Understanding the GUI and CLI . Previously, I apologized to all of you. I was only able to create a new article because I was still taking General Tests. Hehehehehehe … Okay, back to the theme of the article about Understanding the GUI and CLI . Of course my brothers have heard of the GUI and CLI . For those who don’t know it, they must be wondering about the meaning of the GUI and CLI . But, for those of you who already know the meaning of the GUI and CLI, please correct or add to your sister’s knowledge in my article about Understanding my version of the GUI and CLI . Hehehehehe … OK, without further ado, please read my article aboutUnderstanding the GUI and CLI.
The interface on the operating system or computer is divided into 2 types, namely GUI and CLI .
GUI (Graphical User Interface) , is an interface on an operating system or computer that uses a graphical menu to make it easier for users to interact with a computer or operating system.
So, a GUI is an interface on a computer operating system that uses a graphical menu. This graphical menu means that there is a display that is more emphasized to create a user-friendly operating system so that users are more comfortable using a computer. The graphics menu is like there are graphics or images and displays that aim to make it easier for users to use the operating system.
Examples of operating systems that use a GUI are Linux with the Mandriva distro using the KDE Desktop Environment , and also the Windows 7 Ultimate operating system that uses its own GUI.
CLI (Command Line Interface) , is the interface on the operating system or computer that uses the command line menu or text or type from the keyboard to interact with the operating system or computer.
So, a GUI is an interface that uses input from the keyboard to be able to interact with the computer. CLI is intended for operating systems that are used as server computers . Because using CLI is considered more efficient and faster than using a GUI . To interact with computers, must use bafris commands that can be recognized by the computer. So, for people who are still unfamiliar using CLI mode , it is still quite troublesome to use it.
Examples of operating systems that use CLI are Ubuntu Server and Windows Server 2008.
So, it can be concluded that the GUI and CLI are the interface that is used according to the needs of its users. The GUI uses graphics mode, and the CLI uses command line or text mode.
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