to a specific date when everything was working properly.System Restore
(DEF.) A snapshot of your entire system's settings; generated prior to certain events or automatically once a week.system restore point.
(DEF.) Grouping together related pieces of files on the hard drive, allowing the OS to work more efficiently.disk defragmenting
(DEF.) Windows utility that will automatically create a duplicate of your libraries, desktop, contacts, and favorites and copy it to another storage device, such as an external hard drive.File History
(DEF.) Centralized location for assistive technology and tools to adjust accessibility settings; Microsoft Windows utility.Ease of Access Center
Which of the following is NOT considered to be a utility program? -Task Manager -Disk Cleanup -System Restore -Internet ExplorerInternet Explorer
The process of adding a Windows 8 app to the Start screen is known as -screening. -clipping. -visualizing. -pinning.pinning
The Windows app used for locating files and folders is -Finder. -Disk Manager. -Library Explorer. -File Explorer.File Explorer.
Which of the following is NOT a common file name extension? -.pptx -.zipped -.docx -.jpg.zipped
The _________ utility can free up space on the hard drive. -Task Manager -File Explorer -System Refresh -Disk CleanupDisk Cleanup
Which of the following is an OS that is NOT used on tablet computers? -Android -Windows -iOS -BlackberryBlackberry
Borrowing hard drive space to optimize RAM storage is known as -multitasking. -virtual memory. -authentication -pagingvirtual memory
An example of an open source OS is -DOS. -Windows. -OS X. -Linux.Linux.
Which of the following is NOT considered an accessibility utility? -Magnifier -Narrator -Speech Recognition -System RestoreSystem Restore
Apps specifically designed for Windows 8.1 -can't be closed down once started. -run on the desktop. -use a large amount of RAM. -run full screen.run full screen.
The Windows app used for file management is -Task Manager. -Disk Manager. -Library Explorer. -File Explorer.File Explorer.
(T/F) Different versions of Linux are known as "distros."True
(T/F) The third step of the boot process is the power-on self-test (POST).False
(T/F) System restore points can only be created by Windows automatically on a regular schedule.False
(T/F) The Windows 8 desktop no longer includes the taskbar.False
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