Plug-in

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Plug-in

A plug-in is a software component that adds a specific feature to an existing computer program.

A plug-in is a software component that adds a specific feature to an existing computer program.

Plug-ins are important because they allow developers to extend the functionality of an application without having to change the underlying code.

This can be useful for adding features that are not currently supported by the application, or for fixing bugs. Plug-ins can also be used to improve the performance of an application by offloading certain tasks to a separate process.

There are different types of plug-ins, including audio plug-ins, Photoshop plugins, and plug-in electric vehicles.

Audio plug-ins add audio signal processing features to a computer program, while Photoshop plugins enhance the functionality of Adobe Photoshop.

Plug-in electric vehicles are a type of electric vehicle that plugs into an electrical outlet to recharge.

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Synonyms: Component