Important computer abbreviations pdf for ibps ssc and other exams

Important computer abbreviations pdf

Computer abbreviations are very important part of computer awareness part generally asked in all major exams like IBPS,SSC and other government exams.So,it is wise to remember all important computer abbreviations.There are many books in which these abbreviations are given but very less in number.We have listed all important computer abbreviations in a broader fashion.It means you will have a sufficient list of computer abbreviations in pdf format which you can use as a reference for all exams.If you don’t have a pdf reader still you can view it online.Just read the whole page.
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Important Computer Abbreviations List:-


Important computer abbreviations pdfACE-Access Control Entry
ACL-Access Control List
ADO-Active Data Objects
AGP-Accelerated Graphics Part
AI-Artificial Intelligence
AlGOL–Algorithm Language
ALU-Arithmetic Logic Unit
API-Application Program Interface
APIPA-Automatic Private Internet Protocol Addressing
ARP-Address Resolution Protocol
ASCII-American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ASF-Advanced Streaming Format
ASM–Association for System Management
ASP-Active Server Pages
ATAPI-Advanced Technology Attachment Packet Interface
ATM-Asynchronous Transfer Mode
AUI-Attachment Unit Interface
AVI-Audio Video Interface


B2B-Business to Business
B2C-Business to Commerce
BASIC-Beginner’s All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
BCD-Binary Coded Decimal
BCR-Bar Code Reader
BHTML-Broadcast Hyper Text Markup Lnguage
BOOTP-Bootstarp Protocol
BPEL-Business Process Execytion Language
BINAC-Binary Automatic Computer
BIOS-Basic Input Output System
Bit-Binary Digit


CAD-Computer Aided Design
CAI-Computer Aided Instruction
CAM-Computer Aided Manufacturing
CASE-Computer Aided Software Engineering
CCNA-Cisco Certified Network Associate
CD-Compact DIsc
CDROM-Compact Disk Read Only Memory
CD-RW-Compact Disc Re Writable
CDMA-Code Division Multiple Access
CD-WORM-Compact Disc -Write One Read Many
C-DoT- Centre For Development of telematics
C-DAC-Centre for development of advance computing
CDONTS-Collaboratio on Data Objects for Windows NT Server
CGI-Common Gateway Interface
CIDR-Classless Inter-Domain Routing
CLR-Common Language Runtime
CMOS-Complementry Metal Oxide Semiconductor
CMS-Content Management System
COBOL-Common Oriented business Language
COM-Component Object Model
CORBA-Common Object Request Broker Architecture
CPU-Central Processing Unit
CRC-Cyclic Redundancy Check
CRM-Cutomer Relationship Management
CROM-Control Read Only Memory
CRT-Cathode Ray Tube


DAC—Digital-To-Analog Converter
DAL—Database Abstraction Layer
DAO—Data Access Object
DAP—Directory Access Protocol
DARPA—Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DAT—Digital Audio Tape
DBA—Database Administrator
DBCS—Double Byte Character Set
DBMS—Database Management System
DCOM—Distributed Component Object Model
DDL—Data Definition Language
DDoS—Distributed Denial of Service
DFS—Distributed File System
DHCP—Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DHTML—Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language
DLP—Data loss protection
DMA—Direct Memory Access
DML—Data Manipulation Language
DOM—Document Object Model
DoS—Denial of Service
DOS—Disk Operating System
DPI—Dots Per Inch
DRAM—Dynamic Random Access Memory
DSA–Digital Signature Algorithm
DSDL—Document Schema Definition Languages
DSDM—Dynamic Systems Development Method
DSL—Digital Subscriber Line
DSP—Digital Signal Processing
DVD—Digital Versatile Disc
DVD-ROM—DVD-Read Only Memory
DVI—Digital Visual Interface
DVR—Digital Video Recorder


EBCDIC—Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
EBML—Extensible Binary Meta Language
ECC—Elliptic Curve Cryptography
ECMA—European Computer Manufacturers Association
EDVAC—Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Computer
EPROM—Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
EEPROM-Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
E-mail—Electronic mail
ENIAC—Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer
ERP—Enterprise Resource Planning
ESCON—Enterprise Systems Connection


