1. 6. A network of computer networks encompassing the World Wide Web, FTP, telnet, and many other protocols.
  2. 7. derivative of term decimal and Latin word for ten.
  3. 11. A device (usually within the computer case) that reads and writes information, including the operating system, program files, and data files.
  4. 12. A list of operations available to the user of a program.
  5. 13. a computer which may be used to provide services to clients.
  6. 16. The fastest type of computer that can perform complex operations at a very high speed.
  7. 19. the CPU retrieves the instruction from the main memory of the computer system.
  8. 21. A program used to view World Wide Web pages, such as Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
  9. 22. Occurs when a user presses a button on the mouse twice in quick succession; this generates a command to the computer.
  10. 25. A device used to display information visually.
  11. 26. A small flexible disk used for storing computer data.
  12. 28. A computer's most basic unit of information
  13. 29. represented as a sting of digits.
  14. 30. Random access memory; the type of storage that changes; when the computer is turned off, the RAM memory is erased.
  15. 32. A deliberately harmful computer program designed to create annoying glitches or destroy data.
  16. 34. 1,048,576 bytes or 1,024 kilobytes; enough storage to approximately equal a 600 page paperback book; generally abbreviated Mb.
  17. 35. Combination of analog and digital computer.
  18. 36. Occurs when a user presses a button on a mouse which in turn, generates a command to the computer.
  19. 37. Any device that holds computer data.
  1. 1. A collection of computers that are connected.
  2. 2. Classification of computers that store a process data in digital form.
  3. 3. A peripheral used to input data by pressing keys
  4. 4. Advantage of Computer.
  5. 5. A peripheral device used to connect one computer to another over a phone line.
  6. 8. a fast memory that transparently improves the performance of a larger, but slower memory or storage device.
  7. 9. powerful computer used mainly by large organizations for bulk data processing such as census, industry and consumer statistics, enterprise resource planning, and financial transaction processing.
  8. 10. Small unit of data storage; 8 bits; usually holds one character.
  9. 13. Allows the user to control which portion of the document is visible in the window; available either horizontally or vertically or both.
  10. 14. Is a part of the CPU that performs logical operations on the data.
  11. 15. the brain of the computer controls the other elements of the computer.
  12. 17. Classification of computers that represent data in the form of continuous electrical signals.
  13. 18. A peripheral device used to point to items on a monitor.
  14. 20. A peripheral device that converts output from a computer into a printed image.
  15. 22. A peripheral device that reads and/or writes information on a disk.
  16. 23. 1,024 bytes; usually abbreviated KB.
  17. 24. the address of a site on the World Wide Web; a standard way of locating objects on the Internet.
  18. 26. Transferring data from another computer to your computer.
  19. 27. A hardware device or software to protect a computer from viruses, malware, trojans etc.
  20. 31. A webcam is a video camera that feeds its images in real time to a computer or computer network, often via USB, Ethernet, or Wi-Fi.
  21. 33. a specification to establish communication between devices and a host controller (usually a personal computers).