Personal productivity software includes e-mail software; office suite software; planning, scheduling and productivity software; and web browsers.
E-mail software allows users to send e-mail, a form of electronic messaging that allows computer users to communicate.
File compression software condenses, manages, extracts, and edits electronic files to reduce storage requirements.
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.
Operating system software includes platforms for operating, managing, and monitoring industrial networks and computers.
Planning and productivity software is designed for monitoring and improving efficiency, productivity and project management activities.
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.