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AEdytuj

  • AAA – Authentication, Authorization, Accounting
  • AC'97 – Audio Codec '97
  • ACK – ACKnowledge
  • ACL – Access-control list
  • ACPI – Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
  • AD – Active Directory
  • ADF – Automatic Document Feeder
  • ADO – Active Data Object
  • ADOdb – Active Data Object data base (Obiektowa Baza Danych)
  • ADSL – Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
  • ADT – Abstract Data Type
  • AERO – Authentic, Energetic, Reflective and Open
  • AES – Advanced Encryption Standard
  • AFH – Adaptive Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum
  • AGP – Accelerated Graphics Port
  • AHCI – Advanced Host Controller Interface
  • AI – Artificial Intelligence
  • AIX – Advanced Interactive Executive
  • ALSA – Advanced Linux Sound Architecture
  • ALU – Arithmetic Logic Unit
  • AMD – Advanced Micro Devices
  • AMP – Asynchronous MultiProcessing
  • ANSI – American National Standards Institute
  • AP – Access Point
  • APFS – Apple File System
  • API – Application Programming Interface
  • APIC – Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller
  • APIPA – Automatic Private IP Addressing
  • APM – Advanced Power Management
  • APT – Advanced Packaging Tool
  • AR – Augmented Reality
  • ARM – Advanced RISC Machine (pierwotnie Acorn RISC Machine)
  • ARP – Address Resolution Protocol
  • ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  • ASIC – Application Specific Integrated Cicruit
  • ASIO – Audio Stream Input/Output
  • AS – Application Server
  • ASMP – ASymmetric Multi Processing
  • ASP – Active Server Pages
  • AT – Advanced Technology
  • ATA – Advanced Technology Attachment lub Analogue Telephone Adapter
  • ATAPI – Advanced Technology Attachment Packet Interface
  • ATM – Asynchronous Transfer Mode
  • ATX – Advanced Technology Extended
  • AT&T – American Telephone and Telegraph
  • AVI – Audio Video Interleave
  • AWS – Amazon Web Services
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BEdytuj

  • BASIC – Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
  • BFS – Breadth First Search
  • BGI – Borland Graphic Interface
  • BGP – Border Gateway Protocol
  • BI – Business Intelligence
  • BIND – Berkeley Internet Name Domain
  • BIOS – Basic Input/Output System
  • BITS – Background Intelligent Transfer Service
  • BIU – Bus Interface Unit
  • BLOB – Binary Large OBject
  • BNC – Bayonet Neill-Concelman
  • BOOTP – BOOTstrap Protocol
  • BPSK – Binary Phase Shift Keying
  • BPU – Branch Prediction Unit
  • BRI – Basic Rate Interface for ISDN line
  • BSD – Berkeley Software Distribution
  • BSoD – Blue Screen of Death
  • BSS – Basic Service Set
  • BSSID – Basic Service Set Identifier
  • BT – Bluetooth
  • BTX – Balanced Technology Extended
  • BYOD – Bring Your Own Device
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CEdytuj

  • CAD – Computer Aided Design
  • CAML – Categorically Abstract Machine Language
  • CAPI – Common ISDN Application Programing Interface
  • CAx – Computer-Aided technologies
  • CBQ – Class Based Queueing
  • CBR – Constant Bit Rate
  • CD – Compact Disc
  • CDFS – Compact Disc File System
  • CDMA – Code-Division Multiple Access
  • CDN – Content Delivery Network
  • CDV – Cell Delay Variation
  • CE – Conformité Européenne
  • CERN – Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire
  • CFD – Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • CGA – Color Graphics Adapter
  • CGI – Common Gateway Interface
  • CGM – Computer Graphics Metafile
  • CHAP – Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
  • CHS – Cylinder / Head / Sector
  • CI/CDContinuous integration / Continuous delivery
  • CIDR – Classless Inter-Domain Routing
  • CIL – Common Intermediate Language
  • CIM – Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
  • CIO – Chief Information Officer
  • CIR – Committed Information Rate
  • CISC – Complex Instruction Set Computer
  • CLI – Command-Line Interface
  • CLR – Common Language Runtime
  • CLR – Cell Loss Ratio
  • CLS – Common Language Specification
  • CMIP – Common Management Information Protocol
  • CMIS – Common Management Information Services
  • CMOS – Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
  • CMOTCMIP over TCP
  • CMS – Content Management System
  • CMYK – Cyan Magenta Yellow BlacK
  • COBOL – COmmon Business Oriented Language
  • CODB – Column Oriented DataBase
  • COFF – Common Object File Format
  • COM – Communication Port
  • COM – Component Object Model
  • CORBA – Common Object Request Broker Architecture
  • CPAN – Comprehensive Perl Archive Network
  • CPU – Central Processing Unit
  • CQS – Command Query Separation
  • CQRS – Command Query Responsibility Segregation
  • CRC – Cyclic Redundancy Check
  • CRM – Customer Relationship Management
  • CRT – Cathode-Ray Tube
  • CRU – Customer Replaceable Units
  • CSD – Circuit Switched Data
  • CSMA/CA – Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance
  • CSMA/CD – Carrier Sense with Multiple Access/Collision Detection
  • CSS – Cascading Style Sheets
  • CSU – Channel Service Unit
  • CTD – Cell Transfer Delay
  • CTS – Clear To Send
  • CUDA – Compute Unified Device Architecture
  • CUPS – Common UNIX Printing System
  • CVS – Concurrent Versions System
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DEdytuj

