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Part 1 Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics Section A: Computer Basics Computer Concepts seventh Edition Parsons/Oja

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What is a PC? PC alludes to a gadget that performs four capacities: acknowledges info forms information stores information produces yield Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is a PC? 1. Data Input intends to sustain data into a PC Input can be written, submitted or transmitted to a PC framework Words and images in an archive Numbers for a figuring Pictures An information gadget assembles include and changes it into a progression of electronic signs for the PC to store and control Keyboard Mouse Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Basics What is a PC? 2. Preparing Data alludes to the images that speak to certainties, thoughts and items Processing is the way that a PC controls information performing counts sorting records and numbers drawing diagrams A PC system is programming that sets up a PC to do a particular assignment A PC forms information in a gadget called the focal handling unit (CPU) Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is a PC? 3. Capacity A PC stores information so it will be accessible for handling Memory is a region of a PC that incidentally holds information that is holding up to be prepared Storage is the territory where information can be left on a changeless premise Storage gadgets incorporate hard drives, CD-ROMs, floppy circles, and so forth. Section 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Basics What is a PC? 4. Yield Computer yield is the outcomes created by the PC Reports Documents Music Graphs Pictures A yield gadget shows, prints or transmits the aftereffects of preparing Printer Monitor Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is a PC? Part 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Basics What is a PC? PCs use put away projects A progression of directions for finishing an assignment, for instance: Calculating interest installments on a credit Word handling These guidelines can be effectively supplanted by an alternate arrangement of directions when it\'s the ideal opportunity for an alternate errand to be finished For instance, you can wrap up a report, then move onto sending an email This is the absolute most critical trademark that recognizes a PC from other more straightforward gadgets, for example, number crunchers Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Basics Self Quiz Questions A PC does four things: _____________________ _________ is a region of a PC that briefly holds information. A console is an illustration of a(n) _________ gadget. A PC forms information in the _________ handling unit. The possibility of a(n) ________ program implies that a progression of directions for a processing errand can be stacked into a PC\'s memory. Section 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Basics Self Quiz Answers A PC does four things: Accepts info Processes information Stores information Produces yield Memory is a zone of a PC that briefly holds information. A console is an illustration of a(n) data gadget. A PC forms information in the focal preparing unit. The possibility of a(n) put away program implies that a progression of guidelines for a processing errand can be stacked into a PC\'s memory. Section 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Categories Before: Computers are arranged into three fundamental classes from minimum capable to most capable: microcomputers minicomputers centralized computer PCs Today: A PC is classified in view of its innovation, capacity, size, execution, and cost Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Categories Old Computer Categories Mainframe PCs were the principal kind of PC that were extensive, and were normally housed in a storeroom measured metal edge This term likewise applies to a classification of expansive, costly PCs that were sold to enormous companies and government offices Minicomputers (1968) were littler, less costly, and less intense than centralized computers, and were utilized by little organizations Microcomputers (1971) were a more up to date sort of PC whose CPU had a solitary chip, called a microchip Today, pretty much any PC, regardless of how vast or little, utilizes one or more chip as its CPU – so these terms are no more substantial Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Categories Today\'s Computer Categories Personal PCs Handheld PCs Workstations Videogame Consoles Mainframes Supercomputers Servers Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is a Personal Computer? A PC is a kind of microcomputer intended to meet the registering needs of an individual Desktop PCs Notebook (or "tablet") PCs Cost begins at $500, yet most burn through $1000 to $1200 Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is a handheld? A handheld PC is one that is intended to fit into a pocket, keep running on batteries, and be utilized while you are holding it Also called a PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) Send and get email Use maps and worldwide situating Maintain cost account, contacts, schedules, updates, and so on. Make voice calls utilizing cell administration Designed to be a registering frill, not your fundamental PC Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What sorts of PCs can be delegated workstations? The expression "workstation" has two implications Powerful desktop models intended for particular assignments, for example, 3D representation Ordinary PCs associated with a neighborhood A PC system is two or more PCs or different gadgets that are associated with the end goal of sharing information and projects Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Is a PlayStation a PC? A videogame framework (i.e. Sony\'s Playstation) is a PC, yet commonly it has not been viewed as a PC class in light of its history as a devoted diversion gadget that interfaces with a TV set and gives just a couple of joysticks for info Today\'s videogame frameworks contain chip that are comparable to those found in a quick PC, as they are prepared to create representation that opponent those on complex workstations Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is so extraordinary around a centralized computer PC? A centralized server PC is an extensive and costly PC that is prepared to do passing information all the while to numerous clients Can cost over $1 million Used by governments and substantial enterprises to give brought together capacity Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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How capable is a supercomputer? A supercomputer would one say one is of the speediest PCs on the planet, at the season of development Breaking codes Modeling climate frameworks Simulating atomic blasts Research reenactments A $100 million supercomputer planned for fulfillment in 2005 is intended to utilize 1 million microchips, and will handle more than 1 quadrillion operations for every second Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What makes a PC a server? A server serves the PCs on a system by supplying them with information or assets (Internet, system documents, printing, email, and so forth.) A customer gets information or utilizations assets from a server Any PC can be a server or a customer High execution servers are required when there is a requirement for bunches of clients and quick reaction Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What\'s a PC framework? A PC framework comprises of the accompanying: System unit : case that holds the fundamental circuit sheets, chip, power supply, and capacity gadgets Display gadget : Monitor or LCD screen Keyboard : Primary info gadget Mouse : Secondary information gadget Floppy circle drive : Storage for little measures of information Hard plate drive : Storage for a lot of information CD and DVD drives : Storage or Sound card and speakers : Plays sound Modem : Connects to the Internet Peripheral gadgets : Printers, scanners, and so forth. Part 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is a PC framework? Section 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Personal Computer Systems Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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What is a fringe gadget? A fringe gadget assigns hardware that may be added to a PC framework to improve its usefulness Printer Digital camera Scanner Joystick Graphics tablet Chapter 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Basics Self Quiz Questions The three old classifications of PCs were __________________ Desktop PCs and portable workstations are cases of __________ PCs. Microsoft\'s Xbox gaming framework is thought to be a PC. Genuine or false? A PC or workstation that solicitations information from a server is known as a(n) __________. The ___________ is the situation that holds the primary circuit sheets, microchip, power supply, and capacity gadgets for a PC framework. Section 1: Computer, Internet, Web, and E-Mail Basics

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Computer Basics Self Quiz Answers The three old classes of PCs were Mainframe Minicomputer Microcomputer Desktop PCs and portable PCs are samples of PCs. Microsoft\'s XBox gaming framework is thought to be a PC. Genuine A PC or workstation that solicitations information from a server is known as a(n) customer . The framework unit

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