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The notes cover following topics in full details:-
- What is Computer?
- Block diagram of Computer and its various components
- Classification of Computers
- Characteristics of a Computer
- History of Computer
- CPU (Central Processing Unit)
- What is BIOS?
- Direct Memory Access (DMA)
- Evolution of Digital Computers
- What is a personal computer?
- What is a Laptop Computer?
- What is SemiConductor?
- What is Netbook?
- What is an Ultrabook?
- What is Floppy Disk?
- What is Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)?
- What is Cloud Computing?
- Impact of Computers on Society.
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