background program


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background program

[′bak‚grau̇nd ′prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A computer program that has low priority in a multiprogramming system.
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If we compare Christian mission to a booted-up computer, one of today's most active background programs consists of precolonial heritages passed down to postcolonized Christians.
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The mobile Pentium 4 processor-M includes the performance to run several productivity applications simultaneously while also running background programs such as encryption, compression, virus scan, client management, and Virtual Private Networks.