Windows NT was Microsoft’s most popular operating system for all types of networks ranging from workgroups to enterprise-level installations.
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Windows for Workgroups 3.11 was a version of Microsoft Windows 3.1 released in 1994 that includes integrated networking components.
Windows 3.1 is the GUI-based operating system from Microsoft that made personal computers easier and more fun to use.
Wireless Application Protocol, or WAP, is a set of technologies developed by a consortium of mobile telephony equipment vendors that is designed to bring Web content to wireless handheld...
Well-known port numbers are port numbers for Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or User Datagram Protocol (UDP) that have been assigned to specific TCP/IP applications or services by the Internet...
World Wide Web Publishing Service is a component of Internet Information Services (IIS) on Microsoft Windows Server Operating Systems that allows users to publish Web content for use on the Internet.