Void may refer to any of the following:
1. In computer terms, a void can refer to a data type or object used in computer programming that does not have a return a value or type. It may or may not perform a function, other than storing a value for other processes to use.
2. Void can also apply to the termination of warranty due to violation of its terms. Warranties on computer hardware may become invalid for many reasons, but the most common are tampering; including removing components or opening a sealed compartment.