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#1 charley1

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Posted 05 October 2006 - 07:44 PM

hi ppl,

why do computers have so many problems? first this board s an example of the computers problems.


the computer doesnt run right. does the computer companies have a problem with their machines because they dont run right. isit bill gates windows with the problem? i dont understand why so many problems with computers. yet we use them to their extremes. to many probnlems. i think the comptere should be more easily used than having problems all the time....

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#2 tg1911

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Posted 05 October 2006 - 08:08 PM

why do computers have so many problems?

Because they're made with parts, made by humans.
Humans aren't perfect, and parts fail.
It's just the nature of things. :thumbsup:
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Posted 05 October 2006 - 08:18 PM

There are many causes of computer problems, but it is easy to point to some of the major ones.
First, there can be hardware problems; just like a car, for example, parts can wear out, or a newly installed part doesn't "fit" or doesn't work. Second, the software, both operating system and applications, that make the computer do what we want, is very complex and subject to varying amounts of instability over time with repeated usage, updating, and moving around. Thirdly, human error in correctly using the many complex applications, or not doing the kind of routine maintenance needed to keep the computer running properly (like a changing the oil in the car), is a major cause of problems. Lastly, problems will arise if the computer is unprotected from malware.
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John
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