What means one thing on an American computer does not always translate to a Spanish language computer, which as any programmer knows could mean big confusion. For the first time, Spanish speaking computer users and programmers have a guide through the endless myriad of computer terms and phrases established in English. Designed as a tool to promote understanding between people of different cultures and languages who are working in the computer field, this dictionary contains over 8,000 entries in English and Spanish. Author, teacher, and engineer Alfredo Chiri fills the demand for the transliteration of computer terms with this unprecedented concise dictionary. In order to avoid any local phrases, the author traveled to Argentina, Mexico, Spain, and his native country, Peru, which ensures that the translations are internationally understood. This dictionary will be indispensable to any international company doing business in Mexico and Central America, Peru, Argentina, Chile and other South American countries, as well as Spain.