A program that accesses and displays files and other data available on the Internet and other networks.
Digital Subscriber Line. DSL transforms ordinary phone lines into high-speed digital lines for Internet access.
File Transfer Protocol. File system allowing transfer of files over a network.
HyperText Mark-up Language. A special language consisting of tags allowing the creation of web pages intended to be viewed with a web
Internet Protocol Address. An identifier for a computer or device on a TCP/IP network.
Integrated Services Digital Network. ISDN is an all-digital telephone system that was originally designed by the world's telephone companies and service providers as a replacement for the aging analog telephone system.
Internet Service Provider. A company which provides other companies or individuals with access to, or presence on, the internet.
A protocol designed to allow single user computers to retrieve electronic mail from a POP server. POP3 is most common email client connection protocol.
Uniform Resource Locator. URLs are the form of address used on the World-Wide Web. They are used in HTML documents to specify the target of a hyperlink which is often another HTML document