THATS A VERY STRAIGHTforward answer!
And 100% correct
i wante dto know wether i could use it for smaller things like bulbs and leds and motors all less than 2volts!not INCLUDED IN "IFORMATION TECHNOLOGICAL USES".
An LED is (sort of) information technology - it can inform you if a piece of equipment is on or similar.
You shouldn't worry too much over the "for IT only" sentence. That's a way to avoid lawsuits if someone use it eg. medical use and someone dies, or if it's taken outdoors and shorts out etc.
It will drive a 12V bulb of max. 12W.
With a series resistor of 470 Ohms to 2.2 kOhm, it can drive an LED.
Lower than 12V bulbs can be driven in the same way, if the correct series resistor is calculated, but then the resistor has to be able to sustain the current without burning.
You could make a variable regulator, following the output, with an LM317 to get a variable output voltage from ~1.25V to around 9V.
Please lay off the CAPS LOCK key, no reason to yell!