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Meet mr computer

Have you ever seen a computer in a store and said, "Whoa! What a chick!"

? I am sure you would have, if you were familiar with the new 16xCD-ROM

and extra wide SCSI-2 9.0 GB hard drive it features, or if you knew about

the dual 225 MHz Pentium pro MMX chips blazing up its performance. To

tell you all about computers, it takes a total computer nut like me. After

working with computers almost all my life, I can tell you that a computer

is an electrical device, without which a guy like me probably cannot

survive. If you have no idea of what I am beeping about, read on. Experts,

I report no error in reading further.

Computers are very productive tools in our everyday lives. To

maximize the utility of a computer, what you need to do is get going with

the program. To do that, the minimum system requirements are a C.P.U.

or the central processing unit, a keyboard, a monitor, a mouse, and if you

want, a printer and a CD - ROM drive. The C.P.U. is that part of a

computer that faithfully does what his master tells him to do, with the

help of input devices like a keyboard or a mouse. After all this so called

sophisticated, next generation equipment, you need some sort of software.

Software is a set of instructions to the C.P.U. from a source such as a

floppy disk, a hard drive or a CD - ROM drive, in zillions of 1's and 0's.

Each of these tiny little instructions makes up a bit. Then they assemble

to form a byte. Bytes make up a program, which you run to use the

computer's various applications.

Now that you know more about computers than Einstein did, let me

tell you something more about them, so that you will beat the President in

the field of computing. In your computer, you require a good amount of

RAM, which is there to randomly accesses memory. That is required to

speed up your computer, so that it gives you more error messages in less

time. The faster the error messages it gives, the faster you call technical

help at 1-800-NeedHelp. The service is open 24 hours a day, but to get

through, you will have to wait, at least, until the next Halley's comet passes

by. The only thing now required, for you to become the master of this

part of the world, is to have a very BOLD determination to become a

computer geek. Since you have learnt everything about the basics, I would

like to transfer command to the owner's manual, that came with your

computer, to help you master the specific applications.

While learning the basic fifth generation of PCs, let's not forget the

choice of the new generation, network computing on the Internet and the

world wide web. Internet is probably the most important development in

the history of human beings, since the evolution of the Macintosh. The

Internet can do all the projects and presentations, your teachers demand

of you. It can also buy you some pizzas from Pizza-Hut and help you book

a ticket for your flight to Ithaca. But as every benefit has a big loophole, in

this case the problem is, once you dial up your Internet service provider,

you are welcomed by a busy signal! So boy, are you glad after half an hour

or so, that you finally meet with success getting on-line. After you go

on-line, you open the Netscape Navigator browser to go find what you

want. You go to a search engine, and then another search engine, and then

yet another search engine, and then you finally find out that what you

want is just what you don't get in this terrible world of advertisement. So

you quit and go join a chat group, talking with the weirdest of people you

can think of, thinking of the fun you are having in this beautiful world,

without knowing who it is that you are talking to, and forgetting the fact

that the $$$ meter is rising and climbing and mounting every hour you

are on-line.

Finally, you know that the typical use of computers is not only for

typing and calculating, but also for learning the masterful art of patience

and how to cope with the mistakes others make without cursing them. Life

is not possibly possible without this abnormally useful machine in these

good old 90's. Since all that starts well, ends well, to end this reading you

might want to close this page with your thumb and your forefinger, or

else you might get an error message, and then you will have to read this

all over again.

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