||Wide Area Network. A communications network that covers a wide geographic area, such as state or country.
||Wavetable sound cards play back actual samples (real recordings) of requested instruments while FM sound cards produce sound by artifically simulating the waves of an actual sound.
||A benchmark to measure the speed of floating point operations.
|wide area network.
||A communications network that covers a wide geographic area, such as state or country.
||A benchmark test developed by Ziff Davis Labs to measure performance between PCs running a variety of widely used applications. Winstone 32 tests using 32-bit applications, while Winstone 96 uses 16-bit apps.
||A cache architechture where data is only written to main memory after it is forced out of the cache.
||(wizzy-wig) What You See Is What You Get. When what appears on the screen looks the same as what comes out of the printer.