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Contents1   What is software & Hardware?2   Types of Software    Types of Hardware3    Conclusion4
WHAT IS SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE ? Computer Instructions or data, anything that can  be stored electronically is Software. ...
DIFFERENCE                       BETWEENThemeGallery                       ThemeGalleryis a Design Digital                ...
Types of software                Application SoftwareSystemsoftware                              Open source Software     ...
DiagramSystem software is a term referring to anycomputer software which manages and controlsthe hardware so that applicat...
WHAT ELSE IS THERE? Programming Languages:• Machine Language  • Consists of the 0s and 1s of binary code• High Level Lang...
TYPES OF HARDWARE              Power supplyMotherboard                              Processor                    Cabinet
TYPES OF HARDWARE               RAM            STORAGE DEVICE  What Else is         CD- ROM There?    KEY BOARD & MOUSE   ...
RAM OR RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY Holds instructions for processing data, processed data, and raw data. Ram is measured by:  ...
STORAGE DEVICE Electronic devices that store, retrieve, and  save instructions and data. Today’s microcomputers or PCs i...
HARD DISK Capacity is measured in gigabytes (GB or  billions of bytes). Typically permanently installed. Used to store ...
FLOPPY DISK DRIVES Capacity is 1.44 to 2.0 megabytes (MB or millions of bytes).   Storage device with the smallest capac...
CD- ROM DRIVES Typically installed on all new computer  systems. (Were add-on device until the  mid 1990’s). Capacity is...
KEYBOARD & MOUSE Input devices gather and translate data  into a form the computer understands. Primary input device:  ...
Diagram
OUTPUT DEVICE Monitors are the most commonly used  output device. Monitors are connected to a computer  system via a por...
CONCLUSIONTHE FUTURE WILL TELL US !!
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Hardware and Software

  1. 1. “ Add your company slogan ” LOGO
  2. 2. Contents1 What is software & Hardware?2 Types of Software Types of Hardware3 Conclusion4
  3. 3. WHAT IS SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE ? Computer Instructions or data, anything that can be stored electronically is Software. Hardware is one that is tangible. The storage devices (Hard disk, CD’s etc.,), mouse, keyboard CPU and display devices (Monitor) are Hardware. FOR EXAMPLE: SOFTWARE – MSOFFICE HARDWARE – NETWORK SERVER
  4. 4. DIFFERENCE BETWEENThemeGallery ThemeGalleryis a Design Digital is a Design DigitalContent & Contents Content & Contentsmall developed by mall developed byGuild Design Inc. Guild Design Inc.
  5. 5. Types of software Application SoftwareSystemsoftware Open source Software Proprietary Software
  6. 6. DiagramSystem software is a term referring to anycomputer software which manages and controlsthe hardware so that application software canperform a task.Application Software includes programs that doreal work for user.Open source software (OSS) is computer softwarewhose source code is available under a license thatpermits users to use, change, and improve the software,and to redistribute it in modified or unmodified form. Proprietary software (also called non-freesoftware) is software with restrictions on using,copying and modifying as enforced by theproprietor.
  7. 7. WHAT ELSE IS THERE? Programming Languages:• Machine Language • Consists of the 0s and 1s of binary code• High Level Languages • Must be ‘complied’ (translated to machine language) • e.g. - COBOL, C++, Visual BASIC• Programming tools designed to support the Web • HTML, XML – page formatting tools • Java - Platform-independent programming language • .NET - Microsoft business strategy aimed at convergence of personal computing and the Web
  8. 8. TYPES OF HARDWARE Power supplyMotherboard Processor Cabinet
  9. 9. TYPES OF HARDWARE RAM STORAGE DEVICE What Else is CD- ROM There? KEY BOARD & MOUSE MONITOR
  10. 10. RAM OR RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY Holds instructions for processing data, processed data, and raw data. Ram is measured by:  Capacity (in Megabytes or Gigabytes)  Speed (in Nanoseconds)
  11. 11. STORAGE DEVICE Electronic devices that store, retrieve, and save instructions and data. Today’s microcomputers or PCs include several types of storage devices. Capacity and speed are important considerations when selecting a new storage device for a PC.
  12. 12. HARD DISK Capacity is measured in gigabytes (GB or billions of bytes). Typically permanently installed. Used to store operating system, application software, utilities and data. Magnetic storage device
  13. 13. FLOPPY DISK DRIVES Capacity is 1.44 to 2.0 megabytes (MB or millions of bytes).  Storage device with the smallest capacity  Most portable storage media Magnetic storage device
  14. 14. CD- ROM DRIVES Typically installed on all new computer systems. (Were add-on device until the mid 1990’s). Capacity is 600 to 750 megabytes (MB or millions of bytes). Most mass-produced commercial software is packaged on a CD.
  15. 15. KEYBOARD & MOUSE Input devices gather and translate data into a form the computer understands. Primary input device:  Keyboard - Most common input device; used to type in commands and data.  Mouse or trackball enhances user’s ability to input commands, manipulate text, images.  Joystick useful in education as an adaptive or assistive input device.
  16. 16. Diagram
  17. 17. OUTPUT DEVICE Monitors are the most commonly used output device. Monitors are connected to a computer system via a port integrated on the video adapter or graphics card.
  18. 18. CONCLUSIONTHE FUTURE WILL TELL US !!
  19. 19. VIDEOMICROSOFT SURFACE
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