What are expansion slots?


Normally as far as I know expansion slots are places in your computer that you can use to add hardware. If you do not have a sound card or an ethernet card you can add one using an expansion slot.
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ISA. ISA, or "Industry Standard Architecture," is a type of expansion bus that was originally introduced in 1981 in an 8-bit version. In 1984, a 16-bit version was introduced
It is a slot for things like Graphics cards and sound cards to fit in, its faster than a normal expansion slot and usually a motherboard will have 2-3.
expansion slot: (computer) a socket in a microcomputer that will accept a plug-in circuit board
the 2 inch slot separated in two sections is for a mini pci (half hight) wireless card that is normally used in laptops, but there are desktop motherboards they also have this kind
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expansion slot
a connection in a computer, especially a personal computer, to which a new board or card can be added to expand the computer's capabilities.
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Expansion slots are the empty slots, on your computer, that will allow you to expand components of your computer. You can add disk drives. You can also add video cards.
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