Top 100 Important Computer Related Full Form

Top 100 Important Computer Related Full Form

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Computer Full Forms SET – A

  1. AAC: Advanced Audio Coding
  2. ABI: Application Binary Interface
  3. AHA: Accelerated Hub Architecture
  4. ALGOL: Algorithmic Language
  5. AJAX: Asynchronous JavaScript and XML
  6. ABR: Available Bit Rate
  7. AD: Active Directory
  8. ADC: Analog – to – Digital Converter / Apple Display Connector (DVI Variant)
  9. ALU: Arithmetic Logical Unit
  10. AMD: Advanced Micro Devices
  11. AMR: Audio Modern Riser
  12. APCI: Application – Layer Protocol Control Information
  13. ASP: Application Service Provider / Active Server Pages
  14. AST: Abstract Syntax Tree
  15. ATA: Advanced Technology Attachment
  16. API: Application Programming Interface
  17. AVC: Advanced Video Coding
  18. AVI: Audio Video Interleaved
  19. AWT: Abstract Window ToolKit
  20. ARPANET: Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
  21. ASCII: American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  22. ATM: Asynchronous Transfer Mode

SET – B

  1. BAL: Basic Assembly Language
  2. BER: Bit Error Rate
  3. BFD: Binary File Descriptor
  4. BGP: Border Gateway Protocol
  5. BiDi: Bi-Directional
  6. BIN: Binary
  7. BASIC: Beginner All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
  8. BCD: Binary Coded Decimal
  9. BINAC: Binary Automatic Computer
  10. BIOS: Basic Input Output System
  11. BPS: Bits Per Second
  12. BMP: Basic Multilingual Plane
  13. BT: BitTorrent / Bluetooth
  14. BW: Bandwidth
  15. BIT: A Binary Digit
  16. BLOB: Binary Large Object
  17. BLOG: Web Log

SET – C

  1. CAI: Computer – Aided Instruction
  2. CAQA: Computer – Aided Quality Assurance
  3. CC: C Compiler / Carbon Copy
  4. CAD: Computer – Aided Design
  5. CAE: Computer – Aided Engineering
  6. CD: Compact Disk / Change Directory
  7. CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access
  8. CD-RW: Compact Disk – Rewritable
  9. CG: Computer Graphics
  10. CGA: Color Graphics Array
  11. CD-R: Compact Disk – Recordable

SET – D

  1. DAT: Digital Audio Tape
  2. DB: DataBase
  3. DCC: Direct Client – to – Client
  4. DDR: Double Data Rate
  5. DES: Data Encryption Standard
  6. DFD: Data Flow Diagram
  7. DAO: Data Access Objects
  8. DAP: Direct Access Protocol
  9. DFS: Distributed File System
  10. DBA: Database Administrator
  11. DBMS: Database Management System

SET – E

  1. ECU: Extended Unix Code
  2. EST: Electrostatic Discharge
  3. EXE: Executable
  4. EBCDIC: Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
  5. EEPROM: Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only memory
  6. ENIAC: Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer
  7. EOF: End of File
  8. EOL: End of Line

SET – F

 

  1. FS: File System
  2. FSB: Front Side Bus
  3. FTP: File Transfer Protocol
  4. FXP: File Exchange Protocol
  5. FAT: File Allocation Table
  6. FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
  7. FDC: Floppy Disk Controller
  8. FHS: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
  9. FCS: Frame Check Sequence
  10. FPU: Floating Point Unit
  11. FDD: Floppy Disk Drive
  12. FDMA: Frequency-Division Multiple Access
  13. FIFO: First In First Out

SET – G

  1. Gb: Gigabit
  2. GPRS: General Packet Radio Service
  3. GPU: Graphics Processing Unit
  4. GUI: Graphical User Interface
  5. GB: Gigabyte
  6. GIGO: Garbage In Garbage Out

SET – H

  1. HTM: Hierarchical Temporal Memory
  2. HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
  3. HTTP: Hypertext Transfer Protocol
  4. HTTPD: Hypertext Transfer Protocol Daemon
  5. HAL: Hardware Abstraction Layer
  6. HCI: Human-Computer Interaction
  7. HID: Human Interface Device
  8. HIG: Human Interface Guidelines
  9. HP: Hewlett-Packard
  10. HPFS: High-Performance File System
  11. HT: Hyper-Threading
  12. HD: High Density
  13. HDD: Hard Disk Drive

SET – I

  1. ICP: Internet Cache Protocol
  2. ICT: Information and Communication Technology
  3. IDL: Interface Definition Language
  4. IDE: Integrated Development Environment / Integrated Drive Electronics
  5. IE: Internet Explorer
  6. IGMP: Internet Group Management Protocol
  7. IMAP: Internet Message Access Protocol
  8. I/O: Input / Output
  9. IP: Internet Protocol
  10. IGRP: Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

SET – J

  1. JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group
  2. JRE: Java Runtime Environment
  3. JS: Java Script
  4. JSON: Java Script Object Notation
  5. JSP: Java Server Pages
  6. J2EE: Java 2 Enterprise Edition
  7. J2ME: Java 2 Micro Edition
  8. J2SE: Java 2 Standard Edition
  9. JDK: Java Development KIT
  10. JUG: Java User Group

