Things Everyone Should Know
A PC (or personal computer) is basically just another type of electronic device which typically consists of the following components: CPU, RAM memory, hard disk/optical drive(s), motherboard and cables. It’s also good to know some basic information about each of these parts so here goes, with the help of explainer videos tech platform!
-The first part found in PCs is called the “CPU” or Central Processing Unit; it contains various electronic circuits for processing data according to instructions given by your software applications. These days CPUs can be found inside laptops as well but they come integrated into desktop computers instead due to their increased processing power.
-The second part found in PCs is called “RAM memory” or Random Access Memory; it’s a type of computer data storage that your CPU uses to carry out programs and store temporary workspaces (such as where you’re currently typing this blog post). It has the ability to load up multiple applications simultaneously but if there happens to be too many open at once, some may need to wait while others finish running before they can continue which usually results in lag times.
-The third main component inside PC cases is known as the “hard disk/optical drive(s)” and this one houses all of your stored files such as documents, pictures etc… These days hard disks are typically used instead of optical drives (CDs/DVDs) due to their increased storage space and speed.
-The fourth part found in PCs is called the “motherboard” which comprises of a number of circuit boards that use various electrical connectors (such as USB ports, PCI slots etc.) for attaching additional components such as video cards or sound cards; it also houses vital chipsets responsible for managing your computer’s memory resources and its communication with other parts inside your PC case.
-Finally we have cables…! These connect everything together so they’re obviously very important but people often neglect how crucial these cables are when considering whether or not something might be wrong with their PC.