computer software created to allow the user to perform specific a job or task
Turning on the computer and loading the computer's memory
the principal computer chip that contains several processing components, which determines the computer's operating speed. The "Brain" of the computer.
Application that allows the user to enter, retrieve, and update data in an organized and efficient manner and create custom reports that include all or part of the data
Software used for a collection of stored information that can be retrieved electronically
Transmission of messages and files using a computer network
a document generated by using a facsimile machine
A program on a computer that allows the user to create, edit, view, print, rename, copy, or delete files, folders, or an entire file system
an extension at the end of a file name, indicating which application was used to create a document
keyboard, microphone, scanner, mouse
a vast network of computers linked to one another
A computer network that covers a small area.
Accessing a computer or network; also called Login/Sign In
Approximately one million bytes
computer chips that store data and programs while the computer is working.
A collection of computers that are connected
Computers that are connected and ready to receive and/or transmit data
System software that acts as a "go-between", allowing computer hardware and other software to communicate with each other
Monitor, Printer, Speakers, Headphones