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computer basics

lessons 1-10

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DVD Digital Video Disc inkjet printer uses inks to print
input Tp put information into a computer power supply take electricity from your house and convert it into a current that works for your computer.
scanner copies a picture or document into the computer. motherboard mother to all of the other circuit boards RAM Random Access Memory
graphics tablet A pressure sensitive pad is plugged into the computer. expansion cards Each of these cards has a special purpose ROM Read Only Memory
monitor Output Devices sound card contains special circuits for operating the computer's sound. Ports are the places on the outside of the computer case where you plug in hardware.
CD-ROM short for Compact Disk - Read Only Memory. Speakers output devices Disk Drives read information off of storage disks.
CD-RW allows you to write information to the disk as well as read from it. printer output devices
video card handles graphics that are displayed on the monitor. modem expansion card that allows computers to talk to each other.
CPU Central Processing Unit BIOS Basic Input Output System
Created by: carlosmarrero