||A (desirable) characteristic. For example, a feature of notebook computers is that they are lightweight.
||An area in a database or database entry form for a single type of information, especially a single instance of the field. For example; name, address, and phone number are fields.
||Any single collection of stored information, typically on floppy or hard disks. A file may be a part of the operating system, an application, or data (such as word processing, graphics, or spreadsheet documents). Anything on a disk that has a filename.
||A network security system that helps prevent unauthorized access and also prevents legitimate users accessing the Internet from the local network. A firewall usually consists of a single machine that's connected to the Internet and all Internet traffic must pass through that machine.
|Floating point unit
||A functional unit of a processor or a separate device which is optimized to allow fast processing of floating point calculations.
||An HTML format invented by Netscape to divide a browser up into different pieces, or "frames". These frames support independent movement between them, allowing for more information to be displayed in a smaller space.
||File Transfer Protocol. A method of transferring file between two computers on a TCP/IP network (such as the Internet). "Anonymous FTP" (the most common usage on the Internet) allows a user to download files without having an account at the remote computer.