- 1. Compact Disc. CDs typically contain audio (Audio-CD), video
(Video-CD) or data (CD-ROM).
Audio CDs contain audio sampled at 16-bit, 44.1kHz and provides 74 or 80 minutes of two-channel (stereo) audio.
CD-ROMs can store up to 650MB of data.
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- 2. Change Directory. The cd command is a command-line command to change the current directory. It is available on a number of operating systems (including Windows and Unix/Linux.) The 'cd' command is normally expressed in lower case.
- 3. Abbreviation for candela, the SI unit for the luminous intensity of light.