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Preston T.

computers

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computer A machine that processes data, developed in 1940's
personal computer PC- personal computer, computer, mouse, monitor
hardware all equipment attched to the computer examples- CD drive, speakers, mouse
software set up instructions for the computer that has the ability to change or create data
monitor display screen
mouse an input device
keyboard a set of keys or buttons that is used to put info in a computer
hard drive primary storage unit of computer
CDROM compact disc used to destroy data
CDROM drive
data
program
power plug used to provide power into computer and out the monitor
parallel port (printer connector) printer port. sends informstion through wires to the printer
Serial Port used to connect older or specialized devices
NIC an Enternet cable connection
USB external bus that transfers MBPS
Created by: mrspowell