Short for what you see is what you print, and pronounced wizzy-whip, refers to the ability of a computer system to print colors exactly as they appear on a monitor. WYSIWYP printing requires a special program, called a color management system (CMS) to calibrate the monitor and printer.
- Wake-on-LAN (WOL)
WOL is short for Wake-on-LAN. Often, IT personnel prefer to maintain client systems after employees have gone home. Even if these tasks are automated, client machines must be left on. In the past, if they weren’t left on, personnel had to manually turn them on. Using wake-on-LAN, however, enables client systems to be remotely and […]
- Walkman phone
The name given to a new set of Sony Ericsson GSM mobile phones that integrates a music player into the cellphone. Sony was the company that also introduced the first walkman that used cassette tapes. There are also walkman camera phones that combine a cellphone with a music player and also integrates a digital camera.
Waptunnel provides a free public WAP gateway service that works with all compatible WAP browsers. Waptunnel allows WAP-enabled wireless devices to communicate to Internet Web sites and applications. [Source: Waptunnel]
- War FTP Daemon
A free FTP server, written by Jarle (jgaa) Aase of Norway, that was first released in 1996. War FTP Daemon is designed to transfer files to and from the server, according to the users requirements. War FTP Daemon is available for Windows 98, ME, NT 4, 2000, XP, 2003 server and Terminal Server.
A language optimized for prototyping XML Web services. Water is a Web services Object Oriented platform that uses the ConciseXML syntax. The Water runtime can be deployed in any or all tiers of a standard Java environment; running as an applet, servlet, or stand-alone application. The Water language specification is openly documented and a free […]