Windows terminal

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Windows terminal

A Windows client machine that functions as an input/output terminal. It can be a full-blown PC with terminal software or a dedicated "thin client" terminal running an embedded version of Windows. For details about terminal-based centralized computing, see thin client. See Remote Desktop Services.
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Powered by Microsoft Windows CE, the new additions to the Windows-based terminal software suite connect to Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.
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