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 REGISTERS AND ITS USES IN COMPUTER WORLD. “In this life, all we have is memory! ” This exclamatory sentence is used by many film makers in their dialog.  So does it actually mean something to them?  Yes it definitely means everything to them and us.  That’s why they show them in their cinema (movie, film whatever you say).  Memories mean everything that is stored in our brain after we experience it and then use it as a lesson for life  or entertainment purpose. Humans as well as all living beings do that.  But our topic is  “WHAT ARE REGISTERS? WHY DO COMPUTERS NEED THEM?” So here we begin. The discrete elements of information in a digital computer must have a physical existence in some information storage medium.  Furthermore, when discrete elements  of information are represented in binary form, the information storage medium must contain binary storage elements for storing individual bits.   A binary cell is a device that possesses two stable states and is capable of storing one bi


  HOW DO COMPUTER UNDERSTAND THE BINARY LOGIC?   As we have shown in the previous post  LANGUAGE THAT COMPUTER AS WELL AS HUMAN UNDERSTAND  I am going to dig deep of that topic in this post.  I will try to explain how computer understand the binary logic.   So lets begin.   I am going to write about binary logic, that most of the computer manufacturers and developers use.                  Binary logic deals with variables that take on two discrete values and with operations that assume logical meaning.   The two values the variables take may be called by different names (e.g. true and false, yes and no, etc.), but for our purpose it is convenient to think in terms of bits and assign the values of 1 and 0.     Binary logic is used to describe, in a mathematical way, the manipulation and processing of binary information.   It is particularly suited for the analysis and design of digital systems.   For example, the digital logical circuits of many circuits that perform binary


OPERATING SYSTEMS DIVISIONAL FACTS An operating system is a software program that acts as an interface between the user and the hardware of the computer.  It also manages the components of the machine such as processor management, disk resource management, input output files, devices etc. Some of the operating system i am going to show you.  So lets get started User interface :  the user interface allow the user to interact with the machine.  There are two types of user interface given by the user interface developers.  They are as follows 1. Character line user interface such as linux redhat 2. Graphical line user interface such as windows operating system In character line user interface the user have to interact with the computer by giving commands that’s why it is also called as command line interface. In graphical user interface this control is given to the user where the user with mouse or keyboard will control the command or an object kept on the