Which of the following is the most powerful computers?

A. Mainframe Computer

B. Mini Computers

C. Micro Computers

D. Super Computers

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  2. Which of the following memories need refresh?
  3. What is the name of the display feature that highlights are of the screen which requires operator attention?
  4. Which of the following is used only for data entry and storage, and never for processing?
  5. When was the first electro-mechanical computer developed?
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  10. CPU speed of a personal computer is
  11. The binary system uses powers of
  12. Mark I is also known as
  13. The ________ is the amount of data that a storage device can move from the storage medium to the Computer…
  14. To produce high quality graphics (hardcopy) in color, you would want to use a/n
  15. EBCDIC stands for
  16. The most commonly used standard data code to represent alphabetical, numerical and punctuation characters…
  17. The first computer introduced in Nepal was
  18. Who invented punched cards?
  19. Which of the following is not true?
  20. What does DMA stand for?
  21. in which year was UKs premier computing event called ?The which computer? started?
  22. Algorithm and Flow chart help us to
  23. Dot-matrix is a type of
  24. The act of retrieving existing data from memory is called
  25. The proper definition of a modern digital computer is
  26. High level language is also called
  27. Artificial Intelligence is associated with which generation?
  28. Who designed the first electronics computer ENIAC?
  29. Where are data and programme stored when the processor uses them?
  30. ________ are used for plotting graphs and design on papers