200 Important Abbreviations of Computer and Technology

List Of 180 Latest Technology Abbreviations sort by name in text format:

Computer Important Abbreviations
Computer Learning Shortcuts
  • ATA—Advanced Technology Attachment
  1. ASCII—American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  2. ARPANET—Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
  3. Ajax—Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
  4. ASP—Active Server Pages/Application Service Provider
  5. API—Application Programming Interface
  6. ATA—Advanced Technology Attachment
  7. ATM—Asynchronous Transfer Mode
  8. BiDi—Bi-Directional
  9. bin—binary
  10. BAL—Basic Assembly Language
  11. BASIC—Beginner’s All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
  12. BIOS—Basic Input Output System
  13. bps—bits per second
  14. BCD—Binary Coded Decimal
  15. Blog—Web Log
  16. BMP—Basic Multilingual Plane
  17. BT—BitTorrent / Bluetooth
  18. BW—Bandwidth
  19. CAD—Computer-Aided Design
  20. CPU—Central Processing Unit
  21. CIM—Common Information Model
  22. CRS—Computer Reservations System
  23. CRT—Cathode Ray Tube
  24. CLI—Command Line Interface
  25. CDMA—Code Division Multiple Access
  26. CMOS—Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
  27. CSI—Common System Interface
  28. CD-R—CD-Recordable
  29. CD-ROM—CD Read-Only Memory
  30. CD-RW—CD-Rewritable
  31. CMOS—Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
  32. CSV—Comma-Separated Values
  33. COBOL—Common Business-Oriented Language
  34. CGI—Common Gateway Interface /Computer-Generated Imagery
  35. DAO—Data Access Objects
  36. DHTML—Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language
  37. DAT—Digital Audio Tape
  38. DB—Database
  39. DIVX—Digital Video Express
  40. DVD—Digital Video Disc
  41. DVD-R—DVD-Recordable
  42. DVD-ROM—DVD-Read Only Memory
  43. DVD-RW—DVD-Rewritable
  44. DOS—Disk Operating System
  45. DDR—Double Data Rate
  46. DNS—Domain Name System
  47. EEPROM—Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
  48. ENIAC—Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer
  49. EBCDIC—Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
  50. EPROM—Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
  51. ESD—Electrostatic Discharge
  52. FAT—File Allocation Table
  53. FAQ—Frequently Asked Questions
  54. FDD—Floppy Disk Drive
  55. FDMA—Frequency-Division Multiple Access
  56. FS—File System
  57. FSB—Front Side Bus
  58. FTP—File Transfer Protocol
  59. Gb—Gigabit / GB—Gigabyte
  60. GIF—Graphics Interchange Format
  61. GPL—General Public License
  62. GPRS—General Packet Radio Service
  63. HD—High Density
  64. HDD—Hard Disk Drive
  65. HD DVD—High Definition DVD
  66. HP—Hewlett-Packard
  67. HT—Hyper-Threading
  68. HTM—Hierarchical Temporal Memory
  69. HTML—Hypertext Markup Language
  70. HTTP—Hypertext Transfer Protocol
  71. Hz—Hertz
  72. IBM—International Business Machines
  73. IC—Integrated Circuit
  74. ICMP—Internet Control Message Protocol
  75. ICT—Information and Communication Technology
  76. IDE—Integrated Development Environment /Integrated Drive Electronics
  77. IE—Internet Explorer
  78. IIS—Internet Information Services
  79. IM—Instant Messaging
  80. IMAP—Internet Message Access Protocol
  81. I/O—Input/Output
  82. IP—Intellectual Property /Internet Protocol
  83. IrDA—Infrared Data Association
  84. ISA—Industry Standard Architecture /Instruction Set Architecture
  85. iSCSI—Internet Small Computer System Interface
  86. ISDN—Integrated Services Digital Network
  87. ISP—Internet Service Provider
  88. IT—Information Technology
