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  • 1. Application- anotherword for a programrunning on the computer.User interface- the waythe user tells thesoftware what to doand how the computer
  • 2. GRAPHICALUSER INTERFACEUses pictures tomake it easierfor the user. It
  • 3. The main components ofWindows when you startyour computer are theDesktop, My Computer,Recycle Bin, Start Button,Taskbar, and Shortcutsto applications. Afteropening an application,
  • 4. The Desktop is thevery first screenyou see afterWindows starts.There you find thefolders: MyDocuments, My
  • 5. My ComputerWhen you double-clickon theMy Computer icon onthe desktop, it willopen a window similarto the one shown
  • 6. When you delete afile from yourcomputers harddrive, it is removedto the folder calledRecycle Bin. Filesdeleted from your
  • 7. The Taskbar is the rowat the bottom of theWindows screen whereall currently openapplications or filesare listed. The taskbaris used to select a fileor application that is
  • 8. The termmultitasking meansto be running orworking in two ormore applicationsat the same time.
  • 9. In the top-right corner ofyour document are theMinimize/Maximize/Closebuttons. The first one whenclicked minimize your screen,sending it to the taskbar. Thesecond one maximize yourscreen, filling all desktopwith the document you areworking with.The last button
  • 10. A shortcut creates abutton or icon whichtypically stays onthe desktop andwhen clicked, quicklyallows you to starta program or open a
  • 11. By clicking the Startbutton, in the verybottom-left corner ofthe screen, a verticalwindow will come upwith the Start Menu.The list of submenus in