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Most computer hardware is not seen by normal users.  It is in [[embedded systems]] in automobiles, microwave ovens, [[electrocardiograph]] machines, [[compact disc]] players, and other devices. [[Personal computer]]s, the computer hardware familiar to most people, form only a small minority of computers (about 0.2% of all new computers produced in 2003) [[Microprocessor#Market statistics|Market statistics]].
 
Most computer hardware is not seen by normal users.  It is in [[embedded systems]] in automobiles, microwave ovens, [[electrocardiograph]] machines, [[compact disc]] players, and other devices. [[Personal computer]]s, the computer hardware familiar to most people, form only a small minority of computers (about 0.2% of all new computers produced in 2003) [[Microprocessor#Market statistics|Market statistics]].
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[[Category:Computers]]

Latest revision as of 02:28, 6 February 2010

Computer hardware is the physical part of a computer, including the digital circuitry, as distinguished from the computer software that executes within the hardware. The hardware of a computer is infrequently changed, in comparison with software and data, which are "soft" in the sense that they are readily created, modified or erased on the computer. Firmware is a special type of software that rarely, if ever, needs to be changed and so is stored on hardware devices such as read-only memory (ROM) where it is not readily changed (and is therefore "firm" rather than just "soft").

Most computer hardware is not seen by normal users. It is in embedded systems in automobiles, microwave ovens, electrocardiograph machines, compact disc players, and other devices. Personal computers, the computer hardware familiar to most people, form only a small minority of computers (about 0.2% of all new computers produced in 2003) Market statistics.



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