Pronounced ox, Apple’s version of UNIX, which runs on some versions of the Macintosh.
Pronounced A plus, a certification developed by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) to validate vendor-neutral skills for entry-level computer technicians. Holders of the A+ certification have been trained in installing, repairing, troubleshooting, maintaining, customizing and operating PCs. There are two different exams one must take in order to receive A+ certification: core competency — […]
- Access Level
In computer BIOS settings for Intel desktop boards, Access Level is a maintenance option that displays the current user’s access level. See “BIOS Beep Codes” in the Quick Reference section of
A serial communications protocol developed by Philips Semiconductors and Digital Equipment (DEC) in 1985 for connecting peripheral devices to a computer. Access.bus is designed for hassle-free installation and configuration of relatively low-speed devices, such as keyboards, monitors, and printers. Access.bus uses a bus topology, which enables it to support up to 125 devices. A competing […]
- Ace of Penguins
A popular set of a set of Unix/X solitaire computer games that are based on the games that are available in Microsoft Windows, but include enhancements like penguin-themed cards in FreeCell, and penguin pegs in the Pegged game. The latest version includes clones of FreeCell, Golf, Mastermind, Merlin, Minesweeper, Pegged, Solitaire, Taipei and Thornq.
- Acorn computer
In the 1980’s many British schools and homes were outfitted with Acorn desktop computers. Founded in 1978, Acorn Computers Company developed their own operating system (OS) for their Acorn computer called RISC OS. Unable to keep ahead of the Wintel movement, in September 1998 Acorn Company announced that all work on Acorn desktop computers had […]