Any peripheral used to provide data and control signals to a computer. .

 Connections › PS/2 › USB › Wireless  Maintenance › Air can › Remove keys .

 Connections › PS/2 › USB › Wireless  Other types › › › › Touchpad Touchpoint Trackball Stylus  Maintenance › Remove ball and clean with soap and water › Keep dirt off mouse feet .

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 What is scans? › Images › Printed text › Handwriting › Objects  Types › Flatbed › Sheetfed › Hand/Portable .

   Digital Camera Digital Camcorder Webcam   MIDI Keyboard Microphone .

.Any peripheral used to communicate the results of data processed out by a computer.

 Types › CRT › LCD  Connections › VGA › DVI › HDMI  Maintenance cleaners › LCD wipes › No household .

 Types › Inkjet › Laserjet  Connections › › › › Parallel USB Network Wireless  Maintenance › Correct driver › Cartridge/Toner .

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 Microsoft PowerPoint is the name of a proprietary commercial presentation program developed by Microsoft. as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. and runs on Microsoft Windows and Apple'sMac OS X operating system. . It was officially launched on May 22. 1990.

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7% of the world's population. as of December 31. According to Internet World Stats. 2011 there was an estimated 2.267. The Internet is a global network connecting millions of computers. This represents 32.233.742 Internet users worldwide. More than 100 countries are linked into exchanges of data. news and opinions. .