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  • Windows Internet Naming Service - Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS), part of the Microsoft Windows NT and 2000 Servers, manages the association of workstation names and locations with Internet Protocol addresses (IP addresses) without the user or an administrator having to be involved in each configuration change.
  • Windows key (Winkey) - The Windows key (Winkey) is a relatively new keyboard key sporting a specially-designed Microsoft Windows logo.
  • Windows Live SkyDrive - Windows Live SkyDrive is a free online file storage system from Microsoft.
  • Windows Management Instrumentation - Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) is a set of specifications from Microsoft for consolidating the management of devices and applications in a network from Windows computing systems.
  • Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) - Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) is a set of specifications from Microsoft for consolidating the management of devices and applications in a network from Windows computing systems.
  • Windows Management Instrumentation Command line (WMIC) - The Windows Management Instrumentation Command line (WMIC) is a software utility intended to help IT staffers retrieve information contained within the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) architecture of almost any Microsoft operating system, starting with Windows XP.
  • Windows Me - Windows Me (Millenium Edition) is an operating system from Microsoft released commercially September 14, 2000.
  • Windows Media Player - Windows Media Player (WMP) is a software application from Microsoft used to play, store and organize digital audio, images and video.
  • Windows Media Player (WMP) - Windows Media Player (WMP) is a software application from Microsoft used to play, store and organize digital audio, images and video.
  • Windows Mixed Reality - Windows Mixed Reality is a Microsoft platform for virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR).
  • Windows NT - Windows NT is a Microsoft Windows personal computer operating system designed for users and businesses needing advanced capability.
  • Windows Phone - x.
  • Windows Phone 7 - Windows Phone 7 is a Microsoft operating system for smartphones.
  • Windows Presentation Foundation - Windows Presentation Foundation, or WPF, is Microsoft's development tool for Web applications and rich client applications.
  • Windows Process Activation Service (WPAS) - Windows Process Activation Service (WAS) is a tool for managing worker processes that contain applications that host Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services.
  • Windows Product Activation - Windows Product Activation (WPA) is the mandatory product registration system included in Microsoft's Windows XP, Office XP, and recent Office products (such as Word 2002 or Excel 2002) as a means of enforcing compliance with the company's End User License Agreement (EULA).
  • Windows reboot loop - A reboot loop (or boot loop) occurs when a Windows device unexpectedly restarts at some point during its otherwise normal startup process.
  • Windows Registry Editor (regedit) - Windows Registry Editor is an operating system tool IT administrators can use to make changes to Windows Registry.
  • Windows Remote Desktop - Windows Remote Desktop is a program that allows the user to connect to a computer in another location and interact with it as if it were local.
  • Windows Remote Management - Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is a feature of Windows Vista that allows administrators to remotely run management scripts.
  • Windows Remote Management (WinRM) - Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is a feature of Windows Vista that allows administrators to remotely run management scripts.
  • Windows RT - Windows RT (for "Runtime") is a version of Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system (OS) designed for mobile devices, particularly tablet PCs.
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 - Windows Server 2008 R2 is a server operating system developed by Microsoft, which builds on the enhancements built into Windows Server 2008.
  • Windows Server 2012 (WS 2012) - Windows Server 2012, formerly codenamed Windows Server 8, is the latest version of Windows Server.
  • Windows Server Backup - Windows Server Backup is a feature that offers backup and recovery options for Windows Server environments.
  • Windows Server Client Access License (CAL) - A Windows Server Client Access License (CAL) is a license that gives a user or device the right to access services from a server running the Windows Server operating system.
  • Windows Server Core - Windows Server Core is a minimal installation option for the Windows Server operating system (OS) that has no GUI and only includes the components required to perform server roles and run applications.
  • Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) - Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) is a feature of the Windows Server platform for improving the high availability (HA) of applications and services.
  • Windows Server Update Services - Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is a Windows server role that can plan, manage and deploy updates, patches and hotfixes for Windows servers, client operating systems and other Microsoft software.
  • Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) - Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is a Windows server role that can plan, manage and deploy updates, patches and hotfixes for Windows servers, client operating systems and other Microsoft software.
  • Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) - Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) is a portal-based platform for creating, managing and sharing documents and customized Web services.
  • Windows SharePoint Server - Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) is a portal-based platform for creating, managing and sharing documents and customized Web services.
  • Windows Sharepoint Services - Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) is a portal-based platform for creating, managing and sharing documents and customized Web services.
  • Windows Storage Server 2012 - Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2012 (WSS 2012) is a platform for network-attached storage (NAS ) appliances and iSCSI storage systems.
  • Windows Storage Spaces - Windows Storage Spaces is a feature in Microsoft Windows Server 2012 that is used to virtualize and provision storage.
