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  • Computers and Software
    • The Accountability Booster
        • Andy: "And I'd like to add that your work has been a little sloppy. So Dwight and I have implemented a new program that we like to call The Accountability Booster. It registers every time a mistake has been made in the office, from a late delivery to an accounting error. Five strikes in a day equals a home run. One home run and you're out. If we as a group make five mistakes in a day, something bad happens, like we block Mindsweeper. Or in this case, an email gets sent to Robert California containing the consultant's report from last year." (Season 8 episode Doomsday)
    • ADA
        • ADA = Advanced Disaster Actuator. The computer belonging to visiting consultant Michael Clark, the severe accident phenomenologist. (Season 5 episode Worst Case Scenario)
    • ARC
        • Surveillance program Alec creates using a piece of the time travel device in season 2. It's a way to take the entire internet and distill it into one single page of information. The "ultimate window into real time data at light speed".
    • Arc Net Defense System
        • Defense system that K helped implement to protect Earth from the Boglodites.
    • Boob A Tron 4000
        • Machine Abed builds to create college hijinks in episode The Art of Discourse.
    • Capture_it_O2blue
        • Software Elizabeth Harris uses to download Professor Bressler's data.
    • Career Capability Malfeasance Program
        • Also known as CPMP. Computer program that matches unassigned blanks with unassigned profiles. It compares the crime template to the personality template. If it matches, you're assumed guilty (Season 2 episode Academy)
    • CCI
        • To save gunshot wound victim Ben Kohler, Dr. Jennifer Martinez implants her experimental brain–computer interface Cerebral Chip called the CCI2. Later, Dr. Martinez and Kohler realize that the CCI2 chip is communicating with a CCI chip from the first series of experimental surgeries. (Season 1 episode Living Hell)
    • CCI2
        • To save gunshot wound victim Ben Kohler, Dr. Jennifer Martinez implants her experimental brain–computer interface Cerebral Chip called the CCI2. (Season 1 episode Living Hell)
    • Dermatology
        • Computer virus created by the SemioTech Warriors activist group, that infects video servers, altering broadcasts so that faces and bodies exhibit conditions such as acne and varicose veins. (Story: Liking What You See: A Documentary)
    • Digital Wave
        • Web browser seen in various episodes. (Season 2 episode Rosetta, Season 3 episodes Resurrection, Crisis, Forsaken)
    • E.A.R.L.
        • Electronic Automatic Robotic Lighthouse. Computer program that controls the local lighthouse in Springfield. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Emma
        • Computer at the National Testing Center that processes the Career Aptitude Normalizing Test results. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • Enzyme
        • Operating system made by Ubient Software. (Season 4 exit Ghost in the Machine)
    • FeMac Computer
        • Although Homer makes several attempts to cheat - which he calls "Operation Slight Edge", Ned Flanders' duck comes in first in the Rubber Duck Race at Game at Reverend Lovejoy's Church Fundraiser, winning him a feMac computer, the computer designed just for women, which he gives to Marge in exchange for her babysitting Rod and Todd while he attends the Left Handers Convention. The "You've got mail" voice is Susan Sarandon. (Season 17 episode Bart Has Two Mommies)
    • File Share
        • Generically named file sharing program that gets installed on the office computers. (Season 1 episode Hot Girl)
    • Foobar Model 37 Computer
        • A fictional computer is mentioned: A Foobar model 37 computer, and we're trying to hook up a Yoyodyne tape to it.
    • Garelliware
        • Joe's software that he uses to created the official WNYX web page. (Season 5 episode Apartment)
    • Gatekeeper Program
        • The security program with the Trojan Horse created by Gregg Microsystems.
    • God's Eye
        • A tracking device on steroids. God's Eye hacks into anything that's on the digital network - that means every cell phone, satelliteTM machine and computer simultaneously. If it's got a microphone or a lens, God's Eye can use it.
    • The Googleplex Star Thinker
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "Are you not a greater analyst than the Googleplex Star Thinker in the Seventh Galaxy of Light and Ingenuity which can calculate the trajectory of every single dust particle throughout a five-week Dangrabad Beta sand blizzard?"
