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Computers

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Computer A machine that processes data, developed in the 1940's
Personal Computer PC, includes keyboard, Mouse, and a monitor
Hardware Speakers, mouse, keyboard, and monitor, also it is stuff that you can touch
Software A set of instructions that can change. Typing Instructor, Power Point, Word, Excel, Games, and Publisher, and OS Operating System
Monitor displays screen
Mouse An input device. It moves the curser on the monitor.
Keyboard A set of keys or buttons and it is used to put information and instructions into a computer
Hard Drive it is where the operation system, applications, files, and data are kept
CDROM used to store data
CDROM Drive
Data
Program
Power Plug used to provide power in to the computer and provide power out to the monitor
Parallel Port (Printer connector) a parallel port is an electrical connector that is used to send information on wires at the same time. Example Line Printer
Serial Port used to connect older or specialized devices, send parts of a message, Example Bar code scanner
Network Interface Card AN Ethernet cable connection
Universal Serial Bus (USB) Universal Serial Bus is an external bus that transfers MBPS
Created by: mrspowell