The software application that allows you to view Internet Pages.
A menu that appears when the alternate pointer button is pressed and is specific to the window in which the pointer cursor is position; POP-UP menu.
Protocol that allows users to copy files between their local system and any system they can reach on the network.
A device for storing information.
Data transfer that continues beyond the boundary of a buffer.
A common method networking computers in a local area network.
The page on the Interent, which most often gives users access to the rest of the Web site.
A system that allows people to send e-mail to one address.
Coding used for Internet language.
To save a file onto your computer from another source, like the Internet.
A computer network limited to the immediate area, usually the same building.
A disk file that provides non-volatile storage of virtual pages swapped out from main memory, in a virtual-memory system.
Connects your computer to your ISP or online service.
The name given to any computer directly connected to the Internet.
GUI to specify or indicate by placing the cursor over: - and click
A horizontal strip at the top of a window that shows the menus available in a program.
Readable memory that cannot be corrupted by accidental erasure.
Any of a number of giant databases on the Internet.
Files that are compressed and must be unzipped to read.
A menu that appears when a user input triggers its appearance.
A computer or software package that provides a specific service to client software.
An internal system check that is carried out by a PC immediately after the power is turned on.
Text without extraneous codes that designate front, size, font syle, etc.
Temporary storage information on the hard drive.
An application that sends a message to another computer, waits for a reply, and displays the time the transmission took.
Temporarily storing information on the hard drive.
Monitor output that closely resembles the printed output.
A wire or other conductor within a computer that supplies substantial operating power to certain computer components.
Key strokes that enact the same commands available in the menues of a program.
Readable and writeable memory that acts as a storage area while the computer is on.
Text without extraneous codes that designate font size, font style, etc.
To change the size of a picture or other graphic without changing any other characteristics.
A program that displays a continuously changing image on the monitor of a computer that is not in use, in order to avoid damaging the monitor resulting from display of a single static image over a long period.
A small piece of software that adds features to already existing, usually large, programs.
Symbols or illustrations on the desktop or computer screen that indicate porgram files, documents, or other functions.
An efficient method for storing graphic files.
The time required for a device to respond, expecially the time required for a disk drive platter to rotate to a specific position.
A usually automated chronological record of events in electronic or paper form.
A software construct that stores information temporarily with automatic allocation of space, usually in last-in first-out order.
An internal department within an organization that provides technical assistance to the user community.
An input device in the form of a stick that can be tilted, rotated, or twisted by the hand.
A disk file used to hold programs or processes temporarily removed from main memory by a swap operation.
A software construct that selectively akllows processing or passage of aonly certain information items presented to it.
An area of memory, disk space, etc. sepearated from a larger block by repeated allocation and deallocation.
An error in the design or coding of a program.
Incorporating two largely independent microprocessors in a single chip package.
An image represented as a regular rectangular array of pixel.
(A cable) having a flat, thin cross-section.
A temporary stoarage area in memory.
Automatic playing of a multimedia content when a CD or other removable storage device is inserted into a computer.
Not changing or requiring regular refreshing; NON-VOLATILE.
An area at the back of the computer that groups connectors connected to the motherboard.
Two rapid clicks in succession, treated as a single event by the operating system.
A company that sells hardware or software products.
Not losing information when power is interrupted .
Address locator at the top of any web page.
Coding used for Internet language.
A unit of measurement of information storage.
The software application that allows you to view Internet pages.
Someone who drives from place to place looking for unsecured wireless hot spots with the intent of using the hot spots illegitimately.