Windows client

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Windows client

A Windows desktop or laptop PC. The term is used to contrast a user's machine with a server in the network. See client and server.
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Until now, almost all the really powerful applications have been native applications of one sort or another, whether traditional Windows-based client applications or applications written for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, PlayStation, Xbox, or other specific platforms.
Once Windows XP Professional Host computer has been enabled to allow remote connections, and the client software has been installed on a Windows-based client computer, the user is ready to start a Remote Desktop session.
STAR 3.9 provides a number of enhancements to the program's core technology, its Windows-based client interface, and its browser-based system management interface.
"That system was re-engineered into our current 32-bit Windows-based client server application.
The prime advantage to moving from a Windows-based client server application, which has a proprietary user interface, to a Web-enabled RMIS, which uses a browser, is easier remote access to existing RMIS and claims applications and data.
CMMS vendors with character-based mainframe or DOS packages rushed to develop products featuring Windows-based client software running on desktop PCs that were networked to powerful database servers.
VideoFrame 1.0 is available for USD3,995 for a 200 concurrent stream licence, initially targeted to 32-bit Windows-based client environments.
Decision support software (from MicroStrategy, vienna, Va.), which runs on the Windows-based client PCs, "enables us to request and access data and develop analyses," says Clutts.
The new 3.9 release provides a number of major enhancements to its core technology, Windows-based client interface, and browser-based system management interface.
Staff members use the system through the Windows-based client, while users access the Polaris online catalog through a Web-based interface using ActiveX controls.
At the World-Herald, Harris will install its MetroCASH Classified Ad system including a Sun Sparc20-based database server, related software and MS Windows-based client workstations.
InfoPager Technologies has announced the release of newZPrint, a Windows-based client software package that collects content from leading online news sources and delivers it with the "look and feel" of a traditional newspaper.