Computerize vs Noncomputerized - What's the difference?

computerize | noncomputerized |

As a verb computerize

is (computing) to equip with a computer or a computer system.

As an adjective noncomputerized is

not computerized.

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Alternative forms

* computerise (non-Oxford British spelling)


  • (computing) To equip with a computer or a computer system.
  • (computing) To enter data into such a system.
  • (computing) To convert a manual function or system into a computer system.
  • noncomputerized



  • Not computerized.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2009, date=June 28, author=, title=Searching for a Reliable Voting System, work=New York Times citation
  • , passage=This last election, I voted at a New York City location on the same type of noncomputerized machine I have voted on for more than 40 years, and despite the long lines there were no problems. }}