Computer organization deals with the hardware components of a computer system. It includes Input / Output devices, the Central Processing Unit, storage devices and primary memory. It is concerned with how the various components of computer hardware operate. It also deals with how they are interconnected to implement an architectural specification. The term computer organization looks similar to the term computer architecture. But, computer architecture deals with the engineering considerations involved in designing a computer. On the other hand, Computer Organization deals with the hardware components that are transparent to the programmer.
Input Devices- what is keyboard- what is mouse- what is scanner- what is Fingerprint Scanner- what is Track Ball – what is Retinal Scanner- what is light pen- what is Optical Character Reader- what is Bar Code / QR Code Reader – what is voice input system- what is Digital Camera – what is touch screen- what is keyer- what is 10 input device in computer
(1) Keyboard: Keyboard (wired / wireless, virtual) is the most common input device used today. The individual keys for letters, numbers and special characters are collectively known as character keys. This keyboard layout is derived from the keyboard of original typewriter. The data and instructions are given as input to the computer by typing on […]
Output Devices- what is output Devices- what is monitor- what is Plotter- what is Printers- what is impact Printers- what is non impact Printers-what is speakers- what is Multimedia Projectors
(1) Monitor: Monitor is the most commonly used output device to display the information. It looks like a TV. Pictures on a monitor are formed with picture elements called PIXELS. Monitors may either be Monochrome which display text or images in Black and White or can be color, which display results in multiple colors. There […]
Input Unit- what is meaning by input unit- what is input Unit-and out put unit- what is Central Processing Unit- what is Control Unit- what is memory unit
Input unit is used to feed any form of data to the computer, which can be stored in the memory unit for further processing. Example: Keyboard, mouse, etc. Central Processing Unit CPU is the major component which interprets and executes software instructions. It also control the operation of all other components such as memory, input […]