Which of the following would you not see on a windows 10 start menu?

multiple choice Which of the following would you NOT see on a Windows 10 Start menu? a. Task View b. Power c. apps list d. tiles 1. When an OS processes tasks in a priority order, it is known as a. preemptive interrupting b. interruptive multitasking c. multitasking handling d. preemptive multitasking 2. 
An example of an open source OS is a. Linux 3. 7. The first personal computers that used MS-DOS as the operating system had which kind of user interface? a. command-driven b. menu-driven c. graphical d. GUI A feature in Windows 10 that is used to organize open windows into task-specific groups is called a. Program Manager b. Virtual View c. Snap Assist. d. Virtual Desktops When a printer receives a command, it generates a unique signal to the OS, which is called a(n) a. interrupt b. event. c. slice d. none of the above. The C: drive on a Windows PC is like a large filing cabinet and is referred to as the a. main directory b. root directory c. library directory d. main path. b. macos d. DOS. Which of the following is not considered an c. Windows 4. 8. accessibility utility? a. Magnifier b. System Restore c. Narrator d. Speech Recognition Which of the following devices would use a real- time operating system? a. iPhone b. Roomba Vacuum c. Microsoft Surface tablet d. all of the above Special programs that facilitate interaction between hardware devices and the OS are called 5. 9. 6. 10. a. APIs. b. utility programs c. device drivers d. hardware players 
d. main path. true/false 1. Different versions of Linux are known as distros. 2. Modern desktop operating systems are considered single-user multitasking operating systems. 3. The power-on self-test ensures all peripheral devices are attached and operational. 4. System restore points can only be created by Windows automatically on a regular schedule. 5. Files deleted from a flash drive are sent to the Recycle Bin and could be recovered, if necessary. multiple choice Which of the following would you NOT see on a Windows 10 Start menu? a. Task View b. Power c. apps list d. tiles 1. When an OS processes tasks in a priority order, it is known as a. preemptive interrupting b. interruptive multitasking c. multitasking handling d. preemptive multitasking 2. 
An example of an open source OS is a. Linux 3. 7. The first personal computers that used MS-DOS as the operating system had which kind of user interface? a. command-driven b. menu-driven c. graphical d. GUI A feature in Windows 10 that is used to organize open windows into task-specific groups is called a. Program Manager b. Virtual View c. Snap Assist. d. Virtual Desktops When a printer receives a command, it generates a unique signal to the OS, which is called a(n) a. interrupt b. event. c. slice d. none of the above. The C: drive on a Windows PC is like a large filing cabinet and is referred to as the a. main directory b. root directory c. library directory d. main path. b. macos d. DOS. Which of the following is not considered an c. Windows 4. 8. accessibility utility? a. Magnifier b. System Restore c. Narrator d. Speech Recognition Which of the following devices would use a real- time operating system? a. iPhone b. Roomba Vacuum c. Microsoft Surface tablet d. all of the above Special programs that facilitate interaction between hardware devices and the OS are called 5. 9. 6. 10. a. APIs. b. utility programs c. device drivers d. hardware players 
d. main path. true/false 1. Different versions of Linux are known as distros. 2. Modern desktop operating systems are considered single-user multitasking operating systems. 3. The power-on self-test ensures all peripheral devices are attached and operational. 4. System restore points can only be created by Windows automatically on a regular schedule. 5. Files deleted from a flash drive are sent to the Recycle Bin and could be recovered, if necessary. multiple choice Which of the following would you NOT see on a Windows 10 Start menu? a. Task View b. Power c. apps list d. tiles 1. When an OS processes tasks in a priority order, it is known as a. preemptive interrupting b. interruptive multitasking c. multitasking handling d. preemptive multitasking 2. 
An example of an open source OS is a. Linux 3. 7. The first personal computers that used MS-DOS as the operating system had which kind of user interface? a. command-driven b. menu-driven c. graphical d. GUI A feature in Windows 10 that is used to organize open windows into task-specific groups is called a. Program Manager b. Virtual View c. Snap Assist. d. Virtual Desktops When a printer receives a command, it generates a unique signal to the OS, which is called a(n) a. interrupt b. event. c. slice d. none of the above. The C: drive on a Windows PC is like a large filing cabinet and is referred to as the a. main directory b. root directory c. library directory d. main path. b. macos d. DOS. Which of the following is not considered an c. Windows 4. 8. accessibility utility? a. Magnifier b. System Restore c. Narrator d. Speech Recognition Which of the following devices would use a real- time operating system? a. iPhone b. Roomba Vacuum c. Microsoft Surface tablet d. all of the above Special programs that facilitate interaction between hardware devices and the OS are called 5. 9. 6. 10. a. APIs. b. utility programs c. device drivers d. hardware players 
d. main path. true/false 1. Different versions of Linux are known as distros. 2. Modern desktop operating systems are considered single-user multitasking operating systems. 3. The power-on self-test ensures all peripheral devices are attached and operational. 4. System restore points can only be created by Windows automatically on a regular schedule. 5. Files deleted from a flash drive are sent to the Recycle Bin and could be recovered, if necessary. multiple choice Which of the following would you NOT see on a Windows 10 Start menu? a. Task View b. Power c. apps list d. tiles 1. When an OS processes tasks in a priority order, it is known as a. preemptive interrupting b. interruptive multitasking c. multitasking handling d. preemptive multitasking 2. An example of an open source OS is a. Linux 3. 7. The first personal computers that used MS-DOS as the operating system had which kind of user interface? a. command-driven b. menu-driven c. graphical d. GUI A feature in Windows 10 that is used to organize open windows into task-specific groups is called a. Program Manager b. Virtual View c. Snap Assist. d. Virtual Desktops When a printer receives a command, it generates a unique signal to the OS, which is called a(n) a. interrupt b. event. c. slice d. none of the above. The C: drive on a Windows PC is like a large filing cabinet and is referred to as the a. main directory b. root directory c. library directory d. main path. b. macos d. DOS. Which of the following is not considered an c. Windows 4. 8. accessibility utility? a. Magnifier b. System Restore c. Narrator d. Speech Recognition Which of the following devices would use a real- time operating system? a. iPhone b. Roomba Vacuum c. Microsoft Surface tablet d. all of the above Special programs that facilitate interaction between hardware devices and the OS are called 5. 9. 6. 10. a. APIs. b. utility programs c. device drivers d. hardware players d. main path. true/false 1. Different versions of Linux are known as distros. 2. Modern desktop operating systems are considered single-user multitasking operating systems. 3. The power-on self-test ensures all peripheral devices are attached and operational. 4. System restore points can only be created by Windows automatically on a regular schedule. 5. Files deleted from a flash drive are sent to the Recycle Bin and could be recovered, if necessary.

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