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Beginning with the most fundamental, how computers came into existence, the first computers built, and their evolution over time. In this section, you'll also learn about computer architecture units and machine language.
Evolution of Computer EASY
Evolution of Computers generations 1. First Generation – Vacuum Tubes 2. Second Generation: Transistors 3. Third generation: Integrated Circuits
Difference Between Computer Organization and Architecture MEDIUM
Explore the fundamentals and differences between computer organization and architecture. Learn how computers function at their core with comprehensive resources.
Major Features of Computer EASY
In this blog, we will learn about the features of computer along with some frequently asked questions on the same.
8085 Microprocessor Architecture MEDIUM
8085 is an 8-bit microprocessor. It operates 8-bit at a time. The 8085 microprocessor was created using the N-MOS technology.
Addressing Modes of 8086 MEDIUM
Addressing modes are a technique of describing how an instruction will operate data. For instructions that induce a program branch, this addressing method is necessary.
Classification of computers
In this article, we will be discussing the classification of computers. We will look into detail for each of the categories in the classification of computers.
Units of Digital System
In this article, we will learn about the functional units of a digital system.
Difference Between Machine Language and Assembly Language EASY
Machine language is a low-level programming language represented by 0s and 1s, whereas assembly language is more than low-level and less than high-level language.
Amdahl's Law in Computer Architecture MEDIUM
This blog will help you to clear your understanding of Amdahl's Law in Computer Architecture and its formula as well as its derivation.
What is Booth's Algorithm in Computer Architecture? EASY
In this article we will learn what is booth multiplication algorithm and its working in Computer architechture.
Introduction to Division Algorithm in Computer Architecture MEDIUM
The restoring division algorithm is a method used for binary division in computer architecture. It involves repeatedly subtracting the divisor from the dividend and restoring the partial remainder if the result is negative.
Difference Between SRAM and DRAM EASY
You will find a thorough explanation of the concepts of SRAM and DRAM in this article, along with information on how they differ and are used.