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

Computer Memory :-- Types of Memory : RAM, ROM

Hardware Device :-- Input Device : Keyboard, Mouse, Scanner, Digital Camera

Output Device :-- Monitor, Printer, Touch Screen

Storage Device :-- Internal Storage Device : RAM, ROM

External Storage Device : Hard Disk, Floppy Disk, CD Rom, Pen Drive

Binary Number System :-- Introduction to Binary Number System : Binary digit, Decimal digit, Hexadecimal, Conversion to all number system

 DOS Internal & External Command :-- Introduction to DOS

 Internal Command : MD, CD, CLS, DIR, COPY, DEL, RD

External Command : FORMAT, FDISK, MOVE, EDIT, TREE, XCOPY

Create Folder and Files :-- Folder Create using Windows Explorer, Create File using Ms Word, Check Spelling and Grammar using Word

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