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Full forms related to computer

Top 100 most asked full forms related to computer:

  1. CPU – Central Processing Unit
  2. GPU – Graphics Processing Unit
  3. RAM – Random Access Memory
  4. ROM – Read-Only Memory
  5. HDD – Hard Disk Drive
  6. SSD – Solid State Drive
  7. BIOS – Basic Input/Output System
  8. USB – Universal Serial Bus
  9. HDMI – High-Definition Multimedia Interface
  10. VGA – Video Graphics Array
  11. LAN – Local Area Network
  12. WAN – Wide Area Network
  13. WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network
  14. ISP – Internet Service Provider
  15. URL – Uniform Resource Locator
  16. HTML – Hypertext Markup Language
  17. CSS – Cascading Style Sheets
  18. PHP – Hypertext Preprocessor
  19. SQL – Structured Query Language
  20. API – Application Programming Interface
  21. SDK – Software Development Kit
  22. GUI – Graphical User Interface
  23. ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  24. JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group
  25. GIF – Graphics Interchange Format
  26. TCP/IP – Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
  27. DNS – Domain Name System
  28. HTTP – Hypertext Transfer Protocol
  29. FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  30. SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  31. POP – Post Office Protocol
  32. IMAP – Internet Message Access Protocol
  33. OS – Operating System
  34. GUI – Graphical User Interface
  35. CLI – Command Line Interface
  36. BIOS – Basic Input/Output System
  37. API – Application Programming Interface
  38. SDK – Software Development Kit
  39. JVM – Java Virtual Machine
  40. IDE – Integrated Development Environment
  41. DNS – Domain Name System
  42. DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  43. VPN – Virtual Private Network
  44. RAID – Redundant Array of Independent Disks
  45. OCR – Optical Character Recognition
  46. GUI – Graphical User Interface
  47. CLI – Command Line Interface
  48. ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  49. JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group
  50. HTML – Hypertext Markup Language
  51. CSS – Cascading Style Sheets
  52. PHP – Hypertext Preprocessor
  53. SQL – Structured Query Language
  54. XML – Extensible Markup Language
  55. JSON – JavaScript Object Notation
  56. HTTPS – Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
  57. FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  58. SSH – Secure Shell
  59. VPN – Virtual Private Network
  60. WAN – Wide Area Network
  61. LAN – Local Area Network
  62. WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network
  63. PAN – Personal Area Network
  64. MAN – Metropolitan Area Network
  65. URL – Uniform Resource Locator
  66. API – Application Programming Interface
  67. IoT – Internet of Things
  68. RFID – Radio-Frequency Identification
  69. SIM – Subscriber Identity Module
  70. BIOS – Basic Input/Output System
  71. CMOS – Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor
  72. USB – Universal Serial Bus
  73. HDMI – High-Definition Multimedia Interface
  74. VGA – Video Graphics Array
  75. DVI – Digital Visual Interface
  76. CD – Compact Disc
  77. DVD – Digital Versatile Disc
  78. Blu-ray – Blu-ray Disc
  79. CPU – Central Processing Unit
  80. GPU – Graphics Processing Unit
  81. RAM – Random Access Memory
  82. ROM – Read-Only Memory
  83. SSD – Solid State Drive
  84. HDD – Hard Disk Drive
  85. UPS – Uninterruptible Power Supply
  86. PSU – Power Supply Unit
  87. NIC – Network Interface Card
  88. BIOS – Basic Input/Output System
  89. SSH – Secure Shell
  90. TCP – Transmission Control Protocol
  91. IP – Internet Protocol
  92. MAC – Media Access Control
  93. FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  94. HTTP – Hypertext Transfer Protocol
  95. SSL – Secure Sockets Layer
  96. TLS – Transport Layer Security
  97. LAN – Local Area Network
  98. WAN – Wide Area Network
  99. VPN – Virtual Private Network
  100. IoT – Internet of Things