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Windows Xp

  1. Windows XP is a major revision of the Microsoft Windows operating system created for use on desktop and business computer systems. (Web site)
  2. Windows XP is a living, evolving operating system.
  3. Windows XP - The Missing Manual is by David Pogue, creator of the Missing Manual series and author of 20 how-to bestsellers.
  4. Windows XP is a unifying leap forward for desktop operating systems.
  5. Windows XP is designed to only fully skin "theme aware" programs.

Windows Ce

  1. Windows CE is a componentized ( is that a real word?) operating system, but you already knew that, right.
  2. Windows CE is a distinctly different kernel , rather than a "trimmed down" version of desktop Windows.
  3. Windows CE is a portable, scaleable development platform for digital appliances, embedded systems and knowledge-management devices.
  4. Windows CE is a small, configurable, feature-rich, real-time operating system.
  5. Windows CE is a small-footprint, flexible operating system.

Windows Mobile

  1. Windows Mobile is a dominating platform on PDA market at the current moment.
  2. Windows Mobile is a powerful platform for running applications on mobile devices.
  3. Windows Mobile is a rich developer platform that allows you to build or purchase third-party software to customize your device.
  4. Windows Mobile is a rich platform that allows one to download third-party software for customization.

Windows Vista

  1. Windows Vista is the first end-user version of Windows that Microsoft has released simultaneously in 32-bit and x64 editions.
  2. Windows Vista is a bloated bag of garbage.
  3. Windows Vista is the next major version of Microsoft Windows, the proprietary operating system developed by Microsoft.
  4. Windows Vista is the "next generation" operating system from Microsoft, well that's what they say. (Web site)
  5. Windows Vista is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. (Web site)

Windows Update

  1. Windows Update is a web-based software update service for Microsoft Windows operating systems.
  2. Windows Update is the online extension of Windows that helps you get the most out of your computer.
  3. Windows Update is a built-in Windows XP tool that regularly prompts you to download updates, patches, and drivers. (Web site)
  4. Windows Update is a service that primarily delivers updates to Windows.
  5. Windows Update is a tool built into Microsoft Windows, to easily allow users to update and patch their versions of Windows.

Windows Firewall

  1. Windows Firewall is a critical first line of defense to protect your computer against many types of malicious software.
  2. The Windows Firewall is a stateful host firewall that runs in Windows XP and blocks all unsolicited incoming traffic, unless configured to allow the traffic. (Web site)
  3. Windows Firewall is a big improvement and it has Group Policy support. (Web site)
  4. Windows Firewall is a feature that was added as part of the Service Pack 2 upgrade to Windows XP.
  5. Windows Firewall is a free network firewall application for Windows XP, introduced in Windows XP Service Pack 2.

Task Manager

  1. Task Manager is a Windows system utility that displays the tasks or processes currently running on your computer. (Web site)
  2. Task Manager is a Windows system utility that displays thetasks or processes currently running on your computer.
  3. Task Manager is an integrated tool for monitoring applications, tasks, and key performance metrics of a Windows NT Server-based system. (Web site)

Pocket Pc

  1. The Pocket PC is part of the Windows Mobile platform, which also includes a version for cellphones (see Smartphone).
  2. The Pocket PC is a digital organizer that also plays MP3 music, games and runs on the Windows CE platform. (Web site)
  3. The Pocket PC is an evolution from previous calculator-sized computers. (Web site)
  4. The Pocket PC was designed to compete more directly with the popular Palm devices.
  5. The Pocket PC was the original intended platform for the Windows Mobile operating system. (Web site)

Microsoft Windows

  1. Microsoft Windows is a family of operating systems by Microsoft.
  2. Microsoft Windows is a range of commercial operating environments for personal computers.
  3. Microsoft Windows is a range of closed source proprietary commercial operating environments for personal computers and also servers. (Web site)
  4. Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.


  1. ActiveSync is a free software that usually comes with your PDA package.
  2. ActiveSync is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.
  3. ActiveSync is a software application that allows you to synchronize information between your mail2web LIVE account and your mobile device.
  4. ActiveSync is a synchronisation program developed by Microsoft Corporation. (Web site)
  5. ActiveSync is a synchronization program developed by Microsoft .

