The Windows 95 equivalent of the Macintosh’s plug and play, referring to difficulties encountered when setting up new hardware under Windows 95.
- Plug away at
see: peg away at
[pluhg-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈplʌgˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/ noun 1. Electricity. an electric switchboard with for telephones and the like. 2. Also called control panel. Computers. a removable panel containing manually wired electrical terminals into which or pins are inserted: formerly used to control operation of peripheral equipment, as a keyboard. /ˈplʌɡˌbɔːd/ noun 1. another name for patch board
noun, Angling. 1. bait casting in which a plug is used as the lure.
- Plug compatible manufacturer
company (PCM) A manufacturer of equipment that some other manufacturer’s system can identify and work with. The PCM’s device replaces the original manufacturer’s. Most PCMs competed with IBM. PCM devices normally offer a cost-performance benefit over the original device. For example, several PCM versions of the Direct-Access Storage Device IBM 3350 offered twice the storage […]