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computer a machine you can program started in the 1940's!!!!!
Personal computer (pc) includes a key board, mouse, and monitor!
Hardware is all atached equipment to the computer : Examples: speaker, key board, mouse, monitor!
soft ware Is a set of instructions for the computer that has the ability to change or create data: Examples: typing instructor, powerpoint, word, games, publisher, excel
monitor a displey screen!
mouse an input device. moves the curser on a monitor!
key board a key board is a set of keys or a buttons that are used to input information and instructions to a computer
hard drive primary storage unit of the computer! where the os aplications and files are kept!
cd-rom compact disc read only memory!A cdrom is acompact disc used to store data. a cdrom can hold up to 650 mega bytes of data.
cdrom drive the small box th the monitor and other parts that let the computer read
Created by: mrspowell