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List of Computer Abbreviations & Acronyms

Computer Abbreviations for Competitive Exams | STET Computer Science Abbreviations

  • COMPUTER – Commonly Operated Machine Used for Trade or Technology, Education and Research
  • AAC – Advanced Audio Coding
  • AI – Artificial Intelligence
  • ARPANET – Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
  • ALU – Arithmetic Logic Unit 
  • ALGOL – Algorithmic Language 
  • AOL – America Outline
  • API – Application Program Interface 
  • APT – Automatically Programmed Tooling
  • ARP – Address Resolution Protocol
  • ASP – Active Server Pages
  • ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  • AVI – Audio Video Interleave
  • BCC – Blind Carbon Copy
  • BASIC – Beginner’s All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
  • BPS – Bytes Per Second
  • BCD – Binary Coded Decimal
  • B HTML – Broadcast Hypertext Markup Language
  • ATM – Asynchronous Transfer Mode
  • AUI – Attachment Unit Interface
  • AT – Advanced Technology
  • BIU – Bus Interface Unit
  • BMP – Bitmap
  • B2C – Business to Consumer
  • B2B – Business to Business
  • CUI – Character User Interface
  • CSS – Cascading Style Sheets
  • CPI – Clock/Cycle Per Instruction
  • CC – Carbon Copy
  • CAI – Computer-Aided Instruction
  • CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access
  • CRT – Cathode Ray Tube
  • COBOL – Common Business Oriented Language 
  • CISC – Complex Instructions Set Computers
  • CADD – Computer-Aided Design in Drafting
  • CAD – Computer-Aided Design
  • CD – Compact Disk
  • CD RW – Compact Disk Rewritable
  • CMD – Command
  • CD ROM – Compact Disk Read Only Memory
  • CROM – Computerised Range of Motion
  • CAM – Computer-Aided Manufacturing
  • DAT – Digital Audio Tape
  • DNA – Distributed Internet Architecture
  • DDR – Double Data Rate
  • DPI – Dots Per Inch
  • DDR- SDRAM – Double Data Rate-Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
  • DML – Data Manipulation Language
  • DOS – Disk Operating System
  • DOC – Date Optimising Computer
  • DHTML – Dynamics Hypertext Markup Language
  • Doc – Document
  • DVD – Digital Versatile Disk
  • DVI -Digital Visual Interface
  • DDL – Data Definition Language
  • DRAM – Dynamic Random Access Memory
  • DBMS – Database Management System
  • DVDR – Digital Versatile Disk Recordable
  • DVDRW – Digital Versatile Disk Rewritable
  • DVR – Digital Video Recorder
  • DARPANET – Defence Advanced Research Project Agency Network
  • E-Commerce – Electronic Commerce
  • EDGE – Enhanced Data Rate for GSM Evolution
  • EDI – Electronic Data Interchange
  • EDP – Electronic Data Processing
  • FS – File System
  • FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  • EEPROM – Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
  • E-Mail – Electronic Mail
  • EFS – Encrypted File System
  • FAT – Find Allocation Table
  • FPS -Frames Per Second 
  • FLOPS – Floating Point Operations for Second
  • FM – Frequency Modulation
  • GB – GigaByte
  • GiB – GIBIByte
  • GIGO – Garbage in Garbage Out
  • GHz – Gigahertz
  • GIF – Graphics Interchangeable Format
  • GDI – Graphical Device Into
  • GPRS – General Packet Radio Service
  • GUI – Graphical User Interface
  • GBPS – Gigabytes/Gigabits Per Second
  • 3GP – 3rd Generation Project
  • 3GPP – 3rd Generation Partnership Project
  • GML – Geography Markup Language
  • GSM – Global System For Mobile Communication
  • IBM – International Business Machines
  • IC – Integrated Circuit
  • IO – Input Output
  • IOP – Input Output Processor
  • IPV6 – Internet Protocol Version 6
  • IPV4 – Internet Protocol Version 4
  • IP – Internet Protocol
  • INFO – Information
  • HDMI – High Definition Multimedia Interface 
  • HTTPS – Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
  • HD – Hard Disk
  • HDD – Hard Disk Drive
  • HPC – Handheld Personal Computer
  • HP – Hewlett Packard/Horsepower
  • INTEL – Integrated Electronics
  • IMAP – Internet Message Access Protocol
  • ISO – International Organisation for Standardisation
  • HSDPA – High-speed Downlink Packet Access
  • ICT – Information Communication Technology
  • FORTRAN – Formula Translation
  • FDD – Floppy Disk Drive
  • FDC – Floppy Disk Controller
  • ENIAC – Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator
  • EDSAC – Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator
  • EDVAC – Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Compute
  • EB – EXAByte
