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Etymology: [ win-(")dO ] (noun.) 13th century. From Old Norse vindauga, combined from of vindr (“a wind”) (Danish, Norwegian and Swedish vind, cognate to English wind) and auga (“eye”), literally “wind-eye”. The “windows” in these times were just unglazed holes (eyes) in the wall or roof that permitted wind to pass through.
1 pencere
2 cam  isim
3 vitrin
4 Pencere, ekran  Tekstil
5 window frame pencere çerçevesi
6 gösteriş
7 pencereden
8 radarı şaşırtmak için uçaktan saçılan mermi
9 pencere menüsü  Bilgisayar
10 camekân
11 window dressing vitrin dekorasyonu
12 pencere,v.pencerele:n.pencere
13 HAİL LEVHA:Bir radar karşı tedbiri olarak, frekans mesafesi şeritler halinde, genellikle uçaklardan bırakılan veya mermi ya da roketlerden fırlatılan ince madeni levha, tel veya çubuklar. Ayrıca bakınız: "chaff"  Askeri
14 pencerele  fiil
15 window sash pencerenin açılır ka
16 window blind güneşlik
17 window box pencerenin dış tarafına konulup içine çiçek ekilen sandık
18 göz boyama
19windows wındows
20windows windows
21windows pencereler
22windowed (sıfat) pencereli
23windowed pencereli  sıfat
24windowless Penceresiz
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25 An opening, usually covered by glass, in a shop which allows people to view the shop and its products from outside
26 An opening, usually covered by one or more panes of clear glass, to allow light and air from outside to enter a building or vehicle - "So you punched out a window for ventilation. Was that before or after you noticed you were standing in a lake of gasoline?"
27 A rectangular area on a computer terminal or screen containing some kind of user interface, displaying the output of and allowing input for one of a number of simultaneously running computer processes
28 A period of time when something is available - "launch window; window of opportunity"
29 A portion of a file shown on a screen, usually appearing as a menu on top of the current page of data
30 A region on a graphical desktop, the user interface for I/O with a child process of the desktop
31 The shutter, casement, sash with its fittings, or other framework, which closes a window opening
32 When a program is started, like Microsoft WordÒ or NetscapeÒ , the program opens a window This a framed box that appears on your screen that you can type in, resize, move, open and close You can have more than one window open at a time on your screen and they will overlap each other
33 An opening in the wall of a building for the admission of light and air, usually closed by casements or sashes containing some transparent material, as glass, and capable of being opened and shut at pleasure
34 (n ) See dialog box, palette window, plain window, primary window, secondary window, utility window
35 A rectangular area of the screen where information is displayed Windows may be a particular application, such as a document in a word processor, or a file list
36 A framed area on the desktop that contains an application, document, icon or task
37 A figure formed of lines crossing each other
38 An area of the screen for displaying part of the GUI of an application
39 An enclosed, rectangular area on a display screen Most modern operating systems and applications have graphical user interfaces (GUIs) that let you divide your display into several windows Within each window, you can run a different program or display different data
40 make or supply with windows  fiil
41 the time period that is considered best for starting or finishing something; "the expanded window will give us time to catch the thieves"; "they had a window of less than an hour when an attack would have succeeded
42 To place at or in a window
43 a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air a transparent opening in a vehicle that allow vision out of the sides or back; usually is capable of being opened a transparent panel (as of an envelope) inserted in an otherwise opaque material (computer science) a rectangular part of a computer screen that contains a display different from the rest of the screen an opening in the wall of a building (usually to admit light and air); "he stuck his head in the window"
44 an opening that resembles a window in appearance or function; "he could see them through a window in the trees"
45 To furnish with windows
46 a transparent opening in a vehicle that allow vision out of the sides or back; usually is capable of being opened
47 a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
48 a transparent panel (as of an envelope) inserted in an otherwise opaque material
49 a pane in a window; "the ball shattered the window"
50 (computer science) a rectangular part of a computer screen that contains a display different from the rest of the screen
51 an opening in the wall of a building (usually to admit light and air); "he stuck his head in the window"
