server

Server vs Supercomputer - What's the difference?

server | supercomputer |


As nouns the difference between server and supercomputer

is that server is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users) while supercomputer is (computing) any computer that has a far greater processing power than others of its day; typically they use more than one core and are housed in large clean rooms with high air flow to permit cooling typical uses are weather forecasting, nuclear simulations and animations.

Server vs Terminal - What's the difference?

server | terminal |


As nouns the difference between server and terminal

is that server is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users) while terminal is terminal (at an airport etc).

Server vs Terminals - What's the difference?

server | terminals |


As nouns the difference between server and terminals

is that server is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users) while terminals is .

Domain vs Server - What's the difference?

domain | server |


As nouns the difference between domain and server

is that domain is domain (dns domain name) while server is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users).

Host vs Server - What's the difference?

host | server |


As nouns the difference between host and server

is that host is autumn (season) while server is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users).

Server vs Sites - What's the difference?

server | sites |


As nouns the difference between server and sites

is that server is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users) while sites is .

Serious vs Server - What's the difference?

serious | server |


As an adjective serious

is without humor or expression of happiness; grave in manner or disposition; earnest; thoughtful; solemn.

As a noun server is

server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users).

Restrict vs Server - What's the difference?

restrict | server |


As a verb restrict

is to restrain within bounds; to limit; to confine; as, to restrict worlds to a particular meaning; to restrict a patient to a certain diet.

As an adjective restrict

is (obsolete) restricted.

As a noun server is

server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users).

Server vs Attendant - What's the difference?

server | attendant |


As nouns the difference between server and attendant

is that server is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users) while attendant is one who attends; one who works with or watches something.

As an adjective attendant is

going with; associated; concomitant.

Server vs Vps - What's the difference?

server | vps |


As a noun server

is server (a computer or software that provides services to other programs or users).

As an initialism vps is

(computing) virtual private server.

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