(n.) Also called a luggable, a large portable computer, typically more then 15 pounds.
Also called a trapdoor. An undocumented way of gaining access to a program, online service or an entire computer system. The backdoor is written by the programmer who creates the code for the program. It is often only known by the programmer. A backdoor is a potential security risk.
- travel weight
The total weight of a notebook computer package that includes the notebook, transformer, carrying case, external drives, cables, full-size battery pack and adapters for connecting accessories — all devices that are necessary to keep a mobile computing environment functional. Travel weight is a concern for notebook users who rely on the mobility of their notebook […]
- tree structure
)A type of data structure in which each element is attached to one or more elements directly beneath it. The connections between elements are called branches. Trees are often called inverted trees because they are normally drawn with the root at the top. The elements at the very bottom of an inverted tree (that is, […]
(noun) A preliminary competition or test to determine qualifications. (adj.) Attempted or advanced on a provisional or experimental basis. In the software industry, trial software refers to software which consumers can try before they buy. Trial versions of software usually contain all the functionality of the regular version, but can only be used for a […]
- trick banner
A banner ad that attempts to trick people into clicking it, usually by imitating an operating system or software error/action message.