52 If you say that there is a window of opportunity for something, you mean that there is an opportunity to do something but that this opportunity will only last for a short time and so it needs to be taken advantage of quickly. The king said there was now a window of opportunity for peace. Opening in the wall of a building for light and air, and sometimes for framing a view. Since early times, the openings have been filled with stone, wooden, or iron grilles, with panes of glass or other translucent material such as mica or, in East Asia, paper. A window in a vertically sliding frame is called a sash window: a single-hung sash has only one half that moves; in a double-hung sash, both parts slide. A casement window swings open on hinges attached to the upright side of the frame. Awning windows swing outward on hinges attached to the top of the frame; hopper windows swing inward on hinges attached to the bottom of the frame. Large, fixed (nonoperating) areas of glass are commonly called picture windows. A bay window (see oriel) is an exterior projection of a bay of a building that also forms an interior recess, providing better light and view than would a window flush with the building line. See also Diocletian window; rose window; shji
53 If you say that something such as a plan or a particular way of thinking or behaving has gone out of the window or has flown out of the window, you mean that it has disappeared completely. By now all logic had gone out of the window
54 If you have a window in your diary for something, or if you can make a window for it, you are free at a particular time and can do it then. Tell her I've got a window in my diary later on this week. see also French window, picture window, rose window
55 On a computer screen, a window is one of the work areas that the screen can be divided into
56 Every program runs within its own window or separate area on your desktop You can expand a window so it takes up the whole screen, hiding any other programs in the background (called maximizing) You can reduce a window so that it becomes nothing but a button in the Taskbar (called minimizing) Or you can adjust the size of windows so you can see multiple programs running within their own windows at the same time (simply called sizing, or resizing)
57 A window is a large piece of glass along the front of a shop, behind which some of the goods that the shop sells are displayed. I stood for a few moments in front of the nearest shop window
58 opening that is in the wall or roof of a structure and is usually covered with glass letting in light and/or air; windowpane; opening; rectangular frame that appears on-screen and houses data or an application (Computers)  isim
59 A window is a space in the wall of a building or in the side of a vehicle, which has glass in it so that light can come in and you can see out. He stood at the window, moodily staring out The room felt very hot and she wondered why someone did not open a window my car window
60 A window is a glass-covered opening above a counter, for example in a bank, post office, railway station, or museum, which the person serving you sits behind. The woman at the ticket window told me that the admission fee was $17.50
61 Emacs divides a frame (q v ) into one or more windows, each of which can display the contents of one buffer (q v ) at any time See section B The Organization of the Screen, for basic information on how Emacs uses the screen See section O Multiple Windows, for commands to control the use of windows Some other editors use the term "window" for what we call a `frame' (q v ) in Emacs
62 The window is the largest amount of data that the receiving end can accept at a given point in time
63 An area on the screen which displays information These can be moved or modified in shape All programs on the Mac and in Windows use windows to work
64 The FFT analyzer does not operate in a continuous manner, but is instead a batch processing device, taking samples of the time domain signal and transforming them into a frequency domain spectrum The time interval during which the signal is sampled and recorded is called the window In order to compensate for certain limitations of the FFT process, the time data in the window are often multiplied by a weighting curve, such as a Hanning or Flattop weighting These weighting curves are also called the Hanning window and the Flattop window respectively See also Weighting
65 The graphical display of the contents in a folder or file, consisting of the window's name at the top with buttons for size management, window information along upper edge, and two scroll bars along the right side and bottom back to the TOP
66 Window describes the viewing area for an application Some applications support the use of several concurrently opened windows, though only one will have the 'focus' - this means it is the current live window with which the user is interacting
67 A rectangular area of the screen in which a program displays something If you use a GUI, you can have several windows onscreen at a time, each displaying a different program
68 Method used by GUI systems such as the Macintosh and Microsoft Windows to use a set area of screen space to represent a computing function graphically Windows are "opened" by running an application, asking for some specific information such as a disk di rectory or as support for a program that is already running A window is distinguished by the ability to move it to the background so it does not appear prominent, scroll bars along the bottom and right edges that allow different sections of information to be viewed, the ability to move to another part of the screen and the ability to "close" the window so that it is no longer running or still running and taking up a minimum amount of screen space
69 An area on the screen that displays information, including user documents as well as communications such as alert boxes and dialog boxes The user can open or close a window; move it around on the desktop; and sometimes change its size, scroll through it, and edit its contents
