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The Computer Glossary

The longest-running computer dictionary on the market. First published in 1981, the last Edition (9th Ed.) was printed in 2001. The Computer Glossary became the foundation of Computer Desktop Encyclopedia. See About this encyclopedia.
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Canolfan Bedwyr is also responsible for the Welsh-English: English-Welsh computer dictionary, CysGair, and the computer glossary of terms, Y Termiadur.
Evolving from the ground-breaking The Computer Glossary, first published in 1981 with 300 original terms, the Glossary is now in its 9th print edition.
Evolving from the award-winning Computer Glossary (currently in its eighth print edition), it was first published in 1981 and has been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, and Korean.
New appendices include Computer Glossary, Health Care Resource Organizations, and Professional Designations and Titles in the Health Sciences.
Computer Select offers sections for software product descriptions, computer company profiles, and a really handy computer glossary.
Originally published in 1981 as a 300-term compendium for the author's seminars, Alan Freedman's Computer Glossary now contains over 4,300 terms and nearly 400 photos and drawings.
The database includes abstracts of all the articles, full text of articles from 25 computer magazines, PC Magazine utility programs in binary form, PC Week's Buyer's Guide, a 3,500-term computer glossary and key industry newsletter.

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