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1.------You can easily and quickly deploy applications via a GUI interface and push via a browser. Historically, many solutions required the application to be installed locally on the computer. But today, with the client being GUI, applications can be accessed and utilized via a Web browser, thus making remote access more efficient. Describe the implications of this capability for the human-machine interface.
2.-------Windows GUI typically excels over command line interface (CLI) owing to its ease of use and short learning curve. In your role as a user advocate, identify and describe one way in which CLI excels compared to GUI, and explain whether or not those features are available in a GUI.
3.------Critique the following statement by a student: “I don’t think that having a graphic that represents an interface so the user can manipulate the computer is ever going to change. Even using voice recognition software, you have to interact with the PC graphically to make sure you are working properly. I think what will change is the GUI interface.”
4.---------Historically, many IT solutions required the application be installed locally on a computer. But today, with the client being GUI, applications can be accessed via a Web browser, thus making remote access more efficient. What are the implications to the development of GUIs?
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