A program that controls peripheral hardware devices, such as a printer or modem.
A software routine that controls or regulates a hardware device.
A driver is software that works to communicate between an operating system and a peripheral. Think of it as a translator. If you use a crappy driver, your...
A program that controls a hardware device. Drivers act like a translator between the device and programs that use the device. Each device has its own set of specialized commands that only its driver knows. These files usually have an extension of either .sys or .drv in the Microsoft world.
A wooden-headed golf club with a long shaft, for playing the longest strokes.
Refers to the longest club in your bag, otherwidse calle "no 1 wood", which is generally used to tee off.
A club that is often used from the tee. A driver is the he farthest hitting club. Also know as a one wood.
The no. 1 wood used from the tee at the hole where a player needs maximum distance with his shot.
A loudspeaker. In live sound applications, drivers are generally divided into two types: cone drivers ("speakers") and compression drivers ("horn drivers"). For some reason, piezo tweeters are usually not referred to as "drivers."
A single transducer that converts electrical energy into acoustical energy. Usually consists of a magnet and diaphragm that produces sound.
The actual speaker unit inside a loudspeaker cabinet.
The actual speaker unit inside the speaker cabinet. There are three general types on drivers: tweeters, midrange, and woofers.
The person who drives beasts or a carriage; a coachman; a charioteer, etc.; hence, also, one who controls the movements of a any vehicle.
Français : CONDUCTEUR, Chauffeur Deutsch : FAHRER(IN), Fahrpersonal An EMPLOYEE whose usual work is to drive a public transport vehicle. See also : Crew
1) A person who operates a motorized vehicle. If more than one person drives on a single trip, the person who drives the most miles is classified as the principal driver. 2) An occupant of a vehicle who is in physical control of a motor vehicle in transport or, for an out of-control vehicle, an occupant who was in control until control was lost. (FHWA3) (NHTSA3)
Any person in control of a car, truck or bus. Includes person in control of a motorised wheelchair. Does not include persons in control of a motorcycle, moped or bicycle (see Rider).
a module that uses a specific interface that allows applications to perform read, write, and other file-oriented operations
a set of instructions for operating a specific component, such as a mouse, a hard drive or a GPU
a set of instructions that identifies what a particular component is and how it works
1) In activity-based cost accounting, an operation that influences the quantity of work required and cost of an activity. Syn: cost driver. 2) In the theory of constraints, an underlying cause that is responsible for several observed effects.
The driving wheel of a locomotive.
This term usually refers to the person behind the wheel of a moving car. In ...
One of the large wheels which drive any machine or apparatus.
Also called a motor this provides the motive power for a wheel, either singly or in multiples.
The after sail in a ship or bark, being a fore-and-aft sail attached to a gaff; a spanker.
A large sail suspended from the mizen yard in light winds.
Sometimes used for the spanker, sometimes for a studdingsail-like addition to the spanker, but in either case, the aftermost sail in a ship.
a kind of sail used on some sailboats
A routine library that exposes the functions in the ODBC API. Drivers are specific to a single DBMS.
a DLL that implements ODBC function calls and interacts with a data source
See ODBC driver.
In the context of JDBC or ODBC, software that accesses a proprietary data source, providing a standardized view of the data to ODBC.
The person who sits in the front of the bobsleigh and steers. Usually the first person to enter the sled at the start.
The race team member who steers and throttles the boat.
The front person in the bobsled, who's responsible for steering. The essential job of the driver is to maintain the straightest possible line down the course by minimizing rocking and skidding in the curves.
The athlete who guides the bobsleigh down the track by pulling on a two-ring-handled steering device. As a crew leader, the driver (also called a pilot) enters the sled first during a race and is often responsible for a large portion of sled maintenance.
Voltage IC mounted on the display, which provides the voltage to each row and column (do not confuse with the controller IC).
The component of the compiler that retains control throughout the entire compilation process.
The name given to the person who controls the operation of the locomotive. Called the "Engineer" in the USA end elsewhere. Drivers in the UK received no special training as mechanics beyond what they picked up as they went along, and hence were not always very knowledegeable about the workings of their engines.
A Driver is an electronic component used to control another electronic component, such as a high power transistor. The term is used for naming a specialized chip that control the high power transistors in the DC/DC voltage converters.
The person who sits in a hydro and drives it.
the person driving.
person who is making the most bets
a non-pushable module and a stream head includes a non-pushable module
a required component in STREAMS (except in a STREAMS-based pipe mechanism), and is physically identical to a module
a generally short file used to declare and instantiate the modules of a DTD. A good rule of thumb is that a DTD driver contains no markup declarations that comprise any part of the document model itself.