Stroke-Survivor's Pathway of Success! COMMON COMPUTER ABBREVIATIONS Up-to-Date Reference Guide to Abbreviations in Computers and Internet
By: John S. DeSousa, B.S.E.E.,M.S.E.E., (Stroke-Survivor).
This book has been written with non-technical individuals in mind, and every effort has been made to collect the most frequently used abbreviations.
In first part of this book, few hundreds of pages are dedicated to listings of abbreviations used in Computers and Internet.
In second part ten useful appendices are given as: 1. Appendix A: Electrical information to operate a computer or laptop. 2. Appendix B: SI electrical characteristic symbols. 3. Appendix C: Scientific usage of Greek Alphabet. 4. Appendix D: Decimal prefixes used in computers. 5. Appendix E: Latin and Roman numerical symbols. 6. Appendix F: "Smiley Faces" in E-mail and Newsgroup. 7. Appendix G:"Country Code E-mail" to locate origin of an E-mail. 8. Appendix H: A guide to metric measurement conversion. 9. Appendix I: US spelled words versus International English. 10.Appendix J: Inspiring and Motivation Words.
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