Presentation on Computer And Computation

This is a simple presentation in which a detail of Computer and its functions are discussed. How different input and output devices are connected and how they are controlled by a Central Processing Unit (CPU).
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  TITLE STRUCTURE ORGANIZATION AND WORKING OF STORAGE DEVICES Computer And Computation  Storage Device : Storage holds data, instructions, and information for future use EX MPLES smart cardmagnetic stripe cardoptical discmicrofilmexternal hard disksnetwork attached storage deviceinternal hard  STORAGE DEVICES  A storage medium (media is the plural), also calledsecondary storage, is the physical material on whicha computer keeps data, instructions, and information. Examplesofstoragemediaare   hard disks,   solid state drives,  memory cards,   USB flash drives, STORAGE MEDIUM  Capacity is the number of bytes (characters) a storage medium can hold. For example, a reasonably priced USB flash drive can store up to 4 GB of data (approximately four billion bytes) and a typical hard disk has 3. 20 GB (approximately 320 billion bytes) of storage capacity . WRITING Writing is the process of transferring data, instructions, and information from memory to a storage medium RE ING Reading is the process of transferring these items from a storage medium into memory. When storage devices write data on storage media, they are creating output. CAPACITY
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