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Full Form
Common Operating Machine Particularly Used for Trade, Education, and Research
Vines Internet Protocol
InterNet communication Settings
System Management Server
Active Server Page
Application Service Provider
Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator
Personal Identification Number
Three Dimensional (usually refers to graphics- movies- wallpaper etc created to look as if they are 3 dimensional)
Information Technology
Hardware Compatibility List (what hardware works with Windows 95- a text file)
World Wide Web ( sometimes call W3)
World Wide Wait - slang
Internet Service Provider
Computer Aided Design
User IDentification (internet- intranet- and server login accesses)
Disk Operating System
Power On Password
1 Post Office Protocol (how PCs get email from internet)
2 Point Of Presence (internet and WWW terminology for location of server)
FORmula TRANslation language (programming language)
Frequently Asked Questions (files often found on BBS and Internets)
Compiled java program- often used as class extension
Network Control Center
Enhanced Chip Set
Shielded Twisted Pair
Personal Computer
MODulate / DEModulate
Point to Point Protocol
Integrated Circuit
Network Interface Card
Electronic Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
Remote Access Server / Service
Infrared Data Association
Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (the beginning of the internet)
Compact Disk - Read Only Memory
Internet Protocol
Server Side Includes (web technology that allows for dynamic data exchange in web pages)
Relational Data Base Management System
COmmon Business Oriented Language (programming language)
Management Information Systems
Multimedia Information Sources
Desk-Top Publishing
Central Processing Unit
Internal Device
1 Personal Computer Interface 
2 Peripheral Component Interconnect
Permanent Virtual Circuits
Automatic Programming Language
Application Assessment And Planning package (Lotus migration application)
System File Checker (command line program found with Windows XP)
Flux Changes per Inch (drive tech terminology)
Cyan- Magenta- Yellow- blacK
Digital Video Disk
Point Of Sale (the scanners you see in supermarkets)
DataBase Management System
DOCument (file format extension used by word processors such as MS Word)
A word processing DOCument file extension  Often used by MS Word
Clusters Per Sector (depends on the OS- AND the size of the disk partition)
Characters Per Second
1 Hard Disk 2 High Density (type of disk format)
Inter-Processes Communications
"Conversational Hypertext Access Technology (""talking"" in real time over the internet)"
Motion Picture Experts Group (file extension MPG)
Business Organizer Scheduling System (one of the original hand-held organizers)
International Business Machines
A Graphics File extension- often used by Corel Draw
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
Liquid Crystal Display (often found on laptops)
Expanded Memory Specification (LIM Lotus / Intel / Microsoft)
Serial Storage Architecture (another communications port setup (like SCSI) that has fast data transfer but requires high demands of DMA channels)
Uniform Resource Locator
Digital Equipment (Electronics) Corporation
Advanced Data Connector (database caching w/IIS server)
General Protection Fault (A window error message that occurs when a program crashes)
Dots Per Inch (printing resolution or screen resolution)
Distributed Protocol Interface
Video Graphics Adapter
Personal Computer System
General Purpose
Remote Data Objects
File used by Windows Control PaneL (file extension)
Microsoft Certified System Engineer
Common Command Set (instructions for SCSI interface)
Plasma Display Panel (laptops)
2 Carrier Response
Visual Basic for Applications (programming language bundled with MS Office- can include ActiveX- - not a full VB compiler- but can edit macros and commands)
Active Data Objects
Independent Computing Architecture
User Defined Command (setting up macros for function keys and other keys)
Text Message
Test Mode (modem diagnostics)
Hewlett Packard
Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (re-programmable ROM chips)
File Transfer Protocol
Information Services Manager
First In First Out (Processing method of information on first come - first serve basis)
Resource ReserVation Protocol
1 DataBase
2 decibel

Computer-Information Technology full forms