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Abbreviations to Full-Forms in Computer Basics.

There are few Full-Forms for important words used in the Computer world. These short words are also known as Abbreviations. An individual should know at least these terms if want to learn Computers.

Abbreviations to Full-Forms

AbbreviationFull-Form
.comCommercial Internet Site
.eduEducation Site
.govGovernment Site
.inIndia
.netInternet Administrative Site
.orgOrganization Site
AJAXAsynchronous JavaScript and XML
ALUArithmetic Logical Unit
APIApplication Programming Interface
ASCIIAmerican Standards Code for Information Interchange
ASPActive Server Page
AVIAudio Video Interleave
BASICBeginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
BIOSBasic Input Output System
BMPBitmap
CDCompact Disk
CDMACode Division Multiple Access
CPUCentral Processing Unit
CSSCascading Style Sheet
CUICommand User Interface
DELLDigital Electronic Link Library
DVDDigital Video Disk
FATFile Allocation Table
FDDFloppy Disk Drive
FTPFile Transfer Protocol
GBGiga Byte
GHzGiga Hertz
GIFGraphic Interchangeable Format
GSMGlobal System for Mobile communication
GUIGraphical User Interface
HDDHard Disk Drive
HTMLHyper Text Markup Language
HTTPHyper Text Transfer Protocol
HTTPSHyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure
INTELIntegrated Electronics
IOInput Output
IPInternet Protocol
JARJava Achieve
JPEGJoint Photographic Expert Group
JSJava Script
KbpsKilo Byte Per Second
LANLocal Area Network
LCDLiquid Crystal Display
LEDLight Emitting Diode
MANMetropolitan Area Network
MBMega Byte
MbpsMega Byte Per Second
MP3MPEG Player III
MP4MPEG Video File
NETInternet
NTFSNew Technology File System
OSOperating System
PHPPersonal Home Page (Now: Hypertext Preprocessor)
PNGPortable Network Graphics
RAMRandom Access Memory
ROMRandom Access Memory
RSSReally Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary
SIMSubscriber Identity Module
SQLStructured Query Language
SWFShock Wave Flash
TBTera Byte
TCPTransmission Control Protocol
TestNGTest Next Generation
UIUser Interface
URLUniform Resource Locator
USBUniversal Serial Bus
UXUser Experience
VGAVisual Graphic Adapter
VIRUSVital Information and Resource Under Sized
WANWide Area Network
WAVWaveform Audio
WMAWindows Media Audio
WMVWindows Media Video
WPWord Press
WWWWorld Wide Web
XMLExtensible Markup Language
YAHOOYet Another Hierarchically Organized Oracle
ZIPZigzag Inline Package

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