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15 Cards in this Set

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Program designed to make work more productive and/or assit them with personal tasks
Application software
Computer on a network that requests resources from the server
Electronic device operating under control of instrctions stored in its own memory that can axxept data according to specified rules, produce and store results
The knowledge and understanding of computers and thier uses
Computer literacy
Collection of unprocessed items, which can include text, numbers, images, audio, video.
Computer designed so the system unit, input devices, output devices, and any other devices fit entirely on or under a desk or table.
Desktop computer
Process of a computer carrying out the instructions in a program
List that helps a user find answers to commonly asked questions
Copyrighted software provided at no cost to a user by an induvidual or a company that retains all rights to software
Computing phrase that points out the accuracy of a computers output depends on the accuracy of the input
Garbage in Garbage out
Type of the user interface that allows a user to interact with the software using text , graphics, and visual iimages such as icons
Graphical user interface
Electric, electronic, and mechanical componts contained in a computer.
Miniture image displayed on a computer screen that represents a program, an instruction, a document, or some other object.
Processed data that conveys meaning and is useful to people
Super computer
seiss of inpute, output, and storage activities performed by a computer.