Computer Forensics 2

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What command is used to navigate complex programs using speech recognition?
Which program allowed you to run Windows XP?
2. How is the speed of a processor measured?
Where in Windows can a user manually end a running program?
6. What is the command to view a directory listing?
Which Windows program rearranges hard drive storage blocks?
19. Which device is considered to have temporary memory?
To sharpen a graphic which filter is commonly used?
Finish the pattern: megabytes,gigabytes,...
What two features are always noted when comparing hard drives?
What is the name of the PS tool used to add arrows for labeling purposes?
What does BCC stand for in emails?
What does IP stand for?
Which HD has many copper pins located in its data port area?
What is the metal “comb” frequently found on processors?
When using PS what key must be pressed before using the clone stamp tool?
If the arm of a hard drive locks up due to high temperature, which appliance is used to fix this issue?
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AVI, WMV and MOV are all this type of file.
List the two most common processor manufactures?
How many alphanumeric characters make up a Windows XP serial number?
What type of server will outgoing email go through?
What does USB stand for?
14. If a motherboard has a total of 2gb of RAM what is that number converted to megabytes?
List the two most common hard drive makers?
What are the two current USB speeds?
Which PS feature adds a thin black line around the perimeter of an object?
Which Windows Remote program allows for shared control?
To begin Windows Speech Recognition this command must be spoken?
What tool in PS allows you to change the color of an area?
This PS keyboard shortcut allows the user to reset the background and foreground colors to the defaults?
A key frame is commonly used in this program?
Which Windows Remote program does not use an invitation file?
MP3, WAV, and MIDI are all this type of file.

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