Activex Controls

  1. ActiveX controls are disabled by default.
  2. ActiveX controls are used extensively on the Internet. (Web site)


  1. Aero is the codename for the new graphical user interface in Windows Vista. (Web site)
  2. Aero is the new Windows user experience.
  3. Aero: a re-designed user interface, code-named Aero  --- an acronym (or backronym) for Authentic, Energetic, Reflective, and Open. (Web site)
  4. Aero: a re-designed user interface, code-named Aero – an acronym for Authentic, Energetic, Reflective, and Open.

Application Switcher

  1. The Application Switcher is a great way to toggle back and forth between applications.
  2. The application switcher is a floating pseudowindow which allows users of an OS to tab through open programs and choose one to become the active application. (Web site)
  3. The application switcher is a very simple way to navigate between open applications.


  1. ASSESSMENT: The risk is HIGH. An attacker can take complete control of the affected system.
  2. ASSESSMENT: The risk is HIGH. An outsider can gain system level access to any Windows XP system that has been installed with default settings.
  3. ASSESSMENT: The risk is LOW. An attacker would first have to persuade a user to visit the attacker's site to attempt to exploit this vulnerability.
  4. ASSESSMENT: The risk is LOW. Standard firewall practices could be used to protect networks from Internet-based attacks.
  5. ASSESSMENT: The risk is MEDIUM. In general, man-in-the-middle attacks such as this one are more difficult to exploit.


  1. Attributes is one of them. (Web site)
  2. The attributes are ignored.


  1. Backups are incremental, storing only the changes each time, minimizing disk usage.
  2. Backups are incremental, storing only the changes each time, minimizing the disk usage.
  3. Backups is a good example.

Bart Pe

  1. Bart PE is a "Windows Live" CD, like Knoppix is for Linux, just to make an example.
  2. Bart PE is a bootable disk.
  3. Bart PE is a free utility that builds a bootable subset of XP, from which one can launch many tools written for Windows.
  4. Bart PE is a fully contained Windows Operating System on a CD. Basically, you can boot to the cd if windows crashes.
  5. Bart PE is a good program for this.

Batch File

  1. A 'batch file' is a series of instructions written to be handed to an interactive program running in batch mode.
  2. A batch file is a normal text file, no programming involved.
  3. A batch file is a text file that contains a sequence of commands for a computer operating system .
  4. A batch file is similar to a shell script under Unix -like operating systems.
  5. A batch file is usually created for command sequences for which a user has a repeated need.

Blue Screen of Death

  1. Blue screen of death is a generic problem and can happen on a myriad of situations, thus impossible to tell you exactly what is happening on your computer.


  1. A BOOTING is any exercise of the verb to boot. (Web site)
  2. Booting is the process of powering on a computer causing it to load the Operating System.


  1. The buttons are identified in the dialog by looking for controls with particular control ids so hopefully this will work in all languages.
  2. The buttons were all in 3-D appearance (the windows weren't).

Citrix Presentation Server

  1. Citrix Presentation Server is a product for application virtualization using a centralized and secure architecture. (Web site)

Commit Charge

  1. Commit charge is a term in the Windows operating system for the total amount of virtual address space, or VAS, for which the backing store is the pagefile. (Web site)
  2. Commit charge is a term used in the Microsoft Windows.


  1. Concon is a computer bug that appeared in the Windows 95 and Windows 98 operating systems.
  2. Concon is a excited party animal who hangs out in Greensboro, NC, United States.
  3. The ConCon is a sham.


  1. Control-Alt-Delete is a computer keyboard command on IBM PC compatible systems.


  1. The controls are licensed controls and cannot be used from script unless a development environment is installed.
  2. The controls are real easy to pick up.

Control Panel

  1. A control panel was added to enable the user to fine tune this functionality, such as being able to turn off the "glass" translucency effect.
  2. The Control Panel is a collection of small applications used for changing settings in the computer system, such as screen colors, fonts, and other features. (Web site)


  1. CryptoAPI is a lower level interface designed to interface directly to the underlying CSP, either in software or hardware. (Web site)
  2. CryptoAPI is a technology provided as part of Windows-- 95, 98, Windows NT, and Windows 2000.
  3. CryptoAPI is also used in the Linux kernel (2.4.12+ and 2.6.x) as an application programming interface for e.g. (Web site)
  4. CryptoAPI is an operating system API from Microsoft for Windows 95 and NT. It provides data encryption.
  5. CryptoAPI was developed by Microsoft and therefore has not been subjected to any formal standards process. (Web site)


  1. Cryptoki is a CAPI for cryptographically aware applications. (Web site)
  2. Cryptoki was developed by RSA Labs and is a member of their family of Public Key Cryptography Standards. (Web site)
  3. Cryptoki was not designed for novice C programmers. (Web site)
  4. Cryptoki was written with personal cryptographic tokens (e.g., smart cards, PC cards) in mind. (Web site)


  1. Cygwin is a Linux -like environment for Windows.
  2. Cygwin is a POSIX.1 emulation layer for 32-bit Microsoft Windows operating systems.