FAT—File Allocation Table
FAQ—Frequently Asked Questions
FDD—Floppy Disk Drive
FDDI—Fiber Distributed Data Interface
FET—Field Effect Transistor
FHS—Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
FLAC—Free Lossless Audio Codec
FLOPS—FLoating-Point Operations Per Second
FTTP—Fiber To The Premises
FTP—File Transfer Protocol
FXP—File eXchange Protocol
FYI—For Your Information
FORTRAN-Formula Translator
fps-frames per second
FRAM-Ferro-electronic Random Rccess Memory


GIF—Graphics Interchange Format
GIGO—Garbage In, Garbage Out
GNU—GNU’s Not Unix
GPL—General Public License
GPU—Graphics Processing Unit
GSM—Global System for Mobile Communications
GUI—Graphical User Interface


HDD—Hard Disk Drive
HD DVD—High Definition DVD
HDL—Hardware Description Language
HDMI—High-Definition Multimedia Interface
HF—High Frequency
HFS—Hierarchical File System
HID—Human Interface Device
HPC—High-Performance Computing
HPFS—High Performance File System
HSDPA—High-Speed Downlink Packet Access
HTML—Hypertext Markup Language
HTTP—Hypertext Transfer Protocol


IBM—International Business Machines
IC—Integrated Circuit
ICMP—Internet Control Message Protocol
ICP—Internet Cache Protocol
ICT—Information and Communication Technology
IDE—Integrated Development Environment
IE—Internet Explorer
IGMP—Internet Group Management Protocol
IIS—Internet Information Services
IL—Intermediate Language
IM—Instant Messaging
IMAP—Internet Message Access Protocol
IP—Internet Protocol
IPX—Internetwork Packet Exchange
IrDA—Infrared Data Association
IRI—Internationalized Resource Identifier
IRP—I/O Request Packet
IRQ—Interrupt Request
IS—Information Systems
ISDN—Integrated Services Digital Network
ISO—International Organization for Standardization
ISP—Internet Service Provider
IT—Information Technology


J2ME—Java 2 Micro Edition
JME—Java Micro Edition
JRE—Java Runtime Environment
JSON—JavaScript Object Notation
JSP—JavaServer Pages


Kbps-Kilo bit per second


LAN—Local Area Network
LCD—Liquid Crystal Display
LED—Light-Emitting Diode
LF—Low Frequency
LIFO—Last In First Out
LISP—LISt Processing
LM—Lan Manager
LOC—Lines of Code
LSI—Large-Scale Integration


MAC—Media Access Control
MAPI—Messaging Application Programming Interface
MBR—Master Boot Record
MDA—Mail Delivery Agent
MDI—Multiple Document Interface
MF—Medium Frequency
MFC—Microsoft Foundation Classes
MGCP—Media Gateway Control Protocol
MIB—Management Information Base
MIDI—Musical Instrument Digital Interface
MIMD—Multiple Instruction, Multiple Data
MISD-Multiple Intruction Single Data
MIPS-Millions Of Instruction Per second
MIME—Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
MOSFET—Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor
MODEM-Modulator And Demodulator
MP3-Motion Picture Expert Group no 3
MSDN-Microsoft Developer Network
MS-DOS—Microsoft DOS
MSIL—Microsoft Intermediate Language
MUA—Mail User Agent
MSN-Microsoft Network
MSRAP-Microsoft Remote Administration Process
MTS-Microsoft Transaction Server
MTU-Maximum Transmission Unit


NASSCOM-National Association of Software and Service Company
NDIS-Network Driver Interface Application
NFC—Near field communication
NFS—Network File System
NIC—Network Interface Controller
NPU—Network Processing Unit
NSA—National Security Agency
NSPR—Netscape Portable Runtime
NNTP—Network News Transfer Protocol
NOS—Network Operating System
NTFS—NT Filesystem
NTP-Network Time Protocol
NT-New Technology


OCP-Oracle Certified Professional
ODBC—Open DataBase Connectivity
OLE—Object Linking and Embedding
OLED—Organic Light Emitting Diode
OMR—Optical Mark Recognition
ONE-Open Network Architecture
OOAD-Object Oriented Analysis and Design
OOPS-Object Oriented Programming System
Open GL-Open Graphics Library
OS-Operating system


