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CBSE-2018-Foundation Of Information Technology-Class-X-Vol-I & II-As Per Latest Syllabus Issued By Cbse

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CONTENTS

UNIT-I   – BASICS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

UNIT-II-  INFORMATION PROCESSING TOOLS

UNIT-III-SOCIETAL IMPACTS OF IT

UNIT-IV- IT APPLICATIONS

SOCIETAL IMPACTS OF IT

VIRUS:

Computer viruses are small software programs that are designed to spread from one computer to another and to interface with computer operation.

A virus might corrupt or delete data on your computer, use your e-mail program to spread itself to other computers, or even erase everything on your hard disk.

Viruses are often spread by attachments in e-mail messages or instant messages. That is why it is essential that you never open e-mail attachments unless you know who it’s from and you are expecting it.

Viruses can be disguised as attachments  of funny images, greeting cards, or audio and video files.

Viruses also spread through downloads on the internet. They can be hidden in illicit software or other files or programs your might download.

A virus meet two criteria:

  • It must execute itself. It often places its own code in the path of execution of another program.
  • It must replicate itself. For example, it may replace other executable files with a copy of the virus infected file. Viruses can infect file. Viruses can infect desktop computers and network servers alike.

Some viruses are programmed to damage the computer by damaging programs, deleting files, or reformatting the hard disk. Others are not designed to do any damage, but simply to replicate themselves and make their presence known by presenting text, vedio, and audio messages. Even these benign viruses can create problems for the computer user

 

Author:

Indulata Gupta

B.E.(Computer)M.Tech (IT)

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FOUNDATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY-CLASS-X-Vol-I & II

CBSE-2017-18

CONTENTS

CHAPTER-1-:-INTERNET

CHAPTER-2-:-INTERNET & WEB SERVICES

CHAPTER-3-:-OFFICE TOOLS:DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

CHAPTER-4-:-INFORMATION REPRESENTATION METHODS:HTML

CHAPTER-5-:-HTML (HYPER TEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE)

CHAPTER-6-:-XML

CHAPTER-7-:-SOCIETAL IMPACTS OF IT

CHAPTER-8-:-IT APPLICATIONS–1

CHAPTER-9-:-IT APPLICATIONS–2

INTERNET-1

Internet is the best ever discovery by Information Technology. It is the latest buzzword among the computer users and users of the information centres nowadays. Everyone, whether he is working in the field of IT (Information Technology) or not, is very anxious to know about it. Internet is a world-wide computer Network that contains a large collection of information which could be made available to you on your computer and other devices. People using internet can retrieve any information of his/her interest.

INTERNET & WEB SERVICES-2

Dear Students, you have noticed that the idea of ‘relevance’ has slipped into the discussion. The purpose of an automatic retrieval strategy is to retrieve all the relevant documents at the same time retrieving as few of the none-relevant as possible. When the characterization of a document is worked out, it should be such that when the document it represents is relevant to a query, it will enable the document to be retrieved in response to that query. Human indexers have traditionally characterized documents in this way when assigning index terms to documents. The indexer attempts to anticipate the kind of index terms a user would employ to retrieve each document whose content he is about to describe.

OFFICE TOOLS : DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM-3

A database is a collection of information organized as to make it easy to view it, search it, retrieve the right detail, and collect the necessary facts in an easier, timely, and effortless manner as possible.

Author:

Indulata Gupta

B.E.(Computer)M.Tech (IT)