Definitions for "Backward compatibility"
Generally means that a subsequent version of a program or system will support all of the functionality and specific interfaces that enable programs developed for an earlier version to execute properly when the subsequent version is implemented.
Our website is designed to be compatible, or work well, with common web browsers and assistive technologies. The website is also backward compatible because it works well in older versions of these browsers and technologies as well.
The ability for a computer application to read files which were created in a previous version of the software. A computer is said to be backward compatible if it can run the same software as the previous model of the computer.
Keywords:  btrieve, beemail, bitset, boolean
BeeMail BitSet boolean Btrieve
Keywords:  lossy, compression
Lossy compression
Keywords:  bad, sector, block
bad block bad sector