program compatibility

program compatibility

[′prō·grəm kəm‚pad·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(computer science)
The type of compatibility shared by two computers that can process the identical program or programs written in the same source language or machine language.
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Yet they ignore lead-ins and program compatibility at their peril.
If a program written for an earlier version of Windows doesn't run correctly, use the Program Compatibility Wizard to change the compatibility settings for the program.
HP designed their Integrity Superdome Servers to provide unlimited program compatibility by giving them the ability to run multiple operating systems simultaneously.
Today's presentations necessitate new rhetoric, contextual references, program compatibility, and concentric circles of effect.
Program compatibility is the concept of piggybacking advocacy efforts for the gifted using the programs that already exist within a school or school district.
a program compatibility database that lets users determine if a Windows program is likely to work with WinOnX and if there are any known issues
Program compatibility database lets users know if application will run before purchase
The IDT audio portfolio includes devices which integrate from 2 to 10 channels of audio along with advanced technologies such as integrated digital microphone interface, analog mixer, ADAT([R])optical interface, and more; while achieving the audio fidelity required for advanced Windows Logo Program compatibility.
Turbolinux has preinstalled SpecOps' David software application in the FUJI platform to respond to market demand for Windows program compatibility on open source Linux systems.
Fusion EX also provides program compatibility utilizing LTX's established enVision device oriented programming environment.
We originally developed our family of Crusoe microprocessors for lightweight notebook computers and other mobile computing devices, but we have developed and are continuing to develop microprocessors suitable for a variety of existing and emerging end markets in which x86 program compatibility and energy and thermal efficiency are desirable.
Transmeta is the developer of the Crusoe and Efficeon processors for lightweight notebook computers, mobile computing devices, and embedded systems, and continues to develop microprocessors suitable for a variety of existing and emerging end markets in which x86 program compatibility and energy and thermal efficiency are desirable.

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