A method for representing numbers using only two digits, 0 and 1.
Each 0 or 1.
Sequence of events that occurs between the time you turn on a computer and the time that it becomes ready to accept commands.
The path from one component of a computer to another that data uses to travel.
Approximately 1 billion bytes.
Approximately 1,000 bytes.
Approximately 1 million bytes.
A measurement used to describe the speed of the system clock.
Name of the CPU; 5th generation of the Intel processor.
The ability of a storage device to go directly to a specific storage location without having to search sequentially from a beginning location.
Drives can read data from disks, but cannot store new data on them.
Melted sand; what the circuits are embedded into to keep them together.
Used to keep data when the power to the computer is turned off.