Processor

Or CPU (Central, Processing, Unit)

what is the processor

The processor is the brain of the computer, the more powerful your processor is, the faster your device. also the processor can be called the CPU.


The processor is responsible for handling all the instruction it receives from the hardware and the software running on the computer.

Understanding the CPU for beginners

Inside the Processor

In the CPU, the primary components are the AUL (Arithmetic Logic Unit) that performs mathematical, logical, and decision operations and the CU (Control Unit) that directs all of the processors operations. Over the history of computer processors
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The CPU itself is an internal component of the computer. Modern CPUs are small and square and contain multiple metallic connectors or pins on the underside. The CPU is inserted directly into a CPU socket, pin side down, on the motherboard.


Each motherboard will support only a specific type (or range) of CPU, so you must check the motherboard manufacturer's specifications before attempting to replace or upgrade a CPU in your computer. Modern CPUs also have an attached heat sink and small fan that go directly on top of the CPU to help dissipate heat.

What does the CPU do

What does the CPU do?

  1. The CPU (Central Processing Unit) is the part of a computer system that is commonly referred to as the "brains" of a computer. The CPU is also known as the processor or microprocessor. The CPU is responsible for executing a sequence of stored instructions called a program.

  2. from google.