Extender may refer to:

  • Ascender or descender, in typography and graphonomics
  • DOS extender, a technology for bypassing the limitations of the DOS operating systems family
  • KC-10 Extender, an air-to-air tanker aircraft
  • Meat extenders
  • Media extender
  • Surimi, known as seafood extender
  • Tele extender, a secondary lens for SLR cameras

Other articles related to "extender, extenders":

Windows Home Server - Technology - Drive Extender
... Windows Home Server Drive Extender was a file-based replication system that provided three key capabilities Multi-disk redundancy so that if any given disk failed, data was ... to a Windows Home Server from a system running Windows Media Center), Drive Extender provided the capability to not duplicate such files if the server was short on capacity or ... Windows Home Server Technical Brief for Drive Extender ...
Canon Extender EF - Compatibility Information
... These Extender EF lenses can only be used with lenses that have a compatible mount ... only lenses with accordant mounts can be used with the extender EF lenses ... clearance to accept the protruding lens on the extender, as well as 10 (3 extra) electronic contacts for proper electronic communication with the extender ...
Winbatch - WinBatch Extenders
... Extenders add additional commands to the WinBatch programming language ... A few popular extenders are included with the default WinBatch installer, with additional extenders available for download ... ADSI Extender - Provides access to Microsoft's Active Directory Service Interfaces ...
Elect'road - Range Extender
... The range extender is a Lombardini (LGW 523 mpi) liquid cooled 500-cubic-centimetre (31 cu in) 16-kilowatt (21 hp) gasoline generator ... The range extender function is activated by a switch on the dashboard ...
... PMODE is a DOS extender used in several IBM PC compatible DOS applications in the mid and late 1990s ... not be sold for profit, nor used as the kernel of an extender to be sold for profit ... was never made available to the public, although the extender could be used without restriction in free software, once again with a request that the authors were credited ...