Sunday, August 28, 2016

Understanding the GUI and CLI


Understanding the GUI and the CLI. Before, I'm kitchen set malang sorry ya to all my brothers. I could create a new article because it still preferred the Public Exams. Hehehehehehe ... Okay, back to the theme of the article is about Understanding the GUI and the CLI. Of course my brothers heard about the GUI and the CLI. For my brothers uninitiated definitely wondered about the sense of GUI and CLI. But, for my brothers who have discovered the sense of GUI and CLI beg to errata or add to science's brother on my article about Understanding the GUI and CLI version me this well. Hehehehehe ... Okeh, without further ADO, please read my article on Understanding the GUI and CLI version I:D



The interface in the operating system or computer is divided into two types, namely GUI and CLI.



GUI (Graphical User Interface) is the interface on a computer operating system or using a graphical menu in order to facilitate the users to interact with the computer or the operating system.


So, the GUI is the interface on a computer operating system that uses the graphical menu. This means that the graphics menu there is a display that is more emphasized to create an operating system that is user-friendly so that its users are more comfortable using a computer. Graphical menu that ya like there graphics – the graphics or images and display its aim to facilitate the users to use the operating system.


Image: KDE in Mandriva


Examples of operating systems use GUI is a Linux distro with Mandriva uses KDE Desktop Environment (see also Understanding Desktop Environment), and also the operating system Windows 7 Ultimate which uses its own GUI.



CLI (Command Line Interface) is the interface on a computer operating system or using the command line or menu text or typing from the keyboard to interact with the operating system or computer.


So, the GUI is the interface that uses input from the keyboard to be able to interact with the computer. The CLI more addressed to the operating system as the server computer. Because using the CLI is considered more efficient and faster than using a GUI. To interact with the computer, should be using the bafris command which can be recognized by the computer. So, for people who are using the CLI mode still lay, still felt quite a hassle to use it.


Examples of operating systems that use the CLI is Ubuntu Server and Windows Server 2008.


So, it can be concluded that the GUI and CLI interface is used according the needs of its users. On the GUI using the graphical mode, and on the CLI using the command line or text mode.

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