SET – K

  1. KHz: Kilohertz
  2. KB: Kilobyte
  3. Kb: Kilobit
  4. KBPS: Kilobit per second
  5. KVM: Keyboard, Video, Mouse

SET – L

  1. LSB: Least Significant Bit
  2. LAN: Local Area Network
  3. LED: Light-Emitting Diode
  4. LIFO: Last In First Out

SET – M

  1. MBCS: Multi Byte Character Set
  2. MBR: Master Boot Record
  3. MDI: Multiple Document Interface
  4. MICR: Magnetic Ink Character Recognition
  5. MAN: Metropolitan Area Network
  6. MANET: Mobile Ad-Hoc Network
  7. Mb: Megabit
  8. MB: Megabyte
  9. MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface
  10. MMU: Memory Management Unit
  11. MMX: Multi-Media Extensions
  12. MNG: Multiple-image Network Graphics
  13. MOSFET: Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor

SET – N

  1. NOP: NO Operation
  2. NOS: Network Operating System
  3. NT (Windows): New Technology
  4. NTFS: NT File System

SET – O

  1. OS: Operating System
  2. OSS: Open Source Software
  3. OCR: Optical Character Reader
  4. OOP: Object-Oriented Programming
  5. OPML: Outline Processor Markup Language

SET – P

  1. PATA: Parallel ATA
  2. PC: Personal Computer
  3. PCB: Printed Circuit Board
  4. PC DOS: Personal Computer Disk Operating System
  5. P2P: Peer-To-Peer
  6. PAN: Personal Area Network
  7. PAP: Password Authentication Protocol

SET – Q

  1. QFP: Quick File Access
  2. QDR: Quad Data Rate
  3. QFP: Quad Flat Package
  4. QoS: Quality of Service

SET – R

  1. RAIT: Redundant Array of Inexpensive Tapes
  2. RAM: Random Access Memory
  3. RARP: Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
  4. RAD: Rapid Application Development
  5. RADIUS: Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service
  6. RAID: Redundant Array of Independent Disks

SET – S

  1. SDL: Simple Direct Media Layer
  2. SDN: Service Delivery Network
  3. SDR: Software-Defined Radio
  4. SAN: Storage Area Network
  5. SATA: Serial ATA
  6. SAX: Simple API of XML
  7. SBP-2: Serial Bus Protocol 2
  8. SBU: Standard Build Unit
  9. SCSI: Small Computer System Interface
  10. SDRAM: Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory

SET– T

  1. TDMA: Time Division Multiple Access
  2. tmp: Temporary
  3. TTA: True Tap Audio
  4. TTF: True Type Font
  5. TB: TeraByte
  6. TCP: Transmission Control Protocol
  7. TCP/IP: Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
  8. TTL: Transistor-Transistor-Logic
  9. TTS: Text-to Speech
  10. TTY: Teletype

SET – U

  1. UEFI: Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
  2. UI: User Interface
  3. UL: Upload
  4. UAC: User Account Control
  5. UART: Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
  6. UPS: Uninterruptible Power Supply
  7. URI: Uniform Resource Identifier
  8. URL: Uniform Resource Locator
  9. URN: Uniform Resource Name
  10. USB: Universal Serial Bus
  11. UTF: Unicode Transformation Format.
  12. UTP: Unshielded Twisted Pair

SET – V

  1. VAR: Variable
  2. VB: Visual Basic
  3. VBA: Visual Basic for Applications
  4. VBS: Visual Basic Script
  5. VFAT: Virtual FAT
  6. VFS: Virtual File System
  7. VGA: Video Graphics Array
  8. VT: Video Terminal
  9. VGCT: Video Graphics Character Table
  10. VLAN: Virtual Local Area Network
  11. VM: Virtual Memory
  12. VOD: Video On Demand
  13. VoIP: Voice Over IP
  14. VPN: Virtual Private Network
  15. VPU: Visual Processing Unit

SET – W

  1. WAN: Wide Area Network
  2. WAP: Wireless Access Protocol
  3. Wi-Fi: Wireless Fidelity
  4. WinFS: Windows Future Storage
  5. WSDL: Web Services Description Language
  6. WUSB: Wireless Universal Serial Bus
  7. WWAN: Wireless Wide Area Network
  8. WWID: World Wide Identifier

SET – X

  1. XAML: Extensible Application Markup Language
  2. XHTML: Extensible Hypertext Markup Language
  3. XSL: Extensible Stylesheet Language
  4. XSL-FO: Extensible StyleSheet Language Formatting Objects
  5. XSLIT: Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations
  6. XUL: XML User Interface Language
  7. XML: Extensible Markup Language
  8. XNS: Xerox Network Services
  9. XMMS: X MultiMedia System

SET – Z

  1. ZIFS: Zero Insertion Force Socket
  2. ZISC: Zero Instruction Set Computer
  3. ZMA: Zone Multicast Address

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