A processor, or "microprocessor," is a small chip that resides in computers and other electronic devices.

The basic job of microprocessor is to receive input and provides a desired output. Modern processors can handle trillions of task.

 Modern processors can often include multiple processing cores, which works together to process an instruction. 

The processor that have 2 cores are called dual cores and those have 4 cores are called them Quad core processor.

The central processor of a computer system is also called CPU.

The processor can handle the all basic instruction such as processing, mouse and keyboard, and applications. 

Besides the central processing unit, most desktop and laptop and computers also include a GPU. This processor is specifically designed for rendering graphics that are output on a monitor.

Mobiles and Tablets may use Intel and AMD CPUs, but can also use specific mobile processors developed by companies like ARM or Apple.

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