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Card reader a device that transfers data between a memory card and a computer.
Device driver software that helps a peripheral device establish communication with a computer.
Gigahertz (GHz) a measure of the frequency equivalent to one billion cycles per second.
Linux platform uses a standard PC or Mac to run the Linux operating system.
Mac platform based on a proprietary design for a personal computer called the Macintosh or Mac, manufactured almost exclusively by Apple Inc.
Malware a program or a set of program instructions that are designed to enter a computer and disrupt its normal operations.
Megahertz (MHz) a measure of the frequency equivalent to one million cycles per second.
Mobile App an application designed to be downloaded to a handheld device like a smartphone or tablet computer.
PC Platform based on the design for the IBM PC.
Peripheral device designates input, output, and storage equipment that might be added to a computer system to enhance its functionality.
Service Pack a collection of patches designed to correct bugs and/or add features to an existing software program.
System Unit the case that holds the computer’s main circuit boards, microprocessor, memory, power supply, and storage devices.
System Utilities can track down and fix disk errors, repair corrupted files, and give devices a performance-enhancing tune-up.
Created by: Bryan Rivera