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All About Computer Abbreviation

What is meant by abbreviation. Complete full form of various abbreviations used in computers for various purposes.

Computer abbreviations are abbreviated versions of a variety of key software terms that are one of the most commonly asked questions in a variety of government examinations, such as those for the Bank, Insurance, SSC, and RRB.

Abbreviations starting with ‘A’

Al – Artificial intelligence

ALGOL – Algorithmic Language

ARP – Address resolution Protocol

ASP- Active Server Pages

ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange

AMR – Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec

AAC – Advanced Audio Coding

ATA – Advanced Technology Attachment

ABR – Average Bit rate

AMOLED – Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode

AMD – Advanced Micro Devices

AVI – Audio Video Interleaved

ATM – Asynchronous Transfer Mode

ANSI – American National Standard Institute

ARPANET – Advanced Research Projects Agency Network

ADSL -Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

API -Application Program Interface

ACID- Atomicity Consistency Isolation Durability


BPS – Bytes Per Second

BBP – Base band Processor

BPM – Business Process Modeling

BGP – Border Gateway Protocol

BIPS – Billion Instruction Per Second

BCR – Barcode Reader

BRD – Blu Ray Disc


CAD – Computer Aided Design

CC – Carbon Copy

COBOL – Common Business Oriented Language

CD – Compact Disc

CRT – Cathode Ray Tube

CDR – Compact Disc Recordable

CD ROM – Compact Disc Read Only Memory

CDRW – Compact Disc Rewritable

CDR/W – Compact Disk Read/Write

CUI – Character User Interface

CDMA- Code Division Multiple Access

CAN – Campus Area Network

CNM- Circulatory Network Mode


DBA – Database Administrator

DBMS – Database Management System

DNS – Domain Name System

DPI – Dots Per Inch

DRAM – Dynamic Random Access Memory

DVD – Digital Video Disc/Digital Versatile Disc

DVDR – DVD Recordable

DVD ROM – DVD Read Only Memory

DVDRW – DVD Rewritable

DVR – Digital Video Recorder

DOS – Disk Operating System

DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

DSL- Digital Subscriber Line

DHTML Dynamic HyperText Markup Language


EBCDIC – Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code

e-Commerce – Electronic Commerce

EDP – Electronic Data Processing

EEPROM – Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

ELM/e-Mail – Electronic Mail

ENIAC – Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer

EOF – End Of File

EPROM – Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

EDI – Electronic Data Interchange


FAX – Far Away Xerox/ facsimile

FDC – Floppy Disk Controller

FDD – Floppy Disk Drive

FORTRAN – Formula Translation

FS – File System

FTP – File Transfer Protocol

FIFO – First In First Out

FAT – File Allocation Table


GPRS – General Packet Radio Service

GPS – Global Positioning System

GUI – Graphical User Interface

Gb – Gigabit

GB – Gigabyte

GIF – Graphics Interchange Format

GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication

GIGO – Garbage in Garbage Out


HDD – Hard Disk Drive

HP – Hewlett Packard

HTML – HyperText Markup Language

HTTP – HyperText Transfer Protocol

HTTPS – HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure

HDMI – High Definition Multimedia Interface

HDTV – High Definition Television

HVD – Holographic Versatile Disc


INTEL – Integrated Electronics

IP – Internet Protocol.

ISP – Internet Service Provider.

IMAP- Internet Message Access Protocol

IVR- Interactive Voice Response

ICANN – Internet Corporation of Assign Names & Numbers

ISDN – Integrated Services Digital Network

ISO- International Standard Organization/International Org for Standardization


JAD – Java Application Descriptor

JPEG – Joint Photographic Expert Group


Kb – Kilobit

KB – Kilobyte

KHz – Kilohertz

Kbps – Kilobit Per Second


LED – Light Emitting Diode

LCD – Liquid Crystal Display

LIFO- Last In First Out


Mb – Megabit

MB – Megabyte

MPEG – Moving Picture Experts Group

MMS – Multimedia Message Service

MICR – Magnetic Ink Character reader

MIPS – Million Instructions Per Second

MIME – Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension

MIDI – Musical Instrument Digital Interface


NAT – Network Address Translation

NIC – Network Interface Card

NOS – Network Operating System

NTP – Network Time Protocol


OMR – Optical Mark Reader

OOP – Object-Oriented Programming

OSS – Open Source Software

OCR – Optical Character Reader / Recognition


P2P – Peer-to-peer

PDA – Personal digital assistant.

PDF – Portable Document Format

PNG – Portable Network Graphics

POS – Point Of Sale

PPP – Point-to-Point Protocol

PROM – Programmable Read Only Memory

PSTN – Public Switched Telephone Network

PING – Packet Internet Gopher

PAN- Personal Area Network

PCB – Printed Circuit Board

PCB – Printed Circuit Board


RAM – Random Access Memory

ROM – Read Only Memory

RDBMS – Relational Database Management System

RIP – Routing Information Protocol


SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

SQL – Structured Query Language

SRAM – Static Random Access Memory

SNMP – Simple Network Management Protocol

SIM – Subscriber Identification Module

SMPS – Switch Mode Power Supply


UPS – Uninterrupted Power Supply

URI – Uniform Resource Identifier

URL – Uniform Resource Locator

USB – Universal Serial Bus

ULSI – Ultra Large Scale Integration

UNIVAC – Universal Automatic Computer

VIRUS – Vital Information Resource Under Seized

VOIP – Voice Over Internet Protocol

VAR – Variable

VGA – Video Graphics Array

VSNL – Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited



WAIS – Wide-Area Information Server.

Wi-Fi – Wireless Fidelity

WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network

WPA – Wi-Fi Protected Access

WWW – World Wide Web

WORM – Write Once Read Many

WBMP – Wireless Bitmap Image

WMA – Windows Media Audio

WMV – Windows Media Video

WIMAX- Worldwide Interoperability


The topic has a collection of significant computer abbreviations in this post, covering computer terminologies, protocols, technology, network, memory, and database terminology, as well as language, interface terms, Server, input-output devices short form, and more.

A collection of several computer acronyms or short forms is provided here, along with the full form for easier comprehension.


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What is the full form of OMR?

OMR – Optical Mark Reader

What is the full form of WORM?

WORM – Write Once Read Many