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Computer parts

hangman

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hardware things you can touch on a computer
software things you can't touch on a computer
motherboard main object that everything connects to
ram memory of a computer
peripheral things you don't need in a computer
input and output things a computer needs to work
mouse a type of input and output
hard drive a machine that writes data on a disc
DVD drive a digital optical disc storage reader
processor "brain" of the computer
fan cools the processor
cloud a place that stores data(not on your computer)
Hurts the speed of a computer
USB storage peripheral object
monitor what displays the data
speakers a input output device
keyboard a input output device
USB port connects the USB storage to the computer
graphics card controls what goes on the screen
floppy disk a flexible removable magnetic disk, typically encased in hard plastic,used for storing data
Created by: bbjw