A power management mode that conserves power by powering down the system. In hibernate mode the current state of the system is saved to the hard drive, and the system will power down. When a user turns the system power back on, the saved information is read from the hard disk, restoring the last used settings. Hibernate mode is similar to sleep mode, however in sleep mode the power cannot be shut off.
- hidden file
A file with a special hidden attribute turned on, so that the file is not normally visible to users. For example, hidden files are not listed when you execute the DOS DIR command. However, most file management utilities allow you to view hidden files. DOS hides some files, such as MSDOS.SYS and IO.SYS, so that […]
- hidden keyword
In search engine optimization (SEO), this refers to keywords or phrases that are placed in the HTML source code and are not seen by those visiting the Web page.
- hidden text
See under keyword stuffing.
)Refers to systems that are organized in the shape of a pyramid, with each row of objects linked to objects directly beneath it. Hierarchical systems pervade everyday life. The army, for example, which has generals at the top of the pyramid and privates at the bottom, is a hierarchical system. Similarly, the system for classifying […]
- high definition photo
In digital camera terminology, high definition photo is a shooting mode found on some digital cameras that produces a 1920×1080 pixel high-definition (HD) quality photo that will perfectly fit a wide-screen HDTV (16:9) for full-screen viewing. High definition photos may also be available on some digital cameras when capturing motion picture recording (videos) using the […]