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A  monitor displays information in visual form, using text and graphics. The portion of the monitor that displays the inf...
LCD                           CRT (cathode ray tube)(liquid crystal display)
Cable modem
 Toconnect your computer to the Internet, you need a modem. A modem is a device that sends and receives computer informat...
CD and DVD drives                                        CD and DVD drives                    Floppy disk drive
 Your computers hard disk drive stores information on a hard disk, a rigid platter or stack of platters with a magnetic s...
   Nearly all computers today come    equipped with a CD or DVD drive,    usually located on the front of the system    u...
   Floppy disk drives store information    on floppy disks, also    called floppies or diskettes. Compared    to CDs and ...
LONG WIRE                            RIGHT button) LEFT button                             PALM REST               TRACK B...
LEFT BUTTONThis button is used to    open or select      programs
This button is used to select more options or do more actions in a selected program
It is connected to the  system unit. Through this  wire we can send  commands from mouse  to the system unit(CPU)
it is the top part of the     mouse where we place or rest our palm. it is the biggest part of         the mouse
special ball inside the mouse. it allows us to roll the mouse on a mouse pad or desk and thus move the pointer or cursor
Speakers are used to play sound. They may be built into the system unit or       connected with cables. Speakers allow you...
A printer transfers data from a computer onto paper. You dont need a printer to use your computer, but having one allows y...
Parts of computer
Parts of computer
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  1. 1. 2 31 5 6 4 7
  2. 2. A monitor displays information in visual form, using text and graphics. The portion of the monitor that displays the information is called the screen. Like a television screen, a computer screen can show still or moving pictures.
  3. 3. LCD CRT (cathode ray tube)(liquid crystal display)
  4. 4. Cable modem
  5. 5.  Toconnect your computer to the Internet, you need a modem. A modem is a device that sends and receives computer information over a telephone line or high-speed cable. Modems are sometimes built into the system unit, but higher-speed modems are usually separate components.
  6. 6. CD and DVD drives CD and DVD drives Floppy disk drive
  7. 7.  Your computers hard disk drive stores information on a hard disk, a rigid platter or stack of platters with a magnetic surface. Because hard disks can hold massive amounts of information, they usually serve as your computers primary means of storage, holding almost all of your programs and files. The hard disk drive is normally located inside the system unit.
  8. 8.  Nearly all computers today come equipped with a CD or DVD drive, usually located on the front of the system unit. CD drives use lasers to read (retrieve) data from a CD, and many CD drives can also write (record) data onto CDs. If you have a recordable disk drive, you can store copies of your files on blank CDs. You can also use a CD drive to play
  9. 9.  Floppy disk drives store information on floppy disks, also called floppies or diskettes. Compared to CDs and DVDs, floppy disks can store only a small amount of data. They also retrieve information more slowly and are more prone to damage. For these reasons, floppy disk drives are less popular than they used to be, although some computers still include them.
  10. 10. LONG WIRE RIGHT button) LEFT button PALM REST TRACK BALL
  11. 11. LEFT BUTTONThis button is used to open or select programs
  12. 12. This button is used to select more options or do more actions in a selected program
  13. 13. It is connected to the system unit. Through this wire we can send commands from mouse to the system unit(CPU)
  14. 14. it is the top part of the mouse where we place or rest our palm. it is the biggest part of the mouse
  15. 15. special ball inside the mouse. it allows us to roll the mouse on a mouse pad or desk and thus move the pointer or cursor
  16. 16. Speakers are used to play sound. They may be built into the system unit or connected with cables. Speakers allow you to listen to music and hear sound effects from your computer.
  17. 17. A printer transfers data from a computer onto paper. You dont need a printer to use your computer, but having one allows you to print e-mail, cards, invitations, announcements, and other materials. Many people also like being able to print their own photos at home.

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