Computers are utilised all across the world, and everyone should have a basic understanding of them.

Computers are utilised all across the world, and everyone should have a basic understanding of them.

The quiz below is designed to examine team members’ fundamental computer navigation skills and to test what you know about computers from your previous studies. Take advantage of it and see if you require a refresher in computers and their applications.

Answers to the questions

1. This occurs when you place your mouse in a specific location and then click:

A blinking line is one of the first things that comes to mind.

A hand, B.

A white arrow is C.

A CD-ROM is the fourth option.

2. An image on the screen changes as you:

A. Make a right-click

B. Click on the left-hand side of the screen

Mouse-Over C.

Double-Click (D)

3. When you click the start button and then the all applications button, you’ll be able to:

A. Show all of the files

B. Launch Excel.

C.

Showcase your categories

D.

Terminate a programme

4.

We occasionally lose track of where we stored a file or folder. If this occurs, take the following steps:

A.

The file has vanished.

B.

Begin your search.

C.

This is not going to happen.

5.

When a file is copied from one location to another, the original file:

A.

To Be Removed

B.

Be unaffected by anything

C.

Being Moved

6.

The following is displayed in the task bar at the bottom of your screen:

A.

Displays the icons and titles of all active programmes and folders on your screen.

B.

This programme lists all of the programmes that are installed on your computer.

C.

All deleted files from your current session are displayed.

7.

To see if your printer preferences have changed or to check them, go to:

A.

Choose printers by right-clicking on your start-up screen.

B.
Click the start button, choose devices and printers to select

C.
Click the start button and choose computer to select

8.
To minimize your screen you would:
A.
Exit out of the screen and open it back up when you a ready to proceed

B.
Right click on the screen and click on minimize

C.
Click on the small horizontal line in the upper right corner of your screen

9.
To highlight an item you would:
A.
Using your mouse, left click on the item

B.
Roll the mouse over the item

C.
Using your mouse, hold down the left button while going over the item

10.
To copy an item you would:
A.
Highlight the item, right click, and select copy

B.
Highlight the item, press Ctrl+C

C.
Highlight the item, left click, and select copy

D.
Both A and Bv