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An electronic device that processes data.
Personal Computer (PC)
A computer used by one person at a time.
Central Processing Unit (CPU)
The computer's brain.
The smallest unit of information, always 1 or a 0.
The building block for all information that flows through a computer.
The collection of physical devices that make up your computer system.
When a user enters information into your computer.
When a computer delivers information back to a user.
Random-Access Memory (RAM)
Temporary information that a computer uses only when it works with a particular file.
Read-Only Memory (ROM)
The permanet information on your hard drive.
A hard drive, a server, or a disk.
A set of instructions that makes it possible for your computer to perform tasks.
Operating System (OS)
The main program that makes your computer work.
A group of computers connected together.
The largest storage area.
A place to save and organize files.
A collection of data.
Lets you rename a file and, at the same time, copy a file by saving it to a new location.
An icon that is a direct link to a file or folder.
A word (or words) keyed into a search box that matches the topic you are looking for.
Look for information from a list of categories and topics.
Key one or more keywords.