The general area of Information Technology (IT) that concerns configuring and managing computer resources, especially network resources.
- system resource
A tool used by either hardware to alert software of a need or by software to control a function of hardware. Hardware and software need a way to communicate with each other, and they do so by using a combination of four system resources: IRQ �� Hardware devices use the IRQ bus on a motherboard […]
- system requirements
The hardware and software components of a computer system that are required to install and use software efficiently. The software manufacturer will list the system requirements on the software package. If your computer system does not meet the system requirements then the software may not work correctly after installation. System requirements for operating systems will […]
- System Tray
Introduced with Windows 95, the system tray is located in the Windows taskbar (usually at the bottom next to the clock) and contains miniature icons for easy access to system functions such as fax, printer, modem, volume, and more. Double click or right click on an icon to view and access the details and controls.
- System Unit
)The main part of a personal computer. The system unit includes the chassis, microprocessor, main memory, bus, and ports, but does not include the keyboard or monitor, or any peripheral devices. A system unit is sometimes called a box or main unit.
- system weight
See travel weight.