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Computer Interview Questions Answers

Computer Interview Questions Answers

Question - 91 : - Who was one of the original founders for the Intel corporation?

Answer - 91 : - With Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore was one of the founders of the Intel corporation and is also widely known for Moore's law.

Question - 92 : - What are the other (competing or not) wireless technologies  ?

Answer - 92 : - Wi-Fi, IrDa, EDGE, UWB (Ultra Wide Band)

Question - 93 : - What does Windows XP ICS/ICF status mean?

Answer - 93 : - ICS stands for "Internet Connection Sharing" and ICF stands for "Internet Connection Firewall." Internet Connection Sharing is where two or more computers share the same Internet connection. An Internet Connection Firewall is a Windows XP-specific feature that monitors and limits incoming Internet traffic. ICS and ICF can be enabled independently, which means you can have ICF turned on and ICS off, or vice versa. If you are sharing an Internet connection, ICF should only be enabled for the computer or router that is directly connected to your Internet connection. It should not be configured for each computer on the network. If you only have one computer connected to the Internet, you can enable ICF directly on that machine and ICS is not needed. The ICS/ICF status refers to whether or not either of the two options have been turned on. For help configuring ICS and ICF, you can view Microsoft's online documentation: Setting up Internet Connection Sharing | Setting up the Internet Connection Firewall

Question - 94 : - What is distributed application ?  

Answer - 94 : - An application made up of distinct components running in separate runtime environments, usually on different platforms connected via a network. Typical distributed applications are two-tier (client-server), three-tier (client-middleware-server), and multitier (client-multiple middleware-multiple servers).

Question - 95 : - How to do hibernate in computer?

Answer - 95 : - you need to enable hibernate option in your computer.For this follow this stepsGo To Control Pannel >> Power Option >> Hibernate >> and then check on enable hibernation and click on apply.You can also set ur power button to do hibernation by selecting hibernate from drop down menu of whenever click power button option in power option of control pannel

Question - 96 : - Which of the below is a type of memory that cannot have information written to it?

Answer - 96 : - ROM, which is short for Read Only Memory, is a type of memory that cannot have information written to it.

Question - 97 : - What is document ?  

Answer - 97 : - In general, an XML structure in which one or more elements contains text intermixed with subelements.  

Question - 98 : - Can someone hack into my computer if it is not connected to the Internet?

Answer - 98 : - If your computer is not connected to the Internet, there is no way for information to be transmitted to or from the computer over the Internet. If you have a modem connected to a phone line and have your computer set to receive incoming calls, it is theoretically possible for someone to hack into it, but extremely unlikely. The only way for someone to hack into a computer not connected to the Internet or a phone line it is to physically use the computer. While manufacturers may include chips that uniquely identify your computer, they do not put in chips that transmit any kind of information about your system. Any personal information you have on your computer is stored on your hard drive and is safe as long as no one accesses it. Therefore, it is a good idea to require a password to log in to your computer. It is also wise to erase your hard drive and "zero all data" before selling or giving your computer to someone else.

Question - 99 : - What are kibibytes, mebibytes, and gibibytes?

Answer - 99 : - The size of computer data is measured in bytes. Larger units of bytes are often measured in kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. However, the size of these units can be somewhat ambiguous. For example, a kilobyte can equal 1,024 bytes or 1,000 bytes, depending on the context in which it is used. A megabyte may equal 1,048,576 bytes or 1,000,000 bytes. In 1998, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) introduced new units of measurement to avoid this confusion. These units are all exact measurements and cannot be estimated like kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. The new IEC units are listed below: byte (B) kibibyte (KiB) - 2^10 mebibyte (MiB) - 2^20 gibibyte (GiB) - 2^30 tebibyte (TiB) - 2^40 pebibyte (PiB) - 2^50 exbibyte (EiB) - 2^60 zebibyte (ZiB) - 2^70 yobibyte (YiB) - 2^80 For a list of the more commonly used, but also more ambiguous SI units of data storage

Question - 100 : - Count Number of characters using Pointers? 

Answer - 100 : -   Answer 5 : #include<iostream.h> void main() { int Char_Count(char *get_string); char *strcount "THIS IS A STRING"; int int_word_count Char_Count(strcount); cout<<"word count is "<<int_word_count; } int Char_Count(char *get_string) { int count 0; if (get_string ! NULL) { for (;*(get_string+count) ! ' ';++count); } return count; }

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