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Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
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Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
Lesson 1 introduction
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  • 1. Reference: COMPLETE COMPUTER CONCEPTS By: Shelly, Cashman, Waggoner
  • 2. Airlines: Flight reservation (booking) Customer Information System Offices : Personal Records Payroll Systems Inventory Systems Grading Systems E-mail/Group chat Conferencing Reports Etc. Schools: Visual Aids Grading Systems Computer Literacy Research Projects Basic Keyboarding Word Processing Banks: Customer Information Balance Inquiry Banking Systems Credit Applications(savings) Peers: Social Networking(facebook) Entertainment Meeting/Schedules
  • 3.
    • What is Computer?
    A computer is an electronic device, operating under the control of instruction stored in its own memory unit, that can accept data (input), process data arithmetically and logically, produce output from the processing, and store the results for future use. It is a programmable device that can store, retrieve and process data.
  • 4.
    • The real answer is that many inventions contributed to the history of computers and that a computer is a complex piece of machinery made up of many parts, each of which can be considered a separate invention.
  • 5.
    • DATA FLOW CYCLE / INFORMATION PROCESS CYCLE
    Input unit Output unit Process unit Storage unit Communication unit The sequence of events in processing information
  • 6.
    • Input Units – are units that inserts data to the processor.
    Process Units – are units that performs computations and operations. Output Units – are units that displays data called file. Communication Units – are units that transfers information through cables and telephone lines. Storage Units – are units that stores file.
  • 7.
    • Input “You first have to get the data in”
      • Our brain takes in information from our senses
      • Computers need “peripherals” (extra components) to get information in(keyboard, mice, scanners, etc.)
    • Process Next, we need to “make sense of” the data we have
      • Our brain makes our body respond by talking, moving, or writing.
      • Computers need “peripherals” to do the task.
    • Output get the results out from the process, and present them in a useable way
      • Our brain compares this to what we know and decides whether it is important enough to remember or not.
      • Computer uses the CPU (the main chip inside) to make decisions, do calculations, and organize data
    COMPARISON TO HUMAN ANATOMY
  • 8. CHARACTERISTICS OF A COMPUTER Machine Electronic Automatic Manipulates data Has Memory It has Logical Function
  • 9. ADVANTAGES OF A COMPUTER Speed Accuracy Repetitiveness Storage Programmable
  • 10.
    • It can only do what is designed or programmed to do.
    • It cannot correct input data
    • It cannot think and derive meanings from objects.
    • It can only process jobs expressed in a finite number of steps leading to a precise defined goal.
    • It cannot completely avoid making errors due to power fluctuations, system malfunctions and human disorders.
    LIMITATIONS OF A COMPUTER
  • 11. FOUR BASIC FUNCTION OF A COMPUTER Input – using the input devices to tell the computer what to do. Output – the displaying of data that was processed by the processor Process – following the instruction of the user’s input and putting it to action. Storage- the storing of information that have been processed.
  • 12. COMPONENTS OF A COMPUTER Data is processed by specific equipment that is often called computer hardware .
  • 13. COMPONENTS OF A COMPUTER INPUT DEVICES Input devices are used to enter data into a computer. A common input device is the keyboard. As the data is entered, or keyed, it is stored in the computer and displayed on a screen.
  • 14. COMPONENTS OF A COMPUTER PROCESSOR UNIT It contains the electronic circuits that actually cause the processing of data to occur. The processor unit is divided into two parts, the central processing unit and main memory.
  • 15. COMPONENTS OF A COMPUTER Central Processing Unit The central processing unit ( CPU ) contains a control unit that executes the program instructions and an arithmetic/logic unit ( ALU ) that performs math and logic operations. + - * / Arithmetic operations > < = Logical operations
  • 16. COMPONENTS OF A COMPUTER Main Memory Main memory is also called primary storage, is a part of processor unit. Main memory electronically stores data and program instruction when they are being processed.
