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  1. Name three ways that Windows 95 differs from Windows 3.x.
  2. What is Plug and Play? What is required for a component to be Plug and Play-compliant?
  3. Does Windows 95 still require MS-DOS?
  4. Which version of MS-DOS comes with Windows 95?
  5. Is CONFIG.SYS required to install GUI drivers?
  6. Why would you want to set the swap-file size in Windows 95?
  7. What is the main difference between Windows 3.x and Windows 95?
  8. Why can't older versions of disk utilities be used with Windows 95?
  9. After turning on the power to the computer, what is the first step in the boot-up process?
  10. In which directory do you find the external MS-DOS commands?
  11. What is FDISK used for?
  12. Define virtual memory.
  13. The Registry is composed of two binary files. Name them.
  14. What is the difference between an MS-DOS session and MS-DOS mode?
  15. If you are running in MS-DOS mode and the CD-ROM does not run, what must you do to get it running?
  16. Do you need a .PIF file to run an MS-DOS program in Windows 95?
  17. What are the five steps of a Windows 95 installation?
  18. Which version of Windows 95 uses FAT32?
  19. What is safe mode and what is it used for?
  20. What are the three Registry backup tools provided with Windows 95?


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