Computer Hardware Training: Info and Review Page

The computer hardware training here is a series of free step-by-step tutorials training. If you are not really sure the computer components and it functions, then this course will explain for you in details with graphical illustrations.

As a starter, it might be a good idea to take a quick refresher course in computer basics before you open your system unit. We'll start by looking at each of the parts of your computer system, from the system unit and everything inside to monitors, mouse and keyboards.

Here are the major components of a computer. As you can see, it consists of system unit, monitor, keyboard and mouse.

Computer System Components

An important first step in understanding how a computer works is to know where to find and identify the parts that combine to make up the whole.

Remember, this article is just an overview; we'll go into more detail about each of the components inside the system unit as shown on the table of contents below.

Also, we will do the reviews for the majority components of a PC so you can have a better understanding on each of the parts and best deal for every components.

Table of Contents

Mandatory Computer Components

Optional Computer Components

Processor (CPU) Info and Reviews

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