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Sydney Tucker

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Computer A machine you can program.Started in the 1940's.
Personal Computer (pc) Includes a keyboard, mouse, and monitor.
Hardware Is all attached equipment to the computer. Examples: speaker, keyboard, mouse, monitor
Software Is a set of instructions for the computer that has the ability to change or create data. Examples: Typing Instructor, Power-Point, Word, Games, Publisher, Excel
Monitor A display screen.
Mouse An input device. It moves the cursor on the monitor.
Keyboard A keyboard is a set of keys or buttons that are used to input information and instructions to a computer.
Hard Drive Primary storage unit of the computer. It is where the operating system (OS), applications, files, and datat are kept.
CDROM A CD-ROM is a compact disc used to store data. A CD-ROM can hold up to 650megabytes of data.
CDROM Drive THe small box with the monitor and other parts that let the computer read what is on a CD-ROM. It is uses a laser to read the CD. IT looks
Data Data is numbers, letters, pictures, drawings, sound, orders, payments, stories and other peices of
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