  • Windows Store - Windows Store is the online marketplace for Windows 8 and Windows RT users to purchase and download apps.
  • Windows Sysinternals - Windows Sysinternals is a suite of more than 70 freeware utilities that was initially developed by Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell that is used to monitor, manage and troubleshoot the Windows operating system, and which Microsoft now owns and hosts on its TechNet site.
  • Windows Thin PC - Windows Thin PC (WinTPC)  is a stripped down version of Windows 7 for legacy PCs that do not have the resources to support a full version of Windows 7.
  • Windows To Go - Windows To Go is a feature of the Windows 8 Enterprise operating system that allows it to be copied to a portable USB storage device.
  • Windows Update Services - Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is a Windows server role that can plan, manage and deploy updates, patches and hotfixes for Windows servers, client operating systems and other Microsoft software.
  • Windows Workflow Foundation - Windows Workflow Foundation (WF or WinWF) is Microsoft's programming model for building workflow-enabled applications in the Windows operating system.
  • Windows XP Mode - Windows XP Mode is a feature of the Windows 7 operating system that allows it to run applications that are only compatible with Windows XP.
  • Wine - Wine is open source software that allows Microsoft Windows applications to be run on x86 processor-based Unix-like systems, including Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris.
  • Wine is not an emulator - Wine is open source software that allows Microsoft Windows applications to be run on x86 processor-based Unix-like systems, including Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris.
  • WinFS - The Windows File System (WFS) is Microsoft's new storage system for its upcoming SQL server release.
  • WinFX - .NET 3.
  • wink release - In telecommunications, a wink is a signal in the form of a brief interruption in an otherwise continuous signal.
  • winnowing - Chaffing and winnowing are dual components of a privacy-enhancement scheme that does not require encryption.
  • WinNuke - A "blue bomb" (also known as "WinNuke") is a technique for causing the Windows operating system of someone you're communicating with to crash or suddenly terminate.
  • WinPE (Microsoft Windows Preinstallation Environment) - WinPE, also called the Microsoft Windows Preinstallation Environment, is a simplified operating system based on a version of the Windows kernel.
  • WinRM - Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is a feature of Windows Vista that allows administrators to remotely run management scripts.
  • WINS - Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS), part of the Microsoft Windows NT and 2000 Servers, manages the association of workstation names and locations with Internet Protocol addresses (IP addresses) without the user or an administrator having to be involved in each configuration change.
  • Winsock - Winsock is a programming interface and the supporting program that handles input/output requests for Internet applications in a Windows operating system.
  • Wintel - Wintel is a computer trade industry term for personal computers based on the Intel microprocessor and one of the Windows operating system from Microsoft.
  • WinWF - Windows Workflow Foundation (WF or WinWF) is Microsoft's programming model for building workflow-enabled applications in the Windows operating system.
  • WinZip - WinZip is a Windows program that lets you archive and compress files so that you can store or distribute them more efficiently.
  • WIP - Work in progress (WIP), also called work in process, is inventory that has begun the manufacturing process and is no longer included in raw materials inventory but is not yet a completed product.
  • WIP limit - A WIP (work in progress) limit is a strategy for preventing bottlenecks in software development.
  • wipe - Wipe, in a computing context, means to erase all data on a hard drive to render it unreadable.
  • Wipro Technologies (Wipro Limited) - Wipro Technologies, also known as Wipro Limited, is an India-based software and technology services provider that targets the global market.
  • WIPS (wireless intrusion prevention system) - A wireless intrusion prevention system (WIPS) is a dedicated security device or integrated software application that monitors a wireless LAN network's radio spectrum for rogue access points and other wireless threats.
  • wire gauges - American Wire Gauge (AWG) is the standard way to denote wire size in North America.
  • Wired Equivalent Privacy - Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is a security protocol, specified in the IEEE Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) standard, 802.
  • Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) - Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is a security protocol, specified in the IEEE Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) standard, 802.
  • Wired for Management - Wired for Management (WfM) is a specification from Intel that allows the performance of certain computer configuration and maintenance functions over a network or dial-up connection.
  • wireframe - A wireframe is a black and white line drawing that's used in early-stage web design to provide stakeholders with a visual representation of a web page's layout and information architecture.
  • wireless - Wireless is a term used to define telecommunication and data transmission without wires.
  • Wireless Abstract XML - Wireless Abstract XML (WAX) is an abstract markup language and associated tools that facilitate wireless application development.
  • wireless ad hoc network (WANET) - A wireless ad hoc network (WANET) is a type of local area network (LAN) that is built spontaneously to enable two or more wireless devices to be connected to each other without requiring typical network infrastructure equipment, such as a wireless router or access point.
