The world of computing can be confusing for even the most experienced geek. With so many abbreviations and new developments taking place everyday, it's useful to have a reference guide to what everything means.
VocMac is a trilingual dictionary for what the developers call "linguists and computer freaks of all kinds". VocMac features over 27,450 entries covering 540 subject matters ranging from hardware and software to multimedia and communication networks.
Many of them are a bit dated and obvious nowadays but its a useful guide for anyone new to computing or that needs a comprehensive reference guide. Searching is easy and definitions are clear and simple although there's bound to be many IT terms, especially concerning recent developments, software and products, that you won't find in it.
If you can't find a computing term on Google, then VocMac may have the answer.
- Annual update, revised and augmented, some minor modifications, mainly cosmetic