How a computer is builtNow that you have No Limits Internet available in your area, it may be time to upgrade your computer. You have the option of putting together your own computer, or finding one that best fits your needs. By many, how a computer is built is confounding. As is the case for many other computer parts and applications, YouTube has videos that can help beginners look like all-stars when learning about computers. Throughout this blog we will discuss a few different pieces that can maximize your computer needs and wants!

Hard Drive: In recent years, hard drives in computers have become much larger, while a new technology called Solid State has also made them quicker. One cool and innovative idea is using both a solid state drive and a regular internal hard drive to store different files and applications.

Memory: Also known as RAM (Random Access Memory) is a component used to store temporary instructions and data. This computer part will help speed up applications that are large in size. Memory also helps the Central Processing Unit (CPU).

Central Processing Unit (CPU): The CPU in a computer is known as the brains of the computer. It takes information from programs and gives instructions by processing the information. The faster and stronger the processor is, the better the computer will run. 

The three different parts of the computer that we have listed above are only a few of different parts contained in a computer. The beauty of building your own computer is that you can completely customize it to fit your own needs. Obtaining a Reliable Internet Service along with a strong computer will make browsing and computer functionality as quick as you want it to be. If you would like to learn more about the Michigan Internet Provider, FreedomNet Solutions, please visit our website or call us at (866)669-4737 Ext. 2.