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    • Application software is a software any body can develop it for a particular work. example in a glossary store we can have a application software for accounts, stock list but it can not be used any where other than it.
    • Application software is a software any body can develop it for a particular work. example in a glossary store we can have a application software for accounts, stock list but it can not be used any where other than it.
    • Computer software, or just software, is a collection of computer programs and related data that provides the instructions for telling a computer what to do and how to do it.
    • Program software performs the function of the program it implements, either by directly providing instructions to the computer hardware or by serving as input to another piece of software.
    • Computer software is so called to distinguish it from computer hardware, which encompasses the physical interconnections and devices required to store and execute (or run) the software.
    • Application software usually runs on an underlying software operating systems such as Linux or Microsoft Windows.
    • Practical computer systems divide software systems into three major classes[citation needed]: system software, programming software and application software, although the distinction is arbitrary, and often blurred.
    • System software is computer software designed to operate the computer hardware to provide basic functionality and to provide a platform for running application software System software includes device drivers, operating systems, servers, utilities, and window systems.
    • Programming software include tools in the form of programs or applications that software developers use to create, debug, maintain, or otherwise support other programs and applications.
    • People who use modern general purpose computers (as opposed to embedded systems, analog computers and supercomputers) usually see three layers of software performing a variety of tasks: platform, application, and user software.
    • Since software can be designed using many different programming languages and in many different operating systems and operating environments, software standard is needed so that different software can understand and exchange information between each other.
    • This involves passing instructions from the application software, through the system software, to the hardware which ultimately receives the instruction as machine code.
    • Software quality is very important, especially for commercial and system software like Microsoft Office, Microsoft Windows and Linux.
    • Other software comes with a free software license, granting the recipient the rights to modify and redistribute the software.
    • Software can be patented in some but not all countries; however, software patents can be controversial in the software industry with many people holding different views about it.
    • As noted in different section, software is usually created on top of existing software and the application programming interface (API) that the underlying software provides like GTK+, JavaBeans or Swing.
    • A person who creates software is called a programmer, software engineer, software developer, or code monkey, terms that all have a similar meaning.
    • Untitled Page one is application sofware and another is OS software.
    • Application software is a software any body can develop it for a particular work. example in a glossary store we can have a application software for accounts, stock list but it can not be used any where other than it.
    • OS software is a software it is developed for particular use.
    • OS software used only for communicating between hardware & the user. A. Azeez.
    • In a software there are two types one is application sofware and another is OS software.
    • Application software is a software any body can develop it for a particular work. example in a glossary store we can have a application software for accounts, stock list but it can not be used any where other than it.
    • OS software is a software it is developed for particular use.
    • OS software used only for communicating between hardware & the user.
    • Computer software, or just software, is a collection of computer programs and related data that provides the instructions for telling a computer what to do and how to do it.
    • Software refers to one or more computer programs and data held in the storage of the computer for some purposes.
    • In other words, software is a set of programs, procedures, algorithms and its documentation concerned with the operation of a data processing system.
    • Program software performs the function of the program it implements, either by directly providing instructions to the computer hardware or by serving as input to another piece of software.
    • The term was coined to contrast to the old term hardware (meaning physical devices).
    • In contrast to hardware, software "cannot be touched".
    • Software is also sometimes used in a more narrow sense, meaning application software only.
    • Sometimes the term includes data that has not traditionally been associated with computers, such as film, tapes, and records.
    • Computer software is so called to distinguish it from computer hardware, which encompasses the physical interconnections and devices required to store and execute (or run) the software.
    • At the lowest level, executable code consists of machine language instructions specific to an individual processor.
    • A machine language consists of groups of binary values signifying processor instructions that change the state of the computer from its preceding state.
    • Programs are an ordered sequence of instructions for changing the state of the computer in a particular sequence.
    • It is usually written in high-level programming languages that are easier and more efficient for humans to use (closer to natural language) than machine language.
    • High-level languages are compiled or interpreted into machine language object code.
    • Software may also be written in an assembly language, essentially, a mnemonic representation of a machine language using a natural language alphabet.
    • Assembly language must be assembled into object code via an assembler.
    • Software includes all the various forms and roles that digitally stored data may have and play in a computer (or similar system), regardless of whether the data is used as code for a CPU, or other interpreter, or whether it represents other kinds of information.
    • Software thus encompasses a wide array of products that may be developed using different techniques such as ordinary programming languages, scripting languages, microcode, or an FPGA configuration.
    • The types of software include web pages developed in languages and frameworks like HTML, PHP, Perl, JSP, ASP.
    • NET, XML, and desktop applications like OpenOffice. org, Microsoft Word developed in languages like C, C++, Objective-C, Java, C#, or Smalltalk.
    • Application software usually runs on an underlying software operating systems such as Linux or Microsoft Windows.
    • Software (or firmware) is also used in video games and for the configurable parts of the logic systems of automobiles, televisions, and other consumer electronics.
    • Practical computer systems divide software systems into three major classes[citation needed]: system software, programming software and application software, although the distinction is arbitrary, and often blurred.
    • System software is computer software designed to operate the computer hardware to provide basic functionality and to provide a platform for running application software. [6][7] System software includes device drivers, operating systems, servers, utilities, and window systems.
    • System software is responsible for managing a variety of independent hardware components, so that they can work together harmoniously.
    • Its purpose is to unburden the application software programmer from the often complex details of the particular computer being used, including such accessories as communications devices, printers, device readers, displays and keyboards, and also to partition the computer's resources such as memory and processor time in a safe and stable manner.
