Computer Organization

Computer organization - Computer organization is a study of a Computer Architecture. E.g. Memory, Registers, RAM, ROM, CPU, ALU, 16 bit/ 32 bit/ 64 bit architecture, what different parts makes a computer, etc.
  * Computer organization refers to how operational attributes are linked togather to realised the architecture specifications.
What is the principle of Equivalence of Hardware and Software?
  * Anything that can be done with hardware can also be done with software and anything done with software can also be done with hardware.
  * "Any task done by software can also be done   using hardware, and any operation performed directly by hardware can be done using software".
What are the three basic components of every computer?
hard drive-   disk drive that reads data stored on hard disks. Also called hard disk drive.
mother board- The main board of a computer, usually containing the circuitry for the central processing unit, keyboard, and monitor and often having slots for accepting additional circuitry.
ram sticks-   Ram which stands for random access memory.
It basically helps operate programs and operating systems. You might see on the programs specifications "Requires 3 GB ram or less". Which means if you only have 1 GB of ram then the program will Lag or not run at all?
By the way, one stick of ram has its own amount of storage on it.
You can by 1 stick which is equal to 2 GBs or just 1 GB.
You can even get ram sticks which is 4GBs but they tend to be the pricey ones.
The historical development of computer (Generations of computer)
Actually speaking electronic data processing does not go back more than just half a century i.e. they are in existence merely from early 1940’s. In early days when our ancestor used to reside in cave the counting was a problem. Still it is stated becoming difficult.
When they started using stone to count their animals or the possession they never knew that this day will lead to a computer of...