1. 3. - This is a small symbol or picture that represents a program or other things.
  2. 6. - This is the first page you see when you open your browser. You can make any page your homepage.
  3. 8. bar - The bar beside the Start button that shows what programs are open.
  4. 11. When you click on an icon, it is a shortcut to a file or program.
  5. 13. - A picture or design on your desktop for decoration.
  6. 15. - Anyone using a computer.
  7. 17. - This is all the instructions for the computer or a program designed to do different things. Examples are: Microsoft Word, Internet Explorer, and Windows.
  8. 18. and drop - To do this, you click on something and hold the button down. This will move the object you clicked on and will leave it where you let go of the button. So it drags it and drops it.
  9. 20. - This is a secret code to protect your data and can keep others from accessing your computer.
  10. 22. or World Wide Web - Group of internet servers linking computers around the world.
  11. 24. - This is the data that a computer stores. Long term memory must be saved to the hard drive.
  12. 26. - Any information stored by a computer. It can be files, E-mails, video games, songs, pictures, etc.
  13. 27. - The address of documents and resources on the internet.
  1. 1. click - When you right click on the mouse, you are given a menu of options.
  2. 2. - Many computers that are connected like a web so you can see what other computer operators show you and you can show them things as well.
  3. 4. - This is the screen that appears if you are not browsing the Internet, reading a file, or playing a game. Your icons are on this screen.
  4. 5. - Software that was written to do bad stuff to your computer.
  5. 7. - This is a picture or an image.
  6. 9. - This is a picture that pops up when you are not using your computer.
  7. 10. - This is the program you use to browse files. A web browser will browse internet files, like Firefox or Internet Explorer.
  8. 12. - This is that small blinking line that shows you where your next typed letter or number will go.
  9. 14. - You have to do this to get access to a computer. You just type in a certain name or code.
  10. 16. -This is an abbreviation for "sending particularly annoying messages"; it stands for unwanted e-mail.
  11. 19. - This is an extra copy of a file or document.
  12. 21. - This is the process where you copy something from another computer or the Internet, and save it on your computer.
  13. 23. - This is simply a way to send a message from one computer to another.
  14. 25. - This is an abbreviation for Frequently Asked Questions.