a set of instructions in the form of words, figures, codes, circuits, signs or in any other form produced in a form, which is fit for computer processing. The instructions shall put the computer into operation for achieving some certain objective or result (this concept shall cover operational systems, as well as applications, reproduced in source or object codes)
a set of instructions called program that performs a particular task
(includes manufacturers, resellers Operating systems and systems related software and distributors) Application software products Software development Systems integration
Computer programs that allow user to create documents (word processor, spread sheets, read email, etc. (Examples: Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Photoshop)
The programs that direct the operations of computer hardware.
One or more computer programs, existing in any form, instructions, manuals, associated operational procedures, or other documentation. Software provides the instructions and controls through symbolic languages of the operation of all computers including stand-alone and LAN (local area network) personal computers and related equipment as well as mainframe computers.
A general term used to describe the set of instructions given to a computer to perform operations or applications used to perform operations.
If you are in business and you bought business software with a useful economic life of less than 2 years, the cost of the software is fully tax deductible as a business expense in the tax year of purchase. Otherwise, the software is a capital purchase and you can claim capital allowances as if the software was an item of plant and machinery.
Software is the programs that tell a computer what to do. Hardware is the physical part of a computer system; the machinery and equipment.
Computer programs, application data base s, together with their respective documentation. [D03472] RMW Programs used to run a computer system. [D03282] PMDT
Programs intended to assist family law lawyers, judges, mediators and others to calculate child support and spousal support. In Canada three software programs are currently available: DIVORCEmate, ChildView and, in Quebec, Aliform.
programs and procedures required to enable a computer to perform a specific task, as opposed to the physical components of the system (OED).
A combination of associated computer instructions and computer data definitions required to enable the computer hardware to perform computational or control functions.
Software, or program, enables a computer to perform specific tasks, as opposed to the physical components of the system (hardware). This includes application software such as a word processor, which enables a user to perform a task, and system software such as an operating system, which enables other software to run properly, by interfacing with hardware and with other software or custom software made to user specifications.