22 junio 2015
What is Plug’n Play If your computer supports "Plug and Play", then, as the name suggests, you simply plug it in and play. For people who are "word perfect", plug and play might sound somewhat misleading. Peripherals, such as your mouse, keyboard, monitors, scanners, network adaptors, or printers are included in this. port.is an abbreviation for UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS. Using this port, your computer detects such
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