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What is Facebook?
Facebook is a social network service and website launched in February 2004 that is operated and privately owned by Facebook, Inc. As of July 2010 Facebook has more than 500 million active users.
What is a FAQ?
A FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) is a list of frequently asked questions and answers.
What is a Favicon?
Favicon.ico (Favorite icon) is a customized image that Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.0 and above uses, if it is available, as an icon to go with a user-specified bookmarked site on the Links bar at the top of a Web browser window.
What are Favorites?
Favorites are a method of recording the address of a file or Web page for later reference in the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.
What is FFA?
FFA (Free For All) is a links page where anyone can add a link.
What is a Finger?
Finger is a program that tells you the name associated with an email address.
What is a Firewall?
Firewall is aet of related programs used to prevent unauthorized outsiders from accessing the local network.
What is a Flame?
Flame is angry, inflammatory, or insulting message sent via email, or posting to a forum or newsgroup.
What is Flame War?
Flame war is an exchange of angry, inflammatory, or insulting messages between Internet users.
What is Flash?
Flash is a popular authoring software developed by Macromedia. It's used to design and deliver low-bandwidth animations, presentations, applications, and Web sites. To view a Flash file, users have to install the Macromedia Flash player
What is a Footer?
A footer is often used to refer to the bottom part of a Web page.
What is Foursquare?
Foursquare is a location-based social networking website and software for mobile devices. Users 'check-in' at venues using a mobile website, text messaging or a device-specific application. They are then awarded points and sometimes 'badges'.
What are Frames?
Frames allow you to present Web pages in multiple, independent windows or subwindows, where certain information can be kept visible, while content in the other windows are scrolled or replaced.
What is Freeware?
Freeware is free software that the author has been made available to the public domain, typically with no restrictions on its use or distribution.
What is Front-End?
Front-end is an application that Web users interact with directly. For example, a search form is the front-end of a search engine.
What is FTP?
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a method of transferring files, such as Web pages, over the Internet. Typically used to upload Web pages and images to a host server. The server then serves the pages to users requesting it over the Internet.
What is FTP Server?
A FTP server is a computer on the Internet that store files for transmission by FTP.