How computers work

How computers work - banking, insurance, retail, and...

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Julian Rouse It/205 Professor. Elisa Rowell
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BASIC HARDWARE    ADVANCED  HARDWARE  * Monitor * Central Processing Unit * Mouse * Keyboard * Wireless Network Adapters * Laptops * Networking Equipment * Touch Screens * Handheld Devices
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* Windows * Mac * Linux * UNIX * Productivity software, which includes word processors, spreadsheets, and tools for use by most computer users * Presentation software * Graphics software for graphic designers * CAD/CAM software * Specialized scientific applications * Vertical market or industry-specific software (for example, for
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Unformatted text preview: banking, insurance, retail, and manufacturing environments) BASIC SOFTWARE * Hardware needs * User friendliness * Applications * Networking versus individual use Why are there so many different software How do we navigate it all? * Understanding Hardware Development * Continue learning new Software * Continued Education * Support through Internet & Business * Use what is right for you! What should we do to keep up with the changing times? You should be ready to use the computer....
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course IT 205 taught by Professor Kurts during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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