• being such in power or effect though not formally recognized; imaginary, hypothetical; computer simulated
• computerized representation of an actual object (computers)
• virtual also means that something has all the effects and consequences of a particular thing, but is not officially recognized as being that thing.
virtual address extension
• vax, type of computer from the digital equipment corporation
• program that creates a simulated compact disc on a computer's hard disk
• group of people who share a common interest and correspond through the internet and see themselves as a definite group
• area of protected memory on which a program runs during multi-tasking while working in protected mode, vm
• (apparent) increase in the main memory of a computer by using part of the hard disk as additional memory
virtual memory system
• method of increasing random access memory (ram) by using part of the hard disk, vms
virtual mode extensions
• vme, widely-used data channel (based on an open standard) developed by several companies headed by motorola
virtual private network
• vpn, network that uses public wires or the internet to connect between nodes (uses encryption and security measures to protect data and prevent unauthorized access)
• 3-dimensional image that imitates reality ...
• virtual reality is an environment that has been created by a computer and that looks like reality to a person in it.