This is a loaded question with many potentially right answers. The potential advantages for using a computer depend closely on the intended use. Given a few potential uses, here are some of my thoughts:
Computers are not a panacea. There are many things for which a computer does not add significant advantages. But, used in an appropriate and realistic way, computers can enhance and facilitate certain activities.
To the poster of the question: What uses did you have in mind?
help research faster
there are types of processor
they control a large number of computers in an institution.
slow, might be unreliable
Computers don't work without a CPU, so there are no advantages or disadvantages.
There are many advantages to using computers. Some of these include storage, ease of transmission, ease of social contact, and getting tasks done more efficiently.
computers make students work easier and faster to do. It helps them with school research, etc.
computers are better bescause u are saving money on paper
Sharing of files and resources from multiple workstations, printers or computers.
Some advantages of using computers include performing tasks faster, organizing data effectively, and providing people with entertainment. It also includes quick knowledge acquisition, and provides employment, too.
Some of the advantages of using word to convey information