Websites that feature comprehensive glossaries of computer terms include PC.net and ComputerHope.com. The Technology section of WhatIs.com allows visitors to look up the meaning of computer terms related to various topics, including networking, security and data management.
By navigating to PC.net and clicking on the Glossary tab, users gain access to an alphabetized list of the most common computer terms. Clicking on a link for a specific term opens a new page that contains a detailed explanation of that term. In case a user cannot find the desired computer term on the main list, he can click on the More link next to one of the letters to peruse short descriptions of every computer term that starts with the selected letter. Within the same page, PC.net provides information that explains file extensions, emoticons and chat acronyms.
ComputerHope.com allows users to navigate the glossary by selecting one of the available categories, including terms related to operating systems, Internet, hardware and printers, among others. By selecting a specific term, users get an explanation and links to related computer terms. Similar to the other two, the Technology section of WhatIs.com lets users search for computer terms directly via the search field on its home page. It also features a Word of the Day section and offers a list of the most recent additions to the glossary relative to the date of visiting the website.