A computer that is connected to a local area network.
Computers linked together in a relatively small area (such as a building) using a network connection.
Computers linked together in a relatively wide geographic area that share or exchange information.
A private local area network (LAN) used internally in an organization to support business activities within a single organization.
A global network connecting millions of computers.
Software used to prevent a user from having access to certain sites on the Internet.
Software used to allow a user view web pages
(2 definitions) (1) Originally, the web page that your browser is set to use when it starts up. (2) The more common meaning refers to the main web page for a business, organization, etc.
A collection of webpages linked together on a related topic accessible from the Web.
A single page of information accessed through the Internet.
The address of a file located on the Web.
The opening letters keyed in a web address that tell the computer that you are searching for Web pages.
(/) A forward-slanting symbol used in URLs.
(\) A backward-slanting symbol primarily used in computing.
A graphic or text string which, when clicked, opens a new web page or jumps to a new location in the current page.
The first computer programming language used to create documents on the Internet.
favorites & bookmarks
A saved list of Internet shortcuts.
A file containing answers to commonly asked questions that new users to a program or Website have asked.
To copy or move a file from a computer or disk onto another computer or disk.
To transfer a file from a desktop computer onto a web server.