How Computers Are Used

How Computers Are Used - superior to its predecessors. 3D...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/23/11 How Computers Are Used Andrew J. Ayers IT/205
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5/23/11 IT/205 Different types of software Compare Contrast Purpose of the software Different types of software Machine compatibility
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5/23/11 Types of Software Windows Vista Mac OS Linux
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5/23/11 Comparison All three operating systems offer different levels of user interaction, customization, and security. All are held in high regards from many authoritative voices in the IT world. All have pros and cons.
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5/23/11 Contrast Windows Vista Is a young operating system, graphically
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Unformatted text preview: superior to its predecessors. 3D functionality Published by Microsoft Compatible with all major software programs Mac OS 5/23/11 Purpose of Software Consists of programs and data Runs on computers Manages computer hardware resources Provides common services for efficient execution of application software 5/23/11 Types of software and the machine that it is Windows Vista Personal computers Desktops Laptops Tablet PCs Media PCs Mac OS Apple Computers Macintosh line of...
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