Context - Computing

Computing

  • Context (computing), the virtual environment required to suspend a running software program
  • Context awareness, a complementary to location awareness
  • Context menu, a menu in a graphical user interface that appears upon user interaction
  • ConTeXt, a macro package for the TeX typesetting system
  • ConTEXT, a text editor for Microsoft Windows
  • Operational context, a temporarily defined environment of cooperation

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