Here you will get the various terms to know about the computer well. Which will help you to pass the competitive examinations. Now a days Bank job is the white elephant to the students. To give the successful answer of the computer section you can follow these terms which is given below:
Optical Fiber: A fine, flexible, transparent fiber of glass or plastic, used to transmit data.
Platform: An operating system such as MS-DOS or OS/2 or a graphics interface such as Windows under which program runs.
Processing: The manipulation of data by a computer.
Program: A set of directions that instruct the computer in the performance of a task.
UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply): A sophisticated backup power supply that automatically furnishes battery power to a computer system when the primary power source is interrupted, permitting continued operation or an orderly shut-down.
Voice Mail: A type of E-mail in which voice messages are stored as digital data. or A centralized electronic system that can store messages from telephone callers.
Applications: Applications are the programs designed to perform those tasks that make the computer truly useful. Application packages fall into a number of categories, such as:
- Desktop publishing
- Database programs
- Integrated Software
- Word processing
- Paint and Draw Programs
- Multimedia programs
Database Programs: A database is a collection of information contained in records that are made up of fields that each contain a specific item of information.
Absolute Value: The value of a number without regard to its sign; most often used in spreadsheet or database formula when the result of a calculation that may be positive or negative needs to be converted to a positive number for additional calculation.
Abstract: To briefly summarize or compile; the summary of compilation so created.
Architecture: The design of a computer that defines such things as type of processor, transfer speed, bus size etc.
Ascending sort: An alphabetical or numerical arrangement that progresses from lowest to highest.
Assemble: To translate or convert computer program instructions from an ‘artificial language or programming language’ into machine language that can be understood directly by the computer.
Assembler: A type of program that translates a programming language into simple instructions that are understood directly by the computer.
Automatic: A reference to process and devices that operate without further human involvement once the procedure has been established.
IIG: International Internet Gateway.
NIX: National Internet Exchange.
Benchmark: A standard by which computers, computer chips, programs, peripherals, etc. can be measured or compared.
Boolean Logic: A logic system based on return of one of two variables, as true or false, yes or no. Boolean logic utilizes operators such as AND, OR, NOT, IF and THEN.
Boot: To initialize a computer by powering it up and loading its operating system.
Bulletin Board Service: A message center that is accessed by computer users via telephone data lines for the exchange of information, computer files. etc.
Bundled: Descriptive of computer hardware and software sold together as a package.
Business Application: A program designed for business use, such as for payroll or inventory control.