  • DAC – Digital to Analog Converter
  • DBMS – Database Management System
  • DBPSK – Differential Binary Phase Shift Keying
  • DCE – Distributed Computing Environment
  • DCE – Data Circuit-Termination Equipment
  • DCO – Device Configuration Overlay
  • DCOM – Distributed COM
  • DDE – Dynamic Data Exchange
  • DDoS – Distributed Denial of Service
  • DDR – Double Data Rate
  • DEC – Digital Equipment Corporation
  • DES – Data Encryption Standard
  • DFS – Distributed File System
  • DFS – Depth First Search
  • DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • DIF – Data Interchange Format
  • DIMM – Dual Inline Memory Module
  • DIP – Dual In-line Package
  • DLCI – Data Link Control Identifier
  • DLL – Dynamically Linked Library
  • DLP – Data Loss Prevention
  • DMA – Direct Memory Access
  • DMI – Direct Media Interface
  • DMZ – Demilitarized Zone
  • DNS – Domain Name System
  • DOCSIS – Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification
  • DOM – Document Object Model
  • DoS – Denial of Service
  • DOS – Disk Operating System
  • DPI – Dots Per Inch
  • DPMS – Display Power Management System
  • DQPSK – Differential Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
  • DR – Disaster Recovery
  • DRAM – Dynamic RAM
  • DRI – Direct Rendering Infrastructure
  • DRM – Digital Rights Management
  • DSL – Digital Subscriber Line
  • DSP – Digital Signal Processing
  • DSSS – Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
  • DSU – Data Service Unit
  • DTE – Data Terminal Equipment
  • DVD – Digital Versatile Disc (również określany jako Digital Video Disc)
  • DVI – Digital Video Interactive
  • DVI – DeVice Independent
  • DVB – Digital Video Broadcasting
  • DVMRP – Distance Vector Multicast Routin Protocol
  • DVR – Digital Video Recorder
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EEdytuj

  • EAI – Enterprise Application Integration
  • EBCDIC – Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
  • ECC – Error Correction Code
  • ECDL – European Computer Driving License
  • ECN – Explicit Congestion Notification
  • EDI – Electronic Data Interchange
  • EDM – Elektroniczna Dokumentacja Medyczna
  • EEPROM – Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
  • EFS – Encrypting File System
  • EGA – Enhanced Graphics Adapter
  • EGP – Exterior Gateway Protocol
  • EHCI – Enhanced Host Controller Interface
  • EHR – Electronic Health Record
  • EIDE – Enhanced IDE
  • EIGRP – Enhanced IGRP
  • EIR – Excess Information Rate
  • EISA – Enhanced Industry Standard Architecture
  • EJB – Enterprise Java Beans
  • ELF – Executable and Linkable Format
  • EMI – Electromagnetic Interference
  • EMM – Enterprise Mobility Management
  • EMR – Electronic Medical Record
  • EMS – Expanded Memory Specification
  • ENIAC – Electronic Numerical Integrator And Calculator
  • EPIC – Explicit Parallelism Instruction Computing
  • EPROM – Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
  • eSATA – External SATA
  • ESD – Electrostatic Discharge
  • ESS – Extended Service Set
  • ETSI – European Telecommunications Standards Institute
  • EULA – End User License Agreement
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FEdytuj

  • FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
  • FAT – File Allocation Table
  • FCC – Federal Communications Commission
  • FCS – Frame Check Sequence
  • FDB – Fluid Dynamic Bearing
  • FDD – Floppy Disc Drive
  • FDDI – Fiber Distributed Data Interface
  • FEXT – Far End Crosstalk
  • FFT – Fast Fourier Transformation
  • FIFO – First In First Out
  • FLOPS – FLoating-Point Operation Per Second
  • FPS – Frames Per Second
  • FPU – Floating Point Unit
  • FQDN – Fully Qualified Domain Name
  • FR – Frame Relay
  • FRU – Field Replaceable Units
  • FS – File system (Filesystem)
  • FSB – Front Side Bus
  • FSF – Free Software Foundation
  • FHS – Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
  • FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  • FTP – Foil Twisted Pair
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GEdytuj

  • GCCGNU Compiler Collection
  • GDDR – Graphics DDR
  • GDI – Graphics Device Interface
  • GDMGNOME Display Manager
  • GGP – Gateway to Gateway Protocol
  • GIF – Graphics Interchange Format
  • GIMPGNU Image Manipulation Program
  • GG – Gadu-Gadu
  • GNOMEGNU Network Object Model Environment
  • GNU – GNU’s Not UNIX
  • GPGGNU Privacy Guard
  • GPL – General Public License
  • GPS – Global Positioning System
  • GPT – GUID Partition Table
  • GPU – Graphics Processing Unit
  • GRUB – GRand Unified Bootloader
  • GSM – Global System for Mobile Communications oraz Groupe Spécial Mobile
  • GTK – The GIMP Toolkit
  • GTP – GPRS Tunnelling Protocol
  • GUI – Graphical User Interface
  • GUID – Globally Unique Identifier
  • GzipGNU ZIP
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HEdytuj

  • HDD – Hard Disk Drive
  • HDL – Hardware Description Language
  • HDLC – High Level Data Link Control
  • HMA – High Memory Area
  • HP – Hewlett-Packard
  • HPA – Host Protected Area
  • HPFS – High Perfomance File System
  • HPGL (też HP-GL) – Hewlett-Packard Graphics Language
  • HPKP – HTTP Public Key Pinning
  • HSSI – High-Speed Serial Interface
  • HSTS – HTTP Strict Transport Security
  • HT – Hyper-Threading
  • HTB – Hierarchical Token Bucket
  • HTML – HyperText Markup Language
  • HTTP – HyperText Transfer Protocol
  • HTTPS – HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure
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IEdytuj

  • I18N – Internationalization
  • I2O – Intelligent Input/Output
  • IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service
  • IAB – Internet Architecture Board
  • IANA – Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
  • IBM – International Business Machines
  • IC – Integrated Circuit
  • ICCB – Internet Control and Configuration Board
  • ICMP – Internet Control Message Protocol
  • ID – User Identifier
  • IDE – Integrated Development Environment
  • IDE – Integrated Drive Electronics
  • IDEA – International Data Encryption Algorithm
  • IDL – Interface Description Language
  • IDS – Intrusion Detection System
  • IE – Internet Explorer
  • IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • IESG – Internet Engineering Steering Group
  • IETF – Internet Engineering Task Force
  • IGMP – Internet Group Management Protocol
  • IGP – Interior Gateway Protocol
  • IGRP – Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
  • IIS – Internet Information Services
  • IKE – Internet Key Exchange
  • ILP – Instructions Level Parallelism
  • IMAP – Internet Message Access Protocol
  • IME – Input Method Editor
  • IMHO – In My Humble Opinion
  • IMQ – InterMediate Queueing
  • Intel – INTegrated ELectronics
  • I/O – Input/Output
  • IoT – Internet of Things
  • IP – Internet Protocol
  • IPC – Instructions Per Cycle
  • IPC – Inter Process Communication
  • IPCPIP Control Protocol
  • IPP – Internet Printing Protocol
  • IPS – Indoor Positioning System
  • IPS – Intrusion Prevention System
  • IPsec – Internet Protocol Security
  • IPv4 – Internet Protocol (ver. 4)
  • IPv6 – Internet Protocol ver. 6
  • IPX – Internetwork Packet Exchange
  • IPXCPIPX Control Protocol
  • IR – Infrared
  • IRC – Internet Relay Chat
  • IrDA – Infrared Data Association
  • IRI – Internationalized Resource Identifier
  • IRQ – Interrupt Request
  • ISA – Industry Standard Architecture
  • ISA – Instruction Set Architecture
  • ISL – Inter-Switch Link
  • ISDN – Integrated Services Digital Network
  • ISO – International Organization for Standardization
  • IS-IS – Intermediate System to Intermediate System
  • IOS – Internetwork Operating System
  • ISP – Internet Service Provider
  • IT – Information Technology
  • ITaaS – IT as a Service
  • ITU – International Telecommunications Union
  • ITX – Information Technology eXtended
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JEdytuj

