By John Cheeseman
- CPU stands for Central Processing Unit.
- It is the hardware within the computer that puts on screen what you do on a program, using...
- Basic arithmetic
- logical and imput/output operations
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- A moniter, (also known as a screen, display or visual display unit)
- The moniter displays/shows what you do on the computer
- RAM or Random Access Memory is a kind of data storage for a computer
- A RAM is the place where what you are doing is stored at the moment you're doing it
- Eg. The typing I am doing now is being stored on the RAM
- A drive is where your documents are stored
- A drive is the computers ain storage that pemanantly stores all information on the computer.
- Also known as HD or HDD
- ROM or Read Only Menory is a type of storage used in computers
- Data stored in ROM cannot can be modified
- A MOTHERBOARD, (ALSO KNOWN AS A MAINBOARD,SYSTEM BOARD,PLANAR BOARD OR LOGIC BOARD) IS A CIRCUIT BOARD IN COMPUTERS WHICH HOLDS MANY KEY COMPONENTS, SUCH AS THE CPU AND THE MEMORY.
- A TOUCH SCREEN IS A TYPE OF VISUAL DISPLAY THAT CAN DETECT THE LOCATION OF A TOUCH IN THE DISPLAY AREA
- IT ALLOWS SOMEONE TO INTERACT WITH WHAT IS ON SCREEN, INSTEAD OF HAVING TO USE A MOUSE OR TOUCH PAD
- IN COMPUTERS IMPUT/OUTPUT OR I/O IS A COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE COMPUTER (INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM) AND THE OUTSIDE WORLD OR ANOTHER INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM
- EG. A KEYBOARD OR MOUSE COULD BE CONSIDERED A FORM OF IMPUT WHILE A MONITER OR PRINTER IS CONSIDERED A FORM OF OUTPUT