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User Account Control (UAC) protects a PC from being damaged by malware.
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The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus system for connecting a computer to external devices.
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With DFS, a Wi-Fi can perform an automatic channel change if another device is detected on the channel in use.
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The aim of WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is to simplify the addition of devices to an existing Wi-Fi network.
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The MAC address is the hardware address of each network adapter, which serves as a identifier in a computer network.
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A MAC filter is a network access protection that only allows devices with a MAC address to access the network.
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The product key activates the Windows-version.
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ShowKeyPlus is a service program to read out Windows product information.
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DisplayPort is a standardised, universal and licence-free connection for the transmission of digital image and sound signals.
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In information technology cache refers to a fast buffer memory.
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Component Object Model (COM) is a technique developed by Microsoft to exchange information between processes in Windows.
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The operating system is the interface between operator and hardware.
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The BIOS (basic input/output system) is the firmware on x86 PCs.
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DISM is a Software-Tool.
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The diskpart command interpreter helps you to manage your computer's drives.
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Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) is a driver architecture for graphics card drivers.
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Extreme Memory Profiles are supposed to improve the utilization of the memory speed.
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An IGP performs the same tasks as a separate graphics card.
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An EC is an IC that controls various low-level tasks in a system.
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M.2 is a specification from 2013 for internally mounted computer expansion cards and associated connectors.
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