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IT Nouns for English I

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Created Date 07.08.20
Last Updated 07.08.20
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  • A place on a computer where files or programs can be stored.
  • A collection of data, programs, etc. stored in a computer's memory or on a storage device.
  • A page of information on the internet about a particular subject, part of a website.
  • A series of instructions that can be put into a computer in order to make it perform an operation.
  • The display area of a computer monitor or TV set.
  • The term refers to any electronic or electromechanical machine or component from a transistor to a disk drive
  • A set of related web pages located under a single domain name.
  • An electronic device that allows one computer to send information to another through standard phone lines and
  • The main board of a computer, containing all the circuits.
  • Is the blinking vertical line in your document, it indicates where you can enter text on the page.
  • One of the keys at the top of the keyboard that makes the computer perform particular operations.
  • It is a portable computer that is small enough to be held in one's hand.
  • Any of the buttons that you press to operate a computer, phone or typewriter.
  • A small set of keys with numbers on them used to operate a television, phone, calculator, etc.
  • A large amount of information stored in a computer system. It can be easily looked at or changed.
  • The way a company organizes and uses the information it stores on computers.
  • A computer program that makes it possible for you to read information on the internet.
  • A small computer that can work with a battery and be easily carried.
  • A computer with a keyboard, screen and main processing unit that fits on a desk.
  • A larger computer case that is used for holding a motherboard and all it's offspring (VGA, CPU, etc.).
  • A computer system or program that sends websites and information to internet users.
  • A central computer that controls and provides information to other computers in a network.
  • A service that provides regular news to be broadcast or distributed on the internet.
  • A set of programs that controls the way a computer works and runs other programs.
  • An expansion card which generates a feed of output images to a display device.