  • JDK – Java Development Kit
  • JDO – Java Data Object
  • JDOQL – Java Data Object Query Language
  • JFS – Journaling File System
  • JIT – Just In Time
  • JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group
  • JREJava Runtime Environment
  • JSP – JavaServer Pages
  • JVMJava Virtual Machine
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KEdytuj

  • KDE – K Desktop Environment
  • KDMKDE Display Manager
  • KISS – Keep It Simple, Stupid
  • KNR – Katalog Nakładów Rzeczowych
  • KVM – Kernel-based Virtual Machine
  • KVM switch – Przełącznik KVM (od słów Keyboard, Video, Mouse)
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LEdytuj

  • LAMPLinux, Apache, MySQL, PHP
  • LAPPLinux, Apache, PostgreSQL, PHP
  • LAN – Local Area Network
  • L2TP – Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
  • LBA – Large Block Addressing
  • LCD – Liquid-Crystal Display
  • LCP – Link Control Protocol
  • LDAP – Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • LED – Light-Emitting Diode
  • LGA – Land Grid Array
  • LGPL – Lesser General Public License
  • LIFO – Last In First Out
  • LILOLinux LOader
  • LINQ – Language INtegrated Query
  • LLC – Logical Link Control
  • LLQ – Low Latency Queueing
  • LMI – Local Management Interface
  • LMS – Learning Management System
  • LOL – Laugh Out Loud
  • LPDU – Link Protocol Data Unit
  • LPM – Lewy Przycisk Myszy
  • LPT – Line Printing Terminal
  • LSBLinux Standard Base
  • LVM – Logical Volume Manager
  • LZ77 – Lempel-Ziv 77
  • LZ78 – Lempel-Ziv 78
  • LZW – Lempel-Ziv-Welch
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MEdytuj

  • MAA – Mail Access Agent
  • MAC – Macintosh
  • MAC – Mandatory Access Control
  • MAC – Media Access Control
  • MAC – Message Authentication Code
  • MAC – Multiplexed Analogue Components
  • MACE – Macintosh Audio Compression and Expansion
  • MAN – Metropolitan Area Network
  • MB – Megabyte (Megabajt)
  • MBR – Master Boot Record
  • MCGA – MultiColor Graphics Adapter
  • MDA – Mail Delivery Agent
  • MDI – Medium-Dependent Interface
  • MDM – Mobile Device Management
  • MDMA – Multi-word Direct Memory Access
  • MES – Manufacturing Execution System
  • MFA – Multi-Factor Authentication
  • MIB – Management Information Base
  • MIDI – Musical Instrument Digital Interface
  • MIMD – Multiple Instruction Multiple Data
  • MIME – Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
  • MIPS – Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages
  • MIR – Maximal Information Rate
  • MISD – Multiple Instruction Single Data
  • MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • MITM – Man In The Middle
  • MMC – Microsoft Management Console
  • MMC – MultiMedia Card
  • MMF – Multi Mode Fiber
  • MMORPG – Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game
  • MMU – Memory Management Unit
  • MMX – MultiMedia Extension
  • MNG – Multiple-image Network Graphics
  • MPP – Massively Parallel Processors
  • MPEG – Motion Pictures Experts Group
  • MPLS – Multiprotocol Label Switching
  • MRAM – Magnetoresistive RAM
  • MSA – Mail Submission Agent
  • MSC – Mobile Switching Centre
  • MS-CHAPMicrosoft CHAP
  • MSDUMAC Service Data Unit
  • MRA – Mail Retrival Agent
  • MTA – Mail Transfer Agent
  • MTBF – Mean Time Between Failures
  • MT-RJ – Mechanical Transfer Registered Jack
  • MTTF – Mean Time To Failure
  • MTTR – Mean Time To Repair
  • MTU – Maximum Transmission Unit
  • MUA – Mail User Agent
  • MUD – Multi User Dungeon
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NEdytuj

  • NAK lub NACK – Negative-Acknowledge Character
  • NAS – Network Access Server
  • NAS – Network Attached Storage
  • NAT – Network Address Translation
  • NCP – Network Control Protocol
  • NDIS – Network Driver Interface Specification
  • NetBIOS – Network Basic Input / Output System
  • NEXT – Near End Crosstalk
  • NIC – Network Interface Card
  • NIST — National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • NFC – Near-Field Communication
  • NFS – Network File System
  • NLQ – Near Letter Quality
  • NNTP – Network News Transport Protocol
  • NPTL – Native POSIX Thread Library
  • NT – New Technology
  • NTFS – New Technology File System
  • NTP – Network Time Protocol
  • NUMA – Non-Uniform Memory Access
  • NVM – Non-Volatile Memory
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OEdytuj

