Welcome to inside Computers!!!
Welcome to Inside Computers, an in depth guide to everything inside your computer! On this site, we explain the technology that allows computers to operate, and the concepts behind there design.
To navigate this site, we recommend picking a link from the sidebar on the left that suits your interest. All pages
are broken down into 6 key groups; CPU, DEVICES, MEMORY, MULTIMEDIA, NETWORK, and SYSTEM.
As you can see, it could be easy to get lost, so if you would just like to see everything we have, you can try clicking on the SITE MAP button, and you can view the directory structure of the site from there. It's arranged by the same catagories on the side, but it allows you to view every topic on the entire site on one page.
Another unique feature of this site is the user interaction through the Glossary and Forums. The Glossary is a dictionary of tech terms that you can search through to find any word on the site that is confusing you. Words that are in italic have a very good chance of being in the Glossary. And if they aren't, add them! The glossary of this site grows with the people that use it. This unique feature makes it possible for you to help other readers and give something back to the site.
When you can't find an answer to something in the glossary, or anywhere else on the site, you can head over to our Forums. In the Forums, you can post a message, have it replied to, and find an answer! As well, you can share your knowledge with others and reply with an answer to their questions. Or if your don't need an answer, you can just chat about the inside of computers! We highly encourage you to use the Forums, as they have the potential to be an excellent learning tool. To help protect this site from misuse, we require you to log on to an account to participate in the forums and glossary. There is no personal information needed for a membership, only a nickname!
Without our references, this site would not have been possible! Click HERE to see them. They
are a great bunch of sites that are very informational, and have all of the latest technology
news and reviews. Check them out.
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