GUI

Graphical User Interface, the on-screen representation of the operating system software, designed to make the user's life easy (e.g. Windows).

GUI

Graphical User Interface

GUI

acronym: graphical user interface
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GUI

The graphical user interface of a World Wide Web page.
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GUI

Graphical user interface. Software designed to allow the user to execute commands by pointing and clicking on icons or text. It's pronounced 'Gooey'.
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GUI

Graphical User Interface, details ...
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GUI

Graphical User Interface. A computer type display giving system status information it may also include touchscreen control.
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GUI

See Graphical User Interface.
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GUI

Graphical User Interface. Enables computer users to select applications and functions by selecting on-screen picture buttons (icons) using a mouse or similar pointing device, e.g. MS-Windows for MS-DOS, Presentation Manager for OS/2.
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GUI

(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) The standard abbreviation for Graphic User Interface; this is an interface which uses graphics rather than characters to communicate.
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GUI

Graphical User Interface - at one time, virtually all interaction between humans and computers was done on the basis of the human typing words or codes into some form of keyboard, and the displays were only able to show text characters, not graphical images - as computing power became more accessible, it became possible to provide a form of interac...
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GUI

Graphical User Interface. An iconbased interface that controls a 3D software package. Although the GUI varies from program to program, there are certain basic conventions governing the layout of the main professional 3D applications. Hard-Body Dynamics Also known as rigid-body dynamics, hard-body dynamics simulate the physical behaviour of rigid ob...
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GUI

(Graphical User Interface) The GUI is the visual display of windows, icons and menu items with which the user interacts with his camera / camcorder.
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GUI

Similar to OSD. Any adjustment to to your home cinema set up can be done via a connected TV / Projector. The difference to OSD is that the user guidance is completely self-explaining and thus allows the perfect home cinema fine-tuning even for beginners.
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GUI

Graphical User Interface. A visually-orientated system that allows you to do things on your computer visually through the mouse. It is based upon the WIMP system.
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GUI

Graphic User Interface. A picture-like control panel or screen (as opposed to a text-based screen), that makes a computer or presentation system easy to use. Amiga, Macintosh, and Windows environments are examples of GUIs.
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GUI

Graphical user interface.
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GUI

Graphical User Interface. A type of user interface, which utilizes graphics, colour and windows. The less attractive alternative is a character based user interface (aka command line).
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GUI

Pronounced 'Gooey', stands for graphic user interface. Refers to the computer interface with software in a user friendly appearance.
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(from the article `Chinese jade`) ...(ornaments, often carved in the shape of a cicada, to be placed in the mouth of the dead), and the zhang and gui (flat, bladelike tablets that ...
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type of Chinese vessel produced during the Shang (18th–12th century ) and Zhou (c. 1111–255 ) dynasties. There were many varieties of the gui, which ... [1 related articles]
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GUI

(Graphical User Interface) A interface system, e.g
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GUI

Pronounced 'Gooey', stands for graphic user interface. Refers to the computer interface with software in a user friendly appearance
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GUI

A GUI (usually pronounced GOO-ee) is a Graphical User Interface to a computer. As you read this, you are looking at the GUI or graphical user interface of your particular Web browser. The term came into existence because the first interactive user interfaces to computers were not graphical; they were text-and-keyboard oriented and usually consisted...
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GUI

GUI, graphical user interface, is a system which allows you access programs by pointing and clicking on icons, buttons, and windows rather than typing in a string of commands. It is pronounced 'gooey.'
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