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What Is Beta Testing?

Have you discovered an application you use has a “beta version” or features that are “in beta?” Beta testing is a crucial part of what makes the software we use daily stable and user-friendly. Here’s how it works….

What Is a WYSIWYG Editor?

WYSIWYG seems like a long acronym, but it’s an essential element of modern user interfaces. Here’s what it means and where you can see it on the internet.

What Is HTML?

Since the beginning of the internet, HTML has been crucial to making the world wide web work and appear the way we want it to. Let’s take a look at what HTML is and how it turns into the pages you see every day….

What Does “ROFL” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

If you say something funny in the group chat, someone might reply with “ROFL!” What does this acronym mean, and how is it different from LOL? We’ll take a look at the term, its origins, and how you can use it in your own conv…

What Does “TBF” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

Did you see someone say “TBF” in an enlightening internet debate? No, TBF doesn’t mean “total brain fart,” although you’d be forgiven for having one if you don’t recognize this initialism. Here’s what TBF means and how to use…

What Is a Markup Language?

Markup languages are the invisible backbone of many things we do on a computer, like sending messages, viewing documents, and browsing the internet. Here’s a brief look at what they do.

What Is Dual-Channel Memory?

Computer-building guides often tell you to run your PC’s RAM in “dual-channel” mode. What exactly does that mean, and how does it benefit your system? Read on to find out.

What Is a Web Font?

Did you know that your web browser is automatically downloading and using fonts that aren’t installed on your system? Web fonts help the pages you browse every day look better. Here’s what they are and how they work….
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