An Internet Dictionary
The computer industry and the Internet are adding new words everyday to our language. Learn the meaning of these new terms in words you can understand.
- A Tip Before You Begin
- This Internet Dictionary is easy to use. To find what you are looking for, click on the first letter of any word you want to find.
- If you need more information, click on the highlighted words that appear in this dictionary. You will jump to another definition or a window will pop up in this screen.
- When you are through viewing the pop-up window, click anywhere in
this main screen to make it temporarily disappear. To permanently close it, click on boxed X in the upper right hand corner of the pop-up window.
- A way to save a link to Web page and quickly visit it later. Think of the World Wide Web as a huge book. Mark a favorite Web site or page and save your place by adding it to the browser's bookmark list. Click on it under Bookmarks in the Netscape browser or under Favorites in Microsoft Internet Explorer to revisit it.
- bookmark list
- A list of favorite Web sites, called bookmarks, saved on the browser. Look under Bookmarks in the Netscape browser or under Favorites in Microsoft Internet Explorer.
- Boolean search
- A way of linking or excluding words to search and find information on the World Wide Web.
"AND" links two or more words. Search results include documents containing all the words.
"OR" links two or more words. Search results include documents with either of the words.
"NOT" links two or more words. Search results include documents without the word(s) after "NOT."
- A software program that lets you search, find, view, and manage Web pages and other information on the Internet. Netscape Navigator, Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Internet Explorer are the most popular browsers.
- browser window
- The area of the screen in the browser where Web pages display.
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