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The difference between a human and a computer is similar yet far fetched In the past decade that would have thought we would have evolved to such a higher and more sophisticated human I mean computers in my opinion might as well be us except for the lack of communication skills along with emotional feelings Humans have a very complex brain A computer has a brain but we call it a Central Processing Unit In the CPU there are allot of things going on such as computations and applications being applied at one time The male gender of the human race can easily relate with this concept Both humans and computers receive information We call this input The different ways a human receives input are through our senses such as sight hearing feeling and smelling A computer receives input via a keyboard mouse sensors scanners microphones and cameras In order to justify any command you must incorporate input or you will never receive output Humans express output by speaking writing and body language All of witch can be a useful device when trying to accomplish certain tasks Same concept for a PC Outputs for these devices are extracted through printers monitors and speakers all of witch make living as a whole more enjoyable Of course there are exceptions to almost every rule An example of this could be your boss expecting more of an output in the workforce because of a new application This would obviously be to your disadvantage if you follow the phrase Work smarter not harder Memory is key when doing anything that requires success Computers memory consists of a primary and a secondary The primary memory is called the hard drive or RAM Secondary is labeled as a ROM These abbreviations stand for random access memory and read only memory
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