    • GR-6
        • Computer system that Chandler mentions during his interview, shortly before talking about his duties: "I was the point person on my company's transition from the KL5 to GR6 systems." (Season 8 episode The One With the Cooking Class)
    • The Great Hyperlobic Omni-Cognate Neutron Wrangler
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "But are you not a more fiendish disputant than the Great Hyperlobic Omni-Cognate Neutron Wrangler of Ciceronicus 12, the Magic and Indefatigable?"
    • Info Cram 6000
        • Professor Frink invention, with which you can absorb books instantly by attaching an electrode to the brain pan and another one to the loins. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • IPPA
        • Identity Processing Program of America, used to give Joe his tattoo. "Please insert your forearm into the forearm receptacle."
    • JEH Power Computer
        • Wade uses a JEH Computer at Doppler Computer Superstore where she used to work to find out what's on the chip that Judge John Nassau gave her before he died. While she's there, the clerk suggests another computer if the Tolson's too slow. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Jimmy James Web Browser
        • New computer program Mr. James promotes over Microsoft's Internet Explorer. (Season 4 episode Balloon)
    • JOVA
        • Also known as Judicious Omnicompetent Volitional Adaptive. Hugh and the Skippies' Matrioshka brain project. (Heaven's River)
    • Jurassic Park Common User Interface V1.1B24
        • Developed by Integrated Computer Systems Incorporated. Copyright Jurassic Park Incorporated.
    • KL-5
        • Computer system that Chandler mentions during his interview, shortly before talking about his duties: "I was the point person on my company's transition from the KL5 to GR6 systems." (Season 8 episode The One With the Cooking Class)
    • Land Of Ecodelia
        • Computer program consisting of list of questions that the little girl asks Angela (eps2.9_pyth0n-pt1.p7z)
    • Macintosh 8000 CX
        • Fake computer model Norm comes up with when he's acting like the fake boss he made up - Kreitzer (Season 8 episode 5 The Two Faces of Norm)
    • Mack-Verbasiser
        • Album: Outside. A Metarandom programme (computer program ). Feed it all relevant pieces and it re-strings real life facts as improbable virtual-fact.
    • The Magic Broomstick
        • A computer processor that has the power to clear the contents of any computing system on the planet and then magically sweep them into your bin.
    • The Metro Data Center
        • Police software Eddie uses in cop car outside homeless shelter to trace vehicle registration to Leesburg Construction company.
    • The Milliard Gargantubrain
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "Are you not a greatest computer than the Milliard Gargantubrain which can count all the atoms in a star in a millisecond?"
    • Ming Mecca
        • The classified computer chip that Marcy offers Max in exchange for his work.
    • Moss 1
        • The first version of Pete's Moss 865 software that burned down his dad's garage. (Season 3 episode The One With the Ultimate Fighting Champion)
    • Moss 2
        • The second version of Pete's Moss 865 software that would only schedule appointments in January. (Season 3 episode The One With the Ultimate Fighting Champion)
    • Moss 865
        • Software Pete Becker created, used in offices everywhere. (Season 3 episode The One With the Hypnosis Tape)
    • The Multicorticoid Perspicutron Titan Muller
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "You're surely not thinking of the Multicorticoid Perspicutron Titan Muller are you? Or the Pondermatic?"
    • My 1st Video Editor
        • Software that Lisa uses to help Homer making Ned Flander's dating video after Maude passes away. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • Nakatomi Socrates BSD 9.2
        • Software program on Nakatomi computers.
    • The Narwhal Virus
        • Computer virus mentioned on the news: "Georgian rebels claimed responsibility for the Narwhal virus that brought Russia's financial infrastructure to near collapse. (Season 2 episode Be Right Back)
    • NASDA
        • The new strategic defense system that malfunctions, resulting in the destruction of the world's civilizations by a series of nuclear strikes.
    • Neural Net Package
        • State of the art intelligence software. It learns and adapts on the fly. It monitors your brain activity and try and work out how best to frighten you and then adjust to your experience accordingly (Season 3 episode Playtest)
    • Ono-Sendai
        • The name of the OS on Robert's computer, a reference to the fictional Japanese corporation in William Gibson's Sprawl trilogy (Season 4 episode Callister)
    • OoGhiJ MIQtxxXA
        • A supercomputer originally designed by Frylock, it was accidentally sent back in time and discovered by a caveman, who used it to evolve and then patented it.
