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    Question: Which of these is not a computer operating system?
    Answer: Photoshop is a program used to manipulate digital images. The other programs operate whole computers.
    Question: In what form does the Internet move information between users’ computers?
    Answer: Data is broken into small groups called packets that contain the recipient’s address so that they can travel over available lines and be reassembled in order on arrival.
    Question: What was the Universal Automatic Computer nicknamed?
    Answer: The Univac computer was built in the 1950s. It was one of the most powerful computers of its time, though it seems very primitive by today’s standards.
    Question: Which of the following is a computer operating system?
    Answer: Invented in the early 1990s, Linux is a variant of the UNIX operating system, which has been in use since the 1960s.
    Question: Which of these operating systems is made by Microsoft?
    Answer: Microsoft released the first version of its Windows operating system in 1985.
    Question: Which of these is not a computer font?
    Answer: Helvetica, Times, and Garamond are popular typographic fonts, widely distributed in computer systems such as Windows.
    Question: Which of these relates to a computer?
    Answer: A megabyte is a unit of computer memory. It is made up of 1024 kilobytes.
    Question: Which of these is part of a computer?
    Answer: A keyboard is an important part of a computer. It allows the user to enter data by typing numbers and letters.
    Question: What is a word relating to transferring electronic data?
    Answer: To download something means to move data from one location to another. Usually a download involves copying data from the Internet.
    Question: Which of these is not a well-known computer manufacturer?
    Answer: Mercedes-Benz is a famed German automaker.
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