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add-on

a feature that can be added to a standard model or package to give increased benefits

add-on

[′ad‚ȯn]
(computer science)
A peripheral device, such as a printer or disk drive, that is added to a basic computer.

add-on

(1) Software that adds functionality to an existing application. See plug-in.

(2) Hardware that is installed into an existing system. See add-in.
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On the next window, users should scroll down and select Manage leftover add-ons.
As a result, every user will have their own unique set of add-ons, and in addition, the software will also be lighter and run better with an optimum amount of add-ons.
Etisalat's add-ons provide the flexibility to our customers to enhance their standard mobile plan.
500 for unlimited data usage, to a weekly fee of BD1 for 1GB usage along with four options for the monthly data add-ons ranging from BD2 for 1GB to BD15 for unlimited data usage.
The Season Pass promises a saving of more than 20 per cent compared to purchasing the add-ons individually.
The add-ons are compatible with both 'Unlimited Smart'[euro]oCi plans and 'SIM-only'[euro]oCi plans, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
In order to use this new feature, users need to select the new 'Add-ons' tab from within a document or spreadsheet, then hit 'get add-ons' and from there, users may use from the few dozen apps currently available in both app store and once an add-on is installed, it can be used from within any document in Google Drive, the report added.
Other bids included Castagna Construction of Newburyport at $10,721,000, with add-ons of $33,000, $72,000, $95,000 and $58,000; Nauset Construction Corp.
They explained that many WMS suppliers are offering a wide-range of available WMS add-ons, and other suppliers are developing add-on functionality to extend their current WMS offerings.
HDFC ERGO General Insurance, the 4th largest private sector general insurance company in India has included some add-ons in its Motor Insurance portfolio.
PurMotion is assembled using a central frame, with add-ons at each side and corner, allowing for up to 10 people to use it at the same time.
HTML4 has driven content on the web for many years, but it is a very basic programming language, so developers have supplemented it with add-ons such as JavaScript, Flash and Google Gears.