As you hopefully know, here at Devolutions we think we have the SMARTEST community of IT pros in the world (make that the galaxy). But every now and then, we like to throw out a quiz to test this immense wisdom. In the past, we’ve tested your knowledge of two sacred topics: Star Trek and Remote Desktop Manager.

Today, I’m thrilled to share the latest addition to our diagnostic roster by asking: are you a TRUE techie? Take this quiz and find out!

Where is the world’s largest Li-ion battery system?
How many megabytes are in a gigabyte?
What does BIOS stand for?
AOL was originally what kind of company?

The details: AOL began in 1983, as a short-lived venture called Control Video Corporation (or CVC), founded by Bill von Meister. Its sole product was an online service called GameLine for the Atari 2600 video game console. Source: Wikipedia 

Which programming language is used to create program like applets?
What is the protocol used for the majority of network/internet traffic?
What did Nokia originally sell? (Hint: the company was founded in 1865)

For the first 90 years, Nokia was a forest products and power industry company, with activities such as electricity generation.

What Does “HTTP” Stand For?
Who was featured in the very first Apple logo?

First Apple Logo

The details: The very first Apple logo featured Sir Isaac Newton sitting underneath a tree, with an apple about to hit his head.

The average person blinks about 20 times per minute. How many times does the average computer user blink per minute?
Can 32-bit programs run on a 64-bit version of Windows?
What company first introduced the 1TB hard drive?
.gif is an extension of what file type?
When it first launched, how many megabytes was the hard drive of the Apple II?
What Does RDP Stand For?
The binary system uses the power of:
What material was used to create the first mouse?
Which of the following is used to represent alphanumeric characters in computers?
What company started in a garage?
How many bits are used by an IPv6 address?
True Techie Quiz