Category: Letter H

  • Hive (registry)

    Hive (registry)

    A hive is a logical group of keys, subkeys, and values in the registry that has a set of supporting files containing backups of its data.

  • Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)

    Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)

    HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is a formatting or markup language used to create documents for the World Wide Web.

  • HSCSD: High Speed Circuit Switched Data

    HSCSD: High Speed Circuit Switched Data

    Let’s jump into our digital time machine and discover the roots of our current mobile internet – it’s a tale of innovation, challenges, and groundbreaking achievements that shaped the world of telecommunications!

  • High Performance File System (HPFS)

    High Performance File System (HPFS)

    HPFS, or High Performance File System, is a disk file system designed for version 1.2 of the Microsoft/IBM OS/2 operating system as a successor to the file allocation table (FAT) file system used by MS-DOS.

  • Hidden Share

    Hidden Share

    Hidden Share, in Microsoft Windows operating systems, is a share with a dollar sign ($) appended to the share name.

  • Heterogeneous Network

    Heterogeneous Network

    Heterogeneous Network is a network that uses multiple network architectures and operating systems.

  • Helper Server

    Helper Server

    Explore the evolution of Helper Servers from Microsoft’s Systems Management Server (SMS) to today’s server management solutions. Learn why these servers were crucial in past infrastructures and how modern alternatives have taken over.

  • Mastering the F1 Key: Contextual Help in Windows Applications

    Mastering the F1 Key: Contextual Help in Windows Applications

    We will explore not only its basic function but also the intricate ways in which it delivers contextual help, enhancing our computing experience.

  • Heartbeat


    Explore the different types and roles of heartbeat mechanisms in computer networking. From high-availability systems to real-time applications, understand why this simple yet crucial signal is fundamental in maintaining network health.

  • Header (Packet)

    Header (Packet)

    The Header is the initial portion of a packet or a frame. The header contains control information such as addressing, routing, and protocol version.

  • H Channel (ISDN)

    H Channel (ISDN)

    Explore the high-capacity world of H Channels in ISDN: Dive deep into their structure, functionality, and impact on digital communications

  • Hashing Algorithm

    Hashing Algorithm

    Hashing Algorithm is a mathematical procedure that takes the information contained in files and scrambles it to create a fixed-length string of numbers and characters called a hash.