Based on their read write capability and their storage capability, computer memory can be classified into primary and secondary memory. This note explains about different types of computer memory.
Auxiliary memory is used as permanent storage of data. The data and instructions are supplied to primary memory from auxiliary memory. This note provides an information about auxiliary memory.
Each of the five generations of computers is characterized by a major technological development that fundamentally changed the way computers operate, resulting in increasingly smaller, cheaper, more powerful and more efficient and reliable computing devices. This note explains about the five generations of computer.
Computer System can be broadly classified into four groups, namely: Mainframe Computer, Minicomputer, Microcomputer and Supercomputer. This note provides an information about classification of computers.
The language that is used to write a computer program is called computer language. They are broadly classified into two types: Low Level Language and High Level Language. This note explains about different types of computer language.
This notes list some of the popular computer languages such as C, C++ and Pascal. It also lists the differences between C and C++.