The Memory in Your Computer
A computer is simply a machine which is able to execute certain sets of mathematical or logical operations automatically by the use of stored instructions. Modern computers are able to do a wide variety of tasks with the use of programs. These programs allow computers to perform almost all kinds of activities.
Computers can either be desktop or main frame computers. A desktop computer is an inexpensive and easy to use machine that runs directly from a main frame computer. Main frame computers consist of several processing units all connected through a common input/output device. All computers are connected to each other via a bus or a cable.
Most modern computers operate on a microprocessor. The basic microprocessor in most modern computers includes an ARM core, a Virus scanner, and an embedded operating system. The ARM core is responsible for managing the execution of the instructions contained in the virus scanner. The scanning process looks at the instructions in the file that the virus has infected and determines if the file needs to be executed or not.
A microprocessor will run a series of programs until it is halted. Once the program is halted, the operating system will determine the appropriate action to take. In some cases the operating system will require additional hardware such as a ROM, a storage device, and/or a CPU. When these additional hardware devices are required, the operating system will have to communicate with the computer to determine the necessary commands to execute the additional hardware. The computer will store all of its information, including all programs, saved in RAM. This information is used whenever the computer needs to execute a specific program, execute various tasks, or run a series of actions in a specific order.
The primary memory is where the computer will store all of its programs and files for applications. It also serves as the main memory for the computer. The secondary memory is where applications store their data and other things. The third primary memory holds temporary files that are used whenever the computer is in startup mode.
The Random Access Memory functions as the main memory of the computer. It is important to note that the random access memory is slower than the primary memory. This is the place on your computer where applications go when they require accessing a particular program. The difference between the two is that the primary memory is where programs are stored and accessed while the secondary memory holds temporary files and other information that are not needed constantly by the computer. This is why it is recommended that you do not change the content of the registry of the computer with the intention to delete any files from the secondary memory.