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- An operating system, sometimes on a specific computer The most common platforms are DOS, Windows,. noun The specific brand of computer and/or operating system, i e Amiga, Apple IIe, IBM PC, Macintosh, UNIX.
- The type of computer or operating system on which a software application runs For example, some common platforms are PC, Macintosh, Unix, and NeXT.
- Generic term for type of computer environment, computer system, or operating system Macintosh, IBM-compatible PCs, and UNIX machines are examples of hardware platforms Operating system software such as DOS and Windows are also referred to as platforms.
- A platform is particular computer configuration It includes the operating system and other specific components Example platforms include Irix, Linux, Windows, etc.
- A computer operating system such as Sun, Unix, Windows, or Macintosh.
- Roughly speaking, a platform represents a computer's family It is defined by both the processor type on the hardware side and the OS type on the software side Computers belonging to different platforms cannot typically run each other's programs.
- The operating system used by a visitor to the site.
- Platforms are an important component of the gun emplacement In addition to providing a level surface to fire a gun, a platform prevents the gun from sinking or recoiling into the ground Platforms are constructed of wood, joists are set into the ground and then wooden planking put down to create a floor In order to reduce the recoil force exerted on the gun carriage, the platforms are usually raised in the back This slowed the recoil and aided in returning the gun to firing position Mortar platforms were constructed in the same fashion but they were level, not raised in the rear The platform for 32-pound gun on a marine carriage was 15 to 18 ft long.
- Usually refers to an operating system, such as Windows and the Mac OS, that other software programs can be run on top of by providing a support for it Computer programs built to run on one platform will not run on another unless it is rewritten for that other platform.
- The operating system used to access the internet Windows 98 and 95 are the most popular, but when you're designing your website, that doesn't mean you can ignore Macintosh, Sun, or Linux computers, which are used by significant portions of the internet community.
- The name of the operating system and/or hardware used to make the request This is derived from the agent string and suffers some of the same 'lying' issues that it does Summary decodes the most common platforms based on internal rules which work with the vast majority of requests.
- The sum of a computer's operating system, hardware architecture and software It defines the applications that can be run on the computer.
- The underlying technological environment or 'architecture' of different media systems on top of which suppliers and customers develop services and applications In a simple hardware-based usage of the term, the personal computer, television, and telephone are all examples of platforms The term is also used to refer to underlying software or network configurations In this sense, for example, Microsoft's Windows 95 and other personal computer operating systems are platforms, as is the Netscape Web browser software.
- A combination of hardware and system software forming the basis for a computer system Examples include Macintosh, PC, NT, and UNIX The term 'cross-platform' refers to programs and formats that can be used on more than one platform.
- Shorthand for the combination of hardware and operating system you use eg the 'NT platform' is a PC running the Microsoft Windows NT operating system, the 'PPC platform' is a Macintosh computer with a PowerPC processor running the Mac OS operating system.
- The type of computer or operating system on which a software application runs For example, some common platforms are PC, Macintosh, and UNIX.
- The type of computer operating system being used The word 'platform' is also used to describe a collection of disparate programs, programs and operating systems, or hardware and software configurations.
- Refers to the hardware and software that makes a computer function The most common platform for desktop computers on Capitol Hill, for example, is PC computers running Windows 95, 98, 2000, or NT This term is also often used to refer only to the operating system of a computer -- the software that 'drives' it -- which is usually Windows, Macintosh, or Unix Back to top.
- a raised horizontal surface; 'the speaker mounted the platform'. a document stating the aims and principles of a political party; 'their candidate simply ignored the party platform'; 'they won the election even though they offered no positive program'. the combination of a particular computer and a particular operating system. any military structure or vehicle bearing weapons. a woman's shoe with a very high thick sole.
- platform. rostrum. dais.
- To form a plan of; to model; to lay out. a raised horizontal surface; 'the speaker mounted the platform' any military structure or vehicle bearing weapons the combination of a particular computer and a particular operating system a document stating the aims and principles of a political party; 'their candidate simply ignored the party platform'; 'they won the election even though they offered no positive program'.
- To place on a platform.
- See Orlop.
- A light deck, usually placed in a section of the hold or over the floor of the magazine.
- A declaration of the principles upon which a person, a sect, or a party proposes to stand; a declared policy or system; as, the Saybrook platform; a political platform.
- Any flat or horizontal surface; especially, one that is raised above some particular level, as a framework of timber or boards horizontally joined so as to form a roof, or a raised floor, or portion of a floor; a landing; a dais; a stage, for speakers, performers, or workmen; a standing place.
- A place laid out after a model.
- Used also figuratively.
- A plat; a plan; a sketch; a model; a pattern.
- platform. podium. tribune.