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Discussion Forum : Computer Fundamentals - Section 1 (Q.No. 3)
The brain of any computer system is
Control unit
None of the above
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Tadesse said:   3 weeks ago
Thanks, everyone for giving a description.

Aarati Rajaram patil said:   5 months ago
Cpu because it is the central processing unit has three sub-units memory, alu, and control units.

Khushi said:   2 years ago
CPU (Central Processing unit) is considered the brain of computer.

Shahid said:   4 years ago
CPU contains two parts:

One is ALU and other is CU.
ALU performs arithmetic and logic operations and CU controls the overall operations.
So CU is called the Brain of the computer.

Lspriyanka said:   5 years ago
CPU is also called a Brain of the computer.

Pushpat Mahatara said:   5 years ago
CPU stands for Central Processing Unit.

Babu said:   7 years ago
Why not ALU? said:   7 years ago
CPU stands for central processing unit.

Taniya sahu said:   7 years ago
All computer operator like a mouse, keybord are connected to cpu. Cpu is handling all operators and control like human brian so computer brain is cpu.

Tanay Dey TD said:   7 years ago
CPU= Central Processing Unit.

It's a Microprocessor (It's a chip). It contains millions of transistors which help in manipulate data. There's an ALU (arithmetic-logic unit) part which performs calculation within seconds. Also, CU (Control Unit) gives the result of execution (as taking input and instruction from a program it respond for output).

Further, the ALU is divided into two units, an arithmetic unit (AU) and a logic unit (LU). You may say a CPU as the decision maker.

In simple language, Fetching Instruction from Main Memory to CU, then decoding instruction into command, ALU help to execute the program and again it stores in the memory. A complete cycle goes on.

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