Graphical User Interface: interface between an operating
system or program and the user; it uses graphics or icons to represent
functions or files and allow the software to be controlled more easily;
system commands do not have to be typed in; GUIs normally use a combination
of windows, icons and a mouse to control the operating system.
(Collin, S.M.H. [ed.], Dictionary of Multimedia, Peter Collin Publishing, Teddington, Middlesex, 1995, p117)
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