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What is a CPUc and what does it doc

The CPU (Central Processing Unit) is a microchip, classed as the brain of the computer. Its job is to interpret the instructions that come from the hardware and software, so that the hardware and software can communicate with each other for example. CPUs have different types (Celeron, Pentium, AMD and so on) and different speeds (600Mhz, 700Mhz, 1.79 (1,790Mhz) and so on). The CPU is one of the main reasons for buying a computer. The faster the CPU can process instructions the faster the computer. However. This is not strictly true. An Intel Pentium 4 is faster than an Intel Pentium 3, in theory. And the “stripped down version” of the Intel Pentium 4 – the Celeron CPU – is supposed to be faster than the Intel Pentium 3. I say supposed and in theory because it depends how you slow the computer down or speed it up.

An Intel Pentium 2 with a 7200rpm hard drive is faster than an Intel Pentium 2 with a 5400rpm hard drive. And Windows 98SE with 256 MegaBytes of memory is faster than Windows 98SE with only 64 MegaBytes of memory. So far this is as expected. However. You can have a Pentium 2 with 256MB of memory and a 7200rpm hard drive that will be faster than a Pentium 3 with only 64MB of memory and a 5400rpm hard drive. This is because even though the Pentium 2 processes instructions slower the instructions are being put into memory a lot quicker. For example. If a Microsoft Word file on the hard drive is being copied into memory, perhaps for printing and/or editing purposes, the copying might be done at 1MB intervals. Whereas when Windows 98SE knows it has more memory it knows it can copy data at 2MB intervals for example. With a faster hard drive as well moving files, installing software, file indexing and so on also becomes faster. So the memory and hard drive make up for the slow CPU.

With time and progress manufacturers have now made it possible for the CPU to be split up into two or four parts (cores), known as Dual Core and Quad Core respectively, which basically means the CPU now has two or four brains to use. These core CPUs spread tasks amonst themselves, making it possible for one brain (core) to print out a document for example while another brain (core) takes care of processing internet tasks for example.

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  1. website creation??
    i need help creating a website on anything. like microsoft frontpage or microsoft word. if its frontpage how do i get it on to my comp. i need step-by-step instructions. can anyone help me. i just need to create a website on anything but other websites. i need to be able to create templates and stuff. i need to create it on something like microsoft word or something. plzzzz help me.

  2. 1. Learn HTML. There’s no way around that. Even if you use a WYSIWYG editor, you’ll still need it, ’cause you will run into problems where the editor does not do what you want it to and directly editing the HTML will be your only solution.

    2. If you want to create templates, I suggest you give Adobe Dreamweaver a shot, the template function’s pretty straightforward once you’re into HTML. Whatever editor you end up using, try to avoid Frontpage. Most web hosts charge you extra if you want to use the Frontpage extensions, which you’ll be tempted to do when you start using that program and they won’t work once you’ve put the page online if the server does not support those extensions.

    3. If you need to use more complex templates and a much more dynamic website, you’ll have to start learning PHP. But beware that other than HTML, which is only a markup language, PHP is a programming language and much more complex, so don’t try learning PHP before you’ve understood the basis of webdesign, HTML.

    4. Start learning CSS once you know HTML. It will give you all the abilities to design your webpage, like controlling line spacing, background picture handling etc. Even if you can do some of those things in HTML too, CSS is much better and gives you possibilities you could only dream of in HTML.

    5. Do never ever use Microsoft Word to create a webpage. The HTML code Word puts out is miles away from any standard and will not work in most browsers other than IE. That’s surely not what you want.

    Get yourself a good book on (X)HTML and CSS or start reading tutorials on the web. There are lots. You won’t get around learning the basics, even if it may seem boring.

  3. Website creation: What software is commonly used?
    I need to become a website creation jedi immediately. What are the most common pieces of software used? I have heard of Dreamweaver from Adobe, is that any good? Is anything else better or easier for a newbee? I am a quick learner.

    If Dreamweaver is used, can it work alone or does it need other Adobe products too?

    Thank for your help!

  4. Website Creation?
    Where’s the best place to get a decent website similar to .uk? with a page for payments aswell. I’m willing to pay a decent set-up fee and also for hosting, but I don’t want to pay too much obviously. Also, it should be a ‘’, a ‘.net’ or similar, but not a ‘.com’ as I’m only looking to start a small website for my company based in gloucestershire, England. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  5. What would be a great website creation software for a beginner?
    I would like to find a website software to help me create a online store for my wife to get off Ebay. I have some time and learn quickly and also have all kinds of picture and some graphic software to help with the process but know very little about creating a website. Can anyone give any pointers or advice?

  6. You heard right. Dreamweaver is the number 1 WYSIWYG website editor for professionals.
    Does it stand alone? Yes it can stand alone. However, you still may want the other Adobe Products like PhotoShop, to create the images, and Flash to create Flash objects.
    Dreamweaver is somewhat complicated to learn and master at first, but you will get the hang of it.
    As a heads up, some people may want server-side languages within their site, so it would be wise to learn PHP/SQL and/or ASP.
    Links are in the Source below.
    Visit to learn web design languages.
    Good Luck!
    If you need any further assistance/advice, feel free to contact me.

  7. Creating an online store is not for beginner software. In addition to html editor you need shopping cart and ecommerce merchant sortware. A good shopping cart should support database access so that you do not have to learn database coding.

    Your web host must support ecommerce. If you want to accept credit cards you will need a security certificate and a dedicated IP address.

    I use CoffeeCup software and for hosting.

  8. Website creation?
    Could you please tell me the difference between designing a website using software such as dreamweaver, front page, coffee cup, yahoo small business, etc. versus using dot net nuke?

    Sorry about my ignorance. Your help is appreciated.

  9. On FreeWebs you build a website for free but then you can pay for a .net ect. address (monthly/yearly pay).You can sell on there by the way.

  10. Simple, .NET is an applications based programming language that must be converted for use as a web design tool. The software you mentioned are all HTML editors and design websites in whatever code is necessary in order to produce the results sought. If your looking to design websites, an HTML editor will make the task a lot easier. I don’t know what .NETnuke is, but I’ll bet it’s not the most friendly of programming codes for the use in web page construction.

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