This refers to setting a resource of a computer such as a folder or
printer so that other users can also use it.
A folder that can be used by other users on the network.
A power mode that enables computers to save power consumption
when they are not being used. While the computer is in sleep
mode, the information in the computer memory is not saved on
the storage device. If the power is turned off, the data in memory
will be lost.
System Files refer to files that are read and used by the Windows
operating system. In general, system files must not be deleted or
This is a 4 byte (32 bit) address system separated into each byte
(8 bits) by a dot and each byte is represented as a decimal number.
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
This refers to a serial interface standard developed to replace the
conventional interface standards such as Serial and PS/2.
The data transmission specifications are one of the interface
standards used to connect a computer to peripheral devices.
These specifications include USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0 and 3.0.
It is appropriate to support peripheral devices that require high
data rates such as an AV device, secondary HDD or CD-RW.
The higher the version (e.g. USB 3.0), the higher the data rate
Windows Media Player
A multimedia program included with Windows. Using this
program, you can play a media file, create an audio CD, listen to a
radio broadcast, search and manage media files, and copy files to a
portable device, etc.