Card Set Information
Programs that enable users to perform specific tasks on a computer, such as writing a letter or playing a game.
To start up a computer.
The transmission of data from one device to another.
A programmable, electronic device that accepts data input, performs processing operations on that data, and outputs and stores the results.
The knowledge and understanding of basic computer fundamentals.
A collection of computers and other hardware devices that are connected together to share hardware, software, and data, as well as to communicate electronically with one another.
A person who uses a computer.
Raw, unorganized facts.
The background work area displayed on the screen in Microsoft Windows.
A PC designed to fit on or next to a desk.
A window that requires the user to supply additional information.
A text-based Internet address used to uniquely identify a computer on the Internet.
Electronic mail (e-mail)
Electronic messages sent from one user to another over the Internet or other network.
An Internet address consisting of a username and computer domain name that uniquely identifies a person on the Internet.
A portable PC about the size of a paperback book or pocket calculator.
The physical parts of a computer system, such as the keyboard, monitor, printer, and so forth.
Text or an image located on a Web page or other document that is linked to a Web page or other type of document.
A small graphical image that invokes some action when selected.
Data that has been processed into a meaningful form.