The central processing unit (CPU) in English CPU or simply processor. It is the component in a digital computer that interprets the instructions and processes the data contained in the computer programs. CPUs provide the fundamental feature of digital computer, programmability, and are one of the necessary components found on computers or computers of any time, along with primary storage and input / output facilities. The CPU is known as a microprocessor that is manufactured with integrated circuits. Since the mid-1970s, single-chip microprocessors have almost completely replaced all other CPU types, and today, the term "CPU" is usually applied to some type of microprocessor.
The term "central processing unit" is, in general terms, a description of a certain class of logic machines that can execute complex computer programs. This broad definition can easily be applied to many of the early computers that existed long before the term "CPU" was widely used. However, the term itself and its acronym have been in use in the computer industry at least since the early 1960s. The form, design and implementation of CPUs has changed dramatically since the first examples, but its fundamental operation has remained quite similar.
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