History of Computing

Alan Turning, Tim Berners-Lee all of them


I am going to talk about: Drives, Monitors, CPU's, Ram, Motherboards, Inputs/Outputs, and Touchscreens
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Tools, machine and other durable item. The machines, wiring and other physical components of a computer or other electric system.


A device driver is a smaller piece of software that tells the operating system and other software how to communicate with a piece of hardware.


CPU means Central Processing Unit. Thermal power loss modern processors reach 125 watts per cm square which then generates heat. Meanwhile, electric stove heater plate ranged between 7 and 10 watts per cm square. An American, Steve Chamberlin, build a cpu with mengguunakan Logic-Module and about 1250 cable for the project "Big Mess of Wires" hers. Homemade processor with a clock of 2 MHz is at the heart of a simple computer. Needed 16 to complete.


RAM means random access memory. Most modern computer systems have the capacity for more RAM to be added up to a maximum. The maximum allowed and the particular type and specification of the RAM will be found in the manual for the motherboard.


A motherboard is the physical arrangement in a computer that contains the computer's basic circuitry and components. On the typical motherboard, the circuitry is imprinted or affixed to the surface of a firm planar surface and usually manufactured in a single step.

Inputs/ Outputs

An Input device converts incoming data and instructions into a pattern of electrical signals in binary code that are comprehensible to a digital computer.