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One Laptop Per Child Information
The one laptop per child project is a movement to supply affordable laptops for children in developing countries for educational purposes.

Computer Peripherals Explained
The seventh article in the series how computers work. This article explores the external peripherals available for use with personal computer.

Computer Monitors Explained
The sixth article in the series how computers work. This article explores the different types of displays or monitors for use with a personal computer.

Computer Storage Devices Explained
The fifth article in the series how computer work. This article describes different types of storage media available for a personal computer.

Computer Memory Explained
The fourth article is the series on how computer work. This article explores the different types of memory that are used in the personal computer.

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Computer Microprocessor CPU Explained
The third article in the series how computers work. This article explores the micoprocessor or the "brain" of the computer.

Computer Motherboard Explained
The second in the series on how computers work. This article explores the motherboard - the "backbone" of the personal computer.

Components of a Personal Computer
This is the first part in a series on how a personal computer works. This article is the base article listing the main components that are the building blocks for a computer.

Accessing Accessibility Features in Windows XP
Access and configure the accessibility features of Windows XP. These features allow the interface to be altered for people with disabilities or special needs.

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