• Windows @ 30: Microsoft gets its GUI with Windows 3.1 – Windows @ 30: How it all began

    On May 22, 1990, Microsoft announced Windows 3.0, followed shortly by Windows 3.1 in 1992. Taken together, they sold 10 million copies in their first two years.

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  • When to use a command-line command – Top Windows command-line commands

    For desktop administrators,a graphical user interface provides helpful display features such as windows, pull-down menus and scroll bars.

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  • GUI testing (graphical user interface testing)

    GUI testing is the process of ensuring proper functionality of the graphical user interface (GUI) for a given application and making sure it conforms to its written specifications. In addition to functionality, GUI testing evaluates design elements such as layout, colors, fonts, font sizes, labels,...

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  • Automate security with GUI shell and command line scripts

    JP Vossen explains how Windows command line scripts and the GUI shell can be used to improve security.

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  • Package managers ease installation of Linux programs

    Tools such as Synaptic Package Manager provide a GUI for installing and maintaining the many Linux programs suitable for enterprise use.

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  • Use command-prompt properties to increase screen buffer

    As good as GUI interfaces are, many professional people in Computer Support and Information Technology would rather live on the command line. Many utilities, though, use all sorts of esoteric switches that can be hard to remember.

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  • A GUI enhances the esxtop utility – Five popular VMware Flings to make your job easier

    Administrators who want to see metrics on resources for hosts or vCenter Server can use the esxtop utility to output a CSV file to pull into Excel for diagnostic purposes.

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  • File-copying utility Robocopy gets new GUI front end

    Administrators who want to learn how to better manage files should check out the RoboCopy command-line tool and its new GUI front end.

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  • PowerShell v3 has some great GUI

    PowerShell v3, available in the forthcoming Windows Server 8, packs some serious GUI behind a barebones command-line interface.

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  • Keep the graphical input prompt or avoid a GUI display: How to decide

    If you don't need a GUI display, PowerShell can be hosted in several hosting applications so you can use cmdlets instead of a graphical input prompt.

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