Basic information Of Laptop/Computer | according to uses which PC you should buy.

Computer is an advanced electronic device that takes raw data as input from the user and processes that data. Types of Computers
Desktop sits on a table in the office or at home. They tend to be slightly cheaper than laptops or ultra books. The flip side is that they are space consuming.
All in one is an efficient compromise between laptops and traditional desktop PCs. They too are less expensive. They provide he user a large screen to work with. They are space saving, clutter free, stylish and easy to use.
Notebooks replace the desktop in size. They have similar features as a desktop. Laptops are used for mobility. It has a long battery life and comes in attractive designs. They are also known as notebooks.
Mini laptops They are smaller and lighter than laptops and are primarily meant for travel. They are less expensive and are
used for basic computing, like internet surfing and word processing. The drawback though is that they have no CD or DVD drive and have less computing power.
Ultra Books replace the laptop in size and portability. They have similar features as a laptop but are lighter and slimmer. The drawback of the ultra book is the limited connectivity. The LAN & VGA ports are available only in few models. They are expensive

Main Parts of a Computer

Central Processing unit (CPU): Comprises of the arithmetic logic unit (ALU) and the control unit (CU). The ALU carries out the  arithmetic and logical operations.
The processor is called the brain of the computer. The number of cores in the processor helps the user for getting better performance during multitasking. Single core performance for emails, basic browsing, maps, 2D Games etc. Dual core performance for Flash enables browsing, multi tasking, video chat etc. Quad core performance for console class gaming, faster browsing and media
Intel and AMD are the brands that manufacture the processors.

Cache Memory is an extremely fast memory that is built into a computer's central processing unit (CPU), or located next to it on a separate chip. It is used by the CPU as a storage place for processing instruction. The cache that is built into the CPU itself is called Level 1 Cache (L1) The cache that resides on a separate chip next to the CPU is called Level 2 Cache (L2) .
Random Access Memory (RAM) is used to run the operating system. It is the working memory used by applications for processing. It is very important for multi tasking. The data from the RAM gets wiped out when the computer shuts down. The latest
version of RAM is DDR 4 i.e. double data rate. LPDDR4 RAM used in Mobile.
Hard Disk is a mass storage device used to store user data permanently. The hard drive sizes vary considerably, from about 500 GB to 2TB. This can be supplemented with an external HDD There are 2 variants disk drive and solid state. The solid state hard drives are mostly used in tablets For private circulation.
Mechanism typeSolid nand flash basedMagnetic rotating plate
Weight (2.5")47gms100gms
Operating Temperature25 to 85 degrees5 to 55 degrees
Power consumption0.5watts per hr2.1 watts per hr
System boot time36 sec1min 3 sec

Graphics Card
is a display adaptor that works to display images on the monitor. They can be in built or installed separately. Games are one of the most demanding applications which require the use of graphics card. Nvidia and ATI Radeon are widely used brands for graphics card.
Optical Disc Drive (ODD) is a disk drive that uses laser light or electromagnetic waves near the light spectrum as part of the process of reading or writing data to or from optical discs. The data can be CD, DVD or Blu-ray.
Operating Systems provide a software platform on which other programs/application run. A GUI Operating System contains graphics and icons and is commonly navigated by using a computer mouse.
Windows family of operating systems developed by Microsoft is a series of operating systems produced for use on personal Computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs, and media center PCs.
Windows 10 has been designed to take advantage of the latest
technology. It simplifies everyday work, works the way we want it too and makes new things possible.
It has a smarter search all you need to do is type in the Cortana search box, and you'll see results instantly, grouped by category-documents, pictures music, email, and programs. It also give a better desktop. Windows 10 gets you around your PC faster than ever
The task bar has bigger buttons and full-sized preview and you can pin programs to it for one-click access. Jump Lists provide shortcuts to files, folders.
Windows 8, 10 live tiles are interactive apps that use the internet to bring live updates to users of Windows. The magnifier feature can zoom in or out the font and screen icons. The narrator will speak any text that you put your finger on (for tablets and touch screen

Types of displays

Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is thin and stylish. It is energy efficient and shows crisp images. Relatively light weight, especially in large sizes. They give a larger display area. The flip side is that it is fragile and has limited viewing angle. Colour rendition may be limited or inconsistent. The moving images may smear.

LED is relatively more expensive. It is thinner than an LCD. Consumes low power. It is brighter and provides detailed pictures. There is good colour rendition and moving images are clearer.

Ports of a computer

USB stands for Universal Serial Bus, USB ports allow all electronic devices to be connected via cables to a computer for data transfer at high speed.
HDMI The advantages of HDMI is even more pronounced over DVI because HDMI also carries digital audio & video in single cable.
Firewire is another versatile port that you can use for connecting many peripherals. This way, it competes with the USB port.
RJ45: This connection is used to connect to network or internet connection.
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