Unlike a command line operating system or CUI like UNIX or MS-DOS, GUI operating systems are much easier to learn and use because commands do not need memorized. Additionally, users do not need to know any programming languages. Because of their ease of use, GUI operating systems have become the dominant operating system today's end-users.
A GUI uses windows, icons, and menus to carry out commands, such as opening, deleting, and moving files. Although many GUI operating systems are with a mouse, the keyboard can also be utilized by using keyboard shortcuts or arrow keys.
A UNIX ® Based X WINDOWS SYSTEM DESKTOP (CIRCA 1990)
GUIs built on the X Window System
Popular Android devices include Smartphone, tablets and e-readers. The Android OS is also built into a limited number of other devices, such as notebooks, portable music players, the Bin atone iHome Phone and Android handheld game consoles.
Within a short period, the Android platform became so popular that it surpassed Windows Mobile and Symbian for a number of applications. Various mobile device manufacturers embraced the Android platform due to its overwhelming popularity. The reasons behind this success are as follows:
Abdul Karim first introduced linear Browsing in NotJustBrowsing® 1 in 2005. Environments where desktop items (small graphical images/icons) are scroll into visible area of the screen horizontally or vertically. Majority of desktop environments of today moved towards scrollable desktop.
Zero Point means that a place from where you can reach every other place. At the end of installation process of NotJustBrowsing a structure is built to represent Zero Point for user's computer. This structure will allow a user to access most of the operating system's functionality from within this structure. At the same time it will provide a structured way to store/access the information that builds up with time in every computer.
Information, may it be local (on user's computer) or on world wide web, can be referenced in one unique way using NotJustBrowsing.
A user will now be able to access all places and facilities present on their computer at one time by using either "linear" or "multiple" or both views.
Picture below is the Zero Point location. From this location you should be able to access all functionality provided within your computer.