plug in

listen to the pronunciation of plug in
Englisch - Türkisch
fişini takmak
sokmak
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) takılabilir
fişe takmak
sok
ilgilenmek
uyumlu ek
fişi prize sokmak
prize takmak
fişli
giriş yeri ile ilgili
Plug-in: Bir programa eklenebilen ve yüklendiği programa ek bir kabiliyet kazandıran kısa yazılımlara verilen genel addır
plugin
eklenti

Gelecekte Firefox sizin için eklentileri artırır. - In the future, Firefox will upgrade plugins for you.

plugin
sok
plugin
fişli
plugin
(Bilgisayar) plugin
plug-in
(Bilgisayar) prize takmak
plug-in
(Bilgisayar) eklenti
plugin
giriş yeri ile ilgili
plug-in
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Takma birim: arada lehim olmaksızın bağlantısı yapılabilen elektronik birim
plugin
eklentisi
plug-in
uyumlu ek
to plug in
fişi prize sokmak
Englisch - Englisch
To connect (an electrical device) to a plug socket
plug into an outlet; "Please plug in the toaster!"; "Connect the TV so we can watch the football game tonight
Program that is attached to a browser (e g Macromedia 's flash or real player) and allows you to use certain multimedia files when browsing Some you need to download
If you plug a piece of electrical equipment into an electricity supply or if you plug it in, you push its plug into an electric socket so that it can work. They plugged in their tape-recorders I filled the kettle while she was talking and plugged it in He took the machine from its bag and plugged it into the wall socket
If you plug something into a hole, you push it into the hole. Her instructor plugged live bullets into the gun's chamber
A software routine installed along with or inside a large program to add an optional function For example, the various plug-ins for the Netscape Navigator Web browser that let it play back music and video
If you plug one piece of electrical equipment into another or if you plug it in, you make it work by connecting the two. They plugged their guitars into amplifiers He plugged in his guitar
downloadable features on your browser which allows for increased performance or added capabilities
Add-ons for Web browsers Plug-ins are typically very small files that sit innocently on the user's hard drive and do all sorts of neat things
plug into an outlet; "Please plug in the toaster!"; "Connect the TV so we can watch the football game tonight"
{f} insert into an electrical outlet
{i} program that enhances the capabilities of a larger program (Computers)
A computer program which you add to your browser to handle a special type of file
If one piece of electrical equipment plugs in or plugs into another piece of electrical equipment, it works by being connected by an electrical cord or lead to an electricity supply or to the other piece of equipment. A CD-I deck looks like a video recorder and plugs into the home television and stereo system They've found out where the other speaker plugs in
Some web sites and courses require additional sofware programs for your web browser called "plug-ins," that enable your broswer to display various audio, video, or graphics
a little program you can add to your computer; It will allow you to do extra things such as added movement and interactivity, play video
A mini programme that adds extra functions to a programme that you already have installed In the case of a Web browser, plug-ins enable certain kinds of downloads Without it, a site, which requires those downloads won't fully work However most sites that require plug-ins usually offer an option to download the plug-in itself for free!
A computer program module or device that interacts with another to add a specific function, or to support a specific file format or device
Designed to be plugged into an electrical power outlet or circuit
You can expand the capability of your browser by "plugging in" various tools to let you see and hear certain things, such as audio or video files When your browser needs a plug-in you don't have yet, it will tell you it's encountered an "unknown file type " SBC Yahoo! already provides the most popular plug-ins, including Shockwave (for audio and video), RealAudio (audio that broadcasts to your computer like a radio station), and MPEG play (more video) Plug-ins are very similar to another kind of Web tool called helper apps Back to Top
A program launched by your browser which allows you use special kinds of files These applications commonly let you see and hear video and audio files, as well as view specialized text files or virtual reality models These programs are called plug-ins because they supplement the capabilities of your browser, and only run when they are needed to display files Shockwave, CosmoPlayer, and RealAudio are examples of plug-ins
An external module of code and data separate from a host (such as an application, operating system, or other plug-in) that, by conforming to an interface defined by the host, can add features to the host without needing access to the source code of the host Plug-ins are types of loadable bundles
One of a set of software modules that integrates into web browsers to offer a range of interactive and multimedia capabilities
A piece of software that plugs into a main program to give it added capability, for example, you can add a Quick Time plug-in to your browser to play Quick Time movies on the web
A small piece of software that enriches a larger piece of software by adding features or functions Plug-ins enable browsers to play audio and video
