A short name to represent a long URL. You can use alias in the quick-run dialog. You can expand alias into the full URL by predefined hotkey in any applications. This technique is called URL Aliasing

A piece of memory to temporarily store newly learnt words. When the cache has been full, the words stored into the cache will be flushed into the user library. Only words with a frequency count greater than a specified value will be stored. Others will be discarded. 

User Library
The library to store newly learnt words or phrases. It will expand in size when more and more words/phrases are learnt. But there is an upper limit you can set. When the upper limit is reached, some rarely used words will be discarded to keep it within the size limit.

Fixed Library
All the libraries except the user library, i.e., language libraries, professional libraries and shorthand libraries.

A delimiter is a character which delimits words. Those characters which are not delimiters are called non-delimiters or identifier characters. By default, delimiters include any characters other than alphabets, digits and underscore. The set of delimiters is configurable.

Any character that is not a delimiter. By default, non-delimiters include alphabets, digits and underscore.

A combination of words which is separated by one or more word concatenators. 

The beginning characters that you have typed. IntelliComplete will retrieve and prompt you words, phrases and shorthands matching the prefix you've typed.

A short spelling form used to represent a longer phrase. For example, we can use "asap" to represent "as soon as possible".  

System Tray (Area)
The small area at the right end of the taskbar in which the system date and time is displayed. 

A continuous series of non-delimiters (characters, alphabets and underscore). Also called an identifier from a programmers' perspective.

Word Concatenator
A special kind of delimiters to concatenate words into phrases.  The default word concatenators are space, '-' and '&'. 

Word/Phrase List
A file containing a word/phrase with or without the corresponding frequency count in each line.  

Shorthand List
A plain-text file containing a <shorthand : full text> pair in each line. You can create a shorthand library from a shorthand list.

Universal Resource Location. It can be any kind of internet address, like http, ftp, telnet, newsgroup. It can also point to a local program, document, or directory. To open a URL the corresponding action according to the URL type will be taken, like browsing, downloading, opening, exploring or executing.