#1Learn How to Build a ComputerThis course is useful if you want to determine which parts to buy, put together all the parts that make up your PC, install a Windows operating system, install anti-virus software, test your built computer to see if it's running at optimal temperatures, and troubleshoot your build in case something didn't go right on the first try.Course
#2[TUTORIAL] How to Build a Computer from Scratch: Complete BlueprintThis course will teach you everything you needÃ‚Â to create your own custom built computer. You'll gain the ability to confidently shop for computer components and understand how computer hardware works. Plus, it explains how toÃ‚Â install an operating systemÃ‚Â and how to troubleshoot for certain computer issues.Course
#3[TUTORIAL] How To Build a Computer: A Beginner's Guide
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the first ever mouse, invented by Doug Engelbart in around 1964, was made of wood? The term “computer” was first recorded as being used in 1613, originally as a term for people who performed calculations or computations. This definition was retained until the end of the 19th century when the industrial revolution brought about machines whose main purpose was calculating. In 1822, polymath and inventor Charles Babbage conceptualized and began working on the Difference Engine, considered by many to be the first automatic computing machine. But due to lack of funding and support, the engine was never finished and developed completely. 15 years later, in 1837, Babbage proposed the first general-purpose computing machine named the Analytical Engine. It contained an integrated memory, punch cards, basic flow control, and an Arithmetic Logic unit. Again, due to lack of funding, the computer was never finished. Nevertheless, his youngest son, Henry Babbage, completed a portion of the machine and was able to perform basic calculations and computations. The Analytical Engine, despite not seeing completion, was the first machine that deserved to be called a computer.
The Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator, or simply EDSAC, was constructed by Maurice Wilkes and his team at the University of Cambridge Mathematical Laboratory in England. In 1952, Sandy Douglas developed OXO, a version of tic-tac-toe for the EDSAC, and was seen by many as the world’s first video game on a computer.
#4Build Your Own PC Do-It-Yourself For Dummies
Learn to build a customized computer for your needs with this easy and thorough step-by-step guide. This book contemplates the tools you need, the operating systems you should choose and how to install CD and DVD drives. You'll also learn to set up and configure your hard drive, some tips for securing your system, and more.Books
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#7[TUTORIAL] How to Build a Gaming PC by Frank Passalacqua
#8Build Your Own Gaming PC
#9[TUTORIAL] How to Build a Gaming PC by Austin Evans