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Computer Anatony

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Computer Machine you can program started around the 1940
personal computer PC comes with a keyboard, mouse, monitor
hardward the hardware is all the equiment attached to the computer Ex. CD hard drive speakers mouse moniter keyboard
software set of instrutions for the computer that has the ability to change or create data. Ex. typing instructor power point word publisher games excel
monitor A display screen
mouse an input device. It moves the curser on the moniter.
keyboard The keyboard is a set of keys or buttons that are used to input information and instructions to a computer.
hardrive the hard drive is the primary storage unit of the computer. it is where the OS, applications, files and data are kept.
CDROM (Compact Disc) [Read Only Mermory]
CDROM drive the flat where you put the drive in.
data
program
Created by: mrspowell