Updated: 08/16/2021 by Computer Hope
Group of four children.

In general, a group refers to a collection of two or more people that are put together and labeled. For example, a computer group could be individuals who work for the customer service department that are assigned the workgroup group name 'cs', which has rights to customer financial data.


Linux users can use the groupadd command to create a group and groupdel to delete a group.

Game terms, LFG, Newsgroup, Party, PUG, RAID, User group, Workgroup