Computer Literacy Ch 5
Terms in this set (46)
In Internet Explorer 11, the area in which you can type a URL to visit a website; displays at the bottom of the screen in the Start Screen version of IE 11 and at the top of the screen in the desktop version.
The process of using your computer to view webpages.
In Interent explorer 11, the area of the screen in which the webpage displays.
the use of web servers on the Internet - for example, a SkyDrive or SharePoint library - to store files and run application.
Top-level domains for countries, for example, .ca for Canada.
an organization's unique name on the Internet, which consists of a chosen name combined with a top-level domain such as .com, .org, or .gov
A method of exchanging messages via the Internet in which the message resides in the recipient's mail box until he or she signs in to read it.
An image that represents facial expressions. An emoticon should be used only in informal electronic communication to convey feelings.
A toolbar in interent explorer 11 that you can optionally display directly below the address bar and to which you can add or drag web addresses you use frequently.
A list of links to websites that is saved in your web browser.
A OneNote feature that inserts information from a file as a printed copy in the page; this feature is useful because text in the printout can be searched just like any content in OneNote.
On your own computer, the webpage you have selected - or that is set by default - to display on your computer when you start Internet Explorer. When visiting a website, the staring point for the remainder of the pages on that site.
The protocol prefix for HyperText Transfer Protocol
HyperText Transfer Protocol
The set of communication rules used by your computer to connect to servers on the Web.
The real-time communication between two or more participate over the Internet.
Internet Explorer 11
The web browser software developed by Microsoft Corporation that is included with Windows 8.1. There are two versions that use the same underlying information and technology - one version for the Start screen and one version for the desktop. Also known as IE 11.
Internet Explorer in the desktop
The term for the version of internet Explorer 11 used on the desktop.
A box in OneNote for text, pictures, video clips, and other types of notes.
in OneNote, a collection of files organized by major divisions and stored in a common folder.
Typed text, handritten text if you have a tablet PC, pictures and graphics - including images and text that you capture from webpages - audio and video recordings, and documents from other applications such as Word or Excel, that can be included in a OneNote notebook.
A Microsoft application with which you can create a digital notebook that gives you a single location where you can gather and organize information in the form of notes.
A subdivision of a section where notes are inserted.
Page tabs list
A list on the right side of the OneNote notebook that displays the name of each page in the active section.
In OneNote, a file that serves as a pattern for creating a new page; ensures a uniform page layout and design.
Small programs that add capabilities to web browser fort ware, such as playing video or scanning for viruses.
The letters that represent a set of communication rules used by a computer to connect to another computer.
an image file that contains the contents of a computer screen
an image copied from part of the computer screen, a webpage, or a document
a computer program that searches for specific words and returns a list of documents in which the search term was found.
a website that provides search capabilities on the web.
the primary division of a notebook identifying a main topic and containing related pages of notes.
a tab that identifies a primary division of the active notebook.
A related group of technologies from Microsoft for collaboration, file sharing, and web publishing with organizations.
A free plug-in that improves the appearance of some applications in your browser.
A free file storage and file sharing service.
A software application that users can download to create an account so they can make voice calls over the internet as well as participate in web conferencing from any location in the world.
Paid advertisements shown as a links, typically for products and services related to your search term. Sponsored links are the way that search sites like Bing, Google, and others earn revenue.
Combinations of formatting options that look attractive together.
The process of navigating the internet either for a particular item or for anything that is of interest, and quickly moving from one item to another.
A feature in internet Explorer that enables you to open multiple websites and then with among them.
In the Start screen version of internet explorer 11, the bar that displays a tile for each webpage that you currently have open - only one tab displays because only one webpage is open.
The acronym for top-level domain
the ending letters of a URL such as .com, .org, and so on.
Uniform resource locator
An address that nicely identifies a location on the internet.
The acronym for Uniform Resource Locator
A software program with which you display webpages and navigate the internet