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QUIZ: Common Computer and Internet Acronyms

We seems to be surrounded by them these days: PC, SMS, DVD… This quiz is about the meaning of Common Computer and Internet Acronyms.  I give you the acronym, and you choose what it stands for. Simple? Of course it is – now let’s see how well you do!

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Answers correct per Acronyms List. Cover image CC BY-SA 2.0 by tuchodi.

  • What does PC stand for?

    • Personal Computer
    • Physical Computer
    • Portable Computer
  • CD-ROM

    • Compact Data Random Output Memory
    • Compact Disc Read-Only Memory
    • Central Disc Rapid Optimization Memory

    • American Standard Code for Information Interchange
    • Agnostic Serial Conduction Internet-Intranet
    • Automated Semi-Conductor Intertext Information
  • CPU

    • Compact Processing Unit
    • Core Portable Unifier
    • Central Processing Unit
  • DVD

    • Dimensional Video Descriptor
    • Digital Versatile Disc
    • Domain Virtual Disc
  • FAQ

    • Frequently Answered Queries
    • Filed Answered Queries
    • Frequently Asked Questions
  • GIF

    • Graphics Interchange Format
    • Graphical Information Format
    • Global Internet File
  • IP

    • Interchange Personalization
    • Internet Protocol
    • Information Parameters
  • ISP

    • Information System Provider
    • Interchange Scalability Provider
    • Internet Service Provider
  • RAM

    • Remote Access Memory
    • Random Automated Memory
    • Random Access Memory
  • SMS

    • Simple Messaging Service
    • Short Message Service
    • Short Messaging Server
  • URL

    • Uniform Resource Locator
    • Unified Reiteration Logic
    • Unitary Rational Locator
  • Y2K

    • Yottasiemens Dual Kinesis
    • Yield To Knowledge
    • Year 2000
  • USB

    • Universal Salty Biscuit
    • Universal Sugary Breakfast
    • Universal Serial Bus

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  1. So, if you go to the international standards organization, your question 11 has two correct answers both simple and short. The reason for changing the original standard, SMS to simple was the addition of the RSS protocols. IE, really simple syndication, includes SMS functionality.

    Awesome quiz Norman!~

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