The place on a website or email server where you find old articles, stories, emails etc.
A file which is 'attached' and sent with a standard text email message. Often photographs or Word documents are attached to emails.
A technical term for copying files onto disk or CD-ROM for safe keeping so that they are kept in more than one place.
Means Blind carbon copy. The Bcc box allows you to send an email to more than one person but their email addresses are hidden from other recipients. Highly recommended if sending or forwarding emails to more than one person.
A permanent high-speed internet connection. It receives digital information at about 100 times faster than a dial-up modem and is "always-on".
A program you use to view web pages and 'browse' websites. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are three of the most popular browsers.
Errors in a software or web page that can make it
When your computer temporarily stops working. It may pause or 'freeze' up, or tell you to restart or show you a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) with error messages in white letters.
The flashing vertical line on the screen that shows you where you are and where the next character you type will appear.
|Cut and Paste||
Selecting text, images or files and deleting them from one place while putting them in another.
Cut: Select the required text or image and press Ctrl + X or Right click with the mouse and select Cut.
Paste: Click on the place where you would like to paste and press Ctrl + V or Right click with the mouse and select Paste.
Domain names are used to identify one or more IP addresses and they are much easier to remember compared to IP addresses.
Getting a file onto your computer from a website or another computer on the internet.