Expanding the system

Poole, Lon; Hurty, Arne
December 1992
Macworld;Dec1992, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p232
Part III. Presents part three of a three part series on how a computer works. Where the files are; Organizing by block; Encoding data; Putting the data on paper; Data on the line; Local area network (LAN); Expanding the capabilities of basic computer systems; Retrieving stored information; File organization; Tracing file retrieval in a hard drive; Printing a document; Communicating with other computers; More.


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