A bar on top of a window. The title bar contains the name of the file or application. In many graphical user interfaces, including the Macintosh and Microsoft Windows interfaces, you move (drag) a window by grabbing the title bar.
- title generator
In video and film terminology it is a small device that can superimpose the time, date, and 22-character alphanumeric title on one video channel.
Originally used to describe outdated or slow hardware (referring to the power of a kitchen toaster), the term is now often used to describe a product that joins various components in one easy-to-use package (referring to the ease of using a kitchen toaster). For example, a video toaster is a desktop video editor that features […]
To switch from one setting to another. The term toggle implies that there are only two possible settings and that you are switching from the current setting to the other setting. A toggle switch is a switch that has just two positions. For example, light switches that turn a light on or off are toggle […]
- token bus network
A type of local-area network (LAN) that has a bus topology and uses a token -passing mechanism to regulate traffic on the bus. A token bus network is very similar to a token ring network, the main difference being that the endpoints of the bus do not meet to form a physical ring. Token bus […]
)(1) In programming languages, a single element of a programming language. For example, a token could be a keyword, an operator, or a punctuation mark. (2) In networking, a token is a special series of bits that travels around a token-ring network. As the token circulates, computers attached to the network can capture it. The […]