What is the LMTS?
LMTS, which is short for Licensed Master Tester, is a system that enables gaming manufacturers to test the compatibility of their games with a wide range of computer operating systems. This includes testing an application on more than one operating system. In addition, the licence holder of an application can designate other people as master testers who can test the same or different versions of the application on different operating systems. In this way, the holder of the LMTS licence can determine if the application will run properly on all supported operating systems.
LMTS is a voluntary certification programme that helps ensure that games and other software meet certain standards and work well with most computers and software applications. It ensures that you and your computer will not have problems connecting your game to another device or online service.
LMTS Meanings and LMTS Full Forms
LMTS :- Limits (Canada Post road designation)
LMTS :- Laser Marksmanship Training System (US Army)
LMTS :- Last Mile Transportation System
LMTS :- Lead Member of Technical Staff (various organization’s)
LMTS :- Lockheed Martin Tactical Systems
LMTS :- Lockheed Martin Technology Services
LMTS :- Lightweight Moving Target System
LMTS :- Last Minute Touristik Service (Germany: Last Minute Tourism Service)
LMTS :- Legacy Media Tracking Survey
LMTS :- Lynx Minimal Table Support
LMTS :- Laser Marksmanship Training System
LMTS :- Legacy Media Tracking Surveys
LMTS :- Larry Mitchel Trice, Sr.
LMTS :- Late Maturing Tall Stature
LMTS :- Larry M Trice Sr
LMTS :- Last Minute Toy Store
LMTS :- Legal Management Tracking System
LMTS :- Leticia Molinero Translation Studio
LMTS :- Little Miss Twin Stars
What is LMTS Acronym?
Definition LMTS (Limits) limits are designated route markings on long-distance highways. LMTS (Taxiway) is the name of the system of lane markings on short-distance highways where vehicles can travel faster than the posted speed limit.
What is LMTS Definition?
LMTS (Limits) is a long-distance highway marking system that identifies the maximum speed limit for vehicles.
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