Why do we call motherboard a motherboard, Computer Engineering

Motherboard is called as motherboard because in the world all borned creature is directly attached to her mother & after it all the relations makes due to her mother so in the similar manner all the i/o devices (hardware devices) directly attached to the motherboard & all devices know the motherboard first of all in our Computer system & after it any hardware device can talk to other hardware device.           

 

 

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