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user-friendly in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuser-friendlyˌuser-ˈfriendly ●○○ adjective  TDEASYeasy to use, understand, or operate a user-friendly guide to computingsee thesaurus at easyuser-friendliness noun [uncountable]
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user-friendlyWIMPs: windows, icons, menus and pointers - are different ways of making programs more user-friendly.We are trying to develop software that is more user-friendly.It's a very practical unit, very user-friendly.The system would be designed to be particularly user-friendly, emphasising the enhancement of worker skills rather than de-skilling.The booklet is intended to be a user-friendly guide to pension schemes.All facilities in Pizazz Plus are accessed via sets of user-friendly menus which make it easy to achieve your objective.X and Unix, but blends the two environments into a single user-friendly operating system.The clean lakes with user-friendly parks around them.The second aspect os the development of user-friendly software to implement the methods.user-friendly softwareThe 777 is quieter, has user-friendly storage bins and a sophisticated entertainment system with multiple choices.