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Central Processing Unit - How does CPU and memory work?


The Central Processing Unit operates by interpreting and executing instructions it receives from the Random Access Memory (RAM). Following each operation, the CPU swiftly retrieves the subsequent set of instructions. This cycle is continuously repeated by the processor to carry out intricate tasks such as running software, games, or even the computer's operating system.