Wondering what a JPEG is? Confused over the meaning of bit mode?
Jargonary, a new Mac OS X dictionary, can help. It lets you look up computer jargons in a definition database that’s stored on your computer.
The database contains explanations for over 13,000 computer terms. Jargonary also provides real-time searching; a history feature for retracing your search results; an auxiliary definition feature that helps define words within definitions; and a “closest match” feature for quick browsing. It also offers a one-click connection to URLs, FTP sites, newsgroups and e-mails within the database’s definitions.
Jargonary requires Mac OS X 10.0 or higher. You can download a demo version from the Web site; registration is US$20 for a single-user license and $500 for a business license.