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CPUs AND PROCESSORS

Every computer contains a crucially important device which is responsible to perform the arithmetic calculations and logical decisions. This crucial device forms the brain of your device and thus demands all your attention because it is responsible to perform complex math functions which consist of long chains of simple arithmetic and hence your computer can also do trigonometry, logarithms and other tough math problems. CPU is also responsible to make logical decisions based on comparisons such as greater-than, less-than or equal to.

CPU is also responsible for spending a great deal of its time moving data from one place in memory to another. It can, for example, read information from a file on the hard drive and then perform calculations on the data and can then move the data from those devices into its memory.

With the tremendous change in the size of the CPU, despite reducing the size the functions are rapidly increasing hence the CPU performs as a processor where calculations happen. CPU has two components i.e. the arithmetic logic unit and the control unit. The CPU serves as the reader of information being encoded and it also decodes or interprets all the information in the memory in sequence. Hence, the more valid the program is, the better results the CPU will provide. All the attributes of CPU define the importance of this component in your device which eventually forms the major backbone of the efficiency of your system.