Three questions about OS and “current development of new information technologies”?

Question by majetn: Three questions about OS and “current development of new information technologies”?
Where is the operating system located?
I. It is stored on the hard disk
II. It is stored in ROM
III. It is part of an integrated application package
A. I only
B. I and II
C. II and III
D. I, II and III
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What is the name of the process which loads the operating system into the computer and stores it in the main memory?
A. Initialising
B. Formatting
C. Booting
D. Processing

______________________________________________________

Which trend does not describe the current development of new information technologies?
B. Faster, cheaper, more powerful hardware
C. The merging of existing technologies to create new technologies

Best answer:

Answer by no1home2day
Yes, the operating system is, in deed, located on the computer.

Yes, there is, in fact, a process that loads the operating system into the computer and stores it in the main memory.

The last question is “E) None of the above”

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But what if someone DOES answer your questions, then if a similar question is on a test, and you’re not able to ask your questions here in Yahoo, what will you do?

I think it’s best you study, do the research yourself, and actually learn something. Nobody gets a free pass, and if you got a job and treated your job the same way, you won’t have that job for too very long.

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