2. Different Kinds of Computers
Depending on the size and capacity, computers are
classified into three types:
Microcomputers or Personal computers.
3. Mainframe Computers
Large and powerful computers that are used by
many people (users) at the same time; typically
installed in large organizations.
Located in a central place and accessed by users via
computer terminals or other computers placed at
different locations and connected to the mainframe
Extremely powerful mainframe computers used in
scientific and engineering applications.
uses the Linux kernel, and the Google Chrome web browser with an integrated media player. With limited offline capability and a boot time, according to Google, of eight seconds, Chromebooks are primarily designed to be used while connected to the Internet. Instead of installing traditional applications, users add web apps from the Chrome Web Store, such as word processing and instant messaging.Google claims that a multi-layer security architecture eliminates the need for anti-virus software