Personal productivity software includes e-mail software; office suite software; planning, scheduling and productivity software; and web browsers.
E-Mail Software (32 suppliers)
E-mail software allows users to send e-mail, a form of electronic messaging that allows computer users to communicate.
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File Compression Software (2 suppliers)
File compression software is used to create, manage, extract and edit compreesed (zipped) files to reduce storage.
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Office Suite Software (27 suppliers)
Office suite software packages are collections of programs that are generally distributed together, have a consistent user interface, and can typically interact with each other in ways that an operating system wouldn’t necessarily allow.
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Operating System Software (386 suppliers)
Operating system software includes platforms for operating, managing, and monitoring industrial networks and computers.
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Planning and Productivity Software (1,600 suppliers)
Planning and productivity software is designed for monitoring and improving efficiency, productivity and project management activities.
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Web Browsers (10 suppliers)
Web browsers are software applications that allow users interact with objects (e.g. text, images, videos) by retrieving, presenting, and traversing the information on a web page downloaded from the World Wide Web or a local area network.
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