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Computer 1

Electronic components in computers process data using instructions true
Screens for desktops cannot yet support touch false
smaller applications such as homes typically use a powerful expensive server to support their daily operations false
smartphones typically communicate wirelessely with othjer devices/computers true
as widespread as computers appear to be most daily activites do not involve the use or depend on info from them false
data conveys meaning to users and info is a collection of unprocessed items which include text numbers images audio and video false
scanner is an output device false
because it contains moving parts, flash memory is less durable and shock resistant than other types of media false
the terms web and internet are interchangable false
one way to protect your computer from malware is to scan any removable media before using it true
you usually don't need to install apps before you can run them true
operating syste,ms are widely recongized example of system software true
a... hardware component that allows you to enter data and instructions into a computer or mobile device input device
is NOT an example of an ouput device scanner
consist of electronic components that store instructions waiting to be executed and the data needed by those instructions memory
removable flash memory usually no bigger than 1.5 inches in height or width that you insert in and remove from a slot in a computer, mobile device or card write/reader memory card
a computer that delivers requested webpages to your computer or mobile device web server
software consits of programs designed to make users productive and/or assitst them with personal tasks application
uses cellualr network to enable high speed internet connections to devices with built in compatible technonlogy such as smartphones cellular radio
is a collaborative website that allows users to create add to modify or delete the content via their browser wiki
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