  • 17. COMPONENTS OF A COMPUTER OUTPUT DEVICE A component that gives out to the user the results of the processed data. The information is transmitted from the CPU to this output device. e.g. printer, monitor, and speakers.
  • 18. COMPONENTS OF A COMPUTER AUXILIARY STORAGE UNIT Auxiliary storage, store instructions and data when they are not being used by the processor unit. e.g. disk drive, magnetic disk, magnetic tape.
  • 19. CATEGORIES OF COMPUTER Computers are generally classified according to their size, speed, processing capabilities and price. They are, Microcomputers, Minicomputers, Main Frame, And Super Computer.
  • 20. CATEGORIES OF COMPUTER MICROCOMPUTERS Also called personal computers or micros, are the small desktop-sized systems that have become so widely used in recent year. These machines are generally priced under P20,000. This category also includes hand-held, notebook, laptop, portable, and super microcomputers.
  • 21. CATEGORIES OF COMPUTER MINICOMPUTERS Are more powerful than microcomputers and can support a number of users performing different tasks. Originally developed to perform specific task such as engineering calculations, their use grew rapidly as performance and capabilities increased. These can cost approximately P40,000. .
  • 22. CATEGORIES OF COMPUTER MAINFRAME Are large systems that can handle hundreds of users, store large amounts of data, and process transactions at a very high rate. The price range for mainframes is from several hundred thousand dollars to several million dollars.
  • 23. CATEGORIES OF COMPUTER SUPERCOMPUTERS Are the most powerful category of computers and, accordingly, the most expensive. The capability of these systems to process hundreds of millions of instructions per second is used for such applications as weather forecasting, engineering design and testing, space exploration, and other jobs requiring long and complex jobs.
  • 24. COMPUTER SOFTWARE A computer is directed by a series of instructions called a computer program, which specifies the sequence of operations the computer will perform. To do this, the program must be stored in the main memory of the computer. Computer programs are commonly referred to as computer software.
  • 25. COMPUTER SOFTWARE CATEGORIES OF SOFTWARE System Software Application Software
  • 26. COMPUTER SOFTWARE SYSTEM SOFTWARE System software consists of programs that are related to controlling the actual operations of the computer equipment. An important part if the system software is as set of programs called operating system .
  • 27. COMPUTER SOFTWARE Operating System The instructions in the operating system tell the computer how to perform functions such as how to load, store, and execute an application program and how to transfer data between the input/output devices and main memory. DOS LINUX MACINTOSH WINDOWS UNIX
  • 28. COMPUTER SOFTWARE APPLICATION SOFTWARE Application software consists of programs that tell a computer how to produce information. When you think of the different ways that people use computers in their careers or in their personal lives, you are thinking of examples of application software.
  • 29. COMPUTER SOFTWARE Application Software Packages Personal computer users, often use applications software packages. Some of the most commonly used packages are: word processing software, electronic spreadsheet software, computer graphics software, and database software.
  • 30. COMPUTER SOFTWARE Word Processing Software Word processing software is used to create and print documents that would otherwise be prepared on a typewriter. A key advantage of word processing software is its capability to make changes easily in documents, such as correcting spelling, changing margins, adding, deleting, or relocating entire paragraphs.
  • 31. COMPUTER SOFTWARE Electronic Spreadsheet Software Electronic spreadsheet software allows the user to add, subtract, and perform user-defined calculations on rows and columns of numbers. These numbers can be changed and spreadsheet quickly recalculates the new results. It eliminates the tedious recalculations required with manual methods
  • 32. COMPUTER SOFTWARE Graphic Software Graphics software converts numbers and text into graphic output that visually conveys the relationships of the data. Some graphic software allows the use of color to further enhance the visual presentation. Line, bar, and pie charts are the most frequent forms of graphic output.
  • 33. COMPUTER SOFTWARE Database Software Database software allows the user to enter, retrieve, and update data in an organized and efficient manner. It has flexible inquiry and reporting capabilities that allow users to access the data in different ways and create customs reports.

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