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TermDefinition
Computer electronic devise that is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate information (data) information.
CPU (central processing unit) silicon chip that processes data and carries out instructions given to the computer.
Hard drive a non-removable hard drive, which is fast and holds a great deal of information
Hardware parts of your computer you can see and touch
Icons small pictures to remind you of each button’s function.
Input devices used to enter data into a computer.
Monitor output devise that provides a visual representation of the information stored in the computer.
Mouse hand held device you use to move a pointer across the screen.
Output devices any device which allows information to flow out of the computer.
RAM number of silicon chips inside a computer that hold information as long as the computer is turned on.
ROM small bit of memory that stays in the computer when it is turned off. This allows the computer to boot up.
Software – collection of programs and other data input that tells the computer how to operate and how to manipulate data.
Virus computer program that causes damage to software or files on a computer
E-mail use of a computer network to send and receive messages.
Internet vast network of computers linked to one another
LAN when all the computers in a network are close together.
Modem piece of equipment that connects a computer to the telephone lines.
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