Inside Of A Computer
The motherboard is like a big city with many streets and highways that connect all of the buildings together.
Instead of streets and highways, the motherboard uses tiny electrical paths to the each component of the computer together.
These paths are called "buses."
v Sound comes from vibrations. These vibrations create sound waves which move through mediums such as air and water before reaching our ears.
v•Our ears vibrate in a similar way to the original source of the vibration, allowing us to hear many different sounds.
v•Dogs can hear sound at a higher frequency than humans, allowing them to hear noises that we can’t.
Serial ATA succeeded the older Parallel ATA (PATA) standard,[a] offering several advantages over the older interface: reduced cable size and cost (seven conductors instead of 40 or 80), native hot swapping, faster data transfer through higher signalling rates, and more efficient transfer through an (optional) I/O queuing protocol.
Early electronic computers, developed around the 1940’s, were the size of a large room and consumed huge amounts of electricity. They were vastly different to the modern computers we use today, especially when compared to small and portable laptop computers.
Computers are programmed to carry out instructions. These instructions are usually very simple and require adding numbers together, moving data from one place to another etc.
A computer program can include as little as a few instructions to upwards of millions of instructions depending on the complexity of the program. Modern applications such as word processors, web browsers and graphic editors take large teams of programmers a long time to complete.dern applications such as word processors, web browsers and graphic editors take large teams of programmers a long time to complete.
computer speakers, or multimedia speakers, are speakers external to a computer, that disable the lower fidelity built-in speaker.
They often have a low-power internal amplifier.
The standard audio connection is a 3.5 mm (approximately 1/8 inch) stereo phone connectors often color-coded lime green (following the pc 99 standard) for computer sound card.
The primary function of a power supply is to convert one form of electrical energy to another and, as a result, power supplies are sometimes referred to as electric power converters.
Some power supplies are discrete, stand-alone devices, whereas others are built into larger devices along with their loads.
what is the name of the machine he made
he made the machine called enigma and he was in the 1936 when he made it and this is a picture so that you can see what it is. for world war 2. it was to help with the world war 2 itralso crackex the cod for the wold war 2
what did he do?
this is what he did but in order
here they are:
1912 (23 June): Birth, Paddington, London
1926-31: Sherborne School
1930: Death of friend Christopher Morcom
1931-34: Undergraduate at King's College, Cambridge University
1932-35: Quantum mechanics, probability, logic. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge
1936: The Turing machine, computability, universal machine
1936-38: Princeton University. Ph.D. Logic, algebra, number theory
1938-39: Return to Cambridge. Introduced to German Enigma cipher machine
1939-40: The Bombe, machine for Enigma decryption
1939-42: Breaking of U-boat Enigma, saving battle of the Atlantic
1943-45: Chief Anglo-American crypto consultant. Electronic work.
1945: National Physical Laboratory, London
1946: Computer and software design leading the world.
1947-48: Programming, neural nets, and artificial intelligence
1948: Manchester University, first serious mathematical use of a computer
1950: The Turing Test for machine intelligence
1951: Elected FRS. Non-linear theory of biological growth
1952: Arrested as a homosexual, loss of security clearance
1953-54: Unfinished work in biology and physics
1954 (7 June): Death (suicide) by cyanide poisoning, Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Tim Berners Lee
Sir Timothy John Tim-Berners-Lee,also known as Tim, is an English computer scientist, best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web.