Many people don’t know the basic differences between a CPU and motherboard. Even if you have worked with computers for years, it can still be difficult to tell them apart. The article will try to explain the difference in terms that are easy to understand.
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It’s the time of year when everyone is gearing up for the holidays and looking forward to a break from work. It’s also a great time to take on some new hobbies and explore your interests further. One hobby that might be worth exploring this winter is computer building, or assembling your own PC. As we head into 2018 it may be time to upgrade as more companies are relying on mobile phones as their main computing device so what you use at home will still need an upgrade. But how do you know if now is the best time?
The first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “computer” is probably a desktop. But what if I told you there are other types of computers, like laptops and tablets? Those are just two examples of other kinds of computers. There’s one more type too: smartphones! You’ve heard of those before, right? And they’re not just for making phone calls anymore – they can do lots more things. In this blog post, we’ll explore how the most common form factor among these devices has changed over time from desktops to laptops and finally to tablets.