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'''Software-closed architecture''' refers to the inability of [[user]]s to [[upgrade]], add to, or alter in any simple way the [[software]] contained within a [[computer system]].
 
'''Software-closed architecture''' refers to the inability of [[user]]s to [[upgrade]], add to, or alter in any simple way the [[software]] contained within a [[computer system]].
 
 
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Revision as of 15:43, 11 May 2010

Software-closed architecture refers to the inability of users to upgrade, add to, or alter in any simple way the software contained within a computer system.