Definition of Compatible software
1. Noun. Application software programs that share common conventions so they can be utilized together.
2. Noun. Software that can run on different computers without modification.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Compatible Software
Literary usage of Compatible software
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Computers and Information Technologies in Agricultural Production and edited by Karl R. Schneider (1997)
"... a PC-based IBM-compatible software package, is a tool that helps guide decisions by developing probabilities of climatic events based on the ..."
2. The Rise of Open Source Licensing: A Challenge to the Use of Intellectual by Mikko Välimäki (2005)
"... would be given to an interface of a de facto standard software product, then the monopoly power would also extend to the markets of compatible software. ..."
3. International Inventory of Automated Databases in the Geosciences edited by K. D. Gunderson (1996)
"... solar system Territory: United States Volume: 3150 records with 1090 bytes per record Computers: lBM-PC compatible software: dBASE ..."
4. Expanding Access to Science and Technology: The Role of Information Technologies by Ines Wesley-Tanaskovic, Jacques Tocatlian, Kenneth H. Roberts (1994)
"One can buy a collection of movie files (called "movie clips") and view them using the QuickTime compatible software. HyperCard is now QuickTime compatible ..."