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computer parts

Computer a machine that can be programed. invinted in 1940's
Personal computer pc that includes a keybored, mouse, & moniter
Hardware the computer and all attached equipment. example CD drive, hard drive, speakers, mouse, moniter, keyboard
Software set of instructions for the computer that has the ability to change or create data
Moniter display screen
Mouse an input device. it moves the cursor on the moniter
Keyboard set or buttons used to input information and instructions to a computer
Hard drive primary storage unit on magnetic circle
CDROM compact disc read memory
CDROM drvie box that can read what is on a CD-ROM
Data pieces of information the computer uses software to change data
Program another word for software
Operating system tells a program what to do
BIOS wakes up the computer
Motherboard hold all of curcuits together
CPU gets very hot. brain of the computer
ROM reads only memory
RAM reads and writes
Power supply gets electricty to the computer
Modem connect computers to each other
Port hardware plugs ino it; like keyboard, mouse
Video card allows graphics to be displayed on the moniter
Power plug
Parallel port
Serial port
Created by: mrspowell2