Computer Terms and Their "Unofficial" Meaning New to computing? Finding some of the jargon confusing? Here's a short glossary that might help. Cache: ("cash") What you will need lots of to buy a computer. 32 bits. What you will smash your computer into when it loses all your files. Cursor: Someone trying to install Windows 95. CAD: The unscrupulous salesmen who sold you the computer. Boot: What you would like to do to guy who sold you the system. Backup: What the salesman calls for when you come back to the shop. Bus: Something that programmers should be run over by. Port: Something you will drink a lot of while you try to get your system to run. SCSI: ("scuzzy") What you will feel like the morning after you staying up all night trying to get your system to run. Resolution: A promise you make to yourself never buy one of those CD ROM "sampler" disks again. Memory Block: A situation when you've been playing computer games so much you can't remember your spouse's first name. Token Ring: Cheap gift bought by husband facing divorce because he is up every night till 5:00 am playing computer games Partition: What wife will eventually do to matrimonial home. Ethernet: A network of wonderful WWW sites that exists in only in the realm of the imagination.