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. computer – electronic device that is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate information (data) electronically.
. CPU – electronic device that is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate information (data) electronically.
hard drive – electronic device that is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate information (data) electronically.
hardware – electronic device that is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate information (data) electronically.
icons – electronic device that is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate information (data) electronically.
. input devices – electronic device that is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate information (data) electronically.
. RAM (Random Access Memory) – number of silicon chips inside a computer that hold information as long as the computer is turned on
. output devices any device which allows information to flow out of the computer (monitor, printer)
mouse – hand-held device you use to move a pointer on the screen
. monitor output device that provides a visual representation of the information stored in the computer
. 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 (Local Area Network) – when all the computers in a network are close together, such as in the same building
Modem – piece of equipment that connects a computer to the telephone lines
netiquette – the rules of conduct for Internet users
network – two or more computers linked together to share files, software, and resources, such as printers
search engine – program used to search the Internet for any requested subject
server – computer in a network that controls the flow of data among other computers
URL (Uniform Resource Locator) – Internet address
WAN (Wide Area Network) – attached computers in a network are spread apart geographically, across a state or country
Web browser – software used to display web pages on your computer monitor
World Wide Web – system of computers that share information by means of hypertext links
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