Edward is a program installed without a user's consent or knowledge during the install of another program..

There basic function is to advertise companies. Add-on is any third-party software program or script that is added to a program that enhances the program by giving it additional features and abilities. Bootleg Is an Illegal copy of software that was not purchased from the developer or retail store. Bundler Is software that Is Included with a new computer, hardware, or other software program.Charitable is software where the author encourages its users to donate a payment oh charity.

Bloater or Carapace is a term given to software that comes pre-installed with a new computer, but really offer the customer no advantage because It's trial software or expires after a few days of use Crippler software are program or utility that does not have all features enabled or has limited capabilities until the user registers the program and receives a code to unlock the program. Dribbler is a term used to describe software that has been released without proper testing.After this software has been released, it requires several patches and sixes for It to work properly Driver Is a group of software files that enable one or more hardware devices to communicate with the computer's operating system. Edutainment software is designed to entertain as well as help educate at the same time. Emulators: Hardware or software that allows a computer or other device to act as if it were something else.

They allow us to use specific features of that device. Open-Source Software Is a software source code that is freely distributed to help develop the software or allow for customization with the software.Packaged software Is a term used to describe software that Is bunched together making a complete set Policewomen is a term used to describe software that is secretly installed on a suspects computer that allows government and other law enforcement's to monitor computer use. CRY Code Is a machine-readable , two dimensional ,code typically used for storing URL or other Information for reading by the camera on a smartened.

G refers to the third generation of cellular data standards. It support data transfer rates of 14. 4 Mbps or faster. Page 1 of 3Computer Science 2210 (Definitions) SHAREWARE A term used to describe mallard that scares the users into purchasing a program. A for instance a program claiming it has found dozens of potential threats on the computer, which in reality are either nonexistent or not a threat to the user's machine.

It tricks them into buying that software. Vector graphic is an image made up paths (lines with a starting and ending points). These paths, all based on mathematical expressions. The key advantage of using vector graphics is their ability to scale without compromising image quality.G is the fourth generation of cellular data standards. All G devices must support a data transfer rate of at least 100 Mbps.

Bandwidth refers to how much data you can send through a network or modem connection. A bitmap is a map of dots, or bits (hence the name), that looks like a picture as long you are sitting a reasonable distance away from the screen. They typically do not scale very well. Bitter, as the name implies, describes the rate at which bits are transferred from one location to another.

Baseman transmissions typically use digital signaling over a single wire.Baseman communication is bidirectional, allowing computers to both send and receive data. A network server uses this protocol to dynamically assign IP addresses to networked computers. The DDCD server waits for a computer to connect to it, then assigns it an IP address from a master list stored on the server. DRAM(Dynamic Random Access Memory) is a type of RAM that stores each bit of data on a separate capacitor. This is an efficient way to store data in memory, because it requires less physical space to store the same amount of data than if it was stored statically.

Therefore, a DRAM chip can hold more data than an SRAM (static RAM) chip of the same size can. DRAM uses more power than SRAM. DSL stands for "Digital Subscriber Line. " It is a medium for transferring data over regular phone lines and can be used to connect to the Internet. However, like a cable modem, a DSL circuit is much faster than a regular phone connection An extranet actually combines both the Internet and an intranet. It extends an intranet, or internal network, to other users over the Internet.

Most extranets can be accessed via a Web interface using a Web browser.Since secure or confidential information is often accessible within an intranet, extranets typically require authentication for users to access them. Firmware is a software program or set of instructions programmed on a hardware device. It provides the necessary instructions for how the device communicates with the other computer hardware. Firmware is typically stored in the flash ROOM of a hardware device.

0 Page 2 of 3 By: Total Madam is actually a type of flash memory. FTP stands for "File Transfer Protocol. " It is a common method of transferring files via he Internet from one computer to another.Gateway is either hardware or software that acts as a bridge between two networks so that data can be transferred between a number of computers. An integrated circuit, or 'C, is small chip that can function as an amplifier, oscillator, timer, microprocessor, or even computer memory.

Latency is the amount of time it takes a packet of data to move across a network connection. When a packet is being sent, there is "latent" time, when the computer that sent the packet waits for confirmation that the packet has been received. Metadata describes other data.It provides information about a certain item's content. For instance, an image may include metadata that describes how large the picture is, the color depth, the image resolution, when the image was created, and other data. Overcooking involves increasing the clock speed of the computer's processor past the rate at which it was originally designed to run.

Its basic purpose is to increase processor speed. It has many disadvantages for instance processor is not stable and it also voids warranty of processor. Pixel is actually short for "Picture Element.These small little dots are what make up the images on computer displays. A specific set of communication rules is called a protocol.

Spoofing refers tricking or deceiving computer systems or other computer users. This is typically done by hiding one's identity or faking the identity of another user on the Internet. Trojan horses are software programs that masquerade as regular programs, such as games, disk utilities, and even antivirus programs. But if they are run, these programs can do malicious things to your computer.

URL stands for "Uniform Resource Locator.A URL is the address of a specific Web site or file on the Internet. VPN stands for Virtual Private Network A VPN is "tunneled" through a wide area network. By using encryption and other security measures, a VPN can scramble all the data sent through the wide area network, so the network is "virtually" private. A computer worm is a type of virus that replicates itself, but does not alter any files on your machine.

They take up all your computer's available memory or hard disk space because of replication. A ping is a test to see if a system on the Internet is working.