Difference between revisions of "Desktop Application"

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Whether you are running a [[PC]] or [[Mac]], it is possible to extend your desktop onto a number of other monitors, screens or other display surfaces/devices.
 
Whether you are running a [[PC]] or [[Mac]], it is possible to extend your desktop onto a number of other monitors, screens or other display surfaces/devices.
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* 10ZiG Dual Monitor Utility: http://www.10zig.eu/monitorutility.php
 
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Revision as of 21:55, 14 December 2010

A Desktop Application is a thick-client program which is coded in a specific programming language and compiled into an executable file which can be easily run by an end-user to achieve a given result (for example: manipulating data, playing a video game, creating a chart or report, etc...) via a User Interface.


Extended Desktop

Whether you are running a PC or Mac, it is possible to extend your desktop onto a number of other monitors, screens or other display surfaces/devices.


External Links


See Also

Web Application | OS