Hardware v/s Software

Hardware’s are the tangible devices that are installed/assembled in the computer systems which do a particular task based on the instruction given to them. Software is the intangible part that is installed on the systems having the hardware.




Hardware is the pieces that are attached to the computer and are tangible that can be placed on an Adjustable Computer Desk. Let's start with the "mouse." The mouse allows you to maneuver the cursor on the screen. You can purchase a "mouse" in almost any color or shape.


There is one that is connected to the computer and there is a wireless one, that gives you more freedom. There are optical "mice" that have a light on the bottom instead of the ball. If you use the computer a lot, you might want to try the "mouse" that has a large red ball on top, for easier tracking.




Software programs allow computers to accomplish certain tasks. It is removable and is differentiated from the physical elements of the computer system which is called hardware. Application software allows a user to do something specific as in a word processing software program.


System software allows the computer to operate application software through interfacing with hardware and other software made to user specifications.


You can now get any computer supply from a Computer Supply Store easily.

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