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The Components of a Computer

The major components of a Computer are? The Motherboard, CPU, RAM, Graphics Card, Power Supply, the hard disk, and optical drive.
What does "Software" refer to? It refers to the programs and systems that operate within the hardware.
What is the Motherboard considered? The "Heart" of the computer
What does CPU stand for? Central Processing Unit
What is the CPU considered? The Brain of the computer
What does RAM stand for? Random Access Memory
What do most motherboards have a slot for now? The graphic adapter called the AGP slot.
What is a hard disk used for? It is used to store data, install new software, and more.
What is an Optical Drive? It is a DVD drive or a CD drive, it is used to read and write information to CD's and DVD's.
Created by: mayae4