  89. J2EE—Java 2 Enterprise Edition
  90. J2ME—Java 2 Micro Edition
  91. J2SE—Java 2 Standard Edition
  92. JDK—Java Development Kit
  93. JPEG—Joint Photographic Experts Group
  94. JRE—Java Runtime Environment
  95. JS—JavaScript
  96. KB—Keyboard /Kilobyte /Knowledge Base
  97. Kb—Kilobit
  98. kHz—Kilohertz
  99. KVM—Keyboard, Video, Mouse
  100. LED—Light-Emitting Diode
  101. MAN—Metropolitan Area Network
  102. Mb—Megabit
  103. MB—Megabyte
  104. MBR—Master Boot Record
  105. MDI—Multiple Document Interface
  106. MHz—Megahertz
  107. MIDI—Musical Instrument Digital Interface
  108. MMU—Memory Management Unit
  109. MMX—Multi-Media Extensions
  110. MNG—Multiple-image Network Graphics
  111. MPEG—Motion Pictures Experts Group
  112. MOSFET—Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor
  113. MPEG—Motion Pictures Experts Group
  114. MS—Microsoft
  115. MS-DOS—Microsoft DOS
  116. NIC—Network Interface Controller
  117. NTFS—NT Filesystem
  118. NVRAM—Non-Volatile Random Access Memory
  119. OO—Object-Oriented
  120. OS—Open Source /Operating System
  121. P2P—Peer-To-Peer
  122. PAN—Personal Area Network
  123. PATA—Parallel ATA
  124. PC—Personal Computer
  125. PCB—Printed Circuit Board
  126. PC DOS—Personal Computer Disk Operating System
  127. PCI—Peripheral Component Interconnect
  128. PCIe—PCI Express
  129. PERL—Practical Extraction and Reporting Language
  130. PGA—Pin Grid Array
  131. PHP—PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor
  132. PIC—Peripheral Interface Controller /Programmable Interrupt Controller
  133. PLC—Power Line Communication /Programmable Logic Controller
  134. POST—Power-On Self Test
  135. PPI—Pixels Per Inch
  136. PS/2—Personal System/2
  137. PSU—Power Supply Unit
  138. RAD—Rapid Application Development
  139. RAM—Random Access Memory
  140. RAID—Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks
  141. RAIT—Redundant Array of Inexpensive Tapes
  142. RF—Radio Frequency
  143. RGB—Red, Green, Blue (RGBA—Red, Green, Blue, Alpha)
  144. RIP—Raster Image Processor /Routing Information Protocol
  145. ROM—Read-Only Memory
  146. ROM-DOS—Read-Only Memory – Disk Operating System
  147. SATA—Serial ATA
  148. SCSI—Small Computer System Interface
  149. SDRAM—Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
  150. SFTP—Secure FTP /Simple File Transfer Protocol
  151. SHDSL—Single-pair High-speed Digital Subscriber Line
  152. SIMD—Single Instruction, Multiple Data
  153. SIMM—Single Inline Memory Module
  154. SPI—Serial Peripheral Interface
  155. SPI—Stateful Packet Inspection
  156. SVG—Scalable Vector Graphics
  157. SVGA—Super Video Graphics Array
  158. TB—TeraByte
  159. TCP/IP—Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
  160. TDMA—Time Division Multiple Access
  161. TMP—temporary
  162. TTF—TrueType Font
  163. TTL—Transistor-Transistor Logic
  164. UPS—Uninterruptible Power Supply
  165. URI—Uniform Resource Identifier
  166. URL—Uniform Resource Locator
  167. USB—Universal Serial Bus
  168. UTF—Unicode Transformation Format
  169. UTP—Unshielded Twisted Pair
  170. VB—Visual Basic
  171. VBA—Visual Basic for Applications
  172. VBS—Visual Basic Script
  173. VPN—Virtual Private Network
  174. VPU—Visual Processing Unit
  175. WAN—Wide Area Network
  176. WAP—Wireless Access Point /Wireless Application Protocol
  177. Wi-Fi—Wireless Fidelity
  178. WLAN—Wireless Local Area Network
  179. WMA—Windows Media Audio
  180. WMV—Windows Media Video
  181. WPAN—Wireless Personal Area Network
  182. XML—eXtensible Markup Language
  183. Y2K—Year Two Thousand

