Computer GK : Computer Questions and Answers
1. Which Penguin is the mascot of Linux Operating system?
Ans : TUX
2. i pad is manufactured by
Ans : Apple
3. Which IT company got name from Sanfrancisco?
Ans : CISCO
4. "Connecting people" is the tagline of ....
Ans : Nokia
5. What is IMEI?
Ans : International Mobile Equipment Identity.
6. What is e-zine?
Ans : Electronic Magazines.
7. What is the expansion of ASCII?
Ans : American Standard Code for Information Interchange.
8. Who developed first portable computer?
Ans : Adam Osborne
9. What is NIC?
Ans : Network Interface Card
10. Whose motto is "wisdom of mass principle?
Ans : Wikipedia
11. Who is the father of computer ethics?
Ans : Norbetweiner.
12. Which Indian state implemented 'Cyber Grameen' ?
Ans : Andhra Pradesh
13. What is a blog?
Ans : Online journals and diaries.
14. What is NISG?
Ans : National Institute of Smart Governance
15. Tic-Tac-Toe is .....
Ans : 1st graphical game
16. "Oruma" is Linux based software development by?
Ans : Kerala State Electricity Board.
17. ABC (computer) was developed by ?
Ans : Atanasoff Berry (ABC means Atanasoff Berry Computer)
18. GPS was developed by?
Ans : US Army
19. Expand SUN in sun Micrsystem.
Ans : Stanford University Network
20. 'Being digital' is a famous book written by ?
Ans : Nicholars Negroponte.
21. What is Blue Brain project?
Ans : Cloning of human brain.
22. Which famous web site was found by Jeffry Bezos?
Ans : Amazon.com
23. What is Cyber bulling?
Ans : Threatening through internet
24. Cyber-check is software developed by .....
25. What is pod slumping?
Ans : Information theft by portable devices.
26. In which year the first legalized personal computer sold in Cuba?
Ans : 2008(May)
27. What is three finger salutes?
Ans : Pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del
28. In which year Microsoft Office was launched?
Ans : 1989
29. What is meant by Mouse potato?
Ans : It means a person who spends too much time in front of a computer.
30. Who wrote 'Just for fun' ?
Ans : Linus Torvalds. ( Just for Fun : The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary is a humorous autobiography of Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux kernel)