I was reading a physics book by some author and I got a little too confused with the explanation he stated about magnetic fields.
A magnetic field is a field of force produced by current-carrying conductors or by permanent magnets.
Correct me if I'm wrong: A magnetic field is basically a region / space where magnetic lines / flux lie. Thus, any magnetic objects inside the magnetic field will be attracted or repelled depending on its charges. Thus, this means that if a magnetic object is inside the magnetic field, the object should feel either a pulling or a pushing force acting on it. So, if the current-carrying conductors will produce a magnetic field, then this somehow means that I am inside a magnetic field produced by the current-carrying conductors (microchips and the wires inside the computer). And I believe I have enough metals around the computer, why don't my magnetic metals not experience any force acting on it?