CLI (Command Line interface)
The CLI (Command Line interface) is direct access to a computer. It’s where you can request software to perform hardware actions which can’t be done by GUI (Graphical User Interface). CLI (Command Line interface) a program that allows text input to execute operating system.
In 1970s to 1980s CLI was used by Unix-like systems Apple DOS and MS-DOs. Today, Most users do not user the program. However, Command Line interface used by system administrator and developers.
GUI (Graphical User Interface)
The GUI (Graphical User Interface) is a visual components for computer software that interact with system. A GUI display objects that deliver information and represents action that can be acquired the computer user.
The GUI (Graphical User Interface) was developed in the 1970s at Xerox PARC by Alan Key and Douglas Engelbart. Today, We are using technologies like Ethernet, Laser printing which was developed by Xerox PARC.
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