Operating System

Motherboard And System Devices

Jumper caps are metallic bridges that close an electrical circuit. Typically, a jumper consists of a plastic plug that matches over a pair of protruding pins. By placing a jumper plug over a different set of pins, you can change a board’s parameters. A “real-time clock,” also known as the “system clock,” keeps monitor of the time of day and makes this data out there to the software.