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Computer App A

Introduction to computer applications course

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Includes the computer parts that you can see and touch Hardware
Provides instructions that the computer needs to operate Software
The monitor, keyboard, mouse, and CPU tower are all examples of what? Hardware
This is the computers "brain", it sends and receives electronic instructions to and from other hardware components. CPU
USB flash drives, CD's, and DVD's are examples of what? External storage device
Includes the operating system that runs your computer System software
Microsoft Office is an example of what kind of software? Application
This is the bar at the bottom of your screen that shows what programs are open. Task bar
These are small graphic symbols which represent an electronic file or folder or application software Icons
This hides the window to a button on the task bar Minimize button
This sizes the window so that it covers the entire desktop Maximize button
This button sizes the window smaller Restore down button
This asks you questions or provides options and opens in the middle of your screen Dialog box
This is a worldwide network that links personal and business computers together Internet
Created by: lrchambers