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Key Terms

TermDefinition
Software A set of instructions, also called a program or application, that tells computer how to perform tasks
Operating A software that controls all the other software programs and allows the computer to perform basic tasks.
Hardware All of the physical parts of a computer.
Digital Information that is represented as individual pieces of data using the numbers 1 and 0, rather than a continuous stream.
Hare Drive A built-in storage device inside a computer.
Input Information that is entered into a computer.
Output Information that a computer produces or processes.
External Storage Device A storage device that can be easily removed from a computer and is often small and portable.
Read-Only Memory (ROM) Memory that holds data that can be read by a digital device but can't be changed or deleted.
E-Portfolio A collection of the best documents and projects you have created and saved in an electronic format
Created by: Quentin5