Fundamentals of Information Systems


Fundamentals of Information Systems


Input devices gather and translate data into a form the computer understands.
Primary input device:
Keyboard - Most common input device; used to type in commands and data.
Mouse - Enhances user’s ability to input commands, manipulate text, images.
Scanners are peripheral input devices which allow users to import:

Hardware - Physical components that make up a computer system

Software - Computer programs and related data that provide the instructions for telling computer hardware what to do and how to do it

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