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Hardware may refer to:
- Household hardware, equipment such as keys, locks, hinges, latches, handles, wire, chains, plumbing, tools, utensils, and machine parts, typically sold in hardware stores
- Builders hardware, for doors, cabinets, windows, bathrooms, etc.
- Computer hardware, the collection of physical elements that comprise a computer system
- Networking hardware, devices facilitating the use of a computer network
- Electronic hardware, interconnected electronic components
- Electronic component, a basic electronic element
- Digital electronics, the hardware used by digital computer systems that can be controlled by software
- Hardware (album), by the heavy metal band Krokus
- Hardware (band), consisting of Bootsy Collins, Buddy Miles, and Stevie Salas
- Drum hardware, the parts of a drum or drum kit used to tension, position, and support the instruments
- Music hardware, mechanical or electronic devices, other than instruments, used to create musical sounds
- Hardware (comics), a character from Milestone Comics
- Hardware (development cooperation), one aspect of technology transfer
- Hardware: Online Arena, a PlayStation 2 online multiplayer game
- Hardware, Virginia, an unincorporated community in Fluvanna County, in the US state of Virginia
- Military technology (military hardware)
- "Hardware", a 1987 science fiction story by Robert Silverberg, published in Omni
- Hardware architecture, the identification of a system's physical components and their interrelationships
- Hardware engineering, or computer engineering
- Hardware store, a business which sells household hardware
- Materiel, equipment or hardware, and supplies in military and commercial supply chain management
- All pages beginning with "hardware"
- All pages with titles containing hardware
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