  • OASIS – Organization for Advancement of Structured Information Standards
  • OCaml – Objective CAML
  • OCR – Optical Character Recognition
  • ODB – Object Database
  • ODBC – Open DataBase Connectivity
  • ODI – Open Datalink Interface
  • ODF – OpenDocument Format
  • ODL – Object Definition Language
  • ODMG – Object Data Management Group
  • ODQL – Object Database Query Language
  • OE – Outlook Express
  • OEM – Original Equipment Manufacture
  • OHCI – Open Host Controller Interface
  • OID – Object Identifier
  • OLE – Object Linking and Embedding
  • OLED – Organic Light-Emitting Diode
  • OLTP – OnLine Transaction Processing
  • OMA – Object Management Architecture
  • OMG – Object Management Group
  • OML – Object Manipulation Language
  • OQL – Object Query Language
  • ORB – Object Request Broker
  • OS – Open Source
  • OS – Operating System
  • OSDL – Open Source Development Labs
  • OSF – Open Software Foundation
  • OSI – Open System Interconnection
  • OSI – Open Source Initiative
  • OSPF – Open Shortest Path First
  • OSS – Open Sound System
  • OTDR – Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer
  • OU – Organizational Unit
  • OUI – Organic User Interface
  • OUI – Organizationally unique identifier
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PEdytuj

  • P2P – Peer to Peer
  • P2M – Peer to Mail
  • P3P – Platform for Privacy Preferences Project
  • PaaS – Platform as a Service
  • PAO – PAmięć Operacyjna (hist.)
  • PAP – Password Authentication Protocol
  • PC – Personal Computer
  • PCI – Peripheral Component Interconnect
  • PCI DSS – Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard
  • PCL – Printer Command Language
  • PCMCIA – Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
  • PDA – Personal Digital Assistant
  • PDF – Portable Document Format
  • PDH – Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
  • PDT – Printer Definition Table
  • PDP – Programmable Data Processor
  • PE – Portable Executable
  • Perl – Practical Extraction and Report Language
  • PF – Packet Filter
  • PFD – Probability of Failure on Demand
  • PGA – Pin Grid Array
  • PGP – Pretty Good Privacy
  • PHP – PHP Hypertext Preprocessor
  • PIC – Position Independent Code
  • PIC – Programmable Interrupt Controller
  • PID – Process IDentifier
  • PII – Personally Indentifable Information
  • PIM – Personal Information Manager
  • PIN – Personal Identification Number
  • PIO – Programmed Input/Output
  • PNG – Portable Network Graphics
  • PnP – Plug and Play
  • PoE – Power over Ethernet
  • POP – Post Office Protocol
  • POP3 – Post Office Protocol ver. 3
  • POSIX – Portable Operating System Interface for UNIX
  • POST – Power-On Self Test
  • POTS – Plain Old Telephone Services
  • PPC – PowerPC
  • PPI – Pixels Per Inch
  • PPM – Pages Per Minute
  • PPM – Prawy Przycisk Myszy
  • PPP – Point to Point Protocol
  • PPPoAPPP over ATM
  • PPPoEPPP over Ethernet
  • PPTP – Point to Point Tunneling Protocol
  • PRI – Primary Rate Interface
  • PRL – Preferred Roaming List
  • PS – PostScript
  • PSK – Phase Shift Keying
  • PSK – Pre-Shared Key
  • PVC – Permanent Virtual Circuit
  • PVM – Parallel Virtual Machine
  • PXE – Preboot Execution Environment
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QEdytuj

REdytuj

  • RADIUS – Remote Authentication Dial In User Service
  • RAID – Redundant Array of Independent Disks
  • RAM – Random Access Memory
  • RAMDAC – Random Access Memory Digital to Analog Converter
  • RARP – Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
  • RDF – Resource Description Framework
  • RDP – Remote Desktop Protocol
  • RDRAMRambus DRAM
  • RED – Random Early Detect
  • RFC – Request For Comments
  • RFE – Request For Enhancement
  • RFI – Radio Frequency Interference
  • RFID – Radio-Frequency IDentification
  • RGB – Red Green Blue
  • RIFF – Resource Interchange File Format
  • RIMMRambus In-Line Memory Module
  • RIP – Routing Information Protocol
  • RISC – Reduced Instruction Set Computer
  • RJ-45 – Registered Jack – type 45
  • RLE – Run Length Encoding
  • RMI – Remote Method Invocation
  • RMON – Remote Network Monitoring
  • ROM – Read Only Memory
  • RPC – Remote Procedure Call
  • RSARivest Shamir Adleman
  • RSS – Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary, RDF Site Summary
  • RSTP – Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
  • RSync – Remote Synchronization
  • RTC – Real Time Clock
  • RTF – Rich Text Format
  • RTFM – Read The Fine (F***ing) Manual
  • RTOS – Real-Time Operating System
  • RTP – Real-time Transport Protocol
  • RTS – Request To Send
  • RTS – Real-Time System
  • RTTI – Real Time Type Identification
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SEdytuj

