A mechanism introduced in the Microsoft ASP.NET to allow the communication between client side and server side.
An electronic component that is used to vary, or control, the amount of current that flows through an electronic circuit. A potentiometer is also referred to as a pot.
- power brick
(pow´&r brik) (n.) Also referred to as a transformer, an element of the external power supply for a notebook and/or laptop computer, used in conjunction with a battery pack. Since notebook computers rely on low-voltage DC, they need a way to convert the AC from a power source into DC that can be safely used […]
- power conditioner
Also called a line conditioner, a device that sits between a computer and its power supply, typically a wall outlet. The power conditioner provides protection against surges in power just as a surge protector does, but a power conditioner also maintains a continuous voltage fed to the computer during temporary voltage reductions, such as a […]
- power cycling
(1) In the case of a frozen or hung device, power cycling refers to turning the device’s power off and then on in order to get the device to function again. For example, if a desktop computer freezes, the user is unable to perform a routine shutdown by utilizing the shut down window. In order […]
- power down
To turn a machine off.