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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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  1. The first digital computer built with IC chips was known as
  2. Registers, which are partially visible to users and used to hold conditional, are known as
  3. People often call ______ as the brain of computer system
  4. The two basic types of record access methods are:
  5. Which one is the largest space?
  6. What produces useful information out of data?
  7. Which of the following magazines covers only the IBM PC and its compatibles?
  8. The act of retrieving existing data from memory is called
  9. An area of a computer that temporarily holds data waiting to be processed is________
  10. Which part of the computer is directly involved in executing the instructions of the computer program?
  11. The first electronic computer was developed by
  12. Note book, laptop, palm, hand-held computers are coming under the category of________ computer
  13. What difference does the 5th generation computer have from other generation computers?
  14. When was the company named IBM?
  15. Which statement is valid about computer program?
  16. Which of the following is the first computer to use Stored Program Concept?
  17. Storage capacity of magnetic disk depends on
  18. UNIVAC is
  19. High density double sided floppy disks could store _____ of data
  20. Most of the first generation computers were
  21. Which device can understand difference between data & programs?
  22. The notable features like keyboards, monitors, GUI were developed in
  23. A computer cannot 'boot' if it does not have the
  24. Any type of storage that is used for holding information between steps in its processing is
  25. Analog computer works on the supply of
  26. Which of the following does not store data permanently?
  27. Symbolic logic was discovered by
  28. The operating speed of third generation computer was
  29. The most important advantage of a video disk is
  30. How many types of storage loops exists in magnetic bubble memory