What is the difference between an OEM& a retail software?

Answer The difference between Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) product and retail software is simply that the OEM software has no-frills packaging. Usually, system builders and hardware manufacturers... Read More »

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What is the difference between Hardware, software, systems software and firmware.?

Laurence, I can help a little, still learning a lot myself..Hardware is the actual physical components of your computer unit, the central processing unit (CPU, or in laymans terms the box) comprise... Read More »

What is the difference between software, application software, and a program?

software is a finished and released program.program is basically a series of codes/commands that execute a specific action/functionapplication software is a software basically executes something th... Read More »

What is the difference between OEM Windows Vista and the retail version?

Beyond the typical consumer choices for Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system--retail, or box, version and preinstalled on a new computer--there is a less well-known option: OEM, which stands ... Read More »

What Is the Difference Between Wholesale & Retail Gasoline Prices?

An important commodity that is vital to so many other aspects of the economy, gasoline catches the attention of financial and economical analysts everywhere whenever it fluctuates in price. No othe... Read More »