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Computer Basics1

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What houses the CPU Tower case
What does CD-ROM stand for Compound Disk Read only Memory
What does CD-RW stand for Compound Disk ReWritable
What is in input device There are several ways to get new information or input into a computer. The two most common ways are the keyboard and the mouse.
what is in output device Output devices display information in a way that you can you can understand.
What are computers made out of electronic components or parts
What is a power supply to take electricity from your house and convert it into a current that works for your computer
The motherboard gets its name because it is like a mother to all of the other circuit boards
Where are the expansion cards located on the motherboard
What is a modem an expansion card that allows computers to talk to each other.
What does CPU stand for Central Processing Unit
Bios stands for Basic Input Output System
Ram Stands for Ramdom Access Memory
What are ports the places on the outside of the computer case where you plug in hardware
What are disk drives read information off of storage disks
Created by: nelsonr