Definitions for "Utilities"
Keywords:  gas, sewer, sewage, electric, landlord
In computer terminology, a group of software programs used for file management, disk maintenance, file transfer, and other general computer-support functions. In building terminology, the services and systems that supply HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and related energy and resources.
Companies responsible for the supply of electricity, gas, water, sewerage and telecommunications.
Public services such as the supply of water, electricity, and gas. You usually pay for utilities on a monthly basis.
The quality or condition of being useful; usefulness: “I have always doubted the utility of these conferences on disarmament” (Winston S. Churchill).
Keywords:  routine, chores, task, helper, launch
Program that handles a specific task, usually related to systems management.
Software which performs common tasks such as file management, (software) editor facilities and diagnostic routines.
Application software written to perform various tasks in addition to the functions built into system software. Examples: Virus Detection, Disk duplication, disk repair and optimization, and memory management.
Numbers (called utilities) which a person can assign to the outcomes of a game (or election) where when outcome X is preferred to outcome Y by the person, the size of the number assigned to X is larger than the size of the number assigned to Y. (It is important to note that the preferences are represented via the utilities and are assumed to come first.)
The weights derived from conjoint analysis that measure how much a product feature contributes to purchase interest or preference.
Keywords:  netstat, net, networks, see
for networks. See Net; NetStat;
Assistance with arrangements for utilities hookups and deposits.
Where an ITI Account holder can manage transactions and account information.
Programs that are not classified as APPLICATIONS or Analysis Jobs and are used infrequently. They are available via a separate utility menu on the Health Authority system.
Keywords:  disk, basic, languages, dos, operating
Basic programs in a computer system such as DOS (disk operating systems) and languages.