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Computer A machine that is made up of hardware that process data.Developed in the 1940's.
Personal Computer A personal computer, or PC, is another name for a computer. Includes: Keyboard Mouse Monitor
Hardware all equipment attached to the computer. like: Mouse, Keyboard, Monitor, Hard Drive, CD drive, Speakers
Software Set of instructioins that has the ability to change or create data. like: Typing instructor, power point, word,games, publisher, excel,OS.
Monitor display screen. Like: LCD Monitor, CRT Monitor
Mouse An input device. it moves the curser on the monitor.
Keyboard A typing device. also inputs information to the computers.
hard Drive The hard drive is the main storage unit of the computer.
CDROM (ompact Disc Read Only Memory)used to store data. A CD rom can hold up to 650 megabytes.
Created by: mrspowell