Byte: the smallest unit of information meaningful to a computer, usually equal to one character.

Hardware: a computer’s components: keyboard, monitor, memory chips, processor, power supply, printer, etc.

Hypertext: a computer technique that links a series of related texts and graphics and allows for swift movement between them.

Megabyte [Mb]: a measure of computer’s storage capacity; 1,048,576 bytes.

Software: the instructions designed to be carried out by a computer; also called a computer program.

Windows: discrete sections of a computer screen, each of which may be used to display information from different files, or parts of files, simultaneously.