  • SaaS – Software as a Service
  • SAS – Serial Attached SCSI
  • SATA – Serial ATA
  • SBS – Small Business Server
  • SCO – Santa Cruz Operation
  • SCSI – Small Computer System Interface
  • SCTP – Stream Control Transmission Protocol
  • SD – Secure Digital Card
  • SDH – Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
  • SDK – Software Development Kit
  • SDL – Simple DirectMedia Layer
  • SDRAM – Synchronous DRAM
  • SDSL – Single-line DSL
  • SDSL – Symmetric DSL
  • SDTV – Standard Definition Television
  • SECC – Single Edge Contact Cartridge
  • SEO – Search Engine Optimization
  • SEPP – Secure Encryption Payment Protocol
  • SFP – Small Form-factor Pluggable
  • SFQ – Stochastic Fair Queueing
  • SFT – System Fault Tolerance lub Software Fault Tolerance
  • SFTP – Screened Foiled Twisted Pair
  • SFTP – Secure File Tranfer Protocol
  • SGI – Silicon Graphics Incorporated
  • SGML – Standard Generalized Markup Language
  • SHA – Secure Hash Algorithm
  • SHDSL – Symmetric High Digital Subscriber Line
  • SHTML – Server-Side Include HyperText Markup Language
  • SHTTP – Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol
  • SI – Sztuczna Inteligencja
  • SID – Security IDentifier
  • SIM – Single IP Management lub Single Inline Module
  • SIM – Subscriber Identity Module
  • SIMD – Single Instruction Multiple Data
  • SIMM – Single Inline Memory Module
  • SIO – Serial Input/Output
  • SIP – Session Initiation Protocol
  • SISD – Single Instruction Single Data
  • SLA – Service Level Agreement
  • SLAAC – StateLess Address AutoConfiguration
  • SLC – Subscriber Line Concentrator
  • SLI – Scan Line Interleave bądź Scalable Link Interface
  • SLIP – Serial Line Internet Protocol
  • SLSI – Super Large-Scale Integration
  • SMART – Self Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology
  • S/MIME – Secure MIME
  • SMB – Server Message Block
  • SMF – Single Mode Fiber
  • SMP – Symmetric Multi Processing
  • SMS – Short Message Service lub Simple Message System
  • SMS – Storage Management Services
  • SMS – Systems Management Server
  • SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  • SNA – Systems Network Architecture
  • SNAP – Sub-Network Access Protocol
  • SNAT – Source Network Address Translation
  • SNMP – Simple Network Management Protocol
  • SO – System Operacyjny
  • SOA – Start Of Authority
  • SOAP – Simple Object Access Protocol
  • SOCKS – Socket Secure
  • SOHO – Small Office & Home Office
  • SP – Service Pack
  • SPARC – Scalable Processor ARChitecture
  • S/PDIFSony/Philips Digital InterFace
  • SPI – Stateful Packet Inspection
  • SPX – Sequenced Packet Exchange
  • SQL – Structured Query Language
  • SRAM – Static Random Access Memory
  • SRDRAM – Self-Refreshed DRAM
  • SSD – Solid-State Drive
  • SSE – Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • SSH – Secure SHell
  • SSHD – Solid-State Hybrid Drive
  • SSI – Server Side Includes
  • SSI – Small Scale Integration
  • SSID – Service Set Identify
  • SSL – Secure Sockets Layer
  • SSO – Single Sign-On
  • SSR – Server Side Rendering
  • stdin – STandarD INput
  • stderr – STandarD ERRor
  • stdout – STandarD OUTput
  • STL – Standard Template Library
  • STP – Spanning Tree Protocol
  • STP – Shielded Twisted Pair
  • STP – Secure Transfer Protocol
  • SVC – Switched Virtual Circuit
  • SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics
  • SVGA – Super VGA
  • S-VHS – Super VHS
  • SWAP – Shared Wireless Access Protocol
  • SXGA – Super XGA
  • sysOp – SYStem OPerator
  • sysadmin – SYStem ADMINistrator
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TEdytuj

