ICT Rivision - Coggle Diagram
Command Line interface (CLI)
a text-based method of interacting with a computer system, allowing users to perform tasks by typing commands. It's known for efficiency, automation, and remote access capabilities.
Unix/Linux: Bash, csh, ksh, sh
macOS: Terminal (which uses Bash by default)
Windows: Command Prompt, PowerShell
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
is a visual way for users to interact with electronic devices, using icons, windows, and menus (WIMP) to simplify tasks, as opposed to relying solely on text commands.
Dialogue-based user Interface
enables users to communicate with a computer system through natural language, allowing for conversational interactions via text or speech.
enable users to interact with devices through physical movements, like swipes and hand gestures, instead of traditional input methods like keyboards or mice.
control and mesurement
app and pplets
computer-aaided desgin (CAD)
the physical componets that made up the computer system.
Random access memory (RAM)
a type of computer memory that enables quick access to data for the CPU. It is volatile and faster than storage devices, impacting overall system performance.
Central processing unit (CPU)
Read-only memory (ROM)
a type of computer memory that stores permanent instructions and data, retaining its contents even when the computer is powered off.
Network interface card (NIC)
A Network Interface Card (NIC) is computer hardware that enables connectivity to a network, allowing data transmission and reception between devices.
A sound card is computer hardware that enables sound input and output, enhancing audio functions for activities like gaming and multimedia.
Internal hard disk / soild-state drive (HDD / SDD)