Hiding an additional level of directories beneath the selected directory in My Computer or Windows Explorer.
An option form an application’s menu, or a command typed in by the user, such as at a DOS prompt or at the Run dialog box in Windows.
A command button, when clicked, will cause an action to occur.
An established communication session between a server and a workstation.
A system utility that comes with Windows that allows the use to change a variety if different Windows and system settings.