Jevon's Win10 Chapter 2



Key Terms Definitons
Library a collection of programs and software packages made generally available, often loaded and stored on disk for immediate use.
Startup RAM Startup memory is the memory that is required to start the VM. Minimum memory is the memory that will be needed by the VM at any point of time for it to function.
Guest Account A default set of permissions and privileges given to non-registered users of a system or service.
Power Plan A power plan is a collection of hardware and system settings that manages how computers use and conserve power.
Host store (a website or other data) on a server or other computer so that it can be accessed over the internet.
Hyper V Manager It performs the most basic VM CRUD functions—create, read (or retrieve), update and delete virtual machines.
Music Library If you want to organize the music you have on CDs or on your computer into one folder so that you can quickly find what you want to listen to, you must make a music library.
Documents Library A document library provides a secure place to store files where you and your co-workers can find them easily, work on them together, and access them from any device at any time.
Microsoft Management Console(MMC) You use Microsoft Management Console (MMC) to create, save and open administrative tools, called consoles, which manage the hardware, software, and network components of your Microsoft Windows operating system.
Administrative Tools Administrative Tools is a folder in Control Panel that contains tools for system administrators and advanced users.
Hypervisor a program used to run and manage one or more virtual machines on a computer.
Sleep Mode a power-saving mode of operation in which devices or parts of devices are switched off until needed.
Dynamic Memory dynamic memory allocation refers to performing manual memory management for dynamic memory allocation in the C programming language via a group of functions in the C standard library, namely malloc, realloc, calloc and free.
Video Library A video library is an owned video channel to help you manage all of all video content.
Checkpoint A method of recovering from a system failure.
Live Preview Live preview is a feature that allows a digital camera's display screen to be used as a viewfinder.
Desktop a computer suitable for use at an ordinary desk.
PIN An abbreviated password from four to six digits.
Elevated Permission Elevated privileges is when a user is granted the ability to do more than a standard user.
Control Panel A software control panel is a screen dashboard that presents to the user any combination of buttons, check boxes, submenus and input fields for configuring applications, the operating system and the hardware.

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