Installing and Uninstalling Software

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Student Edition Lab Assignment: Installing and Uninstalling Software CASE : You are a new student at a local college. As part of your tuition, the school gives you a laptop computer. You will complete your work for all your classes on this computer. In addition, you plan to use the computer for e-mail, money management, correspondence, and contact management. The computer came with only the Windows XP operating system installed. You need to research, purchase, and install the other applications you will need. TASK : Consider how you will use your computer. Think about the tasks you will need to accomplish and the software you would use to do these tasks. 1. Create a new word processing document and save it as Software Installation.doc . Create a table with seven columns and six rows. Add the following as the column heads: Type Description Application Application Publisher Share/Freeware/Commercial Distribution methods Cost 2. Compile a list of at least five types of software you need. Type this list into the first
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