  • EiB – EXBIByte
  • EROM – Erasable Read-Only Memory 
  • EPROM – Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
  • IT – Information Technology
  • MIPS – Million Instructions for Second
  • MHz – Megahertz
  • MBPS – Megabits/Megabytes per Second
  • MB – Motherboard/Megabyte
  • MAN – Metropolitan Area Network 
  • LLL – Low-level Language
  • Kbps – Kilobits/Kilobytes per Second
  • KBD – Keyboard
  • KB – Kilobyte
  • JSP – Java Server Page 
  • JS – JavaScript
  • JPEG – Joint Photographic Expert Group 
  • JAD – Job Application Descriptor/Development
  • J2EE – Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition
  • JAR – Java Archive
  • MIME – Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
  • MICR – Magnetic Ink Character Recognition
  •  MPEG – Motion Picture Experts Group
  • Mp3 – MPEG Audio Layer 3
  • Mp4 – MPEG-4 AVC
  • NAT – Network Address Translation
  • NIC – Network Interface Card
  • NIIT – National Institute of Information Technology
  • NTP – Network Time Protocol
  • NTFS – New Technology File System
  • OMR – Optical Mark Reader/Recognition
  • OOP – Object-Oriented Programming
  • OpenGL – Open Graphics Library
  • OSI – Open Systems Interconnection
  • PHP – Hypertext Preprocessor
  • PB – PetaByte
  • PiB – PebiByte
  • PNG – Portable Network
  • PNP – Plug and Play
  • PDA – Personal Digital
  • PDU – Protocol Data Unit/Power Distribution Unit
  • PAN – Personal Area Network
  • PROM – Programmable Read-Only Memory
  • PCI – Peripheral Component Interconnect
  • POST – Power on Self Test
  • PSU – Power Supply Unit
  • PING – Packet Internet/Internetwork Groper
  • RDBMS – Relational Database Management System
  • RIP – Routing Information to Protocol
  • RPM – Revolutions Per Minute
  • SMPS – Switch Mode Power Supply
  • SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  • SRAM – Static Random Access Memory
  • SIM – Subscriber Identity Module
  • SAM – Software Asset Management/Sequential Access Method
  • SNAP – Subnetwork Access Protocol
  • SNOBOL – String Oriented Symbolic Language
  • SIU – Serial Interface Unit
  • SW – Software
  • SMS – Short Message Services
  • SQL – Structured Query
  • TB – Terabyte
  • TiB – Tebibyt
  • VIRUS – Vital Information Resource Under Seized 
  • VCD – Video Compact Disk
  • VHF – Very High Frequency
  • VOIP – VoiceOver Internet Protocol
  • VRAM – Video Random Access Memory
  • VPN – Virtual Private Network
  • WAN – Wide Area Network
  • WAP – Wireless Application Protocol
  • WORM – Write Once Read Many
  • WWW – World Wide Web
  • WBMP – Wireless Bitmap Image
  • WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network
  • WMV – Windows Media Video
  • WML – Wireless Markup Language
  • WMA – Windows Media Audio
  • WINS – Windows Internet Name Service 
  • XT – Extended Technology
  • XMF – Extensible Music File
  • XML – Extensible Markup Language
  • XMS – Extended Memory Specification
  • XHTML – Extensible Hypertext Markup Language 
  • XSL – Extensible Style Language
  • Yahoo – Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle
  • YB – Yottabyte
  • YiB – Yobibyte
  • ZiB – ZebiByte 
  • ZB – Zetta Byte
  • AFA – All-Flash Array
  • BIOS – Basic Input Output System
  • BYTE – Storage Unit
  • CPU – Central Processing Unit
  • HDD – Hard Disk Drive
  • LCD – Liquid Crystal Display
  • OS – Operating System
  • TCP – Transmission Control Protocol 
  • TBPS – Terabytes Per Second 
  • TAPI – Telephony Application Programming Interface
  • TXT – Text
  • UNIVAC – Universal Automatic Computer
  • UHF – Ultra High Frequency
  • UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
  • VAN – Value Added Network 
  • UPS – Uninterruptible Power Supply
  • UI – User Interface
  • VDU – Visual Display Unit
  • CIS- CompuServe Information Service
  • CISC –Complex Instructions Set Computers
  • CMD –Command
  • CMYK —-Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black (color model)
  • CNM —-Circulatory Network Mode
  • COAX —-Coaxial Cable (for Ethernet and similar networks)
  • COBOL —Common Business Oriented Language
  • COMPUTER –Commonly Operated Machine Particularly Used for Trade/Technology, Education, and Research.
  • PC – Personal Computer
  • PDF – Portable Document Format
  • RAID – Redundant Array of Independent Disks
  • RAM – Random Access Memory
  • RDMA – Remote Direct Memory Access
  • ROM – Read Only-Memory
  • SATA – Serial Advanced Technology Attachment 
  • SSD – Solid State Drive
  • VGA – Video Graphics Array

