Buckle up and prepare to learn all you need to know - or ever wondered - about the computer - as common in our modern world as a pair of jeans and a morning latte! It’s hard to imagine a classroom, home or office without a computer today but did you know they’ve only been a common possession for the last couple of decades? Despite this, tech experts credit tally sticks in 20,000 BC as the first primitive form of computer.
Our high tech digital versions didn’t flicker into life until much later of course with mobile computers a very recent invention. Did you know that as well as your desktop computer at home or in the office, many other devices contain computers and require them to function? How many can you name? Impress friends and colleagues with your knowledge by checking out our computer flashcards today.
Side A: Three Types of Technicians and their purpose Side B: Field Technicians - Multiple Work Environments; On site service; Customer Service Skills and Troubleshooting Remote Technicians - help desk and customer service;will not work directly with customers; Bench Technicians - Do not interact with customers; Usually work with computers
Side A: When selecting a case and powersupply, what is a factor to consider Side B: Verify that enough space and power is available to support all current and future components
Side A: Components to consider whern replacing a motherboard Side B: CPU, RAM, Adapter Card compatibility
Side A: .Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Side B: This is the component of the processor chip that handles most of the mathematical calculations and logical reasoning needed to execute an instruction
Side A: ASCII Side B: The American Standard Code for Information Interchange. It is a mapping that takes common characters in American English and maps them to number so that they can be represented on a computer. For example, "A" maps to the decimal number 65 or the byte 01000001.
Side A: Bay (Internal or External) Side B: A bay is nothing more than a mounting point within a computer chassis where components such as a hard drive, cd rom, or dvd player can be placed.
Side A: Field Side B: The smallest unit of named application data recognized by software systems.
Side A: Data Type Side B: A detailed scheme recognized by the system software.
Side A: Physical Record Side B: A group of fields stored in the adjacent memory locations and retrieved and written together by a DBMS unit.
Side A: memory Side B: the capacity to preserve and recover information
Side A: encoding Side B: the processes that determine and control how memories are formed
Side A: storage Side B: the processes that determine and control how memories are stored and kept over time