A (usually small) piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software An examples is a plug-in for web browsers, like Real Audio The idea behind plug-in's is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities Plug-ins are usually created by people other than the publishers of the software the plug-in works with
A term for a computer program that operates from within the confines of your application- in this case your Netscape or Internet Explorer browser window They serve to extend the functionality of the browser- in this case, allowing the browser to seamlessly display images of a different type than standard Only a few of the more popular plug-ins are included in your browser installation, and the one you need for this site is probably not there, but can be downloaded and installed easily by the user
A small application which extends the built-in capabilities of your Web browser Examples include Macromedia’s Shockwave, providing animation, and RealAudio, offering streamed sound files over the Internet Compared to helpers, the multimedia files do not need to be downloaded before shown or played by a plug-in
A program application that can easily be installed and used as part of a Web browser Once installed, plug-in applications are recognized by the browser and its function integrated into the main HTML file being presented
A module that can be added to a larger computer application to give it greater capabilities For example, there are many plug-ins available for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator that enable these two browsers to access and use different kinds of files Napster and Adobe Acrobat Reader are two examples of plug-ins Back to top
A 'plug-in' is an add-on piece of software that enhances another application Plug-ins for web browsers have been created to enable browsers to show multimedia elements and perform other tasks The best known plug-ins include Shockwave (this allows for fully powered multimedia movies and animations to be included by web authors) and Real Audio (which enables digital radio broadcasts to be played in a web browser) The companies who produce browsers are faced with the dilemma of expanding their browser's capabilities themselves or leaving it up to third party developers and their customers to look after their own particular needs through the use of plug-ins Many users already object to the amount of disk space that their web browser uses and so additional multimedia functionality is left up to other companies and their users Users can then choose whether to download and install plug-ins or make-do with the default functionality that comes with their browser
A piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software The idea behind plug-ins is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities
A (usually small) piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software Common examples are plug-ins for the Netscape® browser and web server Adobe Photoshop® also uses plug-ins The idea behind plug-in's is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities Plug-ins are usually developed by a third party
An application built into a browser or added to a browser to enable it to interact with a special file type (such as a movie, sound file, Word document, etc )
A piece of software (usually small) that adds features to a larger piece of software The idea behind plug-ins is that users only need to install the plug-ins they want or need, out of a larger pool of possibilities An example of a plug-in is RealPlayer, a piece of software which allows you to play certain audio and video files over the Internet You can use RealPlayer with your web browser
A type of helper application that adds new capabilities to your browser, such as the ability to play audio or video clips Unlike other kinds of helper applications, a plug-in application installs itself into the Plugins directory within the main browser installation directory and typically can be opened within the browser itself (internally) For example, an audio plug-in lets you listen to audio files on a web page or in an e-mail message Macromedia Flash Player and Java are both examples of plug-in applications
A plug-in is a relatively small piece of software that expands the functionality of a computer application Browser plug-ins can allow your browser to display video and play sounds
A small program that can be added to a piece of software to give a browser additional capabilities, such as the ability to play audio files or display special graphics formats
In terms of the Internet, usually refers to an "add-on" piece of software that enhances the capabilities of your browser application to take advantage of special technologies available on some web sites
A plug-in is something such as a piece of software that can be added to a computer system to give extra features or functions. a plug-in memory card. able to be connected to the electricity supply, or to another piece of electrical equipment. plug·in a piece of computer software that can be used in addition to existing software in order to make particular programs work properly
A (usually small) piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software Common examples are plug-ins for the Netscape® browser and web server Adobe Photoshop® also uses plug-ins The idea behind plug-in¹s is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities Plug-ins are usually created by people other than the publishers of the software the plug-in works with