    • Programming software include tools in the form of programs or applications that software developers use to create, debug, maintain, or otherwise support other programs and applications.
    • The term usually refers to relatively simple programs such as compilers, debuggers, interpreters, linkers, and text editors, that can be combined together to accomplish a task, much as one might use multiple hand tools to fix a physical object.
    • Programming tools are intended to assist a programmer in writing computer programs, and they may be combined in an integrated development environment (IDE) to more easily manage all of these functions.
    • Application software is developed to perform in any task that benefits from computation.
    • It is a set of programs that allows the computer to perform a specific data processing job for the user.
    • It is a broad category, and encompasses software of many kinds, including the internet browser being used to display this page.
    • Users often see things differently than programmers.
    • People who use modern general purpose computers (as opposed to embedded systems, analog computers and supercomputers) usually see three layers of software performing a variety of tasks: platform, application, and user software.
    • Most software has software documentation so that the end user can understand the program, what it does, and how to use it.
    • Without clear documentation, software can be hard to use—especially if it is very specialized and relatively complex like Photoshop or AutoCAD.
    • Developer documentation may also exist, either with the code as comments and/or as separate files, detailing how the programs works and can be modified.
    • An executable is almost always not sufficiently complete for direct execution.
    • Software libraries include collections of functions and functionality that may be embedded in other applications.
    • Operating systems include many standard Software libraries, and applications are often distributed with their own libraries.
    • Since software can be designed using many different programming languages and in many different operating systems and operating environments, software standard is needed so that different software can understand and exchange information between each other.
    • For instance, an email sent from a Microsoft Outlook should be readable from Yahoo! Mail and vice versa.
    • Computer software has to be "loaded" into the computer's storage (such as the hard drive or memory).
    • Once the software has loaded, the computer is able to execute the software.
    • This involves passing instructions from the application software, through the system software, to the hardware which ultimately receives the instruction as machine code.
    • Each instruction causes the computer to carry out an operation – moving data, carrying out a computation, or altering the control flow of instructions.
    • Data movement is typically from one place in memory to another.
    • Sometimes it involves moving data between memory and registers which enable high-speed data access in the CPU.
    • Moving data, especially large amounts of it, can be costly.
    • So, this is sometimes avoided by using "pointers" to data instead.
    • Computations include simple operations such as incrementing the value of a variable data element.
    • More complex computations may involve many operations and data elements together.
    • Software quality is very important, especially for commercial and system software like Microsoft Office, Microsoft Windows and Linux.
    • If software is faulty (buggy), it can delete a person's work, crash the computer and do other unexpected things.
    • Faults and errors are called "bugs. " Many bugs are discovered and eliminated (debugged) through software testing.
    • However, software testing rarely – if ever – eliminates every bug; some programmers say that "every program has at least one more bug" (Lubarsky's Law).
    • All major software companies, such as Microsoft, Novell and Sun Microsystems, have their own software testing departments with the specific goal of just testing.
    • Software can be tested through unit testing, regression testing and other methods, which are done manually, or most commonly, automatically, since the amount of code to be tested can be quite large.
    • For instance, NASA has extremely rigorous software testing procedures for many operating systems and communication functions.
    • Many NASA based operations interact and identify each other through command programs called software.
    • This enables many people who work at NASA to check and evaluate functional systems overall.
    • Programs containing command software enable hardware engineering and system operations to function much easier together.
    • The software's license gives the user the right to use the software in the licensed environment.
    • Some software comes with the license when purchased off the shelf, or an OEM license when bundled with hardware.
    • Other software comes with a free software license, granting the recipient the rights to modify and redistribute the software.
    • Software can also be in the form of freeware or shareware.
    • Software can be patented in some but not all countries; however, software patents can be controversial in the software industry with many people holding different views about it.
    • The controversy over software patents is about specific algorithms or techniques that the software contains, which may not be duplicated by others and considered intellectual property and copyright infringement depending on the severity.
    • Design and implementation of software varies depending on the complexity of the software.
    • For instance, design and creation of Microsoft Word software will take much more time than designing and developing Microsoft Notepad because of the difference in functionalities in each one.
    • Software is usually designed and created (coded/written/programmed) in integrated development environments (IDE) like Eclipse, Emacs and Microsoft Visual Studio that can simplify the process and compile the program.
    • As noted in different section, software is usually created on top of existing software and the application programming interface (API) that the underlying software provides like GTK+, JavaBeans or Swing.
    • Libraries (APIs) are categorized for different purposes.
    • For instance, JavaBeans library is used for designing enterprise applications, Windows Forms library is used for designing graphical user interface (GUI) applications like Microsoft Word, and Windows Communication Foundation is used for designing web services.
    • Underlying computer programming concepts like quicksort, hashtable, array, and binary tree can be useful to creating software.
    • When a program is designed, it relies on the API.
    • For instance, if a user is designing a Microsoft Windows desktop application, he/she might use the .
    • NET Windows Forms library to design the desktop application and call its APIs like Form1. Close() and Form1.
    • Show()[8] to close or open the application and write the additional operations him/herself that it need to have.
    • Without these APIs, the programmer needs to write these APIs him/herself.
    • Companies like Sun Microsystems, Novell, and Microsoft provide their own APIs so that many applications are written using their software libraries that usually have numerous APIs in them.
    • Computer software has special economic characteristics that make its design, creation, and distribution different from most other economic goods.
    • A person who creates software is called a programmer, software engineer, software developer, or code monkey, terms that all have a similar meaning.

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