Computer Literacy - Basic Assessment

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This Computer Literacy - Basic assessment is designed to measure the skills of a person familiar with some of the technical aspects of computer knowledge as well as knowledge generally known by users that covers terminology and practices associated with basic computer use. This assessment is ideal for the user with some understanding of how to keep a computer running at its optimal performance level, as well as fix basic computer problems. The assessment addresses simple computer troubleshooting and maintenance as well as the basics of navigating through Windows (2000, XP, and 7). Topics covered by this assessment include hardware, software, safety, the Internet, and Windows.

Assessments for Internet Research Skills, Internet Basics, and Macintosh Basics are also available.

Number of questions 40
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Data
Storage Devices
Tasks tested Clicking Files
Computer Problems
Connecting a Computer to a Network
Data Backup
Data Editing
Data Manipulation
Deleting Recently Viewed Sites
Email Recipient
Exiting a Program
File Size
File Types and Extensions
General Usage
Hard Disks
Hidden Files and Folders
Identifying Internet Terms
Installing Printers
Installing Virus Scan Software
Internet Usage
Linking Computers
Major OS Problems
Manipulating Windows
Mouse Use
Moving the Mouse
Password Protection
Plug-In Devices
Primary Hard Drive
Recycle Bin Use
Replying to Email
Screen Resolution
Screen Saver
Troubleshooting Audio
Virus Risk
Virus Safety
Web Browser
Windows Task Manager
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)