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unit 2

computer an electronic device that processes data.
personal computer(PC) used by one person at a time.
central processing unit (CPU) the computers brain
bit the smallest unit of information, always either a 1 or a 0.
byte the building block for all information that flows through a computer.
hardware the collection of physical devices that make up your computer system.
input when a user enters information int a computer.
output when a computer delivers information back to user.
random-access memory(RAM) temporary information that a computer uses only when it works with a particular file.
read-only meomory(ROM) the permanent information on your hard drive.
storage device a hard drive, a server, or a disk.
software a set of instructions that makes it possible for your computer to preform tasks.
operating system(OS) the main program to make your computer work.
network a group of computers connected together.
drive the largest storage area.
folder a plave to save and organize files.
file a collection of data.
keyword a word keyed into a search box that matches the topic you're looking for.
keyword search key one or more keywords the search results include all of the topics in which the keywords appear.
save as duplicate or copy a file by using this command.
shortcut an icon that is a direct link to a file or folder.
content search look for information from a list of categories and topics.
Created by: caylen_ryn_15