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\providecommand{\polang}{en_US}\providecommand{\printscreen}{screen}
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\newglossaryentry{applet}{name={applet}, description={A small program that runs in a \gls{panel}. Applets provide useful functions such as starting a program, viewing the time, or accessing the main menu of an application.}}
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\newglossaryentry{Access Point}{name={Access Point}, description={A device that allows for a wireless connection to a local network using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.}}
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\newglossaryentry{CLI}{name={\acronym{CLI}}, description={\acronym{CLI} or command-line interface is another name for the \gls{terminal}.}}
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\newglossaryentry{cursor}{name={cursor}, description={The (usually) blinking square or vertical line used to show you where text will appear when you start typing. You can move it around with the arrow keys on your keyboard \gls{prompt} in a \gls{terminal} or other text-input application.}}
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\newglossaryentry{encryption}{name={encryption}, description={Encryption is a security measure, it prevents others from accessing and viewing the contents of your files and/or hard drives, the files must first be decrypted with your password.}}
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\newglossaryentry{dual-booting}{name={dual-booting}, description={\gls{dual-booting} is the process of being able to choose one of two different operating systems currently installed on a computer from the boot menu. Once selected your computer will then boot into whichever operating system you chose at the boot menu. Dual booting is often used generically, and may refer to booting among more than two operating systems.}}
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\newglossaryentry{LTS}{name={\acronym{LTS}}, description={\acronym{LTS} stands for long-term support and is a type of Ubuntu release that is officially supported for far longer than the standard releases.}}
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\newglossaryentry{terminal}{name={terminal}, description={The terminal is Ubuntu's text-based interface, it is a method of controlling the operating system using only commands entered via the keyboard, the other method if using your Ubuntu computer is to use a \gls{GUI} such as Unity.}}
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\newglossaryentry{USB}{name={USB}, description={Universal Serial Bus is a standard interface specification for connecting peripheral hardware devices to computers. USB devices range from external hard drives to scanners and printers.}}
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