Add-On

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Add-On

A purchase of additional goods before payment is made for goods already purchased.

An add-on may be covered by a clause in an installment payment contract that allows the seller to hold a security interest in the earlier goods until full payment is made on the later goods.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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* Plug-ins licensed by their developers: Anyone can build a plug-in for ADAPT, and developers are free to license their plug-ins based on their business needs.
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Five-pin plug-ins are available for basic on/off functionality, while eight-pin plug-ins provide manual and auto restart with external device monitoring (EDM).
Advertising networks/brokers could try to enforce a "minimum" version level for browsers and plug-ins, but that is a difficult task that is dynamically changing.
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The list of popular plug-ins includes Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, Java, Silver-light, QuickTime, and Windows Media Player.
The growing number of plug-in vehicle sales is reducing the need to burn fossil fuels; 40 million less gallons of gasoline have been burned per year in each of the past three years.
One area of the market that could give a major boost to plug-in sales is the fleet sector, but there seem to be major problems.
And with the arrival of Zipcar's Plug-in Hybrid electric vehicles, combined with our ParkFast charging stations, New Yorkers now have a new and environmentally friendly way of getting where they need to go.'
Summary: Some plug-ins can slow down a browser and pose grave security threats.
HTML5 creates a universal set of capabilities that require no plug-ins and are built-in, accessible to all, and free for consumers and developers.
To unleash the full capabilities of the Archos you'll have to shell out further though, with an additional fee for plug-ins that will allow you to play certain video files and record directly onto it.