Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com

Oct 27 2016   9:10PM GMT

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In computer programming, an engine is a program that performs a core or essential function for other programs. Engines are used in operating systems, subsystems or application programs to coordinate the overall operation of other programs.  Continued…

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