Graphical-user-interface



noun
1.
a software interface designed to standardize and simplify the use of computer programs, as by using a mouse to manipulate text and images on a display screen featuring icons, windows, and menus.
noun
1.
an interface between a user and a computer system that involves the use of a mouse-controlled screen cursor to select options from menus, make choices with buttons, start programs by clicking icons, etc GUI
graphical user interface
(grāf’ĭ-kəl)
See GUI.

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