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Fax Service (Windows Fax and Scan)

Fax Service

Updated on: March 19, 2024

Fax Service is a service in Microsoft Windows that lets you administer fax devices on both a local machine and over the network.

Microsoft Fax Service

Microsoft Fax Service

Updated on: March 19, 2024

The Microsoft Windows Fax Service component specifies settings for faxes, including how they are sent, received, viewed, and printed. Microsoft Fax Service was also a component of Microsoft BackOffice Small Business Server that provided fax services to clients over the network.

JavaScript: representation of the dynamic and essential role of javascript in web development, surrounded by symbols that represent web technology against a futuristic backdrop.


Updated on: March 18, 2024

JavaScript is a cross-platform, object-based scripting language that is similar to C but simpler in syntax.

Key in a relational database (conceptual image

Key in a Relational Database

Updated on: March 17, 2024

Key in a Relational Database is a column (attribute) or group of columns (attributes) used to uniquely identify records in a table of a relational database such as those created and managed by Microsoft SQL Server.

Concept of an Absolute Path in computing: the essence of navigating through a computer's file system directly to a specific location, embodying the clarity and precision that absolute paths provide.

Absolute Path: Navigating Computing Systems

Updated on: March 15, 2024

Absolute Path is the hierarchical path that locates a file or folder in a file system starting from the root. The absolute path of a file enables the location of the file to be precisely specified, independent of where the user’s current directory is located.

Command Prompt

Command Prompt

Updated on: March 13, 2024

Dive into the world of the Command Prompt, from its origins to advanced functionalities. Discover the power of command-line operations and the vast capabilities of this Windows staple tool.

Microsoft Transaction Server

Navigating the Legacy of Microsoft Transaction Server: A Retrospective

Updated on: March 12, 2024

Microsoft Transaction Server was a software included in the Microsoft Windows NT Option Pack and Windows NT Server, Enterprise Edition, that provided a variety of services for component-based applications, including transaction support, security, and thread pooling.

Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC) conceptual image

Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC)

Updated on: March 12, 2024

Permanent Virtual Circuit is a form of telecommunications service for wide area networks (WANs) that provides a dedicated switched circuit between two nodes in a circuit-switched network.

Normal Backup (aka Full Backup) conceptual image

Normal Backup: The Foundation of Data Protection Strategies

Updated on: March 12, 2024

A Normal Backup is a backup type in which all the selected files and folders are backed up. Also known as full backup, this is the most secure way of backing up files and folders to tape.