  • TACACS – Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System
  • TACACS+ – Terminal Access Controller Access Control System Plus
  • TAR – Tape ARchiver
  • TBF – Token Bucket Filter
  • TC – Traffic Control
  • TCO – Total Cost of Ownership
  • TCP – Transmission Control Protocol
  • TCP/IP – Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
  • TDP – Thermal Design Power
  • TFT – Thin-Film Transistor
  • TFTP – Trivial File Transfer Protocol
  • TIFF – Tagged Image File Format
  • TIMTOWTDI – There is more than one way to do it
  • TKIP – Temporal Key Integrity Protocol
  • TLB – Translation Lookaside Buffer
  • TLD – Top Level Domain
  • TLP – Thread Level Parallelism
  • TLS – Transport Layer Security
  • TOC – Table of Contents
  • TOS – Type of Service
  • TPI – Tracks Per Inch
  • TPM – Trusted Platform Module
  • TQFP – Thin Quad Flat Pack
  • TTF – TrueType Font
  • TTL – Time to Live
  • TTL – Transistor-Transistor Logic
  • TTS – Transaction Tracking System
  • TTY – Teletype
  • TWAIN – Technology Without Any Interesting Name
  • TXD – Transmit Data
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UEdytuj

  • UAC – User Account Control
  • UART – Universal Asynchronous Receiver–Transmitter
  • UDF – Universal Disk Format
  • UDF – User Defined Function
  • UDMA – Ultra DMA
  • UDT – User-defined Data Type
  • UDP – User Datagram Protocol
  • UDP – Usenet Death Penalty
  • UEFI – Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
  • UFS – Unix File System
  • UHCI – Universal Host Controller Interface
  • UHF – Ultra High Frequency
  • UHL – Universal Hypertext Link
  • UI – User Interface
  • ULA – Uncommitted Logic Array
  • USLI – Ultra Large Scale Integration
  • UMA – Unified Memory Architecture
  • UMA – Upper Memory Area
  • UMB – Upper Memory Block
  • UML – Universal Modeling Language
  • UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
  • UNC – Universal Naming Convention
  • UPnP – Universal Plug-and-Play
  • UPS – Uninterruptible Power Supply
  • URI – Uniform Resource Identifier
  • URL – Uniform Resource Locator
  • URN – Uniform Resource Name
  • URT – Universal Receiver Transmitter
  • USART – Universal Synchronous-Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
  • USB – Universal Serial Bus
  • UTC – Universal Time Coordinated
  • UTF – Unicode Transformation Format
  • UTM – Unified Threat Management
  • UTP – Unshielded Twisted Pair
  • UUCP – Unix to Unix Copy Protocol
  • UV – Ultraviolet
  • UX – User experience
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VEdytuj

  • VADSL – Very-High-Rate Asymmetric DSL
  • VAN – Value Added Network
  • VAP – Value Added Process
  • VAR – Value Added Retailer
  • VAX – Virtual Address Extension
  • VB – Variable Block
  • VB – Visual Basic
  • VBA – Visual Basic for Applications
  • VBR – Variable Bit Rate
  • VBR – Volume Boot Record
  • VBS – Visual Basic Script
  • VC – Virtual Circuit
  • VCC – Virtual Channel Connection
  • VCD – Video CD
  • VCD – Virtual Communications Driver
  • VCPI – Virtual Control Panel Interface
  • VDE – Video Display Editor
  • VDE – Visual Development Environment
  • VDI – Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
  • VDI – Virtual Device Interface
  • VDM – Virtual DOS Machine
  • VDSL – Very High Digital Subscriber Line
  • VESA – Video Electronics Standard Association
  • VFAT – Virtual File Allocation Table
  • VFW – Video For Windows
  • VGA – Video Graphics Array
  • VGC – Video Graphics Controller
  • VHDL – Very high speed integrated circuits Hardware Description Language
  • VHF – Very High Frequency
  • VHS – Very High Speed
  • VHS – Video Home System
  • VHS – Virtual Host Storage
  • VIO – Video Input/Output
  • VIO – Virtual Input/Output
  • VLAN – Virtual Local Area Network
  • VLB – Vesa Local Bus
  • VLF – Very Low Frequency
  • VLIW – Very Large Instruction Word
  • VLM – Virtual Loadable Module
  • VLSI – Very Large Scale Integration
  • VLSM – Variable Length Subnet Mask
  • VM – Virtual Machine
  • VM – Virtual Memory
  • VMB – Virtual Machine Boot
  • VMM – Virtual Machine Manager
  • VNC – Virtual Network Computing
  • VoDSL – Voice over DSL
  • VoIP – Voice over IP
  • VPC – Virtual Path Connection
  • VPN – Virtual Private Network
  • VR – Virtual Reality
  • VRAM – Video Random Access Memory
  • VRML – Virtual Reality Markup Language (czasami jako Virtual Reality Modeling Language)
  • VSS – Volume Shadow Copy Service
  • VTPVLAN Trunking Protocol
  • VxD – Virtual Extended Driver
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WEdytuj

