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A Simple Machine, Yet Useful in Everyone's Lives
In our daily lives, we have seen much technological equipment that we take for granted, such as cars that provide transportation, radio, and television for entertainment and educational purposes. Yet, many people are amazed at how useful their computers are such that the invention of computers in the United States has been enormous. Computers allow students to learn various skills such as word processing, such that students and teachers could work more collaboratively. One of the reasons why computers have a tremendous impact in our lives because they are not just a piece of machines that only performing a single task. With the availability of computers, people could net surfing, download music, watch movies, do research, and more. In addition, computers are mainly used in education and communication purposes.
The computer revolution has significantly contributed to an exciting part of education and learning. Computers have changed how students learn, study, and do assignments. When a student is working on a project on the computer and doing it well, answering the questions provided correct. Then the individual feels great about him or herself, in return, success boosts one's confidence by giving him or her positive emotional benefits in a way that computers encouraged the students to go back on the computer and improve their skills even more. In addition, positive academic affects could also take place when using computers. For example, the most basic way that computers help students is through word processing software. With word processing programs such as Microsoft Word students can access programs to edit, correct spelling errors, and much more. Microsoft Word also gives students the ability to be creative, add pictures, and use different fonts when they are working on an assignment or project on a computer. They