How Does a Computer Microchip Work?


Computer microchips are integrated circuits that have been fixed into silicon chips. They work by transferring electrical currents and signals. The currents are then converted into instructions by a receiving device. The whole circuit becomes an environment for transferring electricity and signals. The electrical charges become data through various ways. Computers have the Boolean logic translating the currents into usable computer instructions.
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