What is GUI?

GUI

GUI stands for graphical user interface, which refers to the graphics in electronic devices with which users interact.

This interaction is done by using icons, menus, windows and other visual indicators, instead of text inserted through a command line.

Essentially, graphical user interface allows users to open a window, document, program and others by clicking on an icon in the homepage for instance, instead of having to write that comman down using words.

Why did GUI’s become popular? Find out on the next page.

Name of Technology:

Graphical User Interface

Year Introduced:

1960's

Invented by :

Douglas Engelbart

Open Source or Proprietary:

Proprietary

Main technology category:

User Interface

Patent:

Yes

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