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Important Full Forms Of Computer Abbreviations Pdf

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Important Full Forms Of Computer Abbreviations Pdf

Every Computer geek always learn more about Computer. In computer we use many different terms. In Computer many terms are available in Abbreviation form. So if you going to attend any Computer exam or any Interview these terms are useful for you.
When we use abbreviation form in daily life we don’t know its real mean, that’s why we puts some Important abbreviation forms in this post for increasing your knowledge in Computer.

Important Full Forms Of Computer Abbreviations Pdf

1GL : First-Generation Programming Language
2GL : Second-Generation Programming Language
3GL : Third-Generation Programming Language
4GL : Fourth-Generation Programming Language
5GL : Fifth Generation Programming Language

A
AC : Alternating Current
ACL : Access Control List
ALGOL : Algorithmic Language
ALU : Arithmetic and Logical Unit
ANSI : American National Standards
ARPA : Advanced Research Projects Agency
ATM : Asynchronous Transfer Mode

B
BASIC : Beginner’s All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
BCD : Binary Coded Decimal
bin : binary
BINAC : Binary Automatic Computer
BIOS : Basic Input Output System
Blob : Binary large object
BMP : Basic Multilingual Plane

C
CAD : Computer-Aided Design
CAT : Computer-Aided Translation
CC : C Computer
CDMA : Code Division Multiple Access
CD-R : CD-Recordable
CD-ROM : CD Read-Only Memory
CD-RW : CD-Rewritable
CLI : Command Line Interface
CLR : Common Language Runtime
CPU : Central Processing Unit
CRS : Computer Reservations System
CRT : Cathode Ray Tube
CS : Computer Science
CSE : Computer Science and Engineering
CU : Central Unit

D
DAO : Data Access Objects
DAT : Digital Audio Tape
DB : Database
DBMS : Database Management System
DDR : Double Data Rate
DHTML : Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language
DIVX : Digital Video Express
DL : Download
DLL : Dynamic Link Library
DNS : Domain Name System
DOS : Disk Operating System
DSN : Database Source Name
DTP : Desktop Publishing
DVD : Digital Versatile Disc
DVD : Digital Video Disc
DVD-R : DVD-Recordable
DVD-ROM : DVD-Read Only Memory
DVD-RW : DVD-Rewritable

E
EDSAC : Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator
EDVAC : Electronic Diserete Variable Automatic Computer
ESD : Electrostatic Discharge
EXE : ExEcutable
EXT : EXTended file system

F
FAQ : Frequently Asked Questions
FDD : Floppy Disk Drive
FLOPS : Floating-Pont Operations Per Second
FOSI : Formatted Output Specificiation Instance
FS : File System
FSB : Front Side Bus
FTP : File Transfer Protocol
FXP : File eXchange Protocol

G
Gb : Gigabit
GB : Gigabyte
GIF : Graphics Interchange Format
GPL : General Public License
GPRS : General Packet Radio Service

H
HCI : Human Computer Interaction
HCL : Hardware Compatibility List
HD : High Density
HD DVD : High Definition DVD
HDD : Hard Disk Drive
HHD : Hybird Hard Drive
HP : Hewlett-Packard
HT : Hyper Threading
HTM : Hierarchical Temporal Memory
HTML : Hypertext Markup Language
HTTP : Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Hz : Hertz

I
I/O : Input/Output
IBM : International Business Machines
IC : Integrated Circuit
ICMP : Internet Control Message Protocol
ICT : Information and Communication Technology
IE : Internet Explorer
IIS : Internet Information Services
IM : Instant Messaging
IMAP : Internet Message Access Protocol
IP : Intellectual Property /Internet Protocol
IP : Internet Protocol
IrDA : Infrared Data Association
ISDN : Integrated Service Digital Network
ISP : Internet Service Provider
IT : Information Technology