One of a set of software modules that integrate into Web browsers to offer a range of interactive and multimedia capabilities
A program used for viewing multimedia files that your web browser cannot handle internally; files using a plug-in do not need to be moved to your computer before being shown or played Contrast to a helper application which requires the file to first be moved to your computer Examples of plug-ins: Macromedia's Shockwave (for animation) and RealAudio (for streamed files over the Internet)
A program, developed independently of the browser, that can be installed in the browser as necessary to process data of types unknown by the browser
A plug-in machine is a piece of electrical equipment that is operated by being connected to an electricity supply or to another piece of electrical equipment by means of a plug. a plug-in radio
plugin
a TWiki feature add-on; a Perl module that enhances TWiki, through the Plugin API spec; named <_>Plugin pm, ex: SomePlugin pm (TWikiPlugins)
plugin
A small piece of software that adds more features to another software program For example, plugins enable Web browsers to play audio and video
plugin
prepackaged add-on programs that add all sorts of additional functions, seamlessly integrated into the main program (see also: Plugin API)
plugin
a TWiki feature add-on; a Perl module that enhances TWiki, through the Plugin API spec; named <_>Plugin pm, ex: SomePlugin pm (TWiki Plugins)
plugin
A program module that adds inline functionality to a Web browser (or, in general, any other program) On the Web, plugins let Web browsers display data such as VRML scenes, real-time video, or multimedia data inline with the HTML document Plugins, when available, are accessed through HTML EMBED or OBJECT elements
plugin
Plugins are small programs that add particular functions to an existing application thus increasing functionality Browsers use plugins to reproduce multimedia content of particular formats (for example, QuickTime movies, Shockwave animations, etc )
plugin
                          (browser) program that can be installed with a browser that gives it added functionality Plugins are generally run when a page is sent from the server with a matching MIME-type
plugin
Small software accessory programs that work with a Web browser to give it added capabilities such as the ability to play sounds or video Plug-ins must be installed on your computer in advance to view the content
plugin
An application which adds to the browser to allow access to specially encoded information i e ActiveX
plugin
add-on program used to display or play some multimedia content found on a web document It can usually be easily downloaded if your browser is not yet able to display or play that kind of information
plugin
New versions of both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are built in a modular style to allow users to add new browser technology as soon as it becomes available For example, if a new Internet video technology comes out, users will be able to add that feature as a plugin to their existing browser rather than purchase or download an entirely new browser
plugin
a computer program that interacts with another to add a specific function, or to support a specific file format or device; a plug-in
plugin
A hardware or software module that adds a specific feature or service to a larger system For example, there are number of plug-ins for the Netscape Navigator browser that enable it to display different types of audio or video messages Navigator plug-ins are based on MIME file types
plugin
Addon KOS programs that have full access to the system and its resources Plugins behave much like a Knowbot Programs - they can create services and communicate with other processes There are two key difference between plugins an KPs First, plugins do not run in the restricted execution environment Second, plugins are stationary programs installed by the KOS administrator
plugin
A program that runs as part of another program, rather than just being launched by it
plugin
{i} additional software card that connects to a computer and communicates easily with the Internet and HTML files
plugin
a TWiki feature add-on; a Perl module that enhances TWiki, through the Plugin API spec; named <_>Plugin pm, ex: SomePlugin pm (TWikiPlugins?)
plugin
A piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software For example Shockwave is a plugin for a WWW browser that allows the use of sound and graphics that the browser alone can't handle
plugin
A plugin is a program written by someone that is integrated into another application The program plugs into the application Plugins often provide additional functionality that isn't available in the application
plugin
A plugin is a number of classes that can be loaded dynamically into a running Crystal Space application A plugin is represented by a dynamic library in a format suitable for the host operating system On Unix systems this is a so file and on Windows systems this is a dll file
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von plug in im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

plugin
(Bilgisayar) plugin
plug in

    Türkische aussprache

    plʌg în

    Aussprache

    /ˈpləg ən/ /ˈplʌɡ ɪn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pl&g ] (noun.) 1627. Dutch, from Middle Dutch plugge; akin to Middle High German pfloc plug.

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