  • W3C – World Wide Web Consortium
  • WAI – Web Accessibility Initiative
  • WAIS – Wide Area Information Servers
  • WABI – Windows Application Binary Interface
  • WAMPWindows Apache MySQL PHP
  • WAN – Wide Area Network
  • WAP – Wireless Application Protocol
  • WATS – Wide Area Telecommunications Service
  • WAV – WAVeform
  • WAV – Windows Audio File
  • WB – Welcome Back
  • WBMP – WAP BitMaP
  • WBS – Work Breakdown Structure
  • WCAG – Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  • WCF – Windows Communication Foundation
  • WCS – World Coordinate System
  • WD – Western Digital
  • WDDX – Web Distributed Data Exchange
  • WDG – Web Design Group
  • WDL – Windows Driver Library
  • WDM – Wavelength Division Multiplexing
  • WDM – Windows Driver Model
  • WDMA – Wavelength Division Multiple Access
  • WDRAM – Windows Dynamic Random Access Memory
  • WDS – Windows Deployment Services
  • WDS – Wireless Distributed System
  • WEA – Web Enabled Application
  • WebDAV – Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning
  • WEP – Wired Equivalent Privacy
  • WFM – Wired For Management
  • WFP – Windows File Protection
  • WFQ – Weighted Fair Queuing
  • WGA – Windows Genuine Advantage
  • WHQL – Windows Hardware Quality Lab
  • Wi-Fi – Wireless Fidelity
  • WIA – Windows Image Acquisition
  • WIF – Wavelet Image Files
  • WinFS – Windows Future Storage
  • WINS – Windows Internet Name Service
  • WinSock – Windows Sockets
  • WISG – Web and Internet Steering Group
  • WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network
  • WLL – Wireless Local Loop
  • WM – Window Mananger
  • WMA – Window Media Audio
  • WMF – Windows Metafile Format
  • WMI – Window Management Instrumentation
  • WMIC – Window Management Instrumentation Command-line
  • WML – Wireless Markup Language
  • WMM – Wireless MultiMedia
  • WMM – Windows Movie Maker
  • WMN – Wireless Mesh Network
  • WMP – Windows Media Player
  • WMV – Windows Media Video
  • WOL – Wake On LAN
  • WPA – WiFi Protected Access
  • WPS – Wi-Fi Protected Setup
  • WORM – Write Once, Read Many
  • WRAM – Windows Random Access Memory
  • WRR – Weighted Round Robin
  • WSDL – Web Services Description Language
  • WSL – Windows Subsystem for Linux
  • WTX – Workstation Technology Extended
  • WWAN – Wireless Wide Area Network
  • WWW – World Wide Web
  • WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get
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XEdytuj

  • X11R6 – X Window System ver. 11 Release 6
  • XAML – Extensible Application Markup Language (początkowo: Extensible Avalon Markup Language)
  • XAM – Extensible Access Method
  • XBL – Extensible Binding Language
  • XBM – X-Window BitMap
  • XCOFF – Extended COFF
  • XCP – Extended Copy Protection
  • XDMX Window Display Manager
  • XDR – External Data Representation
  • XER – XML Encoding Rules
  • XFN – XHTML Friends Network
  • XGA – Extended Graphics Array
  • XHTML – Extensible HyperText Markup Language
  • XKM – XML Key Management
  • XMDP – XHTML Meta Data Profiles
  • XML – Extensible Markup Language
  • XMLP – XML Protocol
  • XMMSX MultiMedia System
  • XMPP – Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol
  • XMS – Extended Memory Specification
  • XNS – Xerox Network System
  • XOR – exclusive OR
  • XORP – Extensible Open Router Platform
  • XQuery – XML Query Language
  • XP – Experience Performance
  • XPath – XML Path Language
  • XPI – Cross-Platform Install
  • XPM – X-Window PixelMap
  • XPointer – XML Pointer Language
  • XSL – Extensible Style Language
  • XSLT – XSL Transformations
  • XSL-FO – XSL Formating Objects
  • XT – Extended Technology
  • XTI – X/Open Transport Interface
  • XUI – X User Interface
  • XUL – XML-based User interface Language
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