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Introduction to Computer :-- Definition of computer, Benefits of computer

Parts of Computer :-- Hardware, Software, Definition of Hardware and Software

Types of Keyboard :-- What is Keyboard, Number of Keys in Normal Keyboard

Introduction to Keyboard Keys :-- Backspace, Enter, Delete, Home, End, Page Up, Page Down, Caps Lock, Shift, Tab, Ctrl, F1 to F12 Function Keys Keyboard Processor

Types of Monitor

Types of Mouse :-- Mechanical Mouse, Optical Mouse

Introduction to Operating System :-- CUI, GUI

 Introduction DOS :-- Ms DOS Internal Commands, How to Use Commands CLS, DATE, TIME, DIR, TYPE, DEL, VER

 What is XP :-- Components of XP : What is Desktop, Task Bar, ICON, My Computer (About Drive and Folders), Recycle Bin (How to Delete and Restore Files)

Introduction Paint Brush :-- Introduction to Drawing Tools, How to Draw an object (All Tools), Save drawing, Edit Colors, Save Object as wallpaper

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