Edit / Software applications that are intended for end-users, such as database programs, word processors, and spreadsheets. Application software runs on top of system software.
The program or suite of programs that implements a business task.
A program or software that performs a specific task, such as word processing or database management. application program A program or software that performs a specific task, such as word processing or database management. application program/application software A program or software that performs a specific task, such as word processing or database management.
(IEEE) Software designed to fill specific needs of a user; for example, software for navigation, payroll, or process control. Contrast with support software; system software.
Computer programs designed to directly deal with solving the user's problems. Examples would include programs for accounting, word processing, financial analysis, computer games, etc.
A computer program designed to help people perform a certain type of work. An application can manipulate text, numbers, graphics, or a combination of elements. Some application packages focus on a single task and offer greater computer power while others, called integrated software, offer less power but include several applications, such as word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs. An application may also be referred to as software, program, instructions, or task. See also software
Software that interfaces between the user and the system software to allow the user to perform specific tasks - i.e. Admission Module
A software program or group of programs used for a specific task such as word processing, accounting, desktop publishing, etc.
A computer program that is designed to perform a certain task or set of related tasks such as a word processor, spreadsheet, computer game, multimedia encyclopedia, etc. Application software is Operating System dependent.
A program adapted or tailored to the specific requirements of the user for the purpose of data acquisition, data manipulation, data archiving or process control. AQAP Association of Quality Assurance Professionals
Level: Component A well-defined software component with specific functionalities not related to the computer system itself; should be distinguished from system software. Includes: plug-in, database software, browser See also: system software, software, application
A classification for software that performs a complete business function. For example, a word processor or a payroll system.
The term for software programs that perform specific tasks such as word processing, and database management.
a software that is specific to the solution of an application problem. It is the software coded by or for an end user that performs a service or relates to the user's work.
Application Software programs are designed to perform specific user applications e.g.spreadsheets ; Word processors ; Data Bases ( Excel Word and Access)
a collection of programs which is developed to meet specific need
Software that provides a service to a user, as opposed to lower level software that makes useful services possible.
computer programs that perform certain tasks (e.g., word processing, database, drawing, etc.)
a program that performs a service specific or solves a particular problem to an end userís needs.
Software designed for a specific use, such as word processing. Also called a program.
Software that processes data to structure and facilitate specific work practices of the users.
Application Software, also know as end user programs such as word processors, spreadsheets, database applications. For example MS Outlook, Lotus Notes, MS Word, Internet Explorer, Oracle
Software designed for a particular application but that can be customised, within limits, to suit a user's particular needs; for example, database or spreadsheet; desktop-publishing, accounting software.
Computer programs developed for the solution of individual operational problems of the user.
A computer program that is designed to do a general operational task such as word processing or payroll. Internet browsers and graphic design programs are also considered applications. Application software runs on top of the operating system. close
A program that enables a computer to do a specific job, such as word processing or purchasing.
Programs written to perform specific functions (e.g., inventory control).
is the software that actually does things on your Macintosh. For example, a spreadsheet program (such as Microsoft Excel) or a word processing program (such as WordPerfect) are both applications.
Software entities which have a specific business purpose.
A system of programs designed to accomplish an operational task or tasks and run on a computer.
These programs accomplish the specialized tasks of the user, while operating system software allows the computer to work. A computer-aided dispatch system is application software, as is each word processing program.
A system of programs running in a computer and designed to accomplish some operational task or tasks.
Computer software that performs a specific function or purpose.
Programs that are used to complete a specific task, e.g., word processing, database, spreadsheet software.
Software used to perform job functions that are specific to the business environment (e.g. inventory, health claims adjudication, etc.).
Software used in a business environment to perform functions specific to the job requirements. Functions typically performed in the mortgage banking industry include loan origination, loan servicing and investor reporting.
Programs that perform useful functions in the processing or manipulation of data; includes database managers, word processors, text editors, spreadsheets, and other programs that enable the useful production of data.
A program that performs a task or process specific to a particular end-userâ€(tm)s needs, or solves a particular problem. Enterprise applications are typically large-scale business systems that organizations use to manage their operations.
programs that users work with, such as word processors, desktop publishing, and spreadsheets. Application software can be installed on your machine using disks or CDs.
computer programs that are used to accomplish specific tasks not related to the computer itself. Examples are word processors, spreadsheets, and accounting systems.
Software specifically developed to perform a specific type of work; for example, a word processor. Compare to System Software.
Software that is designed and written for a specific personal, organizational, or processing task, such as graphics software.
Programs that allow users to perform specific tasks on a computer.
Software designed to do a particular job; for example, Word is a word processing application
A program with specific functions, not to be confused with an operating system, which controls a computerâ€(tm)s internal functions. All software is application software.
A software program running on top of the operating system (Windows, UNIX, Mac) that has been created to perform a specific task for a user. Examples include word processing software like Word/Word Perfect, spreadsheets like Excel or Lotus 123, home finance packages like Quicken, etc.
a software program that helps you use the computer to do specific activities like word processing or spreadsheets.
Consists of the computer program, firmware, and associated data that implement the operational capabilities required for tactical weapon system employment; e.g., target tracking, navigation, avionics programs, and BIT. A software change required because of changed system performance requirements or new or redesigned hardware shall be termed application vice support software.
Software that is specific to a particular embedded system. Such application-specific code is generally built on a layered architecture of reusable components, such as a real-time operating system and network- protocol stack or other middleware. If there is no such architecture, then this term may not be used. The application software is unlikely to be reusable across embedded platforms, simply because each embedded system has a different application.
A group of programs designed to perform tasks that can be tailored to a users specific needs.
Application software is a subclass of computer software that employs the capabilities of a computer directly to a task that the user wishes to perform. This should be contrasted with system software which is involved in integrating a computer's various capabilities, but typically does not directly apply them in the performance of tasks that benefit the user. In this context the term application refers to both the application software and its implementation.