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Tech Apps Vocab

Tech Apps Vocabulary

Software a program or set of instructions that perform tasks on a computer.
Desktop The first screen visible on your computer when it has finished loading Windows.
Network Computers connected together in order to share information and hardware.
Server a computer that provides data to other computers.
Web Browser a software program that allows you to explore the internet, such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox.
Copyright exclusive rights granted to a creator that limits the rights of others to copy, distribute, or adapt the work.
Database an organized collection of information that can be easily added, deleted, changed, sorted, searched, and analyzed.
Digital Citizenship appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to use of technology
E-mail a way of sending messages from one computer to another (stands for “electronic mail”).
Blog websites that contain dated text entries, usually with personal comments or links to other websites.
Flash Drive A small, portable device used to transfer and store information from a computer which connects through USB. Also, called a thumb drive, pen drive, or jump drive.
File a collection of related data stored as a unit with a single name.
Folder a virtual container in which files or other folders can be kept and organized (also called a directory).
Minimize to hide a window that is currently displayed on the screen. The window is removed and represented by an icon on the taskbar.
Maximize to display a window at its largest size.
Created by: jwhorton