To remove an application from a computer. Uninstalling removes all files that were added to the computer when the application was initially installed. In addition, it might also remove files that were subsequently generated by the application. Frequently, however, uninstalling is not 100% effective, and a few orphan files remain.
In Windows 95, you can uninstall an application by selecting Add/Remove Programs from the Control Panel and then selecting the application you want to remove.
- Unique Visitor
When tracking the amount of traffic on a Web site, it refers to a person who visits a Web site more than once within a specified period of time. Software that tracks and counts Web site traffic can distinguish between visitors who only visit the site once and unique visitors who return to the site. […]
- unlocked cellphone
When manufactured, GSM cellphones are unlocked, meaning they can be used with any subscriber identity module (SIM) from any compatible carrier service provider. A cellphone may be electronically ‘locked’ by a service provider, in which case it can only be used with that carrier’s service.
To convert a packed file into its original form. A packed file is a file that has been compressed to take up less storage area.
- Unstructured Data
The phrase unstructured data usually refers to information that doesn’t reside in a traditional row-column database. As you might expect, it’s the opposite of structured data — the data stored in fields in a database. Examples of Unstructured Data Unstructured data files often include text and multimedia content. Examples include e-mail messages, word processing documents, […]
In digital television, upconversion is the process where a lower resolution signal is converted to a higher resolution. This process will increase the number of pixels, frame rate or the scanning lines. Contrast with downconversion.