Full Forms of Computer Related Terms
Doesn’t matter that you’re an IT or Non IT person. If you are using a computer then you should know the full forms computer related terms.
Full forms can be asked in any interview, entrance test or competitive exams. Knowing the full form is an extra advantage to your profile.
Hereby, this article will show you the few important full forms computer related terms.
[Read: Full Forms of Computer Related Terms – Part 1]
Check out the list given below:
PIN stands for Personal Identification Number, which is a four to six-digit numeric code used in electronic financial transactions.
DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line, a kind of technology that provides high-speed bandwidth to many home and business users.
Enables users to use and make telephone calls via landline, internet and voice over call services provided by Internet Service Providers (ISP’s)
DSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. This technology is used on cameras and is also known as Digital SLR.
SMS stands for Short Message Service. It is an advanced technology used by most of the phone device systems to communicate with other people.
SMS technology allows users to send and receive text messages between two different mobile devices. It is similar to the paging system used in the past.
The PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It is compatible across multiple platforms.
It is used on a universal basis, users trust it, free reading, also mobile friendly and can be accessed from any compatible Mobile device.
AAC stands for Advanced Audio Codec, is a kind of technique that is used for compressing and encoding audio music files.
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. It is a super thin technology that is usually used in computer monitors, laptop screens, TV’s and Mobile phones, etc.
LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, is to lead semiconductor light source.
The same is used in computer monitors, TV’s, laptop screens and Mobile phones, etc. The LED consumes less power than LCD’s.
HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. It is capable to transmit high quality audio and video between compatible devices.
XML stands for Extensible Markup Language, is a kind of markup language that is a set of rules to define documents with a standard format in computing.
JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Expert Group and is a popular image file format. The JPEG file extension also includes.JPG, JPE and .JPEG, etc.
GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format is a bitmap image file (animated formats) that supports most websites and is in common use.
PNG stands for Portable Network Graphics format. This format uses lossless compression and can generally consider the replacement of GIF image formats these days.
SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It is used to send e-mail messages between servers for electronic email transmission.
IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol. It is also commonly known as an IMAP server.
This is a standard protocol used by email clients (Microsoft Outlook, Windows Live Mail, Mozilla Thunderbird, Mail App, etc.) to retrieve messages from an email server.
CC/BCC stands for Carbon Copy/Blind Carbon Copy term used while sending emails. It depends if you are entering the email address in the CC or in BCC.
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer, also known as Transport Layer Security. It establishes an encrypted link between a web server and a browser in an online communication that secures your internet browsing.
GPS also stands for Global Positioning System, commonly known by its nickname GPS.
It’s a satellite-based navigation system that allows users to navigate and position using different devices.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization is a web practice that can increase the quality and quantity of website traffic with organic results in search engines (Google, Bing, MSN, etc.)
FAQ stands for Frequently Asked Questions that allows users to know recent and hot topics going now days on the internet world.Important Full Forms of Computer Related Terms Click To Tweet
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