Space on the hard disk that Windows uses for temporary data storage as if
it were actually random access memory (RAM). Windows does this by
means of a swap ﬁle. This provides Windows with more usable memory,
but reduces speed of access to it when the swap ﬁle must be used. See
also Physical RAM.
This utility is used to control network printers.
Refers to the thickness of a font: light, medium, or bold. Also refers to the
thickness of paper.
The Windows program you can use to browse through, open, and manage
the disk drives, folders, and ﬁles on your computer in a network system.
You can also use Windows Explorer to view and open shared folders on
other computers on the network. You can use Windows Explorer to
manage your ﬁles by moving, copying, renaming, and deleting ﬁles.
Pronounced wizzy-wig, an acronym for "what you see is what you get."
For example, when you format a paragraph, the line breaks that appear on
the printed page are exactly the same as they are on the screen.