hard drive

hard drive

All about hard drives


Hard drive is also known as (Hdd)as meaning hard drive disk

It’s a fundamental part of an modern computer

Functioning as an internal storage device

A hard drive can save or store any kind of data. a hard drive could cost any but some only costs £49.95



Motherboards


It is securely attached to a via small screws through pre drilled hole

Power from the power supply is delivered to the motherboard by use of a specially designed port.

The desktop motherboard and case are designed so that when peripheral cards are used, the sides of the cards fit just outside the back end, making their ports available for use. motherboards can also cost about £170.99



Inputs And Outputs


An input is data that a computer receives. An output is data that a computer sends.

The computer sits between the input and output devices. A computer program processes and digitises the input information. The result is then sent to an output device such as a screen.

Outputs are activities conducted or products created that reach targeted participants, populations, specific audiences, decision makers or groups of individuals. inputs and outputs could cost any amount (£42.98 or £109.77)


TOUCH SCREENS


Touchscreen monitors are based on three different technologies: resistive, capacitive and surface wave.

The first touchscreen phone was launched in 1992 by IBM.The IBM Simon is also referred as the first smartphone

a display device which allows the user to interact with a computer by touching areas on the screen which could costs a lot of money maybe about £60 or £70


OPTICAL DRIVE

Alternatively referred to as optical media, optical storage, Optical disc drive (ODD), and optical disk, an optical disc is any media read using a laser assembly.

The most common types of optical media are Blu-ray, CDs, and DVDs

A CD drive can only read CD discs, a DVD drive can only read DVD and CD discs, and Blu-ray can read CD, DVD, and Blu-ray discs. thiscouyld also cost a lot off money (£60 Or £70)


ALAN TURING


Alan Turing was a man before his time. This brilliant English code-breaker helped turn the tide of World War II, and was arguably one of the fathers of the entire field of computer science

Including his nephew sir john turing, the turing trust was set up by his closest family members

Alan Turing is most widely known for his critical involvement in the codebreaking at Bletchley Park during the Second World War.