Friday, 17 September 2021, 04:28 AM

Site: Webmaster Technology Institute
Course: Webmaster Technology Institute (AWS)
Glossary: Global Technical Glossary

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office automation system
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Object: An item consisting of data that a user can manipulate as a single unit to perform a task. An object can appear as text, an icon, or both.

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A facility to allow a number of people to exchange ideas and comments on a subject, generally in a written form and using either a local network, Intranet or the Internet.
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Internet games (also known as online games) are games that are played online via the Internet. They are distinct from video and computer games in that they are normally platform independent, relying solely on client-side technologies (normally called 'plugins'). Normally all that is required to play Internet games are a web browser and the appropriate plugin (normally available for free via the plugin maker's website). A game played in a browser is often called a browser-based game.
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Opera is a Web browser that provides some differences with the two most popular browsers from Netscape and Microsoft. Much smaller in size, Opera is known for being fast and stable.

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operating system
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A computer display panel that sits on an overhead projector, allowing the image from the computer to be projected onto a large screen.
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A rectangular, touch-sensitive device connected to the computer. It is divided into a grid, onto which a sheet of paper containing pictures and words can be placed. Pressing areas of the sheet causes pre-programmed text or pictures to appear on the screen or sounds to be played.