4.03 IT PowerPoint. Objective 4.03—Understand Information Technology activities and careers. What Is A Computer?. An electronic device that receives data, processes data, stores data, and produces a result (output). Types of Personal Computers.
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Objective 4.03—Understand Information Technology activities and careers.
Digital Cameras, webcams and Scanners
Picture taking & sending has never been so easy
DID YOU KNOW??
An Ipod(left) and an MP3 Player (below) are hardware that can be connected to your computer.
Modem- connects your computer to the Internet
CPU-Central Processing Unit is the brain of your computer Also called the tower or hard drive.
Handwriting & Speech Recognition
Using headsets and tablets with light pens
Personal Digital Assistant(PDA)
Become Dynamic with your presentations
Software-a set of instructions that tells the computer what to do!
Systems Software - controls the operation of the whole computer system.
Applications Software - performs a specific task.
2 Kinds of Software:
Creating PowerPoint Presentations
Multimedia- the use of audio, video, animation, or graphics.
Easily-made flyers, brochures, business cards, newsletters, signs, posters, etc.
There are tons and tons!!!
Output device: hardware that allows your computer to communicate with the user
Storage device: allows you to store or retrieve informationInput, Output, & Storage Devices
Besides saving to the hard drive (the computer), here are some other ways to save:
(Compact Disk- Read Only Memory)
2. 3 1/2 “ Floppy Disk
3. External Storage
(Jump drive, Flash Drive, Key Drive, Memory Stick, etc.)
(Temporary or working memory)
A system of computers, peripherals, terminals, and databases connected by communication lines.
Electronic information networks that carry audio, video, and computer data.