Computer Abbreviations for Internet and Network

  • DNS – Domain Name Server 
  • FTP – File Transport Protocol
  • HTML – HyperText Markup Language
  • HTTP – Hypertext Transfer Protocol
  • IP – Internet Protocol
  • ISP – Internet Service Provider
  • LAN – Local Area Network
  • PPP – Point to Point Protocol
  • SEO – Search Engine Optimisation 
  • URL -Uniform Resource Locator 
  • USB – Universal Serial Bus
  • VR – Virtual Reality
  • VRML – Virtual Reality Mark-up Language 

Listing of non-alphanumeric keys

WindowsPC keyboards have a Windows key that looks like a four-pane, wavy window.
CommandApple Mac computers have a Command with a symbol resembling a cloverleaf.
MenuPC keyboards also have a Menu key that looks like a cursor pointing to a menu.
EscEsc (escape) key.
F1 – F12What are the F1 through F12 keys?
F13 – F24Information about the F13 through F24 keyboard keys.
TabTab key.
Caps lockCaps lock key.
ShiftShift key.
CtrlControl key.
FnFunction key.
AltAlternate key (PC only; Mac users have an Option key).
SpacebarSpacebar key.
ArrowsUp, down, left, right Arrow keys.
Back SpaceBack space (or Backspace) key.
DeleteDelete or Del key.
EnterEnter key.
Prt ScrnPrint Screen key.
Scroll LockScroll Lock key.
PausePause key.
BreakBreak key.
InsertInsert key.
HomeHome key.
Page upPage up or pg up key.
Page downPage down or pg dn key.
EndEnd key.
Num LockNum Lock key.
~Tilde.
`Acute, back quote, grave, grave accent, left quote, open quote, or a push.
!Exclamation mark, exclamation point, or bang.
@Ampersat, arobase, asperand, at, or at symbol.
#Octothorpe, number, pound, sharp, or hash.
£Pound Sterling or Pound symbol.
Euro.
$Dollar sign or generic currency.
¢Cent sign.
¥Chinese/Japanese Yuan.
§Micro or section.
%Percent.
°Degree.
^Caret or circumflex.
&Ampersand, epershand, or and symbol.
*Asterisk, mathematical multiplication symbol, and sometimes called a star.
(Open or left parenthesis.
)Close or right parenthesis.
Hyphen, minus, or dash.
_Underscore.
+Plus.
=Equal.
{Open brace, squiggly brackets, or curly bracket.
}Close brace, squiggly brackets, or curly bracket.
[Open bracket.
]Closed bracket.
|Pipe, or, or vertical bar.
\Backslash or reverse solidus.
/Forward slash, solidus, virgule, whack, and mathematical division symbol.
:Colon.
;Semicolon.
Quote, quotation mark, or inverted commas.
Apostrophe or single quote.
<Less than or angle brackets.
>Greater than or angle brackets.
,Comma.
.Period, dot, or full stop.
?Question mark.

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