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<h1>Types of Computers</h1>
<p>A computer s a programmable device that stores , retrieves and processes data. Today's
computer a electronic devices that accept data (input), process that data , produce
output and store the results. When talking about a computer or a "PC", you are usually referring
to a desktop computer found in a home or office. Below are all the different examples of what is
considered a computer today. Many computers can store and retrieve informaton using hard drives.
Computers can be connected together to form networks, allowing connected computers to communcate
with each other.</p>
<h2> Advantages of Computers</h2>
<li>Cost/Stores huge amount of data</li>
<p> Now computer is not just a calculating device. Now a day's computer has very important role
in human life. One of the main advantages of computer is its incredible speed, which helps human to
complete their task in few seconds. All the operations can be performed very fast just because
of ts speed else wise it takes a long time to perform the task. Multitasking is one of the major advantage of computer. A person can perform multiple task,
multiple operation, calculate numerical problems within few seconds. Computer can perform trillion
of instructions per second. One of the root advantages of computer is that can perform not only
calculation but also with accuracy. Also computers provide security from destructive forces and
from unwanted action from unauthorized users like cyber attack or access attack.</p>
<h2> Disadvantages of Computers</h2>
<li>Virus and hacking attacks</li>
<li>Online Cyber Crimes </li>
<li>Reduction in employment opportunity </li>
<h2> Desktop Computers</h2>
<p> A desktop compute is a personal computer that fits on or under a desk. It has a
monitor or another display,keyboard,mouse and either a horizontal or vertical form
factor. Unlike laptop, whch is portable, a desktop computer is meant to stay at one
<img src="desktop_computer.jpg" alt="PC" style="width:850px;height:305px;">
<p> A laptop s also known as portable computers.It is a computer which is easy to carry around and
the user can fold the laptop along its hinge for carrying. The laptop was created mainly for this
particular reason. Computer parts were scaled to smaller size so this could happen. A modern
laptop is self-contained,with built-in rechargeable battery and peripheral equipment.
The user can also plug it in,for longer battery life and additional peripherals.</p>
<img src="laptop.jpg" alt="portable" style="width:650px;height:305px;">
<h3> Laptops have advantages such as:</h3>
<li>People can carry them anywhere, whether office or home.</li>
<li>They can be used in a smaller space than a desk computer.</li>
<h3> Disadvantages of portable computers include:</h3>
<li>Price is higher</li>
<li>They can be used in a car, resulting in distracted driving</li>
<li>They travel frequently, thus can be damaged, and repairs are more difficult</li>
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can you please check the above coding and tell me if there is any mistake or if everything is correct?
The code looks quite decent to me.
I would recommend to use an external style sheet instead of styling internal (style tag in head) and inline (style attribute on elements, for instance line 50).
Visit w3schools to find out how to add an external stylesheet in HTML this is also a great resource to find other things about HTML5 and CSS3.
Also spaces in filenames can be unsafe, these spaces arent allowed in an URL because they are unsafe characters.
See the accepted answer here for more information.
There is however a mechanism to allow these unsafe characters in an URl this is called URL encoding these spaces are then encoded in the URL with %20.
All unsafe characters begin with a % sign followed by the heximal code from that character in the ASCII table, abbreviation hx on that site.
In brief, spaces are allowed in URLs but are unsafe and should be avoided.
You can find out which filenames contains these unsafe spaces by using a validator as mentioned above, this also generates a warning which is worth to solve.
Finally im not quite sure if the quotes around PC in line 19 are allowed, these are after all reserved characters in HTML, it's probably better to use HTML entities for that.
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