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GO! with Computer Concepts Getting Started

GO! with Computer Concepts Getting Started - 08 edition

GO! with Computer Concepts Getting Started - 08 edition

ISBN13: 9780132327930

ISBN10: 0132327937

GO! with Computer Concepts Getting Started by Shelley Gaskin and Diane Coyle - ISBN 9780132327930
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 08
Copyright: 2008
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Published: 2008
International: No
GO! with Computer Concepts Getting Started by Shelley Gaskin and Diane Coyle - ISBN 9780132327930

ISBN13: 9780132327930

ISBN10: 0132327937

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 08

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Summary

The primary goal of ''GO! with Computer Concepts Getting Started, 1/e'', is to introduce students to basic computer concepts. Definition and discussion of computer types, hardware, software, network types and safe computing practices. Ideal for students and others seeking a conclusive introduction to computer concepts.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 4-Basic Computer Concepts Objective 1: Define Computer and Identify the Four Basic Computing Functions Objective 2: Identify the Different Types of Computers a. Microcomputers b. Servers c. Mainframe Computers d. Supercomputers e. Embedded Computers Objective 3: Describe Hardware Devices and Their Uses a. System Unit b. Storage Devices c. Evaluating Your System d. Ports e. Input Devices f. Output Devices Objective 4: Identify Types of Software and Their Uses a. System Software b. Application Software Objective 5: Describe Networks and Define Network Terms Objective 6: Identify Safe Computing Practices a. Computer Maintenance b. Viruses c. Spyware d. Protecting Yourself and Your Computer
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