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What output devices are used for a GUI and Console?
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Asked in Linux Fedora
Command to change GUI mode in fedora?
Do you mean a change between GUI and console mode, then try the following, Press Ctrl+F1 to switch from GUI mode to console mode. F1 to F6 are console modes and use Ctrl+F7 to switch back to the GUI mode. Or if you mean, about changing the default mode (booting) from GUI to Console then try this, go to /etc/inittab file. change the runlevel id: to 3 for booting in Full-User mode.
What the difference between GUI and console?
The keyboard and screen are often called the console, sometimes it's just the screen. The GUI (Graphical User Interface) is the application programs that allow you to point and click. The idea of a Graphical User Interface is that most of the computer controls are performed by moving a mouse and clicking on icons. To reiterate, the GUI is the application, the console is the hardware.
Asked in C Programming
What do you mean by conio command in C language?
conio.h is a system library that provides console input and output. It was used to create text-based "GUI" applications before the advent of video modes that were actually graphical. It is apparently no longer used in modern compilers, although there is an open source library by the same name designed to implement the functions that conio.h previously provided.
Is Google web creator a GUI?
A GUI, or graphical user interface is only part of a program. It is the part that the user sees, when it's not a console application. For example, your mail program, FireFox or Internet Explorer are both GUI program because you do not use them in a console mode. Windows to has a GUI, and it's what you probably use to get around with your computer. Google Web Creator, now changed for Google Sites is a browser based website hosting and creating service. It is not a GUI, as it is browser based and a website creator, but it has a easy to use WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor to create websites.
What is the difference between a windows application and a console application?
Asked in Computer Programming
How is a GUI used in everyday life?
GUI is used in almost everything, so it's kinda hard to explain it... the task bar on Windows is an example of a GUI, the header of a Internet Browser is a GUI, etc. Every interacting form of a program or game is a GUI, its function is used for user interaction with the program, so it's used for almost anything Hope it helped.
Asked in Windows XP
What is the definition of GUI graphical user interface?
Asked in Software and Applications (non-game)
What does GUI pronounced goo-eye mean?
GUI stands for Graphical User Interface. A graphical user interface (GUI) is a type of user interface which allows people to interact with electronic devices such as computers, hand-held devices (MP3 Players, Portable Media Players, Gaming devices), household appliances and office equipment. A GUI offers graphical icons, and visual indicators as opposed to text-based interfaces, typed command labels or text navigation to fully represent the information and actions available to a user. The actions are usually performed through direct manipulation of the graphical elements.
Asked in Microsoft Windows, Unix
Why GUI not used in UNIX?
A GUI can be used in Unix (in fact, several). Most power users don't use the GUI because it can be too limiting. The power of what you can do in Unix is at the command line, not using a GUI to click on buttons. Of course, this could be said about most operating systems; the GUI is there for user convenience but most administrators use the command line for most of their work.