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5. Why is Windows so popular?
A GUI, the Graphic User Interface, makes use of a Wimp environment: Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointer. This type of interface is user-friendly, where system functions are accessed by selecting self-explanatory icons (pictures representing programmes or documents) and items from menus. A drop-down menu, or pull-down menu, is a list of options that appear below a menu bar when you click on an item.
The pointer is the arrow, controlled by the mouse, which lets you choose options from Label these word processing icons with the correct function. menus.
The background screen that displays icons, representing programmes, files and folders (directories) is called the desktop. Double-clicking a folder icon opens a window which shows the programmes, documents and other folders contained within the folder.
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