    • Pike's Peak System
        • Software Jack's bank is running on their servers.
    • Plague Ver. 8.1
        • The name of the computer virus that Viktor uploads to destroy the Simulation One computer program.
    • The Pondermatic
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "You're surely not thinking of the Multicorticoid Perspicutron Titan Muller are you? Or the Pondermatic?"
    • Precursor Virus
        • The A.I. known as Archos R-14 infects all penetrable networked electronic devices, such as cars, airplanes, smart homes, elevators, and other robots, with the precursor virus.
    • Professor Frink's Virtual Chili
        • Professor Frink offers a virtual chili experience at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • RS2000
        • Satellite uplink device Josh uses to broadcast Norman Mart's sex video.
    • SafeTech
        • The Sanctuary District employs a SafeTech fingerprint database, which features an ad for a new retinal scan service available on Channel 178. (Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 1)
    • Search & Seizure
        • Bryce obtains a a global government program from highly placed sources, designed to locate illegal video substances (Season 2 episode Whacketts)
    • Simulation One
        • Simone's computer program, created by Hank Aleno.
    • Sinatro OASIS Console
        • A top-of-the-line miniature OASIS console one of Wade's fellow IOI indents was caught concealing inside a prosthetic testicle. "Talk about balls."
    • Sirenum's Training Protocol
        • The fastest and most efficient way to develop the abilities you always wanted.
    • Snow White
        • A computer program that enables user to look into the past (4 days, 6 hours, 3 minutes, 45 seconds, 14.5 nanoseconds) in detail by (according to Pryzwarra) using several satellites to form a triangulated image of events.
    • Starr-Ware Database System 5.0
        • Software that Chloe uses to track her Wall of Weird data. (Season 3 episode Extinction)
    • Synedyne Model 5732 Computer
        • Computer made by Synedyne - the company Eliot works for - he works in Technical Support and answers a call from a customer regarding her computer.
    • The Third Brain System
        • Artificial Intelligence designed for spying, originally devised for good, when Gregorio Cortez was working on the project.
    • TINA
        • Telecom Intelligence Negotiating Algorithm. New sales software at TelAmeriCorp with celebrity voices, including Tom Green. (Season 3 episode The Future is Gnar)
    • Tolson
        • Wade uses a JEH Computer at Doppler Computer Superstore where she used to work to find out what's on the chip that Judge John Nassau gave her before he died. While she's there, the clerk suggests another computer if the Tolson's too slow. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Ubient Software
        • High tech software company whose CEO may be a double agent from the future. At least according to 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • Vidident Vers 2.01 Rev A
        • Identification software Theora uses to track down the body thieves (Season 1 episode Body Banks)
    • Vigilant Shield
        • The emergency command and control system for the United States military taken over by the hacker called The Dutchman.
    • Virtual Eureka
        • Also known as The Matrix Eureka, virtual reality simulation where Beverly imprisons the crew of the Astraeus (Season 5)
    • Warner 3000
        • Al G. Rhythm: This will revolutionize the entire entertainment industry, and we want you to be on our team, King James. Now, we know you're busy, but we can make it very easy for you. Because our brand new Warner 3000 technology will scan you right into the movies. Oh, it's like looking into a mirror, huh, LeBron? Think about it, Batman versus LeBron. LeBron of Thrones. LeBron and the Chamber of Secrets. The possibilities are endless. You'll be the king of Warner Bros. That's the power of Warner 3000.
    • World Builder Software
        • OASIS software containing templates for structures, such as the Tyrell building from Blade Runner.
    • X1000 Microprocessor
        • Globotech's technology that brings the Commando Elite and the Gorgonites to life.
    • XK-15 Processor
        • Computer processer that impresses Felicity at A.R.G.U.S. headquarters in season 2 because it's not even supposed to exist yet.
    • Zenotek AnywAir
        • A subroutine for duplex compression, and the future of Zenotek - you can pull the internet wirelessly from anything that's connected to the power grid. Your appliances. Street lights. A light bulb. You're never out of range and you're never low on signal. It's AnywAir.

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