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Computer Hardwear

RAM Temporary memory that stores information for the length of time a computer or program is left running.
Moniter A device that provides visual displays on a computers' output
Mouse A common computer pointing device than controls the cursor
USB small portable memory drives
Keyboard A device allowing users to enter data
Printer A device that prints mostly text and illustrations on paper
Floppy Disk Thin, square plates used for storing data
CPU The main computer chip that manages the flow of information
A-Drive The place where you insert a floppy disk into your computer
D-Drive The place where you insert a DVD/video game into your computer
Fax Machine A device that has scanners to read documents and translates data and send them across phone lines and printers
Speakers Plug-in sound protection systems
Headphones A head set like speakers except the sound is muted to everyone except the person who is wearing the headphones
Screen The projection system of the computer. What you are looking at now.
System Unit The device attached to the monitor containing mainly important parts.
Power Supply It supplys the computer with power
USB Port The place on the computer where you plug in your USB
Created by: Rat4rat



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