Dependency on Computers

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Over the past few years, computers have gone from being a rare luxury to an everyday necessity. Computers are, without a doubt, a useful tool that many of us use every day. Since their invention, people have become increasingly dependent on computers. They are used in airlines and railway reservations, schools and colleges, banks, medicine, research, aeronautics, accounting, cartoons and animated movies, video games and more and more uses. Computers have found their way into just about every aspect of our lives, and in most cases, they make things easier for us. They allow us to work from home, socialize with our friends and family who live too far away to visit, and they provide stress relief when we come home from school or work and just want to have some fun. Computers make our lives totally empty without them. But as we increasingly rely on computers to get through the day, the question begs to be asked: Is dependency on computer technology good or bad? Computers make our lives easier and give us new ways to learn about the things we are interested in. They make it possible to do many things from the comfort of our own home. We can shop online, keep in touch with our friends online, even go to school online. They make it easier to record and organize information and entertain us with a nearly endless variety of games. Medical science and space technology are fully dependent on computers. All medical operations and space missions are controlled by computer. Computers have importance in economics and agriculture. Financial organizations and banks use computers to accomplish their transactions. The modern communication system is fully based on computers. We can’t think of a communication system without computers. Today, we are able to chat and see anyone from anywhere of the world. “The great thing about computer is that no matter how much you stuff in to it, it
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