Computer shell

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In computing, a shell provides an interface for a user to interact with the computer. These vary from typing commands and receiving output as line-by-line text (a command-line interface) to graphical user interfaces with windows, menus, and pointing-device cursors to touch interfaces and voice-driven interfaces.

Examples

  • Bash, the Bourne-Again SHell[1], sh.
  • COMMAND.COM
  • Program Manager
  • Presentation Manager
  • The Apple Macintosh Finder
  • KDE
  • PowerShell
  • Chrome

References

  1. http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/bashref.html#What-is-Bash_003f
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