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Getting Started

Greetings and welcome! This wiki will introduce and explain to you various interesting components of computers and networks. To search for your desired topic, go to the search box on the top left of the page, go to the contents section on the top of the homepage, or simply search here just to get started:

A treasure chest of knowledge a click away!
  • Our informative wiki gives you the lowdown on all the basic concepts of computing. Finally, understand the jargon that PC Magazine uses!
  • Our articles are written in plain English, so that you can grasp each concept easily
  • Photos, videos and screencasts are laid throughout the wiki, giving you rich resources and adding value to our articles
  • Links and references give you further information to our topics
Still not sure what to do?
  • Find out more about the wiki on the About page.
  • You can always come back to the homepage by clicking our fancy icon (just above the top left search box).
  • To get started with computer concepts, go to our Introduction to Computer Concepts page.
  • If you're confused about what we are saying, there's always a euphoria of pictures (just click on them to enlarge) external links for your interest, as well as YouTube videos, and screencasts to help get you started in our articles.
Is something wrong?
  • We aren't true geniuses like Mojo Jojo, of course, so if there's something wrong, leave a message to us.
  • However, we advise you not to edit our pages, or vandalise/spam them.
  • We continually update this wiki-it's our job to do it anyway!

We really hope you appreciate our effort with this wiki.
The Computer Concepts Wiki Team

About this Wiki

This wiki is dedicated to explaining everything about how your computer works, we will be covering topics such as RAM, video card, CPU's etc. as well as communication and network services like the internet. This wiki was created and is managed by 4 dedicated computer technology students in order to facilitate their presentation to explain the concept of how computers work to their class. Feel free to browse around and make sure that you cite this wiki if you have copied any of the information here. Thank You!

To Mr. Hayes and other 10D students

This wiki is still under construction. Please bear with us about various glitches, such as blank articles, messy homepages, lack of creative logo, and so on so forth. To prevent spam from appearing on this wiki, several pages have been protected from editing.Please do not sign up for an account on this wiki to edit our pages. Vandalism will be reported.

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