||Refers to "level 2 or secondary" cache. A type of cache that resides on the motherboard except when referring to an AMD-K6 based machine, where it resides on the processor.
||Local Area Network. Two or more computers connected by cable and using a suitable operating system and application software so they can directly share hard disks, printers, other peripherals, and files.
||A chip that performs logical operations on data.
||A series of commands that allows a person to begin using a network. Usually one of the commands involves identifying yourself as a user, and there is frequently a password.
||The reverse of login. The steps you take to stop using a network, also called terminating a session.
||Same as login.
||Same as logoff.
||Computer nerds turned conspiracy theorists. See X-files.