Everyone take this test for getting more job.
QUESTION 1:Which of the following statements is true if you open an existing file, make changes to it, and save it with a new name?
a.The original file will be deleted.
b.The original file remains unchanged.
c.The changes will be saved in the original file
d.The original file is sent to the Recycle Bin
QUESTION 2:The left side of the Start menu contains two parts, separated by a thin horizontal line. The Windows XP term for manually inserting a shortcut to one of your chosen applications into the top part of the left side (by using the right-context menu of the application in Windows Explorer) is called:
a.Attaching an application to the Start menu.
b.Pinning an application to the Start menu
c.Placing an application into the Start menu.
d.Porting an application to the Start menu
QUESTION 3:Which of the following features is/are available in Windows XP?
a.A built-in CD burner
b.Windows Media Player
d.Internet Connection Firewall
e. Microsoft Excel
QUESTION 4:The Microsoft file format that contains the bitmapped graphics and metadata for the skins used in the three preinstalled Windows XP visual themes is:
QUESTION 5:Which of the following statements about the Stand By option while shutting down your computer is/are correct?
a.It waits for 5 minutes before shutting down the computer.
b.It helps to conserve power by shutting off some hardware, like the hard disk.
c.It shuts down the computer for a specific time and then restarts it.
d.Stand By will save your desktop and all open files to a special Windows file called hiberfil.sys. This file usually resides in the computer's root folder (C:\hiberfil.sys).
QUESTION 6:Which statement(s) about the Recycle Bin is/are correct?
a.All deleted files except media files are sent to the Recycle Bin
b.You can restore any selected files from the Recycle Bin folder by right clicking and then selecting Restore.
c.The Recycle Bin stores files for one month before permanently deleting them.
d.More than one file at a time cannot be restored from the Recycle Bin.
QUESTION 7:Which of the following statements about Windows XP features is/are correct?
a.Windows XP can automatically download updates.
b.Windows XP offline files allows you to synchronize your files with your file server.
c.If Fast User Switching is enabled, you cannot use offline files.
d.There is a "System Restore" functionality within Windows XP.
QUESTION 8:While viewing file names through the Windows Explorer, what happens if you drag and drop a file named letter1.txt on top of another file named letter2.txt lying in the same folder?
a.The contents of letter2.txt will be replaced by the contents of letter1.txt.
b.The contents of letter1.txt will be replaced by the contents of letter2.txt.
c.The contents of letter1.txt will be appended to the contents of letter2.txt.
d.The contents of letter2.txt will be appended to the contents of letter1.txt.
e.Nothing will happen.
QUESTION 9:Which of the following type of objects can you search on your computer and on the network, using Windows XP Search Companion?
a.People in your contact list
e.All of the above
QUESTION 10:You can create and edit files using the Windows Notepad. What is the extension of a file that has been created using Notepad?
QUESTION 11:Microsoft makes available a tool called the _____________________ for checking computers with a Windows operating system. This tool helps remove infections left by third-party software installed on the computer and displays a report describing the outcome in a log file named mrt.log in the %WINDIR%\debug folder.
a.Microsoft Reliability Tool
b.Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool
c.Microsoft Windows Antivirus Tool
d.Microsoft Recovery Tool
QUESTION 12:Windows XP includes a new type of view for folders that contain graphics files. This folder view is called _________ and displays small images of all the graphics in the folder in the bottom right-hand pane of Windows Explorer and a large image of a selected picture in the top right-hand pane.
QUESTION 13:You have created a directory called TEST that includes the files test1.txt, test2.txt, test3.txt, test4.txt, test5.txt, and test6.txt. How can you select test2.txt, text3.txt, and test6.txt from the list of files visible in the Windows Explorer?
a.Press Ctrl and click on the three required files, one by one.
b.Press Shift and click on the three required files, one by one.
c.Press Alt and click on the three required files, one by one.
d.Right-click each file name, one by one, and choose the Cut option.
QUESTION 14:State whether the following statement is true or false.
With Windows XP, you cannot specify that files with certain file name extensions should always open in the same program.
QUESTION 15:What should you type on the command prompt to return back to Windows?
QUESTION 16:Starting with Windows 95, the File Manager tool for organizing and controlling the files and folders of the computer's storage systems, such as the hard drive(s) and disk drive(s) has been called:
QUESTION 16: Windows Ta:Windows XP has several command-line utility tools for troubleshooting the computer. Suppose that your computer seems to have a problem with connecting to the Internet. Before reporting your connectivity problems to your ISP, which tool could you use to display the current TCP/IP network configuration values and to refresh the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and Domain Name System (DNS) settings?
QUESTION 18:Which of the following activities can you accomplish with the Remote Desktop feature in Windows XP?
a.You can get a miniature view of your desktop by clicking on the Desktop icon.
b.You can automatically clear up unwanted Desktop icons.
c.You can view files and documents on your computer's desktop from a coworker's computer.
d.You can view files and documents on any computer's desktop from your computer.
QUESTION 19:Windows XP tracks whatever files that load during every boot and application launches, and the operating system uses that information to prefetch files into RAM. These prefetch data are parsed into a file named __________ located in the Windows\Prefetch folder on the boot drive. Every three days, a limited defragmentation operation automatically occurs in the background during idle for only those files in that file to further speed up the computer's file access.