PAN—Personal Area Network
PAP—Password Authentication Protocol
PC—Personal Computer
PCB—Printed Circuit Board
PCB—Process Control Block
PC DOS—Personal Computer Disk Operating System
PCI—Peripheral Component Interconnect
PD—Public Domain
PDA—Personal Digital Assistant
PDF—Portable Document Format
PDL-Page Description Language
PERL—Practical Extraction and Reporting Language
PHP—PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor
PIC—Peripheral Interface Controller
PLC—Programmable Logic Controller
PNG—Portable Network Graphics
POP3—Post Office Protocol v3
POST-Power on self test
PPP-Peer to Peer protocol
PPTP—Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol
PROM-Programmable Read Only Memory
PSTN-Public Switched telephone network
PSN-Processor Serial Number


QDR—Quad Data Rate
QoS—Quality of Service


RADIUS—Remote Authentication Dial In User Service
RAID—Redundant Array of Independent Disks
RAM—Random Access Memory
RAMDAC-Random Accesss Memory Digital to Analog Convertor
RDBMS—Relational Database Management System
RDO—Remote Data Object
RDP—Remote Desktop protocol
RD RAM- Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory
RDOS—Real-time Disk Operating System
RDS—Remote Data Services
RGB—Red, Green, Blue
RIP—Raster Image Processor
RISC—Reduced Instruction Set Computer
ROM—Read Only Memory
ROM-DOS—Read Only Memory – Disk Operating System
RPC—Remote Procedure Call
RSS—Rich Site Summary, RDF Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication
RTC—Real-Time Clock
RTF-Rich Text Format
RTOS-Real Time Operting System


SACK-Selective Acknowledgement
SAM-Security Access Manager
SAP-Service Access Point
SCSI—Small Computer System Interface
SCTP—Stream Control Transmission Protocol
SD—Secure Digital
SDRAM—Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
SEO—Search Engine Optimization
SFTP—Simple File Transfer Protocol
SFTP—SSH File Transfer Protocol
SIM-Subscriber Identification Module
SISD—Single Instruction, Single Data
SMS—Short Message Service
SMTP—Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SNAP—Sub Network Access Protocol
SNMP—Simple Network Management Protocol
SNTP—Simple Network Time Protocol
SOAP—Simple Object Access Protocol
SQL—Structured Query Language
SRAM—Static Random Access Memory
SSD—Solid-State Drive
SSH—Secure Shell
SWF—Shock Wave Flash


TAPI-Telephony Application Program Interface
TCP—Transmission Control Protocol
TCP/IP—Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
TDI-Transport Data Interface
TFT—Thin Film Transistor
TPM-Transaction Processing monitor


UDP—User Datagram Protocol
UHF—Ultra High Frequency
UNC—Universal Naming Convention
UPS—Uninterruptible Power Supply
UML-Unified Modelling Language
UNIX-Uniplexed Informataion and Computer System
URL—Uniform Resource Locator
URN—Uniform Resource Name
USB—Universal Serial Bus
UTP—Unshielded Twisted Pair


VAN-Virtual Area Network
VB—Visual Basic
VGA—Video Graphics Adapter
VHF—Very High Frequency
VLAN—Virtual Local Area Network
VCD-Visual Compact Disk
VOD—Video On Demand
VoIP—Voice over Internet Protocol
VPN—Virtual Private Network
VLSI-Very Large Scale integrated Circuit
VRAM-Video Random Accesss Memory
VS-Visual Studio
VSNL-Videsh Sanchar Nigam LImited


W3C—World Wide Web Consortium
WAN—Wide Area Network
WAP—Wireless Access Point
WAP—Wireless Application Protocol
WCAG—Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
WLAN—Wireless Local Area Network
WMA—Windows Media Audio
WMV—Windows Media Video
WPA—Wi-Fi Protected Access
WUSB—Wireless Universal Serial Bus
WWAN—Wireless Wide Area Network
WWW—World Wide Web
WYSIWYG—What You See Is What You Get
WML-Wireless Markup Language
WORM-Write one read many
WINS-Windows internet Name service


XHTML—eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language
XML—eXtensible Markup Language
XSL—eXtensible Stylesheet Language
XSL-FO—eXtensible Stylesheet Language Formatting Objects
XSLT—eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformations
XVGA—Extended Video Graphics Adapter


Y2K—Year Two Thousand


ZIF—Zero Insertion Force
ZIP-Zero information protocol

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