What is the full form of COMPUTER ?

COMPUTER Full Form: Common Operating Machine Purposely used for Technological and Educational research

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COMPUTER full form or meaning is Common Operating Machine Purposely used for Technological and Educational research.

By the way, a computer is not an acronym and is the name of an electronic device.

A computer is a simple machine that we can program for a lot of logical and arithmetic functions, and it executes our work according to our instructions.

in simple words, a computer is an electronic device that makes our work easy, and any computer that has been programmed for some set of works, it performs that task or works quickly and correctly.

as the computer is not an Indian word, so many times people want to know the full form of it, and many people use common operating machine purposely for technical and educational research as a full form of computer.

Charles Babbage is called the father of computers, he developed the plan of the analytical engine in 1830, which later came to be known as the computer.

computer full form
computer full form

What is a computer?

A computer is an electronic device that performs our essential tasks according to predetermined instruction.

The computer is capable of storing data, making necessary changes to it, and providing data on demand again.

Today, a lot of our essentials are done with the help of computers, such as typing a document, playing games, sending emails, browsing the web, etc.

You will be surprised to know that our mobile has also become a mini-computer, and that is why today the mobile is capable of doing many of our important tasks simultaneously.

computer working
computer working

Whether a factory, college, electricity department, or our car, computers are being used everywhere, and that is why our cars or new plants are becoming smart.

And along with it, the demand for different level courses related to the computer, such as computer science engineering, IT, BCA, COPA etc. is increasing

Important Parts of Computer

A computer is made up of many essential parts that we can put into two categories: software and hardware

Hardware-

All the physical parts of a computer are called computer hardware, such as keyboard mouse monitor etc.

MotherBoard- 

It is one of the most important lessons of a computer, and the computer’s processor is attached to the motherboard itself.

The port for connecting all types of input and output devices is also located on the motherboard itself.

CPU/Processor-

The CPU, that is, the central processing unit, is also called the brain of the computer or processor, it processes all the data and delivers the required result.

Today most computers and laptops in the world have Intel processors and Intel’s most advanced processor is i9.

 

 

RAM

RAM is also called random access memory, everything we do on the computer is saved on the RAM at that time, and then the information gets erased when the computer is closed.

Hard drive

A hard drive is part of a computer where we can save any necessary information forever.
The operating system of the computer is also installed on this hard drive.

software parts of a compute

Talking about the software parts of a computer, the most important software is the operating system of the computer, the operating system itself performs the necessary tasks with the help of different types of hardware.
Apart from this, we can install any software on our computer according to our requirement, such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Powerpoint, Photoshop etc.

The most famous operating system is Microsoft’s Windows which is used in about 83% of the world’s computers, the second most famous operating system is Apple’s Mac OS.

Evolution of computer

When computers were started, a computer was capable of doing only one task, but today due to the evolution, a computer can handle many tasks at a time, and artificial intelligence (AI) is coming into it.
We can divide the gradual development of computers into these five parts-

  1. First-generation computers:  Based on Vacuum tubes (1940-1956).
  2. Second-generation computers:  Based on Transistors (1956-1963).
  3. Third-generation computers:  Based on Integrated Circuits (1964-1971).
  4. Fourth-generation computers: Based on Microprocessors (1971- Present).
  5. Fifth-generation computers: Present and future- based on Artificial Intelligence (AI)

When computers started to be manufactured in the 50s, computer size was very large, the size of the first vacuum-based computer was equal to one room, and it could do only one work.

Today most people use two forms of computers, which are called desktop or personal computer, and laptop.
There is a lot of convenience in carrying laptops anywhere, so today many people do their important work on laptops.
At the same time, the computer is still used extensively in the office.

Benefits of Computers

Today our way of working has changed completely due to the computer. Following are some advantages of computer-

  • Multitasking
    The biggest advantage of a computer is that a computer can do many things at once, today’s computer is following thousands of instructions every second.
  • Accuracy
    Any computer performs any work according to the given instructions and pre-determined rules without any fault.
  • Speed
    Today’s advanced computer is capable of doing big things in a moment.

Some famous computer brands-

  1. HP
  2. Lenovo
  3. MI
  4. Acer
  5. DELL
  6. Macbook by apple
  7. HCL

Interesting facts about Computer

  • Do you know that today more than 90% of the world’s currency is on the computer, meaning it is in the digital form?
  • The first computer was 18 square feet in size and weighed 27 tons.
  • most people today use the word PC instead of a computer. (Do you know the full form of PC– Comment below)

Most Important Computer Related full forms-

The computer is a very important and very important topic, which we use a lot of acronyms every day, so let’s know the full form of some of them.

Computer Memory or Storage related full forms

KB- Kilobyte  (this is the smallest storage unit)

MB- MegaByte

GB- GigaByte

TB- TeraByte

PB- PentaByte

EB- EXAByte

ZB- ZetaByte

Computer Hardware related full forms

CPUCentral Processing Unit

ROM- Read-only Memory

RAM– Random Access Memory

Prom- Programmable Read-Only Memory

FDD- Floppy Disk Drive

HDD- Hard Disk Drive

CD- Compact Disk

DVD- Digital Video Disk

BIOS- Basic Input Output System

SMPS- Switch Mode Power Supply

VDU- Visual Display Unit

LED- Light Emitting Diode

LCD – Liquid Crystal Display

USB- Universal Serial Bus

HDMI- High Definition Multimedia Interface

SSD- Solid State Drive

VGA- Video Graphics Array

UPS- Uninterrupted Power Supply

PDF- Portable Document Format

NTFS- New Technology File System

MMC- Multi-Media Card

Computer Software related full forms

OS- Operating System

VIRUS – Vital Information Resources Under Seige

ALU- Arithmetic Logic Unit

DVI- Digital Visual Interface

 

Computer course-related full forms

BCA- Bachelor of Computer Application

MCA- Master of Computer Application

DCA- Diploma in Computer Application

ADCA– Advance Diploma in Computer Application

IT- Information Technology

COPA- Computer Operator cum Programming Assistant

CSE- Computer Science Engineering

DCE- Diploma in Computer Engineering

Computer Networking related full forms

2G- 2nd Generation

3G- 3rd Generation

4G- 4th Generation

5G- 5th Generation

WIFI- Wireless Fidelity

WAN- Wide Area Network

WLAN- Wireless Local Area Network

DNS- Domain Name System

HTML- HyperText Markup language

IP- Internet Protocol

ISP- Internet Service Provider

VPS- Virtual Private Server

URL- Uniform Resource Locator

GSM- Global System for Mobile Communication

CDMA full form- Code Division Multiple Access

SIM- Subscriber Identity Module

WWW- World Wide Web

GPRS- General Packet Radio Service

Computer file format related full form

GIF- Graphical Interchangeable Format

MP3- MPEG Audio Layer 3

MP4-

HD- High Definition

4K- 4000

UHD- Ultra High Definition

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