70 Block of masking material on a mechanical that shows position of a photograph or other visual element that will be stripped in during negative assembly Also, an area cut out of masking material Also, a clear area in a negative wire-o binding Trade name for a method of mechanical binding using loops of wire work and tumble Similar process as work and turn except after the first side is printed the sheet is turned head over heels, creating a new gripper edge and is printed on the second side work and turn Sheet-fed printing procedure where the front and back images share a single plate The sheet is printed on one side and then turned right over left and printed again with the same image The gripper edge remains the same
71 Emacs divides a frame (q v ) into one or more windows, each of which can display the contents of one buffer (q v ) at any time See Screen, for basic information on how Emacs uses the screen See Windows, for commands to control the use of windows
72 A rectangular portion of the screen which contains a particular document or program display In current graphical-based computer systems, several windows can be available simultaneously The user is free to move, resize, hide, or show any window See also: window (Webopedia)
73 A rectangular area on the screen, showing a section of a program or document You can open, close, and move windows, and change the size of most windows
74 Emacs divides the screen into one or more windows, each of which can display the contents of one buffer (q v ) at any time See section The Organization of the Screen, for basic information on how Emacs uses the screen See section Multiple Windows, for commands to control the use of windows
75 Emacs divides a frame (q v ) into one or more windows, each of which can display the contents of one buffer (q v ) at any time See section The Organization of the Screen, for basic information on how Emacs uses the screen See section Multiple Windows, for commands to control the use of windows
76 Emacs divides the screen into one or more windows, each of which can display the contents of one buffer (q v ) at any time See section The Emacs Screen, for basic information on how Emacs uses the screen See section Multiple Windows, for commands to control the use of windows Note that if you are running Emacs under X, terminology can be confusing: Each Emacs screen occupies a separate X window and can, in turn, be divided into different subwindows
77windowed Fitted with windows (often of a particular kind) - "a bow-windowed room"
78windowed Occupying only a part of the screen (in a window.) - "This game can be played both in windowed mode and in full-screen mode."
79windowless having no windows, especially no external windows
80A window windore
81Windows a type of operating system for computers, produced by the Microsoft Corporation, which allows users to run several programs at the same time in separate areas of the computer screen. Windows systems include Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 98and Windows XP. Family of software products developed by Microsoft Corp. , mainly for personal computers and workstations, that began as a graphical user interface and developed into an operating system. Version 1.0 (1985) provided a graphical user interface, multitasking, and virtual memory management; it ran on top of MS-DOS and was supported on Intel-based personal computers. Version 3.1 (1992) sold over 3 million copies in its first two months and helped establish Microsoft's dominance of the operating-system market for microcomputers. Windows 95 and Windows 98 (named for the years of their release) continued its success. Windows NT (1993), which can run on RISC-based computers as well as traditional Intel-based systems, is a high-end version of Windows intended for more powerful personal computers, workstations, and servers. Windows CE (1996) is an embedded operating system for palm PCs and other handheld devices. Microsoft continues to release new versions of its operating system: Windows 2000 for corporate-oriented computers, Windows Me (2000) for consumer-oriented computers, and in 2001 a version for both environments, Windows XP. Today Windows runs on more than 90% of all personal computers
82Windows microsoft
83Windows (Computers) operating system that is based on a graphical user interface and supports multitasking (developed by Microsoft)  isim
84Windows Microsoft Windows, an operating system with a graphical user interface that dominates the personal computer market
85windowed Having windows or openings
86windowed with windows, having windows  sıfat
87windowless without any windows
88windowless Destitute of a window
89windowless having no windows, lacking windows  sıfat
90windows the most common operating system for personal computers, Microsoft Windows, which has a graphical user interface (GUI) that was conceived or at least inspired based on the Macintosh operating system The Mac OS was mouse-operable from the earliest edition
91windows A powerful metaphor for how a user interacts with the computer Methaphorically, a way of "looking into" computer files, directory structures, and applications The first "windows" based operating system made widely available was the Macintosh operating system Microsoft later developed its windows-based interface, now called "Microsoft Windows "
