Here are some links to websites to help you make better sense out of the words and phrases also known as Techo-Jargon.  These websites provide dictionaries, glossaries, and searchable encyclopedias to help you interpret, translate and better understand computer lingo, jargon, acronyms, terminology, and of course, techo-speak.

What did he say?  Now you can look it up.  These links are in no special order.  If you can’t find what you’re looking for on one website, try another one.  Eventually, you “should” be able to find what you’re looking for.  If not, let us know and we can try to help you find an answer.

Thanks Ruth for your suggestion!

Wikipedia: Glossary of Computer Terms

Computer Hope: Jargon

Imagescape: Learning the Language of the Internet
Glossary, Acronym Database, Online Dictionary, Jargon

NetLingo: Internet Dictionary

PC.Net: Glossary

Technopedia: IT Dictionary

TargetTech: Technology Definitions and Cheat Sheets

TechTerms: Computer Dictionary

Webopedia: Computer Dictionary

Jon Storm: Glossary of Computer Jargon


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