It keeps track of the most frequently used programs and then goes on to store relevant data in this buffer.
What does FUP stand for?
FUP stands for Frequently Used Program
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of FUP
We have 22 other meanings of FUP in our Acronym Attic
- Firmware Update
- First Usage Phase
- Fixed Unit Price
- Follow-Up Post
- Fonds Unique de Péréquation (French: Former Unique Equilization Fund)
- Forming-Up Point
- Fraction Unbound in Plasma (pharmacokinetics)
- Free Unit Packs
- Free Use Permit
- Freshman Urban Program (various colleges and universities)
- Front Underrun Protection (automotive device)
- Full Up Power Pack
- Full Upright Position
- Funktionsplan (German: Logic Diagram)
- Follow Up To (newsgroups)
- Follow-Up to Poster (newsgroups)
- Facultés Universitaires Privées d'Abidjan (French: Private University Faculties of Abidjan; Abidjan, Ivory Coast)
- Fat Upper Pelvic Area
- Florida Uniform Port Access Credential (GE Security; security system)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Using timely communication between frequently used programs, dispatchers and technicians, the Workforce Management tool more effectively organizes your outside technicians and mobile assets.
Waxman's study concluded that 11 of the 13 most frequently used programs contain misinformation.
Acer SmartBoot automatically loads frequently used programs in the system tray at start * Acer eLock Management offers password protection to lock removable data devices, optical drives, and other interfaces to ensure that data can't be stolen.
0 saves time and makes using DOS more convenient, allowing the user to run frequently used programs from a menu that can be automatically built.
Parents can also drag and drop icons to arrange them on the desktop, making it even easier to access frequently used programs.
The value-packed bundle includes a new version of Packard Bell's pioneering multimedia interface, ``Navigator,'' reorganized for fast access to frequently used programs and consumer electronic appliances.
Users and network managers benefit from additional features of FastLink II, including: -- A remote executable warning utility to prevent users from accidentally launching large files and applications from the network -- Disk caching of frequently used programs -- Support for over 300 pre-defined modems for point-and-click configurability -- Dial-back capability for tighter security and toll savings.