In the making
In this picture Tim Berners-lee is trying to think of a useful invention that could change the world forever.
World Wide Web
He then decided to create the world wide web.
This is Tim with one of the first computers, he is using the World Wide Web.
The Four Generations Of Computers
The First Generation
The Second Generation
The Third Generation
The Fourth Generation
Inputs & Outputs
Rom And Ram
ROM is memory that cannot be changed by a program or user. ROM retains its memory even after the computer is turned off. For example, ROM stores the instructions for the computer to start up when it is turned on again.
RAM is a fast temporary type of memory in which programs, applications and data are stored. Here are some examples of what's stored in RAM:
- the operating system
- the graphical user interface (GUI)
If a computer loses power, all data stored in its RAM is lost.
Parts Of A Computer
Motherboard for an Acer desktop personal computer, showing the typical components and interfaces that are found on a motherboard. This model was made by Foxconn in 2007, and follows the ATX layout (known as the "form factor") usually employed for desktop computers. It is designed to work with AMD's Athlon 64 processor
It gives us information about things but you could have added more information. I liked all the videos because they worked and gave more information. 8/10 :)