1. What is window?

a parsonal comuter oprating system.

2. What is deadlock?

A deadlock is a situation when a process in the system has acquired some resources and waiting for more resources which are acquired by some other process which in turn is waiting for the resources acquired by this process. Hence, none of them can proceed and OS cant do any work.

3. What is ASCII - American Standard Code for Information Interchange?

ASCII (pronounced as-key) is short for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. It is a standard code that assigns a binary number to all the alphanumeric characters (upper and lower case), all the symbols on the keyboard, and some other symbols not on the keyboard (such as the cents symbol: ยข). All computers have been using this standard code for more than a decade, and this is how plain text is saved on a disk. This standard does not define any formatting however (except end of line), so word processors each have their own file type that includes formatting information as well.

4. Explain Web server?

A Web server is a server on the Internet that holds Web documents and makes them available for viewing by remote browsers.

5. What is Web Page?

A web page is a rich document that can contain richly formatted text, graphics, animation, sound, and much more. Some web pages are generated dynamically (such as the results of a search). You are currently viewing a (static) web page. Every web page on the Internet has a unique address which starts with the name of the computer that holds that page. Within a web page, words and pictures can be linked to other pages. When you activate a link, you will be taken to another page automatically. See also: Web, Web Browser, Understanding Internet Addresses.

6. What is Winsocks?

Acronym for Windows Sockets. A set of standards and specifications for programmers who are programming a TCP/IP application to use in Windows.

7. What is WAIS (Wide Area Information Service)?

A search engine and distributed information service that allows indexed searching and natural language input.

8. What is URL (Universal Resource Locator)?

A Universal Resource Locator refers to the universal address of an Internet web page. A URL consists of three things. First, it starts with letters such as http, ftp, or gopher that identify the resource type, followed by a colon and two forward slashes. Next, the computer's name is listed. And finally, the filename and directory of the remote resource is listed as well.

9. Explain Telnet?

This is the standard Internet protocol to connect to remote terminals.

10. What is T1 and T3?

A connection of a host to the Internet where data is transferred at 1.544 megabits per second.

A connection of a host to the Internet where data is transferred at 44.746 megabits per second.

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