Command Prompt, also known as MS-DOS Prompt (Windows 95 and Windows 98), is a Microsoft Windows application that allows Windows commands to be entered and executed.
Control Panel is a Microsoft Windows feature consisting of a number of utilities for configuring hardware devices and operating system services.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets is a standard from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that gives Web developers more control over how the pages of a Web site will look when displayed on a Web...
Carrier Signal (or Carrier Wave) is an alternating electromagnetic signal with a steady frequency upon which information is superimposed by some form of modulation.
Cache Server is a server used to speed corporate access to Web content on the Internet by caching the Web pages that users most frequently request.
Certificate Authority is any entity that issues digital certificates to verify the identity of users, applications, or organizations.