Uses of Computers in different fields

Computers are used in so numerous fields in our daily life. From Engineers to Doctors, Students, Teachers, Government association they all used computers to do specific tasks, for entertainment or just to end office work. Computers have made our existence easier. With greater accuracy and correctness and less time taking computers can do a lot in a short time while that job can take alto of time while doing physically. Computers have taken industries and businesses to a whole new level. They are used at Home for work and activity purposes, at Office, in hospitals, in government organizations. Here we are going to argue some of the uses of computers in different fields.

Uses of Computer at Home

Computer can be used to direct Home Budget. You can simply calculate your expenses and income. You can list all fixed cost in one column and income in another column. Then you can relate any calculation on these columns to plan your house budget.  There are also concentrate software that can manage your income and expenses and make some cool reports.

Uses of Computers in Education

CBT is dissimilar programs that are supplied on CD-ROM. These programs include text, graphics and sound. Audio and Video lectures are recorded on the CDs. CBT is an inexpensive solution for educating people. You can train a great number of people easily.

Uses of Computers in Business

The use of computer technology in business provides many services. Businessmen are using computers to interrelate with their customers anywhere in the world. Many business tasks are performed more rapidly and efficiently. Computers also help them to decrease the overall cost of their business.

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