In Web browsers, a SmartMenu is a set of context-sensitive shortcuts personalized based on the user’s browsing history. Context-sensitive means that entries change depending on what the user is looking at. The personalization means that the sites in the shortcuts are specific to the user.
A disk caching system provided by Microsoft with later versions of DOS and used with Windows 3.1. Disk caching provides faster access to data on a hard disk. Smartdrive allows you to monitor how the cache is used and change the cache size to optimize performance. Starting with Windows 95, Smartdrive was replaced by a […]
The term SmitFraud is used to describe a type of spyware that tricks users into purchasing fake antispyware and antivirus programs. SmitFraud is a Trojan that is most commonly distributed through fake codec downloads. When attempting to play a video, for example, a user may be warned that a codec, such as VideoKeyCodec or BrainCodec, […]
Short for Simple Network Time Protocol, a simplified version of NTP. SNTP can be used when the ultimate performance of the full NTP implementation described in RFC 1305 is not needed or justified.
- Standard Input Format
Abbreviated as SIF, the Standard Input Format is a video format specified by the MPEG committee that was designed for the transmission and storage of digital video. The SIF format specifies resolutions of the following: NTSC (525/59.94 SIF Format) is 352×240 x29.97fps PAL (625/50 SIF format) is 352×288 x25.00fps
- Standard Operating Environment
Abbreviated as SOE, Standard Operating Environment is a specification for a using a standard architecture and applications within an organization. There is no industry-wide SOE standardization, however organizations would usually deploy standard disks, operating systems, computer hardware (with the same configurations), and standard applications and software throughout their own organization.