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Client

In client/server computing, desktop computers (laptop) called clients are networked to powerful server computers that provide the client computers with a varity of services and capabilities. The client is the user point of entry to the network, whereas the server typically processes and stores shared data.

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glossary/c/client.txt · Last modified: 2014/10/19 13:28 (external edit)