J
J2EE : Java 2 Enterprise Edition
J2ME : Java 2 Micro Edition
J2SE : Java 2 Standard Edition
JDK : Java Development Kit
JDS : Java Desktop System
JFC : Java Foundation Classes
JPEG : Joint Photographic Experts Group
JRE : Java Runtime Environment
JS : JavaScript

K
Kb : Kilobit
KB : Kilobyte
kHz : Kilohertz
KVM : Keyboard, Video Mouse

L
LAN : Local Area Network
LCD : Liquid Crystal Display
LED : Light-Emitting Diode

M
Mb : Megabit
MB : Megabyte
MBR : Master Boot Record
MHz : Megahertz
MNG : Multiple-image Network Graphics
MS : Memory Stick
MS : Microsoft
MS-DOS : Microsoft DOS

N
NaN : Not a Number
NAS : Network-Attached Storage
NEXT : Near-End Cross Talk
NIC : Network Interface Controller
NTFS : NT Filesystem

O
OLED : Organic Light Emitting Diode
OMF : Object Module Format
OS : Open Source
OS : Operating System

P
P2P : Peer-To-Peer
PAC : Programmable Automation Controller
PAN : Personal Area Network
PAP : Password Authentication Protocol
PATA : Parallel ATA
PC : Personal Computer
PGA : Pin Grid Array
PHP : PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor
PNG : Portable Network Graphics
POST : Power-On Self Test
PSU : Power Supply Unit

Q
QA : Quality Assurance
QFP : Quad Flat Package

R
RAM : Random Access Memory
RF : Radio Frequency
RGB : Red, Green, Blue (RGBA : Red, Green, Blue, Alpha)
RGBA : Red, Green, Blue, Alpha
RIP : Raster Image Processor
RIP : Routing Information Protocol
ROM : Read Only Memory
ROM-DOS : Read Only Memory – Disk Operating System

S
SATA : Serial ATA
SCSI : Small Computer System Interface
SD : Secure Digital
SDK : Software Development Kit
SDN : Service Delivery Network
SDR : Software-Defined Radio
SIMD : Single Instruction, Multiple Data
SIMM : Single Inline Memory Module
SP : Service Pack
SPI : Serial Peripheral Interface
SVG : Scalable Vector Graphics
SVGA : Super Video Graphics Array

T
TB : Tera Byte
TDMA : Time Division Multiple Access
tmp : temporary
TRON : The Real-time Operating System Nucleus
TTF : True Type Font
TTL : Transistor-Transistor Logic

U
UAC : User Account Control
UPS : Uninterruptible Power Supply
URI : Uniform Resource Identifier
URL : Uniform Resource Locator
USB : Universal Serial Bus
UTF : Unicode Transformation Format
UTP : Unshielded Twisted Pair
UUID : Universally Unique Identifier
UUN : Universal User Name

V
VB : Visual Basic
VBA : Visual Basic for Applications
VBS : Visual Basic Script
VGA : Video Graphics Array
VT : Video Terminal

W
W3C : World Wide Web Consortium
WAN : Wide Area Network
WAP : Wireless Access Point /Wireless Application Protocol
WLAN : Wireless Local Area Network
WMA : Windows Media Audio
WMV : Windows Media Video
WPAN : Wireless Personal Area Network
WWN : World Wide Name
WWW : World Wide Web

X
XAML : extensible Application Markup Language
XML : eXtensible Markup Language
XP : Extreme Programming
XPI : XP install

Y
Y2K : Year Two Thousand

Z
ZCS : Zero Code Suppression
ZIF : Zero Insertion Force
ZIFS : Zero Insertion Force Socket

  • 1024 Bytes – 1 Kilo Byte ( KB )
  • 1024 KB – 1 Mega Byte ( MB )
  • 1024 MB – 1 Gyga Byte ( GB )
  • 1024 GB – 1 Tera Byte ( TB )
  • 1024 TB – 1 Peta Byte ( PB )
  • 1024 PB – 1 Exa Byte ( EB )
  • 1024 EB – 1 Zetta Byte ( ZB )
  • 1024 ZB – 1 Yotta Byte ( YB )

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