- LAN stands for Local Area Network. LANs are usually found in offices, and consist of many computers connected to each other, with dedicated, high-speed access to the Internet.
- The left-click (usually referred to simply as 'click') is the most common action of a right-handed mouse-user and is specifically the depression of the far left button (if there are more than one) and typically this action results in a quiet 'clicking' noise from the mouse.
- A link is an area on a Web page (often underlined text or an image) that, when clicked, instructs the browser to display a designated file which is usually another Web page.
- As a verb, to login is the action of entering a network, local or other. As a noun, a Login is the actual profile used to access a network and usually used in tandem with a password.