In Windows Vista the On-Screen Keyboard is an application which provides a visual keyboard on your display screen that can be used in place of a physical keyboard. The On-Screen Keyboard can be manipulated by the mouse or other pointing device and can be configured in three layouts;
101 keys display (standard keyboard)
102 keys display (an extra backslash)
106 keys display (extra characters useful for typing Japanese).
- Ontology Web Language (OWL)
The Ontology Web Language (OWL) is a set of markup languages which are designed for use by applications that need to process the content of information instead of just presenting information to humans. The OWL ontology describe the hierarchical organization of ideas in a domain, in a way that can be parsed and understood by […]
A multi-platform BSD-based UNIX-like operating system. OpenBSD supports binary emulation of most binaries from SVR4 (Solaris), FreeBSD, Linux, BSDI, SunOS, and HPUX. OpenBSD is free and its copyright conditions allow for free redistribution for personal or commercial use. OpenBSD was founded in 1995 by Theo de Raadt and the initial release was made public in […]
- OpenCable Project
An initiative that is managed by the Advanced Platforms and Services group at CableLabs. The OpenCable Project, based on the Globally Executable MHP (GEM) standard, is designed to assist the cable industry in deploying interactive services over cable. The OpenCable provides both a software specification and a hardware specification as follows: Hardare specification: describes one-way […]
A standard and application programming interface (API) that makes it possible to design independent programs (components) that can work together on a single document. OpenDoc is being developed by a loose alliance of companies, including Apple Computer, IBM, and Lotus. Notably absent from this list is Microsoft, which is pushing an alternative standard and API […]
- OpenDocument Format
OpenDocument Format (ODF) is an ISO standard (ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34N0681). An open file format enables users of varying office suites to exchange documents, such as text-based documents, spreadsheets, charts, or databases, freely with one another. Any software maker can ensure its own application can read and write this format.