What is PLUG AND PLAY (PNP)?

Plug and Play is a term used for a feature in personal computers, which allows them to recognize any device that has been ‘plugged in’ to a computer. Examples include monitors, keyboards, mouses, printers, etc. The computer can read and configure the new device almost immediately, and totally on its own, allowing for maximum convenience.

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