Desktop Window Manager

  1. The Desktop Window Manager is the new windowing system which handles the drawing of all content to the screen. (Web site)
  2. The Desktop Window manager is a windowing system built off DirectX 9. It treats windows as 3D surfaces, and their content as textures.

Device Drivers

  1. Device drivers are hardware specific extensions to the ReactOS Executive.
  2. Device drivers are integrated directly with the kernel.

Device Manager

  1. Device Manager is a neat little utility worth exploring further.
  2. Device Manager was introduced with Windows 95 and later added to Windows 2000. (Web site)


  1. DirectX is a Microsoft product. (Web site)
  2. DirectX is a collection of APIs for easily handling tasks related to game programming on Microsoft Windows. (Web site)
  3. DirectX is a collection of APIs for easily handling tasks related to game programming on the Microsoft Windows operating system. (Web site)
  4. DirectX is the multimedia system foundation for Windows operating systems.


  1. A document is any file that can be produced by an application and reopened, modified, saved, and closed. (Web site)
  2. The document is also a call to action: "It's clear that if we fail to do so, our business as we know it is at risk," Mr. Ozzie wrote.


  1. Drives are named by letter, beginning with A, followed by a colon. (Web site)
  2. The drives are available in 20, 40, and 60 GB capacities for $179, $259, and $329, respectively.


  1. DTweak is a complex FREE tuning software for Windows Vista.
  2. DTweak is a complex tweaker and optimizing tool especialy designed for Windows Vista.
  3. DTweak is an advanced tweaker and optimizing tool especialy designed for Windows Vista.


  1. Eiger is a stripped-down version of Windows XP Professional. (Web site)
  2. Eiger is designed to enable companies that can't afford to replace their PCs to continue running a supported version of Windows.
  3. Eiger is designed to replace Windows 95, Windows 98 and NT 4 Workstation running on these systems. (Web site)
  4. Eiger is the name of a famous mountain in Switzerland. (Web site)
  5. Eiger is the simplest offering.

Exchange Activesync

  1. Exchange ActiveSync is a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 feature that lets the person synchronize one's mailbox data to a mobile device.
  2. Exchange ActiveSync is a communication protocol that enables mobile access to yoru email, messages, contacts, task lists and more.


  1. Files are copied, setup information is saved.
  2. Files are created by our digital cameras, e-mail, cell phones, portable media players, camcorders, PDAs, and laptops.
  3. Files are easily printed by dragging the file from file manager and dropping it on top of the program icon. (Web site)
  4. Files are either in WinFS or not.
  5. Files are indexed based on metadata, and search results can generate dynamically as you add more search terms to the search parameters. (Web site)


  1. Gadgets are organized in an easy-to-use panel-the Windows Sidebar-that discreetly docks on the side of your Windows desktop. (Web site)
  2. Gadgets are small programs with which you can display a clock, post notes, track stocks, or perform other miscellaneous tasks. (Web site)
  3. The gadgets are a nice addition but other OS's have been using these for years.


  1. The game is a collection of the most popular casino games all in one pack.
  2. The game was never intended to be anything more than a test program for Surface, but it looks pretty fun.


  1. Games are what keep me locked to PC, thats for sure. (Web site)
  2. The games are a gimmick since you have to pay to play the real things.


  1. GDI is a Microsoft Windows interface for representing graphical objects and transmitting them to output devices such as monitors and printers. (Web site)
  2. GDI is a Microsoft Windows standard for representing graphical objects and transmitting them to output devices such as monitor s and printer s. (Web site)
  3. GDI is an abbreviation for Graphics Device Interface and is sometimes called Graphical Device Interface. (Web site)


  1. A GINA is a graphical identification and authentication library, which provides secure login services on Microsoft Windows operating systems.
  2. GINA is a dynamically linked library that is loaded in the context of the Winlogon process when the machine is started.
  3. The GINA is a replaceable DLL component that is loaded by Winlogon.


  1. An icon is a graphical representation of an object. (Web site)
  2. The icon is a picture of a floppy disk and its disk drive.

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