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Rachel Rose

Computer Cookie <3

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Computer A machine that can be programmed.Invented in the 1940's.
Personal Computer A PC that comes with a keyboard, mouse, and monitor.
Hardware All attached equipment to a computer.
Software Set of instructions for the computer that has the ability to change or create data.
Monitor A display screen.
Mouse An input device that moves the cursor on the monitor.
Keyboard Set of keys or buttons used to put information or instructions into a computer.
Hard Drive The hard drive is the primary storage unit of a computer. Stored on magnetic cylinders.
CDROM Compact Disc Read Only Memory.
CDROM Drive Small box that lets the computer read the CDROM.
Data Pieces of information that software can change.
Program Another word for software. A list of instructions.
Operating System Tells programs what to do.
BIOS Wakes up the computer.
Motherboard Holds all the circuitboards together.
CPU The brain of the computer. Central Processing Unit.
ROM Read Only Memory
RAM Random Access Memory
Power Supply Gets electricity into the computer.
Modem Connects computers to each other.
Port Hardware plugs into it. EX: Mouse, Keyboard
Video Card Allows graphics to be displayed on the monitor.
Monitor Port
Parallel Port An electrical connector that is used to send information on wires at the same time to a printer.
Serial Port (Printer Connector) Used to connect older or specialized devices.
Network Interface Card (NIC) An Ethernet cable connection.
Universal Serial Bus (USB) An external bus that transpers MBPS.
Power Plug Used to provide power in to the computer and provide power out to the monitor.
Created by: mrspowell