By James Moran
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It is sealed in a hard, airtight case, so that no dust can get in and damage it. 4 Formatting a Disk Before you can use a disk to store data, it must be formatted. This prepares it to hold data, and checks it for errors. Usually they are formatted at the factory, but you may find an unformatted one from time to time. 5 Bits and Bytes Computer memory and hard disk space is measured in bits and bytes. One bit is the smallest unit, and represents either 1 or 0, depending on its magnetic charge. Eight bits make one byte, which is roughly the space you would need to store one letter of the alphabet.
Unless you tell it to. And even if you did, it probably wouldn’t be able to, because of the cables and things. 2 The First Computer The first computer was called the Atanasoff-Berry Computer, or ABC for short, named after its inventors, John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford Berry. It was made between 1937 and 1942, and was originally designed to solve equations. It was the size of a desk, weighed 700 pounds (50 stone), and contained more than 300 vacuum tubes (a large glass device for converting electricity) and over a mile of wire.
33MHz used to be considered quite fast, but these days 3GHz (gigahertz) is the norm. ■ RAM: This is temporary memory. The more RAM your computer has, the faster it will run. You should look for at least 128MB, more if possible – memory is usually very cheap, and can dramatically improve PC performance. ■ Hard disk space: Hard disk space used to be measured in megabytes (MB), and a 200MB hard disk drive used to be a lot. These days the operating system normally takes up at least 200MB, and hard drives come in gigabytes (GB).
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