Definition - What does Application Suite mean?
A application suite is as a group of different but inter-related software programs that are combined and packaged together.
An application suite generally consists of two or more software programs delivered within a single executable and installable file.
An application suite is also known as a software suite, utility suite or productivity suite.
Techopedia explains Application Suite
An application suite is designed to merge different software with related functionality into a single file to provide economical software applications for individuals and organizations. An application suite contains software from a single software publisher and encapsulates it into a layer of executable program, known as the installer. The installer enables the installation of the bundled applications individually or the entire software stack can be installed at once.
One of the best-known software suites is Microsoft Office, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other programs depending on the version.
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