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Part: 6 Windows XP on the Network > The Jargon Jar: The Complete Archive - Pg. 390

The Jargon Jar: The Complete Archive 390 USB (Universal Serial Bus) A relatively new way to connect all kinds of devices--including keyboards, mice, speakers, printers, modems, and network cards--to a PC. Most new computers have one or two USB ports into which these devices connect. video adapter An internal circuit board that grabs display instructions from the processor and then tells the monitor what to show on the screen. wallpaper An image or design that covers the screen background. wave file A standard Windows sound file. Web browser A program that you use to surf sites on the World Wide Web. The browser that comes with Windows XP is called Internet Explorer. Web page A document on the Web that contains text, images, and usually a few links. WebView panel A panel that appears on the left side of a folder window and that contains links to common tasks and locations related to that folder or its contents. workgroup In a large network, a group of related computers. In a small network, all the computers. Zip drive A special disk drive that uses portable disks (a little smaller than a Jaz drive disk) that hold 100 or 250 megabytes of data.