  • Wireless Application Protocol - Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is a specification for a set of communication protocols to standardize the way that wireless devices, such as cellular telephones and radio transceivers, can be used for internet access, including email, the web, newsgroups and instant messaging.
  • Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) - Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is a specification for a set of communication protocols to standardize the way that wireless devices, such as cellular telephones and radio transceivers, can be used for internet access, including email, the web, newsgroups and instant messaging.
  • wireless application service provider - WASP is also an acronym for the Web Standards Project.
  • wireless ASP - WASP is also an acronym for the Web Standards Project.
  • wireless backhaul - Wireless backhaul is the use of wireless communication systems to transport data between the internet and subnetworks.
  • Wireless Bitmap - A Wireless Bitmap (WBMP) is a graphic image format for use when sending Web content to handheld wireless devices.
  • wireless blanket - A Stratellite is a rigid framed airship that hovers in a fixed position in the lower stratosphere and carries one or more repeaters to create wireless communication networks.
  • wireless broadband - Wireless broadband (WiBB) is high-speed internet and data service delivered through a wireless local area network (WLAN) or wireless wide area network (WWAN).
  • wireless broadband (WiBB) - Wireless broadband (WiBB) is high-speed internet and data service delivered through a wireless local area network (WLAN) or wireless wide area network (WWAN).
  • wireless cable - Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service (MMDS) is a broadcasting and communications service that operates in the ultra-high-frequency (UHF) portion of the radio spectrum between 2.
  • wireless charging - Wireless charging is any of several methods of charging batteries without the use of cables.
  • wireless distribution system - A wireless distribution system (WDS) is a method of interconnecting access points (AP) in a wireless local area network (WLAN).
  • wireless distribution system (WDS) - A wireless distribution system (WDS) is a method of interconnecting access points (AP) in a wireless local area network (WLAN).
  • wireless fidelity - Wi-Fi is the popular term for high-frequency wireless local area network (WLAN) technology and a standard that has gained acceptance in many companies as an alternative to a wired LAN.
  • wireless fidelity - Wireless fidelity is frequently thought to be the full version of Wi-Fi, which refers to any of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) 802.
  • Wireless Gateways - A wireless router is a device in a WLAN (wireless local area network) that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded toward its destination.
  • wireless inductive charging - Inductive charging is a wireless charging method used for charging mid-sized items such as cell phones, MP3 players and PDAs.
  • wireless internet service provider - A wireless Internet service provider (WISP) is an Internet service provider (ISP) that allows subscribers to connect to a server at designated hot spots (access points) using a wireless connection such as Wi-Fi.
  • wireless ISP - A wireless Internet service provider (WISP) is an Internet service provider (ISP) that allows subscribers to connect to a server at designated hot spots (access points) using a wireless connection such as Wi-Fi.
  • wireless ISP (wireless Internet service provider or WISP) - A wireless Internet service provider (WISP) is an Internet service provider (ISP) that allows subscribers to connect to a server at designated hot spots (access points) using a wireless connection such as Wi-Fi.
  • wireless LAN - A wireless LAN is one in which a mobile user can connect to a local area network (LAN) through a wireless (radio) connection.
  • Wireless LAN Routers - A wireless router is a device in a WLAN (wireless local area network) that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded toward its destination.
  • wireless local area network - A wireless LAN is one in which a mobile user can connect to a local area network (LAN) through a wireless (radio) connection.
  • Wireless Local Area Network Routers - A wireless router is a device in a WLAN (wireless local area network) that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded toward its destination.
  • wireless local number portability - Wireless number portability is the ability of a mobile customer to retain the same phone number when they switch carriers; wireline-to-wireless number portability allows customers to switch from their landline telephone service to a wireless provider while retaining the same telephone number.
  • Wireless Markup Language - WML (Wireless Markup Language), formerly called HDML (Handheld Devices Markup Languages), is a language that allows the text portions of Web pages to be presented on cellular telephones and personal digital assistants (PDAs) via wireless access.
  • wireless medical telemetry service - WMTS (wireless medical telemetry services) is the remote monitoring of a patient's physiological parameters, such as pulse and respiration rates, with radio technology.
  • wireless medical telemetry services - WMTS (wireless medical telemetry services) is the remote monitoring of a patient's physiological parameters, such as such as pulse and respiration rates, with radio technology.
  • wireless medical telemetry services (WMTS) - WMTS (wireless medical telemetry services) is the remote monitoring of a patient's physiological parameters, such as such as pulse and respiration rates, with radio technology.
  • wireless mesh network - A wireless mesh network (WMN) is a mesh network created through the connection of wireless access point (WAP) nodes installed at each network user's locale.
  • wireless mesh network (WMN) - A wireless mesh network (WMN) is a mesh network created through the connection of wireless access point (WAP) nodes installed at each network user's locale.
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