(ROM) Random Access Memory
The instructions are stored in the Master Boot Record (MBR).
Read Only Memory (ROM)
The System BIOS, also known as the ROM BIOS.
a CPU is the central processing unit which controls your computer
Central prossing unit (CPU) is the prossing part of the computer. It process the raw data and provide meaningful information to the user. In other word we can say that, CPU is the brain of the computer that controls overall function of computer. Computer is usefulness without the proper use of cpu.
The CPU is the 'Central Processing Unit' - essentially the 'brain' of the computer. It controls everything that the computer does.
The BIOS contains firmware used to start a personal computer. The BIOS is stored on non- volatile Read Only Memory (ROM) on the motherboard. In modern computers this ROM is not permanent however. It can be deliberately erased and reprogrammed.
The CPU (Central Processing Unit) assigns tasks to the hardware within the computer.
A CPU stands for Computer Processing Unit and it controls all of the things that the computer does, including running its programming and making calculations.
The central processing unit of a computer is the central processor that controls everything else. In a general purpose computer it is a general purpose processor with arithmetic and logical capabilities. The 8086 was designed to be the central processing unit of a computer, but so were a lot of other chips.
The CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is kinda like the brain of the computer. It performs the calculations, processes data, and controls the rest of the computer.
Assuming the CPU you're talking about is the computer itself, the Microprocessor processes the data on the computer, it is also known as the CPU.
To control the activities of a computer system or to control the operation of a computer, directs the input and output of data, keeps track of files, and controls the processing of computer programs.
The printer room has the computer password for the factory. It is at the right. The launch room has the computer controls which need the password. It is on the right of the processing room. (see related questions)
A motherboard is basically a brain of the computer. It controls everything your computer does, it's controls your RAM, HDD, etc. The HP I'm on right now uses a AMD Athlon X2 motherboard. - Actually, the brain of the computer is the CPU (Control Processing Unit). The motherboard, holds the CPU and other components that combine to form a computer.
The abbreviation cpu can stand for many things. Most commonly known as standing for "Central Processing Unit" which is a part of a computer system, the "CPU" is the "brain" of the computer, or what controls it.
The CPU (Central Processing Unit) or simply Proccessor is the small chip that controls and runs everything in the computer. If it wasn't for that the computer would do NOTHING. The most popular ones are Pentiums and the new Core 2 Duo
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