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What is DHCP?
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - Network Protocol to configure network devices so that they can communicate on an IP network.
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What are file extensions?
Often a three letter suffix after a file name to indicate the purpose and content of a file so as the operating system can decide which programme is needed to open/run the file.
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What is RAM?
Random Access Memory
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What is ROM?
Read-Only Memory
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What is the OS?
Operating System - A piece of software that forms a bridge between user and the computer to allow the user to control the computer’s basic functions such as executing applications and controlling peripherals
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What is the CPU?
Centeral Processing Unit
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What is Network Topology?
The configuration of a communication network
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What are Inputs? + Examples
Devices that allow the user to input data into the computer e.g. Mouse, Keyboard, Microphone, Camera, Scanner
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What are Outputs? + Examples
Devices that display data from the computer to the user e.g. Monitor, Printer, Speaker
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What is an OS?
Operating System - A piece of software that forms a bridge between user and the computer to allow the user to control the computer’s basic functions such as executing applications or controlling peripherals
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What is VoIP?
Voice over Internet Protocol - A way of communicating with online phone calls e.g. skype
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What is LAN?
Local Area Network
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What is WLAN?
Wireless Local Area Network
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What is WAN?
Wide Area Network
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Types Of Storage Devices?
Flash Memory, Hard Disk, Cloud Storage
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Often a three letter suffix after a file name to indicate the purpose and content of a file so as the operating system can decide which programme is needed to open/run the file.

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What are file extensions?

Card 3

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Random Access Memory

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Card 4

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Read-Only Memory

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Card 5

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Operating System - A piece of software that forms a bridge between user and the computer to allow the user to control the computer’s basic functions such as executing applications and controlling peripherals

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