Hotspot - Computers


  • Hot spot (computer science), region of a program where a significant amount of computation occurs
  • Hot spot, a database object which is frequently being accessed
  • Hot spot, an area which is customized by users in software frameworks
  • Hotspot (Wi-Fi), a Wi-Fi network access point or area
  • HotSpot, a Java Virtual Machine from Oracle
  • Screen hotspot, an area on which computer users click or hover for interactivity

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