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    Graphical User Interface

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    since access to information occurs mainly through digital means and media, the way information is arranged and presented is crucial. Because this need for fast access and easy arrangement arose, software companies started to work on various graphical user interfaces (or GUI for short). Dictionaries define a GUI as a way of arranging information on a computer screen that is easy to understand, through the use of icons, menus and a mouse, not only text. Introducing such software allowed a human-computer

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    Graphical User Interface

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    Graphical user interface (GUI) is likely to be one of the most significant features of technology. According to (Arora et al 2005; Marcus, 1997; Barker & Lamont 1994), GUI is symbols, formats, images, games, labels and menus appear on screens which are used to reduce the system errors, improve its performance to be more appropriate for users, avoid the complex procedures and accomplish their aims of applications accurately. GUI also means how the system can make an environment to let users able

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    various graphical user interface features ----------------------------------- Windows is a software from Microsoft, a American based company Chairman of which is Mr Bill Gates a world known personality. He developed this software in the year 1968 which was a technological breakthrough. windows is used in more than 90% of computer users. Windows made Mr. Bill Gates the worlds richest personality Windows can be customized in appearance and colours Windows can be upgraded according to the user convenience

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    occurs mainly through digital means and media, the way information is arranged and presented on the screen is crucial. Because of this need for fast access and easy arrangement arose, in the early 1980s, companies started to work on various graphical user interfaces (or GUI for short). Most dictionaries define a GUI as ‘a way of arranging information on a computer screen that is easy to understand and use because it uses icons, menus and a mouse rather than only text.’ Introducing such software allowed

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    Intorduction to Computer Systems

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    (OS) is a software program that manages the hardware and software resources of a computer. The operating system is an essential component of the system software in a computer system. The operating system programs make system resources available to user(s), the user’s application programs and to other application programs running on the computer. (From Silberschatz and Gagne et al., 2010) Some operating systems are designed to be convenient, others to be efficient and some combination of the two (From

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    UNIX and Windows

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    suited to, multi-user systems, but is now also run on 'stand-alone' machines. Beginners and casual users often find the jargon-filled help system frustrating and the lack of icons and menus unfriendly. Unix was first developed in the early 1970s at Bell Laboratories in the USA. It was originally developed as a system to be used by the staff in the laboratories, and it was principally intended to provide an operating system that people would enjoy using. It was designed for users who were largely

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    Operating Systems

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    results once again freely distributed. The continuing growth of the Internet and the proliferation of computers that aren't standard desktop or laptop machines means that operating systems will change to keep pace, but the core management and interface functions will continue, even as they evolve.

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    The Development of Operating Systems

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    2010 as: an operating system that simplifies the process of working with documents and programs by organizing the manner in which you interact with a computer. Windows 7 is used to run application software, which consists of programs designed to make users more productive and/or assist them with personal tasks, such as word processing. (Shelly and Vermatt) AS of October 2013 Microsoft has many different ways of using its operating systems anything from a computer to a cell phone and may others in-between

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    to $10,000 it was the computer that combined a graphical user interface with a mouse. It had all of the same ingredients to be just has successful has the Apple II except it was not affordable. Therefore, many people started buying IBM's PCs instead. After learning a valuable lesson Apple released the Macintosh in 1984 with a price tag of $2,495, which had all the attributes has the Lisa but it was affordable and still offered a graphical user interface. The Macintosh Portable was another failure

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    lecture, it is shown that the strategies in organizing information in this "new media" are not new, but have drawn from the techniques seen in more traditional forms of media. Focusing specifically on the organizational methods used in graphical user interfaces and the Web, the same techniques can be traced to modern art and video because, as a whole, culture and human behavior does not change. As Manovich said in his lecture, "While we now rely on computers to create, store, distribute and access

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