(1) Refers to any in a family of dot-matrix printers that Apple offers for the Macintosh computer. Laser printers for the Macintosh are called LaserWriters.
(2) A means of programming semiconductor devices after they are already mounted on a circuit board. The programmer, designed by Data I/O Corporation, has device-specific algorithms for microcontroller or programmable memory devices, and these algorithms are used to serially write a binary image into the programmable array on the device, using serial interfaces such as SPI, I2C, or RS232.
- InPrivate Browsing
A feature of the Internet Explorer 8 Web browser that lets users surf the Web without browsing history, temporary Internet files, form data, cookies, and usernames and passwords being retained by the browser. This is a more private browsing option that, according to Microsoft, leaves no evidence of your browsing or search history. You can […]
- Inbound Filters
A setting commonly found on broadband router firmware. Inbound Filters are used to limit access to a server on your own network. Filter rules can be used with virtual server, port forwarding or remote administration features. See “Common Router Settings” in the Quick Reference section of
- Inbound link
In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology Inbound link is the same as backlink.
- Incident Management Activities
In ITIL terminology, Incident Management Activities includes best practices for dealing with incident management, which is a set pattern of actions that can be taken to resolve the incident. Incident Management Activities include the following: Incident detection and reporting Classification and initial support Investigation and diagnosis Resolution and recovery Incident closure Incident ownership
A codec (compression/decompression technology) for computer video developed by Intel Corporation. Although it is a software -only codec, Indeo is based on the DVI, which is a hardware -only codec. Competing video standards include Cinepak and MPEG.