How Does a Computer Works
This flyer is about computers and how they work.
The floppy disk is a drive too, but it holds less data than a USB. The floppy disk can only hold 1.44 MB and a photo is about 4 or more MB. That means a floppy disk can't store any photos.
A HDD is a also a drive a lot bigger than the USB but doesn't mean it can hold more. HDD stands for Hard Disk Drive.
A SSD is a drive. It stands for Solid State Drive.
The LCD does not have the extra back piece. it's thinner and uses less energy it also has greater data quality. The good thing about LCD is that it is thinner and the data is better quality than the CRT. The good things about the CRT it that the monitor is a lot cheaper than a LCD. The bad sides of the CRT monitor is that it works slow and the data quality isn't as good as the LCD. the bad things about the LCD monitor is that they are a lot more expensive than the CTR.
Inputs and Outputs
The 4 Generations of Computers
The second generation computer was the Elliot 803. Elliot 803 was popular in universities and uses a tape like Colossus. The Elliot 803 was similar to Colossus cause it uses tape and takes up a lot of space.
The third generation computer was Integrated circuit. It was bought by the government department, businesses and universities. Another way to put data into the computer would be to place what you want onto the card and the computer would read it.
The fourth generation computer was the BBC Micro. It was made by a group of 5-6 people. It was bought by individual for their homes and work but they were still bought by businesses and universities.