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  • Every computer has its own set of buttons and ports.

  • In this video, we're going to talk about some of the most common ones, including what they're for and how to recognize them.

  • Some buttons are universal, like the power button.

  • Depending on the type of computer you have, it may be on the front, on the back, behind the screen or even on the inside.

  • When you open the lid, the power socket is where you'll connect the power cord.

  • If you have a laptop, you'll have a charging port instead.

  • Most computers provide more than one USB port, so you can plug in any device you might need.

  • Keyboards, printers and USB drives are all common examples.

  • Some computers even have USB C ports, which can be used for many different things, not just plugging in devices.

  • Laptops, for instance, often use the format for the charging port.

  • If you have a desktop, you'll use the monitor port to connect the monitor.

  • There are quite a few types of monitor connections, ranging from HD my to the U.

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  • C style we just mentioned.

  • If you have a laptop, you can connect a separate monitor as long as you have the right equipment.

  • Just look for the display port and plug in the appropriate cable.

  • The Ethernet port lets you connect to the Internet.

  • If you're not using WiFi, all you need is an Ethernet cable, which you can then connect to your modem or router.

  • If your computer has an audio jack, you can use it to plug in wired headphones or speakers.

  • You may or may not have a disk drive, depending on how old your computer is and who makes it.

  • The disk drive can be used to insert a CD, a DVD or a blue ray disk if you have ports that look like this there for older peripherals like mice, keyboards and printers, newer versions of these devices usually connect to be a USB or wirelessly that covers the basics of buttons and ports.

  • Of course, every computer is different, and technology is always changing.

  • To find out what options you have, take a closer look at your computer.

Every computer has its own set of buttons and ports.

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Computer Basics: Buttons and Ports on a Computer

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/17
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