List Of Computer’s 25 Important Abbreviations:-

Computer Important Abbreviations
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  1. *Kbps* Kilobits Per Second
  2. *LAN* Local-Area Network
  3. *LCD* Liquid Crystal Display
  4. *LED* Light Emitting Diode
  5. *LPT* Line Printer
  6. *LPT1* First Parallel Printer Port
  7. *LPT2* Second Parallel Printer Port
  8. *MP3* MPEG Player ll
  9. *MP4* MPEG Player IV
  10. *Mbps* Megabits Per Second
  11. *Microsoft* Micro Computer Software
  12. *MPEG* Motion Picture Experts Group
  13. *NTFS* New Technology File System
  14. *OCR* Optical Character Readers
  15. *OMR* Optical Mark Reader
  16. *OS* Operating System
  17. *PDF* Portable Document Format
  18. *PNG* Portable Network Graphics
  19. *POST* Power-On Self-Test
  20. *PPM* Pages Per Minute (Generally refers to the Speed of a Printer)
  21. *PS/2* Personal System/2
  22. *RAM* Random Access Memory
  23. *RGB* Red Green Blue
  24. *ROM* Read-Only Memory
  25. *RTF* Rich Text Format

List Of Basic Windows Shortcuts:-
  1. *Tab*=Move forward through the options
  2. *Shift + Tab*=Move backward through the options
  3. *Ctrl + Tab*=Move forward through the tabs
  4. *Ctrl + Shift + Tab*=Move backward through the tabs
  5. *Alt + Tab*=Switch between open items
  6. *Ctrl + Alt + Tab*=Use the arrow keys to switch between open items

Some General Knowledge Questions And Answers:
Computer Important Abbreviations
Computer General Shortcut Keys

*Name of Five Web domains

.net, .com, .biz, .org, .edu

*Name of Five Data Measurement Units:*

TB, GB, MB, KB, Byte

*Name of Five programming Languages:*

CSS, SQL, Java, PHP, Python

*Name of Five Numbering systems :*

Binary Numbers, Base 5, Octal System (Base 8), Decimal System, Hexadecimal System

*Name of Five Processor Manufactures:*

Intel, AMD, IBM, NVidia, Qualcomm

*Name of Five Products by Apple:*

 iPhone, iMac, iTunes, iPod, iPad

*Name of Five Camera Manufactures:*

Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic

*Name of Five Color Schemes:*

CMYK, RGB, HSB, Web Safe Colors, SVG Colors

*Name of Five products by Google*

Google (Search Engine), Google (Chrome), Gmail, Android, YouTube

*Name of Five Versions of Microsoft Office:*

Office 365 (Cloud-based), Office 2019, Office 2016, Office 2013, Office   2010

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List Of Computer Shortcuts In Photoshop:-

Computer Important Abbreviations
Photoshop Editing Shortcuts
  1. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + B* =Black & White Layer
  2. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + D* =Convert to Smart objects
  3. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + G* =Gaussian Blur
  4. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + J* =New Layer via cut (show dialog)
  5. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + N* =New blank layer (No dialog)
  6. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + V* =Paste in Selection
  7. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Y* =Reveal All
  8. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + <* =Decrease type size by 10 pt
  9. *Ctrl + Shift + Alt + >* =Increase type size by 10 pt
  10. *Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts: Selection Tools*
  11. *Magic Wand Tool* – Hit the letter “W” on your keyboard
  12. *Add to Selection* – Hold the Shift key while using a selection tool
  13. *Marquee Selection Tool* – Hit the letter “M” on your keyboard
  14. *Deselect* – Command/Ctrl + D
  15. *Lasso Tool* – Hit the letter “L” on your keyboard
  16. *Pen Tool* – Hit the letter “P” on your keyboard
  17. *Load Pen Path Selection* – Once you have a closed path, hit Command/Ctrl + Enter to load the selection
  18. *Create Bezier Curve* – With the pen tool selected (letter P) click to add an anchor point, then click and drag to add another

List Of EXCEL NAVIGATIONAL SHORTCUTS:-

Computer Important Abbreviations
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  1. *ArrowUP* =Moves one cell (row) up
  2. *ArrowDown* =Moves one cell (row) down
  3. *ArrowLeft* =Moves one cell (column) right
  4. *ArrowRIGHT* =Moves one cell (column) left
  5. *Ctrl+ArrowUP* =Moves to next region above
  6. *Ctrl+ArrowDOWN* =Moves to next region below
  7. *Ctrl+ArrowLEFT* =Moves to next region on left
  8. *Ctrl+ArrowRIGHT* =Moves to next region on right
  9. *ScrollLockON+ArrowUP* =Scrolls worksheet up
  10. *ScrollLockON+ArrowDOWN* =Scrolls worksheet down
  11. *ScrollLockON+ArrowRIGHT* =Scrolls [#worksheet] right
  12. *ScrollLockON+ArrowLEFT* =Scrolls worksheet left

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