الصفحة الرئيسية
الشركة
الحلول
المشاريع


مركز المعلومات   
الأسئلة التكرارية      
دليل استخدام لوحة التحكم     
شرح بالصور     
مركز التحميل     
مصطلحات الإنترنت     
روابط مفيدة     
بطاقات الدعم الفني    
فتح بطاقة جديدة     
فحص بطاقة سابقة     
مصطلحات الإنترنت
هنا ستجد وصفاً دقيقاً لمعظم مصطلحات الكمبيوتر والإنترنت شيوعاً بين المستخدمين.

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Ecash
Developed by DigiCash and the Mark Twain Bank, ecash is the ability to use real money in an electronic purchasing system over the World Wide Web. The process involves you sending a check to Mark Twain Bank which in turn sends you software that gives you access to the ecash Mint where you draw funds to your hard drive for use when purchasing goods and services on the Internet.
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E-Commerce - Electronic Commerce
Quite simply, it means conducting business online. In the traditional sense of selling goods, it is possible to do this electronically because of certain software programs that run the main functions of an e-commerce Web site, such as product display, online ordering, and inventory management. The software, which works in conjunction with online payment systems to process payments, resides on a commerce server. The definition of e-commerce has expanded to include all kinds of commercial online transactions, like selling products via credit cards, charging for advertising on a high-traffic Web site, or trading stock in your brokerage account -- practically any way a company can derive revenue online is thought of as e-commerce.
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E-mail - Electronic Mail
E-mail is the sending and receiving of messages, usually text, from one computer to another using e-mail software.
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Encryption
A way of making data unreadable to everyone except the receiver, encryption is an increasingly common way of sending credit card numbers over the Internet when conducting commercial transactions.
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Ethernet
A widespread networking scheme rated at 10 Mbs (megabits per second).
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Extensions
The characters after the dot in a file's name are considered its extension. This is used to determine how the file is formatted and viewed. For example a file named netlingo.html means that the file is coded in HTML and therefore must be viewed with a compatible program such as a Web browser in order to see it properly. On the Internet you will come across many different file extensions such as .dcr, .mov, .avi and .au. In order to properly handle these files your browser must be configured to recognize these extensions.
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