hardware

Produce such as citrus fruits, potatoes, root vegetables and other fruits and vegetables that will withstand handling and transportation without refrigeration.
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hardware

[Noun] Equipment, especially metal tools and electronic equipment like computers and music systems.
Example: The new catalogue showed the latest computer hardware.
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Hardware

Articles made of material, such as aircraft, ships, tools, computers, vehicles, fittings, and their components (mechanical, electrical, electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic). Computer software and technical documentation are excluded.
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hardware

[n] - instrumentalities (tools or implements) made of metal 2. [n] - major items of military weaponry (as tanks or missile) 3. [n] - the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system
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Hardware

Refers to the physical components of the computer such as the keyboard, modem, monitor etc. While hardware compatibility is becoming more standardised, most hardware devices require software to operate.
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Hardware

(Digital cameras and photo printers) All actual physical computer components such as the computer itself and peripheral devices like monitor, mouse, printer, digital camera, etc.
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hardware

The physical parts of an electronic device, such as nuts, bolts and components.
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Hardware

The visible parts of a computer system such as the circuit boards, chassis, peripherals, cables etc. It does not include data or computer programs
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Hardware

See also SOFTWARE (518) The electrical and/or mechanical equipment necessary to make use of slides, microforms, computer programmes, etc
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Hardware

The electrical, mechanical and electromechanical equipment and parts associated with a computing system, as opposed to its firmware or software.
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Hardware

Metal accessories such as door knobs, towel bars, toilet paper holders, etc.
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Hardware

IT systems are made up of hardware, software and data. Hardware is the stuff you can see and touch. It generally is of no use until it is loaded with software. Examples include, printers, PCs and servers.
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Hardware

Hard'ware` (-wâr`) noun Ware made of metal, as cutlery, kitchen utensils, and the like; ironmongery.
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hardware

The electronic component of a computer. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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hardware

noun instrumentalities (tools or implements) made of metal
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hardware

noun (computer science) the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system
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Hardware

• (n.) Ware made of metal, as cutlery, kitchen utensils, and the like; ironmongery.
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hardware

(from the article `lock`) mechanical device for securing a door or receptacle so that it cannot be opened except by a key or by a series of manipulations that can be carried ...
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hardware

(from the article `information system`) Today even the smallest firms, as well as many households, own or lease computers. These are usually microcomputers, also called personal computers. ... ...what to do. Software comprises the entire set of programs, procedures, and routines associated with the operation of a computer system. The te...
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Hardware

Computer terminology referring to the physical components of a computer as opposed to the programs (software) used by the computer. Also used more generally to refer to the physical components of any system.
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hardware

A computer and associated physical equipment involved in data processing or communications functions as opposed to software (the computer programs that provide instructions the computer follows).
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Hardware

- All of the 'metal' fittings that go into the home when it is near completion. For example, door knobs, towel bars, handrail brackets, closet rods, house numbers, door closers, etc. The Interior Trim Carpenter installs the 'hardware'.
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HARDWARE

Metal accessories such as door knobs, towel bars, toilet paper holders, etc.
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Hardware

Computer terminology referring to the physical components of a computer as opposed to the programs (software) used by the computer. Also used more generally to refer to the physical components of any system.
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hardware

The physical, touchable, material parts of a computer or other system. The term is used to distinguish these fixed parts of a system from the more changable software or data components which it executes, stores, or carries. Computer hardware typically consists chiefly of electronic devices (CPU, memory, display) with some electromechanical parts (
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