Macintosh In 1984, Apple introduced a new and revolutionary computer called the Macintosh. This computer impacted many people and made an immense change in peoples’ lives. The Macintosh was a computer for the common person. It revolutionized personal computing by introducing the graphical user interface (GUI), allowing anyone to use a computer. It was a computer for the common person. “Macintosh, the computer for the rest of us.” The Macintosh was a computer that was perfect for everyone. It included many technological innovations. It was smaller in size and lighter in weight, which made it easier for people to carry around with them in a bag. It wasn’t huge like the IBM PC. Also, it was offered at a great price, $2495, which was a decent and reasonable price for many buyers. Some of the advantages that the Macintosh contained were: essential ease of use, windows, point-click, drop-down menus, icons, a mouse, and much more. It also had high-resolution graphics and a voice sound and speech built in. As Steve Jobs unveiled the Macintosh to the world, it was critical to have the computer speak to the audience so it would capture people’s attention and make an unforgettable first impression on the audience. Additionally. It would show the audience how advanced this product was. Macintosh became successful in a very short time. In just seventy-four days, after the introduction of the Macintosh, 50,000 units were sold throughout the world. It was successful for several reasons.…
it wasn’t used to a normal mouse because there wasn’t a right click on it. But the apple computers are much faster and have lots of application on to improve our thriller.
Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows private or multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries. It was created by Pyre Labs, which was bought by Google in 2003. Everyone made their blog so that we could show are understanding of any work, movies, directors, conventions of thriller, the blogs can be visited anyone…
Is Visual Basic? 3
VB.NET (Visual Basics.NET) 3
Triggers and Timer functions. 3
Three types of triggers. 3
User activated 3
State Triggers. 4
Operating systems and Event driven programming. 4
Operating systems that make use of GUI 4
Operating system that makes use of command line prompts 4
Evaluate the suitability of event driven programs for non-graphical applications. 6
Event Driven Programming
Before we go into too…
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The GNOME Desktop is a graphical overlay that can be used in conjunction with the Linux operating system. There are other options to use in its place, such as KDE, but most would agree that the GNOME graphical user interphase is the most prevalent. GNOME is a long running project that began in 1997 and continues to be worked on today.
The GNOME project was started by Miguel de Icaza in 1997 and progressed…
The introduction of the Macintosh computer to Apple's board of directors in January of 1984 forever changed the world of computers. The evolution of the original Macintosh and it's successor the iMac like many other technological achievements was built upon the shoulders of prior discoveries and advancements, some failures, and a dose of intellectual property theft. The company founded by college drop-outs Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs had produced and developed the Apple II computer in 1977. It was…
Click the Format button in the Cells group on the Home tab and then click Column
Click the Format button in the Cells group on the Home tab and then click AutoFit
In this illustration, the user is
moving data from one cell to another.
changing a row height.
changing a column width.
using the AutoFill feature.
To insert a new row in a worksheet, select __________, and then click the Insert button.
(see “Known Issues Related to InDesign Scripting” on page 9).
For more information on InDesign scripting, go to the InDesign developer documentation page, http://www.adobe.com/devnet/indesign/documentation.html, or visit the InDesign scripting User-to-User forum, http://forums.adobe.com/community/indesign/indesign_scripting. For late-breaking InDesign scripting news, see the latest version of this file on the InDesign developer documentation page.
InDesign Scripting Documentation
LINDO (Linear and Integer Discrete Optimizer) is popular LP software. It is easy to use and very user friendly. It offers output for analysis in various report formats, making it easy for decision-maker to understand solutions to complex LP problems.
As a user, we have to know few basic steps to run the LP model. Please follow along.
1. Run LINDO software.
2. Write down the following code into screen.
3. Save the file by clicking on Save button on the toolbar.
4. Select Solve ->…
Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Steven Wozniak and Steven Jobs were the true founders of Apple. In 1976, Steven Wozniak designed what is now known as the Apple I. Jobs convinced Wozniak that he needed to try to sell the machine, and on April 1, 1976, Apple Computer was created. (Stewart, 2009)
One of Apple’s drawbacks was the inability for printers to print exactly what was on the…
Assignment 4: The Human-Computer Interface
Assignment 4: The Human-Computer Interface
Haptic feedback, often referred to as simply "haptics", is the use of the sense of touch in a user interface design to provide information to an end user. When referring to mobile phones and similar devices, this generally means the use of vibrations from the device's vibration alarm to denote that a touchscreen button has been pressed. In this particular example, the phone would vibrate slightly…