The aim of the paper is to show all the possibilities that are allowed to each person with the computer that he/she uses. In our everyday lives we use computers to save time and energy. Modern television and cellular phones run on computerized systems that save us time, keeping us connected to business and personal contacts like never before possible. Personal computers allow us to quickly complete research tasks, such as learning how to fix a sink that is broken instead of calling a plumber or looking up a new recipe for a home cooked meal. In previous years, these tasks might have taken hours, involving a trip to the local library and a rigorous search through aisles of books to find the right information. Now easy-to-use search engines like Google and Yahoo, make almost any information available at the click of a button. In recent years, many people have computer chips in their phones with more power than supercomputers had in the 1950s and 1960s. That means that all sorts of information is available at the touch of a button because of the way in which computers have affected our lives. Computers have also allowed for the automation of many jobs and processes. Dangerous jobs in automobile assembly that once involved risks to people’s lives and limbs now are completed by computerized welding and assembly machinery. Similarly, in textile factories, where dust used to cause disease and even death in the employees that worked there, now computer drafters can design materials and patterns
that are cut or assembled by laser cutting machines and weaving machines.