4. General Purpose Software
The general purpose software is the most popularly
used application software. It is not specific to any
organization or business. It can be used by anyone.
Examples of this include Microsoft word, Microsoft
Access, Microsoft Powerpoint, Paint etc.
6. Specialized Software
Specialized software is written solely for specific tasks.
The users of these software must be trained in the
particular field of expertise. Examples of specialized
software are software used by air traffic controller,
accounting software, airline reservation and so on.
7. Integrated Software
Integrated software is a program that includes all
major types of applications and brings them
together into a single software package. A very
popular example of this is Microsoft.
8. Advantages of Integrated Software
Good value for money
The user interface is the same through out
Takes up less memory than separate
9. Disadvantages of Integrated Software
Some integrated packages do not include
all of the applications they may require.
Not all of the features of a single
application are included.