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2 A set of data that is stored in the computer.
5 The main directory of the user interface. It usually contains icons that represent links to the hard drive.
7 The physical and mechanical components of a computer system, such as the electronic circuitry, chips, monitor, disks, disk drives, keyboard, modem, and printer.
8 A moving position-indicator displayed on a computer monitor that shows a computer operator where the next action or operation will take place.
10 A paper printout of what you have prepared on the computer.
11 The process of connecting a networked PC to a server by providing one's userid and password.
12 Similar to a CD-ROM, it stores and plays both audio and video.
14 A network of servers on the Internet that use hypertext-linked databases and files.
17 Full form of URL
18 An international conglomeration of interconnected computer networks.
19 Sets of typefaces (or characters) that come in different styles and sizes.
1 A video camera/computer setup that takes live images and sends them to a Web browser.
3 A set of instructions that tell a computer on how to operate when it is turned on. It sets up a filing system to store files and tells the computer how to display information on a video display.
4 A context-related list of options that users can choose from.
6 A tiny wafer of silicon containing miniature electric circuits that can store millions of bits of information.
9 A computer that shares its resources and information with other computers, called clients, on a network.
12 The process of transferring information from a web site (or other remote location on a network) to the computer.
13 another name for the hard disc that stores information information in a computer.
15 Symbols or illustrations appearing on the computer screen that indicate program files or other
16 A device that connects two computers together over a telephone or cable line by converting the
computer's data into an audio signal.