Graphic Subsystems Operating Systems Software

This category holds links on Graphical User Interfaces (GUI, pronounced "Gooey"), and software and toolkits that support implementing and deploying graphics on computers, usually but not always via operating systems. GUI is a general name for any computer interface that substitutes graphics for hardware character generators. GUIs usually work via a keyboard and a pointing device such as a joystick, mouse, touchpad, trackball, and/or others.

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  • The Y Window System - Project writing successor of X Window System. The graphic subsystems Y operating systems design has the following features: Network Transparency, graphic subsystems Modularity (plug-in operating systems style: dynamically unloadable and reloadable), In-server graphic subsystems implementation of widgets, operating systems Consistency and Themeability, Support for

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