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Transcript of Information Technology
http://www.techterms.com/definition/harddrive The speaker on a computer is where the sound comes out. They are an output device.
http://www.techterms.com/definition/speakers Speaker ROM The ROM, which stands for Read Only Memory, is a part of the computer where data has been pre-recorded.
http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/R/ROM.html RAM RAM stands for Random Access Memory. The RAM in your computer is the main memory.
http://www.kids-online.net/learn/click/details/ram.html Mother Board The Mother Board is the control center of the computer. It connects all the computer's components together and helps the to run. Power Supply The power supply in the computer is very important. The power supply is what makes the computer function. It gives it energy.
http://computer.howstuffworks.com/power-supply.htm Power Cord Plug The power plug on a computer is what connects the computer to an outlet, so that the computer will function.
http://www.askkia.com/articles/what-does-a-power-supply-do.html Input and Output Devices An input device is the information that goes into your computer, and an output device is the information that comes out. Examples of Input Devices Things such as joysticks, mouses, webcams, cameras, microphones, and scanners are examples of input devices.
http://allaboutbasic.com/2010/12/14/277/ Examples of Output Devices Output devices are things like printers, monitors, speakers and projectors.
http://allaboutbasic.com/2010/12/14/277/ Windows OS Windows OS, or Windows Operating System, is a computer system that has many features. It comes with many special programs such as Windows Media Player, Windows Messenger, and helpful tools. Windows has been shown to operate up to 60% faster than other computer programs. People that use Windows say that they rarely have issues with Windows, and it runs fast and diligently.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/meet MAC OS MAC OS, or MAC operating system is also a well working program. The MAC OS allows owners to interact with programs made for Apple hardware. Many artists, Film Makers, and Print Media recommend MAC OS because of it's great operating. It also has features that help to make in a great operating system. Such as Notepad, Camera, and other things.
http://www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/bs-macos.htm Software Productivity Software Productivity Software is computer programs that help the user work more effectively. An example of this software is Microsoft Office Word. Productivity Software, Anti-Virus Software, and Filtering Software Anti-Virus Software Anti-Virus Software is software that protects your computer from viruses. An example of this software is Norton 360. Filtering Software Filtering Software is a type of software that makes some pages unavailable to users, depending on its content. An example of this software is Barracuda Networks.
https://www.barracudanetworks.com/products/webfilter?&a=google-na_WebFilter-BizTech_InternetFilter&kw=internet%20filter&gclid=CM-45Pys5rQCFQf0nAodCVsATA Buying a Computer 8 questions to ask yourself when buying a computer. What kind of Computer do I Want?
When choosing your own computer, you should first identify what kind of computer you want. After all, your going to be the one using it. What is My Price Range? When buying a computer, you must come up with your own price range. You don't want to spend an unreasonable amount of money on your computer, but you also want to get a good computer. What am I Going to Use My Computer for? Before you buy a computer, you need to decide what you are going to use it for. Are you going to use in for work purposes? This question is an important thing to know before you buy your computer. What is the Operating System? Before purchasing a computer, you may want to decide what operating system you want your computer have. This could be key in making sure that your computer does what you need it to do. How Much Memory do I need my Computer to have? How much memory do you need your computer to have? What are you planning to put on the computer, and how much space will it take up? What Kind of Programs do I Need? Do you need things like Microsoft Word to complete tasks for work, school, etc.? Will it Be Used in a Business or Home? You should decide where you will putting your computer. In a business or at home? How Long are You Going to Keep your computer? All computers are designed to last a certain amount of time. You should decide how long you need your computer to work.