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Other terms relating to ' computer slang':
Definitions include: a window that appears when a computer program is started, but before its main interface is displayed.
Definitions include: From "bandwidth" as a measure of the rate of data transfer ("throughput") that a digital medium can handle.
Definitions include: "technology".
Definitions include: an arm that has become sore, cramped, and / or muscular due to extended use of touch screens on computing devices.
Definitions include: a project that is capable of consuming a practically unlimited amount of time.
Definitions include: acronym for "best friend forever" or "best friends forever".
Definitions include: software that lets third parties monitor a user's activities and personal data.
Definitions include: person who engages in computer security breaching through use of widely available prepackaged exploiting utilities, for recreational purposes and without significant low-level knowledge of computer security.
Definitions include: acronym for "face the wall."
Definitions include: in a non-computing context, to search.
Definitions include: a metaphorical hammer that is wielded by operators or moderators when banning one or more users from an online community.
Definitions include: the World Wide Web.
Definitions include: acronym for "bastard operator from hell".
Definitions include: a metaphorical area that contains the underlying implementation of something - e.g. a piece of hardware, a piece of software, an idea, etc.
Definitions include: shortened version of "okay, thanks, bye."
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