Toshiba Z930-S9311 User Manual

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resolution—A measure of the sharpness of the images that can be 
produced by a printer or displayed on a screen. For a printer, 
resolution is expressed in dots per inch (dpi). For a screen, it is 
expressed as the number of pixels available horizontally and 
restart—Synonymous with reboot. To reset the computer by reloading 
the operating system without turning the computer off. See also 
RGB (Red, Green, Blue) monitor—A monitor that reproduces all 
colors by mixing red, green, and blue light in various combinations.
RJ45 connector—An eight-wire connector used to connect a computer 
to a network.
ROM (Read-Only Memory)—Non-volatile memory that can be read 
but not written to. Non-volatile here means that information in ROM 
remains whether or not the computer is receiving power. This type 
of memory is used to store your computer’s BIOS, which is 
essential instructions the computer reads when you start it up. See 
also BIOS, memory. Compare RAM.
Secure Digital (SD)—A small, portable, non-volatile memory card used 
to store and transfer data between digital products, providing 
encryption capability for content security.
select—To highlight or otherwise specify text, data, or graphics with the 
intent to perform some operation on it.
shortcut—See keyboard shortcut.
Sleep—A feature of some Windows
 operating systems that allows you 
to turn off the computer without exiting your open applications and 
to continue from where you left off when you turn the computer on 
software—See program. Compare hardware.
solid state drive —A data storage device that utilizes solid-state memory 
as opposed to a hard disk (see also hard disk). Solid state drives hold 
a large amount of information and are used for storage of 
applications and data.
Start screen—Displays the new Windows
 operating system look and 
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