(IEN) A series of reports pertinent to the Internet. IENs were published in parallel to RFCs and are no longer active.
See also Internet-Draft, Request For Comments.
- Internet explorer
World-Wide Web (IE, MSIE) Microsoft’s free World-Wide Web browser for Microsoft Windows, Windows 95, Windows NT, and Macintosh. Internet Explorer is the main rival to Netscape Navigator (which runs on many more platforms). Both support the same core features and offer incompatible extensions. Microsoft combined later versions of IE with their file system browser, “Explorer” […]
- Internet express
An Internet provider in Colorado Springs, USA. Formerly called the Community News Service. They provide SLIP accounts at no extra charge. (1994-12-08)
- Internet foundation classes
language, library, programming, standard (IFC) A library of classes used in the creation of Java applets with GUIs. Created by Netscape, the Internet Foundation Classes provide GUI elements, as well as classes for Applications Services, Security, Messaging, and Distributed Objects. The IFC code, which is exclusively Java, is layered on top of the Java Abstract […]
- Internet go server
games, networking (IGS) A place for Go players to meet and play via the Internet. IGS Home (http://pandanet.co.jp/English/). (1995-03-17)