Computer Systems

katiemac
Mind Map by , created over 6 years ago

ICT (Computer Systems) Mind Map on Computer Systems, created by katiemac on 03/25/2013.

451
1
0
Tags
katiemac
Created by katiemac over 6 years ago
GCSE ICT Revision
Andrea Leyden
OCR gcse computer science
Jodie Awthinre
ICT Revision 2014
11RaceyG
Simple Present Tense (Test)
Onur Kalafat
Photosynthesis & Respiration
Shubh Malde
MICROSOFT WORD 2013 SKILLS FOR WORK
John O'Driscoll
Types and Components of Computer Systems
Jess Peason
GCSE Computing - 4 - Representation of data in computer systems
lilymate
Computer Systems
lisawinkler10
computer systems and programming quiz
Molly Batch
Computer Systems
1 Desktop
1.1 USES
1.1.1 Web searching, email
1.1.2 Running applications in home and office
1.2 ADVANTAGES - USUALLY HAVE
1.2.1 More internal memory
1.2.2 More hard disk space
1.2.3 Faster processors
1.2.4 Better graphics processors
1.2.5 Larger monitors
1.3 DISADVANTAGES - USUALLY HAVE
1.3.1 Fixed position
1.3.2 Larger physical size/take up more space
1.3.3 Too heavy to carry about
2 Laptop
2.1 USES
2.1.1 Same as desktop
2.2 ADVANTAGES
2.2.1 Small/light weight
2.2.2 Portable
2.2.3 Usually connects to the internet via wireless
2.2.4 Can be used anywhere
2.3 DISADVANTAGES
2.3.1 Easily lost, broken or stolen
2.3.2 Small screen or keyboard can lead to health issues for user
2.3.3 Specification is not as high for desktops costing the same amount of money
2.3.4 High specification laptops are expensive and not as portable
2.3.5 No built in mouse
3 Netbook
3.1 USES
3.1.1 Same as laptops
3.2 ADVANTAGES
3.2.1 Same as laptops
3.3 DISADVANTAGES
3.3.1 Same as laptops
3.3.2 But even smaller in size
3.3.3 Limited specification
4 Embedded
4.1 USES
4.1.1 Used in domestic and industrial appliances
4.2 ADVANTAGES
4.2.1 Perform one task, e.g. running a microwave cooker
4.2.2 Main instructions cannot and do not need to be altered by user
4.2.3 User can input simple instructions, e.g. wash temperature
5 Smartphone
5.1 USES
5.1.1 Mobile telephones with computer facilities
5.2 ADVANTAGES
5.2.1 Same as laptops
5.2.2 Can connect by 3G, 4G and WiFi
5.3 DISADVANTAGES
5.3.1 Same as laptops
5.3.2 Even smaller in size
5.3.3 Limited specification
5.3.4 Have non-standard operating systems
6 MAINFRAME + SUPERCOMPUTERS
6.1 USES
6.1.1 Large and very fast computers used in banks, insurance firms and unis
6.2 ADVANTAGES
6.2.1 Can process very large amounts of data quickly
6.2.2 Very fast calculations
6.3 DISADVANTAGES
6.3.1 Expensive
6.3.2 Take up a large amount of space

Media attachments