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    • Hardware Concepts
      Ivan Jobert M. Dimabuyu
      I - Humility
    • Hardware
      Computer parts and equipment.
    • Monitor
      Screens that displays what is going on in the computer.
    • Keyboard
      Main input device for most computers. Used to input textual information to the computer.
    • Mouse
      Lets you feeds instruction in the computer by simply pointing or clicking in a graphical environment.
    • Motherboard
      Main circuit board in the computer. Practically all the other parts of the computer have a direct or indirect connection to the motherboard.
    • Main Memory
      Allows computer to store and retain information. Memory boards are motherboard – dependent , which means you have to buy only those that your motherboard accepts.
    • Processor
      Brain of the computer that handles the flow of data.
    • Hard Disk
      Storage device that holds the operating system and other program and data files.
    • Floppy Disk Drive
      Perhaps the slowest form of long-term secondary storage for the computer is the floppy disk with 1.44 MB disk drive.
    • CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Drive
      Reads CDs or DVDs.
    • Video Card
      Most graphics cards today have at least 32 MB. Using a card that has less might cause problems with the computer you are building because many programs that use heavy graphics will not work.
    • Sound Card
      Converts data into sound to be sent to speakers or converts sounds to digital formats.
    • Cable Connectors
      Computer parts cannot come together by themselves. Most require cable connectors in order to communicate with the motherboard and the other components of the computer.
    • Other Peripherals
      Optional devices that you connect to your computer , like printers and removable storage devices.