Administration of the inputs in computer equipment Int Egra team is nt Ivan Garcia Flores ØSaid ØAndrés ØAntonio Llamas

Alejandro Díaz Robledo Martín H uerta ØNarciso ØIván Amaury Rodríguez Jara Vega What are SUPPLIES IN INFORMATICS The input is a consumable used in the production process of another bien.Los inp uts are usually called: factors of production, or productive resources. The comp uter inputs are all that corresponds to parts of software and hardware of the PC . In conclusion an input is all consumed by a computer. Some of the inputs most popular are: CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Flash Memory Hard Disk Flopp y Memory ROM RAM USB Memory Alma sitiv Dispo you cen asbestos or a C omp ut rA ado. Computer systems can store data both internally (in memory) and externally (on s torage devices). Internally, the instructions or data can be stored for a time i n the silicon chips of RAM (random access memory) mounted directly on the main c ircuit board of the computer, or on chips mounted on peripheral cards connected to the plate Memo ry R and I am mor ia ROM Memory ROM: This memory is read-only, and is used to store the basic program of initiation, installed from the factory. This program takes office as the compute r is turned on and their first function is to recognize the devices, (including working memory) devices. RAM: This is called random access memory is, as can be read can also be written in it, has the characteristic of being volatile, that i s, it only operates while the computer is turned on. Here are the instructions s tored both need to run the microprocessor and the data you enter and want to pro cess, Disc or Du ro: They are now the main storage subsystem in the computer systems. It is a device responsible for storing persistent information on a computer, is considered the most important storage system of the computer and it saved the files of the prog rams. Consumer brands Today in the market, brands are an infinite number of storage devices, due to th e high demand rises and the search for the best quality and warranty. Among the most commonly used brands are: SAMSUNG SEAGATE TOSHIBA WESTERN DIGITAL MARKVISIO N DYSAN SONY LG HP IBM IMATION KINGSTON MAXTOR USB Memory A USB stick is a small storage device that uses flash memory to store informatio n that may or may not require batteries (batteries), in recent models, the batte ry is not required, the battery was used by early models. These memories are res istant to scratches (external) powder and some water, which have affected previo us forms of portable storage such as floppy disks, CDs and DVDs. These reports h ave become the storage and transportation system personnel data used in this app lication moving to the traditional floppy disks, and CD. You can easily find on the market reports of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 GB or more (this is at least t he equivalent of 180 CD 91 000 700MB or about 1.44 MB floppies) CD-ROM A CD-ROM (English acronym Compact Disc - Read Only Memory, "Compact Disc - Read Only Memory") is a compact disc used to store nonvolatile information, the same means used by audio CDs, can be read a computer with CD reader. A CD-ROM is a fl at plastic disc with digital information encoded in a spiral from downtown to th

e outer edge. The so-called Yellow Book (or Yellow Book) that defines the CD-ROM standard was established in 1985 by Sony and Philips. It belongs to a group of books known as Rainbow Color Books containing the technical specifications for a ll CD formats. Microsoft and Apple Computer were enthusiastic promoters of the C DROM. John Sculley, who was CEO of Apple, said in 1987 that the CD-ROM would rev olutionize the use of personal computers. DVD-ROM A DVD-ROM (read: 'de-vee-rom') or "Read Only DVDMemoria (English DVD-Read Only M emory) is a DVD that belongs to WORM media, ie, as a CDROM has been recorded onl y once and can be read or reproduced many times. It's an album with the ability to be used to read or reproduce information or data (audio, images, video, text, etc.), Ie, may contain different types of content such as films, video, data, m usic and more. A disc with a capacity to store 47 GB depending on the manufactur er in decimal, and about 4.377 based real GB Computer Consumable Recycling The consumables (ink cartridges, toners for printers and photocopiers, etc.) are considered hazardous waste because they have highly polluting chemicals, which can become a risk to human health and the environment by not biodegradable and r elease toxic metals and hazardous substances. Hence the importance of selective withdrawal from being treated as conventional urban waste. One of the most inter esting alternative from the environmental point of view, is recycling, which has , among others, the following advantages: Avoid practices or activities that inv olve risk management (detoxification treatment, landfill safety, etc). · Savings of oil (it takes about 25 liters to produce a toner cartridge.)