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helpful ackronyms

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what are some helpful ackronyms in the it feild and some command propt unpulished commands

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by Kiltie In reply to helpful ackronyms

It looks like you need a Spell Checker most of all (no offense), here is an online spell checker:

http://www.spellcheck.net/

If you have Windows, you can download a very small FREE program to check spelling from:

http://tinyspell.m6.net/

The neat thing about this program is that it can check spelling "on the fly" (as you type) as well as checking the contents of the clipboard, if you want to check a lot at once, it doesn't "do" documents, but these two methods suffice. It defaults to a standard US dictionary, but you can "teach" it how to spell correctly in your language, as well as adding your own idiomatic words and jargon etc.

Now to your questions:

You can get acronyms from:

http://www.acronymfinder.com/

Note that you can filter results for Information Technology (IT) or other fields. Just click on the new: preferences link next to the search box to specify them.

Not sure what you mean by "unpulished commands" (unpublished?) but here is An A-Z Index of the Windows NT/XP command line

http://www.ss64.com/nt/

Hope this satisfies your needs, please let us know if has been useful.

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