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    2 : OUTLINE Computer Hardware Operating systems Terms Disk capacities Viruses Applications and Documents Installation/reinstallation Internet Applications
    3 : Computer Hardware Case Power switch Reset switch Hard drive Floppy CD/DVD Serial ports Parallel port USB port Keyboard/mouse Network card Modem Sound card Video card RAM Motherboard Fan Cables
    4 : The basic system including keyboard, mouse and monitor.
    5 : What is in the box? Motherboard
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    7 : Typical parts of a motherboard. ABIT SE6
    8 : Cabling For items in or attached to a system to work properly they must be securely connected.
    9 : Operating systems All computer systems have an operating system. Currently, there are three dominate typical user operating systems. Macintosh OS, Microsoft Windows OS, Linux.
    10 : Terms A: Floppy disk C: Local disk D: Local disk (partition) RAM = Random Access Memory. The thinking space available to a computer to use while performing operations. The space is emptied out when the computer is turned off. DIRECTORY = An organizational structure on disks to file management easier. Directories also become a local region for the computer to hunt for other files related to the current file. DOCUMENT = A file created using an application. The file is only useful using the application that created it or a similar application that can convert it. APPLICATION = A program that allows a computer to perform a certain function.
    11 : Disk capacities Floppy: 1.4 MB Hard disk: 160 GB – 2 TB CD 700 - 800 MB DVD 4.7 GB 18 GB 1 KB = 1024 BYTE 1 MB = 1024 KB 1 GB = 1024 MB 1 TB = 1024 PB 1 PB = 1024 EB
    12 : CDs, DVDs Backup
    13 : Identify and use icons, windows, menus Point, click, double-click, drag & drop Minimize and maximize a window Use pull-down menus Select, open, and move an icon Select, open, move, and close a window Resize a window Scroll a window Activate and de-activate a window Start an application and create a document
    14 : Name, save, retrieve, revise a document Name a document (!) Save a document Retrieve a document from floppy disk Retrieve a document from hard disk Re-name a document Edit and re-save a document Print a document Create and name folders Save, open, and place documents inside folders
    15 : Applications Open and work with more than one application at a time To switch between them for Windows: click on the application at the "TASKBAR" down on the screen Alt &TAB button
    16 : Install/reinstall and update system software and drivers
    17 : Internet Applications BROWSERS Mozilla Internet Explorer http: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol edu: Education (gov, org, com, ...)
    18 : FTP (File Transfer Protocol) The simplest and most secure way to exchange files over the Internet. FTP Client is the software that is designed to transfer files back-and-forth between two computers over the Internet. It needs to be installed on the computer and can only be used with a live connection to the Internet. (Browsers, WS-Ftp, SSH, Cute-Ftp,...) PC ARF
    19 : Viruses Viruses are programs that reproduce themselves into the files of your computer Anti-virus software and automatic update Mcafee Virus Scan Configuration of Automatic Mcafee Virus Update via FTP Current security patches applied to operating system and applications. Do not open any unexpected attachments that are e-mailed to you. (Particularly “.exe” files.)
    20 : REFERENCES Computer Fundamentals for Teachers , Major Competencies Basic Computer Operation and Troubleshooting

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