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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Technology and Internet

Here you will learn all the essential words for talking about Technology and Internet, collected specifically for level C2 learners.

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
text to speech
[noun]
a technology that converts written text into spoken voice output
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plug and play
[noun]
a technology that allows devices to be connected to a computer system and used without requiring extensive installation or configuration
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dongle
[noun]
a small hardware device that connects to a computer, smartphone, or other electronic device to provide additional functionality
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palmtop
[noun]
a small, handheld computer that fits in the palm of one's hand
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encryption
[noun]
the process of converting data into a coded form to prevent unauthorized access
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algorithm
[noun]
a set of rules used by digital systems to decide what content to show users based on their behavior and preferences
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toggle button
[noun]
a type of switch used in user interfaces to turn a single setting on or off
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bootstrap
[noun]
a program that automatically loads and initializes the operating system on a computer
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latency
[noun]
the time it takes for data to travel from one point to another in a network
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interoperability
[noun]
the ability of different systems, software, or devices to seamlessly communicate, exchange data, and work together effectively
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application programming interface
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a set of protocols and tools that allows different software applications to communicate with each other
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bandwidth
[noun]
the maximum rate of data transfer of an electronic communication system
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local area network
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a network for communication between computers, usually within a building
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host
[noun]
a computer or device on a network that provides services, resources, or data to other computers or devices, known as clients
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courseware
[noun]
a type of educational software or online materials designed for teaching specific subjects or skills
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trojan horse
[noun]
a harmful program that pretends to be legitimate and can give unauthorized access to a device
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to configure
[verb]
to set up a system, device, software, or components in a specific way to achieve a desired functionality
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to ping
[verb]
to send a signal to a computer and wait for a reply as a way to test the connection
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augmented reality
[noun]
a technology that overlays computer-generated information, such as images or data, onto the real world, enhancing the user's perception and interaction with their environment
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to automate
[verb]
to make a process, task, or system operate automatically, often through the use of technology or machinery, reducing the need for manual intervention
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back end
[noun]
a part of a computer responsible for storing and controlling data where users cannot easily access
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front end
[noun]
a part of a computer that is easily accessible and one uses constantly
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cracker
[noun]
an individual who engages in unauthorized attempts to access computer systems, networks, or software, often with malicious intent
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