Free Computer Trivia Questions With Answers About Computers and the Internet

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Fun computer trivia questions and answers.

Computer trivia questions from the 1990's are the subject of this page. Use them for your trivia games.

What must-read magazine for computer fans bit the dust in 1999?
A: Byte.

What nationwide movie guide and ticket business became part of the AOL family in 1999?


What Amazon founder was the first-dot-com exec to be named Time's Person of the Year?
 A: Jeff Bezos.

What Apple portable debuted in a choice of two fruity color schemes, Blueberry or Tangerine?
A: The iBook.

What Outlook macro virus, with a dainty female name, was the first to infect a million computers?
A: Melissa.

What rural state provided WiFi for all residents, earning it a Yahoo "Most Wired City in America" award?
A: Nevada.

What Windows virus damaged 500,000 hard drives on the 13th anniversary of Russia's deadliest nuclear disaster?
A: Chernobyl.

What movie did Apple use to hype its new QuickTime4 format, sparking a net-clogging 25 million downloads of the trailer?
A: Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

What nasty 1999 computer worm, named after a lap dancer, first appeared inside a list of passwords to pornographic websites?
A: Melissa.

What communications giant owned Palm Computing when it produced the first handheld with integrated wireless Internet connectivity?
A: 3com.

What online service got slapped with a lawsuit by volunteer "Community Leaders" who said they were really employees and deserved back wages?
A: America Online.

90s computer trivia

More 90s computer trivia questions and answers.

What game system, the first to come equipped with a modern, clogged up phone lines in Europe as many purchasers got online for the first time?
A: Dreamcast.

What computer outfit's ad 1984, run only once during Super Bowl XVIII, did TV Guide declare to be the best commercial of all time, in 1999?
A: Apple's.

What Apple media file format became the basis for MPGE-4 files?
A: QuickTime.

What did critics dub the glitchy  USB "plug and play" feature of Windows 98?
A: "Plug and pray".

What file-sharing software was named for creator Shawn Fanning's frizzy hair?
A: Napster.

What high-tech upgrade did the New York Times dub "$90 Worth of Duct Tape" in 1998?
A: Windows 98.

What  was the first fast-food restaurant to offer patrons 20 free minutes of Internet time?
A: Burger King.

What Pixar release was the first feature film to be entirely computer-animated?
A: Toy Story.

What high-tech mogul appeared on a 1995 cover of Time headlined "Master of the Universe"?
A: Bill Gates.

What website did the founder of the Echo Bay Technology Group register, when he found that was already taken?

What U.S. state capital's space-age new airport was plagued by software problems that kept dumping baggage all over the basement?
A: Denver's.

What company, while still called AuctionWeb, registered its first sale when bidding for a busted laser pointer topped out at $14?

What search engine did Digital Equipment Corporation develop to manage its old e-mail?
A: Alta Vista.

What does the "W" stand for on a WAP phone?
A: Wireless.

What type of computer programs did the Dark Avenger Mutation Engine promise to make more powerful?
A: Viruses.

What computer accessory did Apple try splitting in two in 1993, in an attempt to reduce injuries?
A: The Keyboard.