Same as TPI. A measurement of how tightly the concentric tracks on a disk are packed.
- track changes
In word processing, track changes is an editing command that is commonly used when you create an original document and make changes and want to keep track of the changes that are made to that original document. It is also a useful tool for collaborating on a document, as it allows multiple users to make […]
)A pointing device. Essentially, a trackball is a mouse lying on its back. To move the pointer, you rotate the ball with your thumb, your fingers, or the palm of your hand. There are usually one to three buttons next to the ball, which you use just like mouse buttons. The advantage of trackballs over […]
Any undesirable software program that is able to track a user’s system activity or gather system information and provide the data to a third party. Trackware does not gather any personally identifiable information.
A name, symbol, or other device identifying a product, officially registered and legally restricted to the use of the owner or manufacturer. A trademark is used to prevent others from using identical or similar marks. Abbreviated as TM or ��.
- tractor feed
)A method of feeding paper through a printer. Tractor-feed printers have two sprocketed wheels on either side of the printer that fit into holes in the paper. As the wheels revolve, the paper is pulled through the printer. Tractor feed is also called pin feed. The other principal form of feeding paper into a printer […]