History of Computing

Alan Turning, Tim Berners-Lee all of them

Introduction

I am going to talk about: Drives, Monitors, CPU's, Ram, Motherboards, Inputs/Outputs, and Touchscreens
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Hardware

Tools, machine and other durable item. The machines, wiring and other physical components of a computer or other electric system.

Drives

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's

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

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.

Motherboards

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.