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System monitoring software describes in detail how well your computer is working. This type of utility software typically describes your computer’s current temperature (excess heat damages computers), RAM usage, Internet connection status and other factors. This type of program is a great way of measuring how well your computer is working. Some of these tools include logs that track your computer’s performance over time and record unusual system issues
Backup Tools to Protect Your Data
Losing your data – digital photos, documents, notes and other information – due to a hard drive failure, power failure or other computer problems is a frustrating and painful experience. Backup software can ease the pain by making it easy for you to restore your data and get back to work quickly. Most backup programs offer a way to schedule backups on a regular basis (e.g. daily, weekly, or monthly) for ease of use. Other programs offer a way to store all of your backup data on DVDs or even at a remote location.
System Upkeep Programs
Computers tend to operate smoothly most of the time, especially when newly purchased. Over time, many people observe that their computers slow down. System upkeep programs identify and fix problems that cause these slowdowns by cleaning out unused programs, unneeded temporary files and other dead weight data.
Antivirus and Antimalware Programs
A program that protects a computer against malicious software and unauthorized intrusions.
Malware is a program that acts without a user’s knowledge and deliberately alters the computer’s operations.
Popular reference software includes encyclopedias, dictionaries, and health/medical guides.
Use of CBT programs to learn the intricacies of baseball, football, soccer, tennis, and golf. The military and airlines use CBT simulations to train pilots to fly in various conditions and environments.
Some features that make E-Learning enhance communication include video conferencing, e-mail, blogs, wikis, newsgroups, chat rooms, and groupware.