Windows

When referred to fibre, indicates the three commonly used attenuation minima. 1st, 2nd and 3rd windows refer to 850nm, 1310nm and 1550nm regions respectively.

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The Romans were usually not inclined to use many windows in their homes and even the rich limited the number of openings. This had several reasons. First, windows let in the cold and weather. Also, crime could be a very big problem in urban areas. Therefore outside windows were usually small and high to avoid burglary. Instead of windows, richer Ro…...

Windows

(from the article `Microsoft Corporation`) ...100 million copies of the program and defeated rival operating systems such as CP/M, which it displaced in the early 1980s, and later OS/2. ... ...that the Mac would not be taken seriously in the business community. Moreover, Microsoft, after an unsuccessful attempt to secure an agreement to...
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Windows

noun (trademark) an operating system with a graphical user interface
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Windows

A computer operating system by Microsoft.
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Windows

A family of operating systems developed by Microsoft, details ...
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Windows

A software technique that allows a rectangular area of a computer screen to display output from a program. With a number of programs running at one time, several windows can appear on the screen at one time. Information can be cut and pasted from one window to another. The best-known version of 'windows' is that developed by Microsoft.
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Windows

A style of presentation associated with IT. Both applications and operating systems can have a Windows interface. These days this is seen as standard. They are graphical in nature and very much associated with the GUI concept. Whilst Microsoft did not create the concept Windows is often a reference to the MS Windows family of operating systems.
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Windows

A widespread operating system from Microsoft, used on approximately 80% of all PCs.
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Windows

In computing, originally Microsoft's graphical user interface (GUI) for IBM personal computers and clones running MS-DOS. Windows has since developed into a family of operating systems that run on a wide variety of computers, from pen-operated palmtop personal digital assistants (PDAs) to large, multiprocessor computers in corporate dat...
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Windows

Microsoft`s PC architecture, based on a graphical user interface (GUI) like the Apple Macintosh.
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Windows

Tradename of Microsoft Corp, and the general name of their range of Graphical User Interface operating systems
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Windows

Windows is a personal computer operating system from Microsoft that, together with some commonly used business applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel, has become a de facto "standard" for individual users in most corporations as well as in most homes.
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Windows

Windows is British slang for spectacles.
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