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Unit 2 Assignment Richard E. Thomas JR. Kaplan University IT190 02 May 2016 1 25B1AL02 BRIDGING THE GAP
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All communication with computers consists of 0- 1’s from typing on a Keyboard to surfing the net. It has a basic on and off system. Depending on the program or device being used at the time it has a meaning for example below the Light bulb off equal 0 and the bulb on equals 1 to a computer this may simply mean equate to “R” on the keyboard. 2 Binary Language
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3 All communication, storage, and processing of data inside a computer are in binary form until presented as output to the user
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4 25B1AL02 Byte Comparisons
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Desktop- The name gives it away but some often mistake the “Desktop.” as it must sit on a desktop. It actually is a term used more for it stationary purpose. A desktop computer has multiple input devices such as a mouse, keyboard and monitor not making very convenient for portable use. Although bulky desktop computer are considerably easy to personalize and upgrade. 5 25B1AL02 Types of Computers
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Laptop/Notebook Computer- The most functional and portable of the group. A standard laptop comes with a 104 Qwerty Keyboard and touchpad processor and storage vary based of users needs but can be costly. A notepad computer functions like the name it is smaller than your average sized computer and does lack in the features depart primary use would be document program and internet use.
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