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A mathematical step by step sequence used to work out calculations
algorithm
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this is when a recording is reduced in size meaning it takes u less space
compressed
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stores of data files that may have been compressed
zip files
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a example of software used for zipping files
winzip
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this is when you make a file bigger. it is the opposite to compressed
expanded
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a personal website or page were a person records a diary or their opinion. it is very similar to a diary but online
blog
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point of presence
POP
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network access point
NAP
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allows users to navigate to different pages on a website or to a entirely different website
hyperlinks
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stands for modulator -demodulator and is required to connect devices to the internet
modem
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these are also referred to as network cards enabling wireless connection to a network
wireless adaptor
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this transmission mode refers to communicate that occur simultaneously in tow directions such as in landline telephones
full-dulex
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is a malicious program that can secretly monitor and track a user without their knowledge
spyware
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blocks unauthorised access from a private network and prevents leakage of information through theft and hackers
firewalls
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a way of trcking changes to a document and to make sure you are working on the most up to date model.
version control
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this is when a recording is reduced in size meaning it takes u less space

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compressed

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stores of data files that may have been compressed

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a example of software used for zipping files

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Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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this is when you make a file bigger. it is the opposite to compressed

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