Hardware
Security
Websites
Editing
Networking

100

an output device that projects images from the computer onto a wall or viewing screen
What is a projector

100

the process of adding new features and fixing problems, such as bugs and compatibility with new hardware, operating systems, or other types of software
What is upgrading.

100

a personal website or web page on which individual opinions or activities are posted on a regular basis; an electronic journal
What is a blog.

100

a horizontal strip that contains lists of available options for a certain program; in Windows, generally residing at the top of each open window; on a Macintosh, always fixed on the top of the screen
What is a menu bar.

100

groups of interconnected computers and networks designed to share resources
What is a network.

200

a silicon chip (microprocessor) located on the motherboard that executes instructions to process data into information; the brain of the computer; also known as the processor; abbreviation for central processing unit
What is a CPU

200

permission allowed by a computer user to perform system modifications, such as installing or deleting software or changing network settings
What is administrative rights.

200

a personal website or web page on which individual opinions or activities are posted on a regular basis in VIDEO format.
What is a V log.

200

a command that allows users to cancel the last command or action; CTRL + Z in Windows
What is undo.

200

a computer that manages access to a centralized resource or service in a network
What is a server.

300

any device used to input data and commands into the computer, i.e. keyboard, mouse, scanner, microphone
What is an input device.

300

programming code that has been written, usually by a hacker, to cause corruption of data on a computer; often attached to an executable file that spreads from one file to another once the program is executed
What is a virus.

300

a website that allows collaborative editing of its content and structure by its users
What is wiki.

300

a feature used to display a document, spreadsheet, or presentation as it will appear when printed
What is print preview.

300

a piece of computer hardware or software that accesses a service made available by a server
What is a client.

400

any device that accepts processed data (information) from the computer and presents the results to the user, i.e. monitor, printer, speakers, plotter
What is an output device.

400

any software program that automatically plays, displays, or downloads advertisements to a computer in a manner that is unexpected and unwanted by the computer user
What is adware.

400

a digital multimedia file available on the Internet to be downloaded
What is a podcast.

400

a type of unordered list that presents information in no particular order using graphical markers to identify each item
What is a bulleted list.

400

a communication medium that allows computers, smartphones, or other devices to connect to the Internet or communicate with one another wirelessly within a particular area; wireless fidelity
What is wifi.

500

a type of volatile data storage that holds software programs and data during processing
What is RAM

500

a type of malware program that locates and saves data from users without them knowing about it
What is spyware.

500

uniform resource locator; a specific character string that constitutes a reference to an Internet resource, such as http://business.hhs.canyonsdistrict.org; also known as a web address
What is a URL.

500

animation-like effects in an electronic presentation that is activated when moving from one slide to the next
What are transitions.

500

a global computer network that uses TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange of information; the physical components that connect computers globally
What is the internet.