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How would computers be operated if there were no stored programs

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Hi the_hell2001! well basically what you need for the computer to operate is the Operating System (ex Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7) and the drivers for your devices. Programs are like addons..like for example microsoft office..you need that if you want to create a document and Internet Explorer or Google Chrome for browsing the internet. Hope this answers your question :)

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