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08-11-2008, 02:46 PM
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Abbreviation, file extensions, processes, missing .dll

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AC:Alternating Current

ADO:Activex Data Objects

ADT:Application Data Types

ADT:Asynchronous Data Transfer

ADSL:Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

AGP:Accelerated Graphic Port

AIFF:Audio Interchange File Format

AIX:Advanced Interactive Executive

ANSI:American National Standard Institute

API:Application Program Interface

ASCII:American Standard Code for Information Interchange

ASP:Active Server Pages

ATA:Advance technology Attachment

ATM:Asynchronous Transfer Mode

BIOS:Basic Input Output System

CD-ROM:Compact Disk-Read Only Memory

CD_RW:Compact Disk ReWritable

CGI:Common Gateway Interface

CMOS:Complementary Metal-Oxyde Semiconductor

CPL:Cost Per Lead

CPU:Central Processing Unit

CRT:Cathode Ray Tube

DC:Direct Current

DLL:Dynamic Link Library

DDR:Double Data Rate

DHCP:Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol


DIM:Dual In-Line Memory Module

DMA:Direct Memory Access

DNS:Domain Name Server

DOS:Disk Operating System

DV:Digital Video

DVD:Digital Versatile Disk

DVD-R:Digital Versatile Disk-Recordable

DVD-RAM:Digital Versatile Disk-Random Access memory

DVD-ROM:Digital Versatile Disk-Read Only Memory

DVD-RW:Digital Versatile Disk-ReWritable


FAQ:Frequently Asked Questions

FAT:File Allocation Table

FDD:Floppy Diskette DriveFile Transfer Protocol

FSB:FrontSide Bus

FTP:File Transfer Protocol

GIF:Graphics Interchange Format

GPU:Graphics Processing Unit

HDD:Hard Disk Drive

HTML:HyperText Markup Language

HTTP:HyperText Transfer Protocol

ICF:Internet Connection Firewall

ICS:Internet Connection Sharing

IDE:Integrated Drive Electronics

IEEE:Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

IM:Instant Message

IMAP:Internet Message Access Protocol


IP:Internet Protocol

IPX:Internetwork Packet Exchange

IRC:Internet Relay Chat

IRQ:Interrupt Request

ISA:Industry Standard Architecture

ISDN:Integrated Services Digital Network

ISO:International Organization for Standardization

ISP:Internet Service Provider

IT:Information Technology

IVR:Interactive Voice Response

JPEG:Joint Photograhic Experts Group

JSP:Java Server Page

Kbps:Kilobits Per Second

LAN:Local Area Network

LDAP:Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

LPI:Lines Per Inch

Mbps:Megabits Per Second

MCA:Micro Channel Architecture

MIDI:Musical Instrument Digital Interface

MIPS:Million Instructions Per Second

MPEG:Moving Picture Experts Group

NAT:Network Address Translation

NetBIOS:Network Basic Input/Output System

NIC:Network Interface Card

NNTP:Network News Transfer Protocol

NOC:Network Operations Center

NTFS:New Technology File System

NTSC:National Television Standards Committee

OCR:Optical Character Recognition

ODBC:Open Database Connectivity

OEM:Original Equipment Manufacturer

OLAP:Online Analytical Processing

OLE:Object Linking and Embedding

OpenGL:Open Graphics Library

OSPF:Open Shortest Path First

P2P:Peer to Peer

PCB:Printed Circuit Board

PCI:Peripheral Component Interconnect

PCMCIA:Personal Computer Memory Card International Association

PDA:Personal Digital Assistant

PDF:Portable Document Format

PHP:Hypertext Preprocessor

PIM:Personal Information Manager

PNG:Portable Network Graphic

POP:Post Office Protocol

PPC:Pay Per Click

PPGA:Plastic Pin Grid Array

PPL:Pay Per Lead

PPP:Point to Point Protocol

PRAM:Parameter Random Access Memory

PSA:Public Service Announcement

RAID:Redundant Array of Independent Disks

RAM:Random Access Memory

RAR:Roshal ARchiveR

RDRAM:Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory

RGB:Red Green Blue

RISC:Reduced Instruction Set Computing

ROM:Read-Only Memory

RSS:Rich Site Summary

RTF:Rich Text Fomat

RUP:Rational Unified Process

SATA:Serial Advanced Technology Attachment

SCSI:Small Computer System Interface

SD:Secure Digital

SDRAM:Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory

SDSL:Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line

SEO:Search Engine Optimization

SIMM:Single In-Line Memory Module

SMART:Self-Monitoring Analysis And Reporting Technology

SMS:Short Message Service

SMTP:Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

SOAP:Simple Object Access Protocol

SQL:Structured Query Language

SSI:Server Side Includes

SSL:Secure Sockets Layer

TCP IP:Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol

TFT:Thin Film Transistor

TIFF:Tagged Image File Format

TLD:Top-Level Domain

TTL:Time To Live

UDP:User Datagram Protocol

UML:Unified Modeling Language

UNC:Universal Naming Convention

URL:Uniform Resource Locator

USB:Universal Serial Bus

VCI:Virtual Channel Identifier

VESA:ideo Electronics Standards Association

VFAT:Virtual File Allocation Table

VGA:Video Graphics Array

VLB:VESA Local Bus

VoIP:Voice Over Internet Protocol

VPI:Virtual Path Identifier

VPN:Virtual Private Network

VRAM:Video Random Access Memory

VRML:Virtual Reality Modeling Language

WAIS:Wide Area Information Server

WAN:Wide Area Network

WEB:World Wide Web

WEP:Wired Equivalent Privacy

Wi-Fi:Wireless Fidelity

WML:Wireless Markup Language

WYSIWYG:What You See Is What You Get

XLL:Extensible Linking Language

XML:Extensible Markup Language

XSL:Extensible Stylesheet Language

YPN:Yahoo Publishers Network

ZIF:Zero Insertion Force

ZIP:Zone Information Protocol

08-12-2008, 11:40 AM
FileInfo.net (Detailed informations about file extension)


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08-12-2008, 11:22 PM
ProcessLibrary.com (Process listing database)


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11-13-2008, 04:52 PM
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11-14-2008, 11:07 PM
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02-13-2009, 11:11 AM
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02-13-2009, 11:14 AM
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