Also named as WiFi is defined as (Wireless Local Area Network), is a technology that allow network devices such as computers, smartphone, printers … etc to exchange data wirelessly via radio waves.
Light Emitting Diode, an electrical piece that has are used in many electrical equipments and devices such as LCD screens.
Liquid Crystal Display, a type of displaying screen used for many purposes like computer monitors, small display monitors…. they are thin and light in weight.
Shareware software distribution gives users a chance to try software before buying it. If you try a Shareware program and continue using it, you are required to register it (or purchase the Licensed version).
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, a networking protocol used in servers to assign automatically IP addresses to the network nodes to accomplish as network connectivity.
Wide Area Network, a network type that used to connect between cities or big distance areas.
Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line, a Internet connection type that using the normal telephone copper cables to provide the Internet to the user.
Fiber To The Home, a modern technology were the service provider connects every single home or apartment a dedicated fiber cable to deliver the services such as TV channels or Internet services.
Local Area Network, used inside small areas for home networking or office networking, using Fast Ethernet cables with maximum cable length of 90 m.
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