Windows

In computing, a window is a graphical control element. It consists of a visual area containing some of the graphical user interface of the program it belongs to and is framed by a window decoration. It usually has a rectangular shape that can overlap with the area of other windows.Windows are primarily associated with graphical displays, where they can be manipulated with a pointer by employing some kind of pointing device. Text-only displays can also support windowing, as a way to maintain multiple independent display areas, such as multiple buffers in Emacs. Text windows are usually controlled by keyboard, though some also respond to the mouse.The window first came into general use as part of the Apple Macintosh.For example, the browser window that you are using to view this web page is a windowWindows allow a user to work with multiple programs or view multiple programs at once.Window is an operating system. it ways to store files run software,play games,watch movies and connect with internet, window – box on a screen , that shows the activity of particular software and documents . windows – it is a series of operating system and GUI which is product of Microsoft.When an application is located or document is opened it is created automatically. The basic elements of windows 7 are address bar, menu bar, navigation pane, and control menu (minimize button, restore button, close button) just like the picture below. THESE ARE THE BASIC WINDOW ELEMENTS.As in buildings of any size, the primary purpose of windows is to let in natural light. … Buildings have windows to allow fresh air into the area and to improve ventilation. Windows are there for natural light. Windows are also there for decorative.Ease of use. Users familiar with earlier versions of Windows will probably also find the more modern ones easy to work with. …Available software. .Backwards compatibility. Support for new hardware. Plug & Play Games. Windows 10 includes online versions of One NoteWord, Excel and PowerPoint from Microsoft Office. The online programs often have their own apps as well, including apps for Android and Apple smartphones and tablets