Important Computer Abbreviation

Important computer abbreviation

AAC – Advanced Audio Coding

HTML – Hyper Text Markup Language
AI -Artificial intelligence. HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
AMR – Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec HTTPS – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure.
API – Application Program Interface IBM – International Business Machine
ARP – Address Resolution Protocol INTEL – Integrated Electronics
ARPANET – Advanced Research Project Agency Network IP – Internet Protocol.
ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange ISP – Internet Service Provider.
ATM – Asynchronous Transfer Mode JAD – Java Application Descriptor
AVI – Audio Video Interleave JPEG – Joint Photographic Expert Group
BASIC – Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code Kbps – Kilobits/Kilobytes Per Second
BCC – Blind Carbon Copy LED – Light Emitting Diode
BCD – Binary Coded Decimal M3G – Mobile 3D Graphics
BHTML – Broadcast Hyper Text Markup Language M4A – MPEG-4 Audio File
BIOS – Basic Input Output System Mbps – Megabits/Megabytes Per Second
BIU – Bus Interface Unit MICR – Magnetic Ink Character Recognition
BMP – Bitmap MIME – Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
BPS – Bytes Per Second MIPS – Million Instructions Per Second
CAD – Computer Aided Design MPEG – Motion Picture Experts Group
CADD – Computer Aided Design and Drafting NAT – Network Address Translation
CAI – Computer Aided Instruction OCR – Optical character reader.
CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access OMR – Optical Mark Reader/Recognition
CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access. P2P – Peer-to-peer
CD-R – Compact disc-recordable. PDA – Personal digital assistant.
CD-ROM – Compact disc-read-only memory. A form of optical storage. PDF – Portable Document Format
CD-RW – Compact disc-rewritable. PNG – Portable Network Graphics
CISC – Complex Instructions Set Computers PNG – Portable Network Graphics
COBOL – Common Business Oriented Language RPM – Revolutions Per Minute
COMPUTER – Commonly Operated Machine Particularly Used for Trade/Technology, Education, and Research. SIM – Subscriber Identity Module.
CPU – Central processing unit. SMPS – Switch Mode Power Supply
CRT – Cathode Ray Tube. SMS – Short Message Service
CUI – Character User Interface SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
DAT – Digital Audio Tape SQL – Structured Query Language
DAT – Digital Audio Tape. SWF – Shock Wave Flash
DBMS – Data Base Management System TCP – Transmission Control Protocol .
DNS – Domain name system. UHF – Ultra High Frequency.
DOC – Document (MicrosoftCorporation) UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunication System.
DOS – Disk operating system. UNIVAC – Universal Automatic Computer/Universal Non Integrated Vacuum Actuated Computer
DPI – Dots Per Inch UPS – Uninterruptible Power Supply.
DVD – Digital Versatile Disk. URL – Uniform Resource Locator.
DVD-RAM – Digital video disc–random-access memory. USB – Universal Serial Bus.
DVD-ROM – Digital video disc–read-only memory. VAN – Value Added Network
DVD-RW – Digital video disc–read/write. VHF – Very High Frequency.
DVI – Digital Visual Interface VIRUS – Vital Information Resource Under Seized.
DVR – Digital Video Recorder VOIP – Voice Over Internet Protocol
EDGE – Enhanced Data Rate for GSM (Global System for WAIS – Wide-Area Information Server.
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EDSAC – Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator WAP – Wireless Application Protocol.
EDVAC – Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Computer WAV – Waveform Audio
E-mail – Electronic Mail WBMP – Wireless Bitmap Image
ENIAC – Electronics Numerical Integrator And Calculator Wi-Fi – Wireless fidelity.
FPS – Frames Per Second WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network
GDI – Graphical Device Interface WMA – Windows Media Audio
GIF – Graphic Interchangeable Format WML – Wireless Markup Language
GPRS – General Packet Radio Service WML – Wireless Markup Language
GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication WMV – Windows Media Video
GUI – Graphical User Interface. XMF – Extensible Music File
HSDPA – High Speed Downlink Packet Access.

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