Many people in general have enough problems to deal with. Why should organization add to them? Computers are known to be the key factor of saving people from falling off the edge of their chair every time they were to have to think really hard. If an individual were to purchase a computer he/she should take the following into consideration: "Will this make my job easier? Do I need extra multimedia capabilities? Will I be using the Internet?" Many people go out and buy a computer without acknowledging what should be included in the purchase.
Many businesses and organizations use computers for projects such as graphs, calendars, calculators, word processors, and even filing tax returns online. When calling the doctors office to make an appointment the receptionist will ask for the name. Why is this? By telling a name, the computer automatically searches and pulls up the medical history, address, age, etc. Without this technology, people would have to file space consuming papers manually, and, in addition, try to read doctors' handwritings. Computers in today's businesses allow us to make clerical work easier.
Getting down to really utilizing the PC consists of using Microsoft Office, including Power Point Presentations, Word, Excel, Outlook, Works, Frontpage, etc.. Networking the computers gives selective access to certain individuals such as: the President of Microsoft, store manager, or a janitor. If a company grants its employees access to a computer they may expand with certain accessories that can be installed, or plugged into your computer. If one were to go camping and take pictures, but wanted to post the Kodak pictures on the family web site, it wouldn't be a problem using the computer. There now are picture scanners that make fully digitalized photos on the computer screen from normal camera film. Making a webpage is not a hard task. The computer includes a modem that is plugged into the PCI slot. It is used to connect the computer...
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