Desktop is the Display menu on the OS, usually there are icons and wallpapers; type of casing that is horizontal.
Desktop Publishing is a system that produces print media, using a PC that is equipped with special software.
DMA (Direct Memory Access) is direct memory access. Chip that functions to control the process of accessing memory directly. A memory controller that helps speed up CPU work in data processing.
Dissasembler is a program that converts machine code into assembler language.
Drivers are software used to control hardware to be able to work or to work optimally.
Disc is a storage disk on optical type storage media.
Disk Drive is a data storage media on a computer or other portable device.
DOS (Disk Operating System) is a program for PCs that carry text commands to run programs.
Computer elements are the components of the compilation of computers and an important part of the computer so that the computer can be used.
EXT2 is a Linux format partition system.
Extension is the format of a file that determines the type and application that opens the file. There are thousands or more types of extensions. Examples of extensions to files include *. Exe (executable), * .dll (dynamic link library), *. Sys (system file), * .bat (MS – DOS batch file), * .jpg (JPEG), * .png (portable network graphics), * .flac (free losseness audio codec), *. mp3 (MPEG 3 layer audio), * .avi (audio video interleave), and others.
Extract is the activity of returning archived (compressed) files to their original structure and size.
FAT (File Allocation Table) is a Windows format storage system / hard disk partition system.
Floppy Disk is a magnetic disk-shaped data storage media and can store small sized data.
Freeware is free software that can continue to be used, freeware is usually reproduced and distributed as long as it is not for commercial purposes (trade or business) and can only be used for individuals / individuals.
FSB (Front Side Bus) is the connection speed of a bus that has a speed unit in exchanging data, the unit used is Mega Hertz (MHz).
FTP (File Transfer Protocol): is a technology used to transfer files from one computer to another on the internet using the concept of a client server. Bluetooth also supports this function.
Gateways is a network device that functions to connect two networks that use different protocols so that the network can communicate with each other.
GPRS (General Pocket Radio Service) is a technology that allows us to access the internet anywhere as long as the GPRS signal is present. GPRS is a transmitter device that uses radio waves. Wireless devices that have GPRS such as cellular phones or PDAs (which support GPRS). GPRS access speeds up to ± 400 KBps.
GUI (Graphical User Interface) is the Display of an OS that uses graphic elements in its interface.
Hacker is a person or group of people who can illegally access data and information on another person’s computer to disrupt another person’s work, damage an information system, theft and sale / purchase of data / information, and for other crimes; hackers also create viruses or the like.
Hard disk is the main data storage media on computers that use magnetic hard disks that allow data to be stored in magnetic points.
Heatsink is an aluminum plate or fan that serves to reduce heat in computer peripherals or as peripheral coolers so as not to overheating.
Host is a computer on a network that provides services for other computers connected to the same network.
Hub is a network device that is used to multiply clients.
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is a document / script of more complex web pages that unites text, animation and images so that web pages become more attractive. Some viruses are able to infect this type of file.
Icon is a small image / symbol that represents an application / folder, so it is easy to find and remember.
IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) is an old hard disk and CD ROM interface standard that still exists. Cheap and integrated with motherboards is the reason this technology still exists. There are 4 IDE numbers per motherboard and a connection with an 80-pin flat cable, a bottleneck interface and a heat barrier.
The internet is a computer network that has a worldwide reach.
Intranet is a network or resource that is used for internal purposes of a company / agency by using an existing computer network.
IRC (Internet Relay Chart) is an internet application used for chatting. This service is almost the same as a news group, but is not specific to a particular topic. To use this service, users usually just need to register with the desired IRC server.
ISP (Internet Service Provider) is a company that offers and provides internet access services to the general public at a fee.
A keyboard is a set of boards with hundreds of keys that are used to enter commands into a computer. The keyboard is one component in computer input.
Keygen is a small program that functions to produce different keywords that are useful when registering software which must enter a keyword (product key).
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is an image producing tool that uses thousands to millions of pixels to produce images or text. The LCD screen can function because of the presence of a liquid crystal that produces an image if there is an electric current flowing, blocking light so that it produces an image / text pattern.
LAN (Local Area Network) is a group of computers connected together in a building / area that is not too broad.
LSB (Least Significant Bits) is the smallest unit of information in a binary number. One bit is enough to express the difference between yes and no, up and down, on and off, ones and zeros. Computers must display information in bits because electronic circuits made have only two states, on or off. In a computer information is arranged in 8 bits or equal to 1 byte.
Main Memory is the memory / main data storage on the computer.
Memory (RAM) is a thin board that contains a chip that functions to store data temporarily when the computer is turned on. The larger the RAM size the faster the computer’s performance.
Modem is a tool that serves to connect computers with networks so that they can communicate and exchange data.
Monitor is a tool used to display and is the output of a computer process called soft copy.
Mouse is an input device to move the pointer / pointer and is a tool to facilitate the operation of the OS based GUI.
The motherboard is the main part of the computer in the form of a PCB and contains thousands of circuits that combine into a computer system; a board that contains a slot / port and serves to plug and connect the main peripherals of the computer.
Multitasking is a type of operating system that is able to run more than one application at the same time.
Network (network) computer is a group of computers that are interconnected and allow the use of resources (such as hard disks, printers, scanners, and CD drives) and direct data communication.
NTFS (New Technology File System) is a Windows format media storage system / hard disk partition system that is more stable compared to FAT.
Open Source / Public Domain is software that is free and can be used for any purpose without limitations. That is, we can reproduce and modify the software for commercial purposes. The code or structure of the program is also included so that the user can modify this software as he wishes.
OS (Operating System) is a fundamental software that functions as a liaison between users and computers.
Overclock is a method to maximize / improve computer system performance or increase the speed of a computer component without having to buy new peripherals.
Overheat is the excess heat generated by certain peripherals and can shorten the life of the component or peripheral concerned.
Patch is a derivative of crack where the patch is used for software that must register online (without entering a serial number).
Pattern is a group of data in a single unit in RAM, generally 1 byte = 8 bits.
PCB (Printable Componen Board) is a plastic board that contains grooves of conductors that allow all the components can be connected and form a single electronic circuit system.
PDF (Portable Document Format) is a document format that has a smaller quality than the Word format.
Hardware (Hardware) is a computer element that can be seen and touched physically and control the actual computer activities.