Monthly Archives: September 2011

Important Objective Type Questions 51-100

(70)10 = (1000110). [ divide 70 by 2 repeatedly until quotient is zero, write down remainders from bottom to top.] NTFS is abbreviation for new technology file system     . USB stands for Universal serial Bus. AGP stands for Accelerated graphical port. Roman number system is an example of non-positional number system. PPP stands for point-to-point… Read More »

Important objective type questions 1-50

FTP stand for     file transfer protocol. Lady ADA is the mother of computer.    VINT CERF     is the father of Internet. Nibble consists of   4   bits.   Google     and   Yahoo   are the two search engines. TCP/IP stands for Transmission control protocol/Internet protocol. One sector on Hard Disk holds   512    bytes.  Dos, window and UNIX are… Read More »

Advantages and Disadvantages Of Internet

what are the advantages and disadvantages of internet Internet has many advantages for users along with some disadvantages too. Let us discuss the benefits of using Internet first. ADVANTAGES OF INTERNET what are the advantages and disadvantages of internet Following are the main advantages of internet: 1. THE WORLD WIDE WEB This is also called… Read More »

Electronic Data Processing In Business

NEED OF ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING Today, no business can exist without information. There is no more business without information. To improve the business there is a need to improve data processing and information system. Now it’s the age of competition that involves information technology for faster and accurate data processing. These days computer is playing… Read More »

Explain Different Types of Data Processing and Advantages Disadvantages

Today we will discuss different types or levels of data processing in detail. Let us define Data processing first. DATA PROCESSING Data processing is the sequence of operations performed on data to convert it into useful information. These operations may be arithmetic, statistical or logical operations. We can arrange or classify data. We can send… Read More »