relationship between GUI,operating system and application software?

relationship between GUI,operating system and application software?

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babar Said..

os use to run computer gui provides pactorial representation for doing jobs while application s/w is utility s/w use to run user required s/w.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................




zain Said..

The Operating System provides a consistent interface between the hardware and the applications programs. The GUI provides a consistent visual interface for some applications programs on top of the kernel and other parts of the Operating System. Microsoft claims it's part of the OS some people agree some people don't.




imtiaz ahmad pathan Said..

Operating systems have many roles, but one it to allow you to run applications on it. A GUI is a Graphical User Interface. People who use Windows or an Apple Mac are familiar. You can see menus, windows, icons etc. You can click on them to get things to happen. The version of an application you use must be compatible with the operating system you are using. So for example, a Mac version of Excel, with not work on a Windows computer, even though the fundamentals of the application are the same. The operating system will determine how it looks to a certain extent. To create an application to work on a GUI, you need to design the look and layout to be compatible with the operating system in use. This makes it easier for users to use. As any software designed for a GUI look similar, it is easier to learn different applications, as the same commands will work for things like opening and saving files and a huge range of other things. Where possible, the same options are on the same menus or ribbons and the same shortcut keys work in different applications.






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