A larger monitor will marginally slow down your computer. In most cases, you will not notice the difference.
As for affecting gameplay, it depends on what games you are playing. Some games will simply resize the screen to fit the larger monitor, while others will allow you to see more of the environment on a larger monitor.
I think it's from the BIOS. Not sure though
It doesn't. They are two separate things.
NO it does not
A CPU's clock speed is how fast a computer can execute an action and the quicker the clock speed the quicker the computer can execute the action
You can't speed up hardware. Also, deleting files will barely speed up your computer.(20 GB of deleting will only affect your computer by milliseconds)
It doesn't affect the processor speed at all, however it does affect the overall speed of the computer 'cause you'd have more space to store processes (aka applications or programs executing).
Here is the actual question: Explain the role of each of the following in determining the speed of a computer: CD Rom
it offered speed and convenience to work....
If the data on a floppy is a VIRUS or a Worm it would affect the speed of the PC. otherwise data in a floppy does not determine the speed of your computer
A floppy drive does not in itself affect computer speed. Some poorly designed operating systems may temporarily stop responding when a floppy disk is being written to, but these systems are rare nowadays.
Yes but you still need a good isp such as IVC Telecom
All data used by a computer is going through the CPU. the larger the cache size and the higher the clock speed, the faster your PC will operate.
The CD ROM does not have any affect on the speed of the CPU or the speed of the Frontside Bus. The CPU and Frontside Bus is what carries data and the CD ROM is not connected nor involved with the speed of the computer.
There are several factors that are all involved in the speed (or lack thereof) of your computer. To simplify, the major components that directly affect the speed of your computer are: * Processor speed * Bus speed (communication between the motherboard and the processor) * Memory speed/quantity * Hard drive speed There are other items that can have an impact on the speed as well, such as how many applications are running in the background, and what services are running.
No, space on a hard drive does not affect the speed of a computer's processor. If you are asking if it will slow it down then: No, if you have enough ram and your hard drive is not fragmented
Well it all depends on how fast your computer is and what kind of software you are going to put on it. EX: Norton will slow your computer down by about 50%. There are many different types of software and some will not affect your computer much at all.
The main factors in a laptop's speed are its processor and memory. The graphics card also affects speed. The presence of malware can also affect speed by slowing down a computer.
cost..conplexity...reliability...speed and distance...maintenance cist
there isn't one
There will be no effect on the computer speed if a CRT monitor's power cable is directly connected to the CPU. Though the PSU, or, the power supply unit must be upgraded to a 500 W one .
i put his power and finishing up to 99 and just made is speed really good he was amazing in the gameplay i won agains computer on pro 11-2
The speed of the computer processor.