CBSE Class 9 English Unseen Passage C

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CBSE Class 9 English Unseen Passage C. Students should do unseen passages for class 9 English which will help them to get better marks in English class tests and exams. Unseen passages are really scoring and practicing them on regular basis will be very useful. Refer to the unseen passage below with answers.

Read the Passages given below and answer the questions:-

Prior to powering up the computer system, make sure that the power cord is firmly connected to the back panel of the CPU and is plugged into the wall socket.

Check if the video cable is firmly screwed to the port of the video cord with the other end connected to the back panel of the monitor.

Make sure that both the keyboard and mouse pointing device are securely plugged to the back panel. Also, check if they are connected to the correct port by checking on the markings.

When all connections are secure, start up the machine by pressing the power button normally located in the front panel of the CPU

Depending on the configuration of the machine, a username and password may be requested; otherwise, the Operating System may be loaded directly to display the desktop to the user.

The proper way to turn off the computer system is by clicking on the 'start' button and choosing the "Turn off Computer' option.

To adjust the monitor settings, right click on any blank portion of the desktop and select the 'Properties' option from the context menu.

On the Display Properties' window, select the Settings tab to adjust the resolution of the screen.

For CD or DVD installers, insert the installation disk in the CD or DVD drive of as the machine. This will be automatically read and launched by the Operating System.

To extend the functionality of any computer system, software is normally installed into the local hard drive. A software installer may be through some media like a CD or DVD or from being downloaded from the Internet.

When the installation process is initiated, a new window will normally be displayed to the user. Majority of newer installers provide either a default or an advanced installation procedure. In most cases, simply click on the default process to allow the installer to complete the entire process with minimum user intervention.

Upon completion of the installation process, a user may be prompted to reboot the machine.

To launch the software, simply click on the 'Start' Menu, choose ‘All Programs’ and select from the menu the program intended to be run. An alternative to this process is to check if a shortcut link is created on the Desktop. Clicking this icon will also launch the associated program.

Answer the following Questions:

1.Where is the power cord connected?

2.What are securely plugged to the back panel?

3.When is the machine started up?

4.The proper way to turn off the computer system is... How?

5.Why do you right click on any blank portion of the desktop?

6.How is the software launched?

Find out a word from the passage which means

1.On part of something larger

2.A list possible choices shown on a computer screen

3.A thing you can choose out of two or more possibilities.

Suggested answers of the above Questions:-

1.The power cord is connected to the back panel of the CPU and is plugged into the wall socket.

2.The keyboard and the mouse pointing device are securely plugged to back panel.

3.The machine is started up when all connections are secure.

4.The proper way to turn off the computer system is by clicking on the start button and choosing the Turn off Computer' option.

5.I right click on any blank portion of the desktop to adjust the monitor setting.

6.The software is launched by clicking on the 'start' menu, choosing all programs' and selecting from the menu the program intended to be run.

7.Portion

8.Menu

9.alternative

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