Advantages of Computers
Disabled: Computers have changed many disabled people's lives, especially those who are unable to leave their house because of boundaries such as wheelchairs. For people who are confined to wheelchairs, computers give them a chance to experience many things that would not be possible for them otherwise. They can go to a particular museum web site and learn about a Van Gogh painting, or they can go to a science web site and learn about NASA and the space shuttle. These things would not be possible without computers because of their physical disability. Elderly: The elderly also are now able to enjoy different things on the computer. They can research medication they consume, visit a web site about travelingor communicate with their family members. Since the elderly many times do not have adequate transportation because either they no longer drive, or are no longer permitted to drive, computers allows them to do just abou anything from shoppin, to traveling, to learninig, to e-mailing there long lost friends from years prior. It gives them a new freedom. Low Income Families: Hopefully, many more computers will become available to the underprivileged children from low-income families. Possible one day there will be a sliding scale fee for the people in poverty (or near poverty) to be able to afford purchasing a computer. Many, many public schools now computers availbable to their students; therefore, the underprivileged to have a chance to keep up with the upper to middleclass children and not feel so out of place.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Computers
Posted on December 13, 2011 by wpuict
Advantages of Using Computers
Benefits from using computers are possible because computers have the advantages of speed, reliability, consistency, storage, and communications.
1. Speed: When data, instructions, and information flow along electronic circuits in a computer, they travel at incredibly fast speeds. Many...
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