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an application to create strong unique passwords so you can remember and restore them
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32-bit refers to computer architecture that stores integers, memory addresses, and other data units that are at most 32 bits (or 4 octets) wide.
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a motion picture that enhances the perception of depth
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4G - when used as a single word - stands for the forth generation of cellular wireless standards.
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Refers to 4k resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels
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Systems implemented to enable persons with various disabilities to use personal computers and access information stored or displayed on them. These disabilities include impairment of vision, hearing, …
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Can refer to several different things, your iTunes/Apple ID accounts, the accounts preference pane in System Preferences, or the Mail, Contacts, and Calendars preference pane.
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list of permissions attached to an object. It specifies which users/system processes have access to the object as well as what they are allowed to do.
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a feature that was added in iOS 7 which is intended to prevent unauthorized users from restoring the phone to factory settings to bypass any other security means that were configure…
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Microsoft's proprietary directory services system.
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Mac OS X's task manager utility application. It is used to perform different tasks on computer processes, as well as monitor system resource usage.
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refers to software or addons that block ads on websites that you are browsing
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Apple's built-in contacts manager software for Mac OS X.
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A peer to peer wireless network that does not rely on a preexisting infrastructure, such as routers or access points.
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Open source multi-protocol instant messaging client for Mac OS X, supports MSN, Jabber, Yahoo!, GTalk and other networks.
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a computer software company that develops such products as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Adobe Reader, Illustrator, and Flash.