What is Packaged Software?
Packaged software refers to a collection of programs that perform similar functions and features. Packaging software also reduces the price versus purchasing each program independently. An example of this would be MS Office, where Excel, PowerPoint, and Word are all sold as one package, which significantly lowers the cost.
See also: Software Packaging
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