92windows A collection of operating systems created by Microsoft Corporation Windows operating systems fall into two categories: those based upon Microsoft's original operating system, "MS-DOS" (including Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows ME), and those based upon their newer system, Windows NT (including Windows 2000 and Windows XP) The two sets of operating system look the same to the user but are very different behind the scenes
93windows An operating system introduced by Microsoft Corporation in 1983 Windows is a multitasking graphical user interface environment that runs on both MS-DOS-based computers (Windows and Windows for Workgroups) and as a self-contained operating system (Windows 95, Windows NT) Windows provides a standard interface based on drop-down menus, windowed regions on the screen, and a pointing device such as a mouse
94windows Windows is software that typically runs on IBM compatible microcomputers, before the Windows 95 system, it ran "on top of" DOS Since many Internet applications incorporate or use a graphical presentation, people tend to be happier running Internet applications under Windows, rather than just DOS
95windows Operating Environment written by Microsoft It is a Graphical User Interface that runs on top of MS-DOS
96windows plural of window
97windows An operating system for IBM's that offers a graphical user interface
98windows Generic name for the various operating systems in the Microsoft Windows family Windows allows PC users to employ a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for ease of use
99windows When spelled with a capital W, Windows is short for Microsoft Windows, which is a family of operating systems for personal computers Windows dominates the personal computer world, running, by some estimates, on 90% of all personal computers The remaining 10% are mostly Macintosh computers
100windows A popular operating system for the IBM PC which was developed by Bill Gates This operating system paved the way for our modern user interface in which text based commands are kept to a minimum This makes the computing experience more enjoyable for all users
101windows The Operating System made by Microsoft for Personal Computers
102windows The operating system for Personal Computers and Networked Computers Constantly 'upgraded' Commonly used version are Windows 95,Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows XP (Home and Professional)
103windows A family of operating systems created by Microsoft, that run on Intel based IBM compatible machines
104windows Windows is the operating system from Microsoft The Windows source code is proprietary that is, only Microsoft programmers can see it and work on it This makes Windows stable and permanent, but it requires a commitment to Microsoft and the way technology is defined by them
105windows A family of personal computer operating systems developed by Microsoft Corporation Windows 95 is currently the world's most prevalent system An older version was known as Windows 3 1 Windows NT is a more robust system intended for more demanding users See also: Microsoft Windows, Windows 95, Windows NT (Webopedia)
106windows An operating system for desktop computers, workstations, and network servers Windows provides a standard interface based on drop-down menus, windowed regions on the screen, and a pointing device such as a mouse
107windows Microsoft's popular 16-bit GUI that runs on top of DOS Windows 95, previously known as Windows 4 0 and code-named Chicago, is a 32-bit OS that integrates DOS and Windows Windows for Workgroups is Microsoft's peer-to-peer network that uses a Windows interface and NetBIOS communications
108windows Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, and XP are all operating systems produced by Microsoft Corporation for non-Macintosh personal computers Windows provides a graphical user interface (GUI), virtual memory management, and multitasking
109windows Microsoft's GUI (Graphical User Interface) that surrounds the DOS operating system Like other GUI interfaces, such as IBM's OS/2, Unix's XWindows, and the Macintosh' System Seven, Windows allows mouse-selectable icons and menus and data-sharing between applications
110windows Trademark of Microsoft Corporation, a PC operating environment used with Microsoft's MS-DOS operating system A graphical user interface designed to facilitate multitasking; Windows is similar to Macintosh GUI but uses different application software
111windows Originally introduced to provide a windowing system to MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows now exists in many incarnations, most of which have now replaced the MS-DOS subsystem entirely
112windows Microsoft Corp 's operating system, i e , Windows 97, Windows 2000, Windows NT
113windows A generic reference to all Microsoft Windows operating system products
114windows The Microsoft Windows Operating system, which runs on DOS-based PCs
115windows A family of operating systems for personal computers, Windows dominates the personal computer world, running, by some estimates, on 90% of all personal computers Like the Macintosh operating environment, Windows provides a graphical user interface (GUI), virtual memory management, multitasking, and support for many peripheral devices In addition to Windows 3 x and Windows 95, which run on Intel -based machines, Microsoft also sells Windows NT, a more advanced operating system that runs on a variety of hardware platforms
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