Relationship Between Hardware And Software

  • Dependent on each other. Both of them must collaborate in order for the computer to provide good results.
  • Without supporting hardware, software cannot be used.
  • Hardware that doesn't have a set of programs to run on can't be used and is useless.
  • Relevant software should be loaded into the hardware to complete a certain task on the computer.
  • Hardware is an out-of-pocket expense.
  • Software development costs a lot of money and is a long-term investment.
  • Different software can be installed on hardware to do various tasks.
  • Software serves as a conduit for communication between the user and the hardware.
  • If a computer system's hardware is its "heart," software is its "soul." Both are mutually beneficial.