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Computer System Architecture Quiz

MCQ: Continuing operation with failure of one component of computer system is called

  1. graceful upgradation
  2. fault tolerant
  3. upgradation
  4. graceful degradation


Operating system structure Quiz

MCQ: Invalid memory access to computer system is a

  1. trap
  2. program
  3. process
  4. interrupt


Resource Allocation and Ownership Quiz

MCQ: A useful tool in characterizing and allocating of resources to process is the

  1. User Allocation Graph
  2. Time Allocation Graph
  3. Resource Allocation Graph
  4. Location Allocation Graph


Operating system services Quiz

MCQ: GUI interface of operating system is an abbreviation of

  1. graphics user interface
  2. graphical user interface
  3. graphical user interfacing
  4. graphics user interfacing


User operating system interface Quiz

MCQ: Rm file.txt command is used by

  1. windows
  2. UNIX
  3. Linux
  4. UNIX and Linux