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What is Gmail?

Gmail (pronounced Gee-mail) is a free web-based email service that provides users with 15 GB of storage for messages and the ability to search for specific messages.
The Gmail program also automatically organizes successively related messages into a conversational thread.
Gmail, otherwise known as Google Mail, can be accessed from a personal computer, tablet or any Android or iOS device.
According to Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page, the company was inspired to create Gmail because of a user's letter complaining about problems with existing email services, like Yahoo Mail and Microsoft (previously known as Hotmail).
Their complaints included the constant need to delete messages to stay within storage limits and the lack of searchability.

What are Gmail's features?

Gmail's interface is minimalistic and uncluttered. Gmail incorporates a search bar for users to find specific emails and messages can be filtered using tabs that automatically sort emails into categories.
Gmail also offers users the ability to chat with other Gmail users in real time, as well as make video calls. Gmail's storage capacity, at 15 GB, is considerably larger than most other free email services.
Gmail has several features not commonly found in other email services.
For example, Gmail allows users to archive messages instead of deleting them, and Gmail's search function is powerful enough to find specific messages even if a user can't remember the sender, recipient or subject line.

What Does Peripheral Mean?

A peripheral is any computing device or equipment that is part of the computer but doesn’t perform any core computing process. It is an externally or internally connected device that adds up or complements the host computer’s capabilities or functionality in some form.
A peripheral may also be called a peripheral device.
Techopedia Explains Peripheral
Peripherals allow a computer to perform additional services, usually those related to input/output functions. Although they can be externally or internally connected, peripheral are mainly external devices. There are three different types:

  • Input Peripherals: This includes the computer mouse and keyboard as well as scanners and Web cameras.

  • Output Peripherals: Output devices such as printers, plotters and monitors.

  • Storage Peripherals: External hard drives, flash drives and media cards. These peripherals usually provide both input and output functions.

Computers are used to accomplish many tasks. A basic desktop computer desktop includes the computing unit plus a monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Add even more peripherals to the computer, and the computer will be able to do that many more tasks. But, what are computer peripherals? A computer peripheral, technically speaking, is any device that connects to the computing unit but is not part of the core architecture of the computing unit. The core computing unit consists of the central processing unit (CPU), motherboard, and power supply. The case that surrounds these elements are also considered part of the core computing unit. So anything that is connected to these elements is considered a peripheral.


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